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Dear Editor: I am writing this letter in response to the changes the city is making to be more transparent and accountable concerning the decisions they’re making. It amazes me weeks from … more
(This letter will appear in the Thursday, Oct. 8 print and e-edtion of The Inquirer.) Dear Editor: This comes because in your report of the last City Council meeting you wrote of the … more
The Thursday, Oct. 8 edition of The Inquirer will be the last to publish letters specific to the Nov. 3 General Election. The Inquirer, per its published policy, does not run election letters once … more
Dear Editor: I am writing this letter as a concerned citizen. I live in District 4 and am worried about the ever increasing price of living and endless regulations in my city. My taxes have … more
This letter to the editor is in response to the recent article about the Memorial Museum (The Inquirer, Aug. 6, 2020). The cleaning in 2013 was accomplished with Ms. Quana Childs, formerly an … more
Dear Editor: I want to applaud the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation board of directors for embracing the concept of improving the airport. These matters were addressed in an open … more
While we wait for a coronavirus vaccination, the Texas Medical Association and the Texas Pediatric Society urge you to keep your child’s routine vaccinations … more
What does the future hold for Hallettsville? We all love the advantages of a small town, which has drawn people to live and work here. Working together with our city, county and state, we can … more
To: The Citizens of Gonzales County I would like to comment on the article that was posted on the front page of the Gonzales Inquirer dated July 30, 2020 regarding Gonzales ESD #1. According to … more
Preserve history, culture   Dear Editor and friends, I am a taxpayer and opposed to removal or destruction of our public monuments?   In cities that have allowed monuments … more
“We’ve never done it that way before.”The expression was well worn before the pandemic came along. Lately, creative juices have been milked dry for new ways to conduct … more
Q. Our tomatoes have done very well this spring. I think they have the potential to continue producing this fall. They are Red Snapper, Tycoon, BHN 968, HM 8849 and all the recommended varieties. … more
Dear Editor:I am writing to express my displeasure with the poll question you published in this week's paper. The primary question is irrelevant, because the death of George Floyd and renaming the … more
Gov. Greg Abbott didn’t predict that the number of COVID-19 cases would fall as the state allowed businesses and cultural centers to reopen. In fact, he said allowing more people back into public … more
Hey there folks, hope life’s treating you well, in spite of circumstances. It’s imperative that we keep our outlook as positive as humanly possible. A good attitude will not only help us … more
Q. What is the best way to keep lesser goldfinches in the landscape? They visited our sunflower seed feeders this winter but we need to quit feeding seed for a while so we can reduce a rat problem.A. … more
It is ironic that author/broadcasting legend Garrison Keillor’s mythical hometown of Lake Wobegon is only an hour’s “crow fly” journey from Minneapolis.I saunter in where … more
Dear Editor, We would like to thank everyone that made our Memorial Day fish fry such a great success. Thank you members, auxiliary volunteers, and everyone that bought plates. God bless you … more
If anybody can ask hard questions, the award has to go to the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage. She knows how to ask a question and, more importantly, when to ask a particular question.Throughout … more
Describing the onion as a “lowly vegetable” didn’t set well with the late Othal Brand, for 20 years the McAllen mayor who cleared many hurdles during his 90-year earthly … more
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