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A few weeks ago, I came down with a rash that has been dragging me down for over three weeks. While it continues to bother me, the thing that really burns my butt is the system and process a … more
Some of our families’ best summer adventures over the years have been at Texas’s state parks. And the numbers indicate that you and your family have probably enjoyed our parks and … more
1928: 1, group of Gonzales farmers protesting the three “mammoth” dams that are to be built by Hunt Development Company of Delaware across the Guadalupe River in Gonzales County. 8, … more
The Long Branch Book Club met on Oct. 8, to discuss, “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens. The members liked the book except for one, who thought it was too slow a read. The novel, … more
I often hear people complaining about the fact that property taxes have been raised once again. In the town where people voted to keep their taxes high, I don’t understand the complaining. I, … more
To the editor, I am thankful as an American Citizen that I can continue to have freedom of speech and the right to accept or oppose what I read in the local Inquirer or any other publication … more
Dear Editor, This letter has one main purpose: to say, “Thank you, Lloyd Holden, and God bless you for your recent letter to the editor of the Inquirer.” I agree with Mr. Holden … more
After reading Lloyd Holden’s letter to the editor in last week’s paper regarding Pastor Lowery’s removal, many in our community were upset. The job of a newspaper is to inform the … more
I went to Las Vegas to be a Parrot Head over the weekend. Instead, I came home having had an epiphany about Willie Nelson and his legacy in music. Now he is “Always on My Mind.” After … more
Dear Editor, What a wonderful week the Sisters on the Fly had in Gonzales! Your warm and friendly town was apparent from the time we rolled into town and were greeted with the streets lined with … more
I was playing trivia at the Long Branch a few weeks ago when my teammate Philip Moore leaned over and whispered: “I’ve got six tickets to the Cody Jinks show in Corpus Christi on … more
We appreciate your gracious tribute to Leon Netardus written in the Gonzales Inquirer. Also the empty chair shown in the Leon Netardus Reading Room has special meaning. Leon sat in that chair and … more
Dear City of Gonzales, Thank you so much for your warm welcome this past week. The local merchants and the docents of the museum and Pioneer Village were fantastic! And I gotta say what a … more
As a subscriber to the Gonzales Inquirer I have noticed a huge void in recent issues. It is because the articles done by Pastor Lowery for the last 20 years weren’t there anymore. After … more
Come and Take It weekend means different things to different people. For me, it is the anniversary of when I first came to Gonzales. It was 2017 when yours truly first set foot in Gonzales. … more
Over the course of the past week and a half, the community of Gonzales has pulled off a couple of amazing events with great aplomb.  The two events were the Sisters on the Fly group holding … more
Gonzales Inquirer, On behalf of the Luling Watermelon Thump Association, I want to extend a heartfelt thank you for your advertising contribution. Support from businesses like yours are why we … more
Dear Sirs, I have noticed that Pastor Clint Lowery’s column has not been included in the last two editions of the Inquirer. I have found his columns to always be thought-provoking and … more
The community’s favorite weekend of the year is once again upon us as Gonzales gears up for the 63rd annual Come and Take It Celebration. The festival celebrates the historic first shot of Oct. … more
Sometimes on this journey called life, we are blessed to meet new people who can change our understanding of the way things are and the way things should be. I was fortunate to have it happen to me … more
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