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Edwards Association seeks sponsors for MLK Celebration

The 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Celebration is scheduled for Monday, January 15. The theme of this year's celebration is Sharing the Dream – moving forward as a nation in unity, without regards … more

City raises franchise fees for $104k increased revenue

The City of Gonzales has conducted an evaluation of the existing franchise agreements and then compared the rates that other municipalities are charging. After speaking with Texas Disposal … more

Lawing appointed to GEDC Board

Gonzales Economic Development Corporation board members Dewey Smith, Steve Sucher and Crissy O'Neal have been reappointed to the GEDC board for two-year terms that began on Oct. 1. At the time of … more

School district discusses financial reports

The Nixon-Smiley CISD school board met on Nov. 13 and discussed agenda items including financial reports, nominating representatives to the appraisal district and a non-resident student … more

Saloon owner appointed to Main Street Advisory Board

Local saloon owner Karen Jacobs has been appointed to the Main Street Advisory Board. Jacobs and her husband Keith Carter both have a vested interest in the Main Street Program, after spending a lot … more

Social Media Samaritan

With Thanksgiving and Christmas approaching, this is a time of year when friends and family unite and get to share all they are thankful for. In this case, two people who had never met came … more

Gonzales Main Street invites community to Winterfest 2017

Tis the season for everything merry and bright, so what better way to round out a week of family and food with a heap of fun. In order to do that one simply has to put on one of those tacky sweaters, … more

Nixon council meetings remain on Mondays

NIXON — City council on Monday decided to keep its monthly meetings on Monday nights instead of moving them to Tuesdays. The decision came when two council members said they weren’t available … more

Historic Homes Tour featured during Winterfest

GONZALES — Just a week after Thanksgiving, five historic homes will open for the annual Gonzales Main Street Historic Homes Tour. The Historic Homes Tour is featured during the Gonzales Main … more

BYK to invest $50 million in Gonzales facility expansion

GONZALES – BYK Additives & Instruments, one of the world’s leading suppliers in the field of additives and measuring instruments and a member of the ALTANA Group, today announced a commitment to … more

City hires new law firm after 27 years

GONZALES — Gonzales City Council unanimously voted to hire a new law firm for City Attorney and City Prosecutor services. The firm hired has acted as special counsel in several matters recently. … more

Commissioners draw up contract with film company

GONZALES — County commissioners on Monday discussed with action a proposed filming request from AMC Studios and Stalwart Films to take place in Gonzales County. In the coming months, AMC and … more

Deadline to file for county offices set

Officials have announced the deadline for those wishing to file for county office is Dec. 11. The positions up for election include county clerk, district clerk, county judge, precinct 2 and 4 … more

'Friends of Lake Wood' invite GBRA for discussion

Now a little more than 18 months after the H-5 dam gate at Lake Wood failed, the Friends of Lake Wood group is asking Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) for answers. According to GBRA … more

Monthly sales tax revenue distributed

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar has announced he will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $774.9 million in local sales tax allocations for November. This is … more

Driver falls asleep, causes wreck

GONZALES — Authorities said a two-vehicle wreck occurred last week when the driver of an 18-wheeler fell asleep behind the wheel and veered into a pickup truck, sending its driver to the … more

3-vehicle wreck results in minor injuries

GONZALES — A woman was rushed to the hospital after a three-vehicle wreck occurred on Highway 183 north Tuesday. The Texas Highway Patrol reported that at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 7, an 18-wheeler driven … more

Gonzales City Council meets twice tomorrow

Gonzales City Council is slated to meet twice on Tuesday. The first meeting is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. The meeting will be called to order and go straight into an executive session, "to deliberate … more

Propositions on state-wide ballot pass despite low voter turn-out

Tuesday at the polls, seven propositions passed on a state-wide ballot, but not many voters showed up to cast a vote. Of the nearly 16 million registered voters in Texas, less than 6 percent … more

Officials: Best to clear warrants now

Law enforcement officials announced this week that people who have warrants on non-violent misdemeanor charges have the opportunity to go to court and enter a plea or pay a fine instead of being … more
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