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City Wide Yard Sale set for April 14

GONZALES — The second annual City Wide Yard Sale is going to be held on Saturday, April 14, Gonzales Main Street Administrator Barbara Friedrich disclosed. The yard sale is open to … more

Gonzales ISD superintendent clarifies report

In the March 22 issue of the Gonzales Inquirer, it was reported in the story titled Apache Band needs mightier uniforms that the current uniforms were 17 years old. Gonzales ISD Superintendent Dr. … more

Beer and Wine festival plans moving along

Plans for the inaugural Come and Taste It Craft Beer, Wine and Art Festival continue to proceed as event organizers continue to procure more vendors, sponsors and participants. In addition to finding … more

Apache Band needs ‘mightier’ uniforms

GONZALES — They are there to support the football team, support the community, contribute in various parades and even perform in front of an audience of all ages. Now, the Mighty Apache Band is in … more

Richter proudly takes up the music mantle

When it comes to the love of playing and writing country music, Dennis Jay Richter Jr. (DJ), is a case of where the apple doesn’t fall very far from the tree. Over the past 10 to 15 years, the … more

Boomer’s Catfish Tournament scheduled for April 4-7

It’s hard to believe, but once again it is time for the Boomer’s Sports Bar Catfish Tournament. The 14th annual Catfish Tournament is scheduled to begin at daybreak on April 4, with weigh-in … more

San Antonio Distillery is now open for business

GONZALES — Bruce Harborth had a dream that one day he would continue in his ancestor’s footsteps and somehow launch his own rum distillery. He teamed up with a kindred spirit—his relative … more

GPD investigating ‘tire slashing’ cases

Authorities are investigating reported criminal mischief cases where tires were cut at the 800 block of St. Louis Street and the 200 block of St. Matthew Street on March 14. Gonzales Police … more

Thunderstorm produces hail and high winds, some damager

A sudden thunderstorm with strong winds and large hail blew through Gonzales on late Sunday afternoon. The storm lasted about 15 minutes but produced some large golf-ball size hail all around the … more

Dangerous fire weather conditions today

A Red Flag Warning is now in effect for counties along and west of Interstate 35 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.Area of Concern:The greatest area of concern for the lowest humidity values coupled with the … more

Service held for Deputy Josh Leopold

A special memorial service was held Sunday afternoon for Gonzales County Sheriff Deputy Joshua Leopold, who lost his life on March 1 in Caldwell County. Over 400 mourners attended the service at … more

Jackie Mikesh named Community Service Award winner

Jackie Mikesh always had a calling to make an impact with kids and young adults. From scouting to teaching to turning the Gonzales Center at Victoria College into a successful community asset, … more

City, animal shelter agrees to ‘move forward’

NIXON — In what’s been a two-year long discussion, Nixon city council and Passion for Paws animal shelter seemingly agreed to spark conversations again in an effort to move the shelter to a … more

‘Don’t give up, keep the faith’

Gonzales High Alum Bishop George Sampleton was honored at the Capitol last year for his dedication to the civil rights movement. Growing up through those tough times, Sampleton penned a book, in … more

Gravel bike race success in Leesville, Bebe

Approximately 168 bicyclists registered for the second annual Come and Grind It bike race on Saturday, March 10 with the stated goal of conquering the gravel rounds that surround the communities of … more

Gonzales Main Street nominated for national recognition

For the 18th consecutive year, the Gonzales Main Street program has been nominated for national accreditation by the National Main Street Center/Main Street America association. The Texas … more

Preservation Gonzales receives $21,600 to begin Jail Museum restoration

The old three-story Gonzales County jail on St. Lawrence by all appearances looks as strong as any newly-constructed clay and mortar building, but to those who know every brick and bar, the jail … more

Victoria College to start plumbing, carpentry courses

Victoria College is adding a couple of new offerings to its curriculum this fall, and one more to next spring’s calendar. New this fall will be a course on plumbing and another one on … more

David B. Walshak Lifetime Achievement Award: Vicki Frenzel

The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture Banquet has come and gone but the residents of Gonzales cannot stop talking about this year’s David B. Walshak Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. … more

Council enters agreement with softball team

GONZALES — There was a lot of unanimous agreement throughout the night as the Gonzales City Council went nearly two hours long in a regularly scheduled city council meeting discussing over 20 … more
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