Local News

Stars come alive in the Village

Experience pioneer life during the happiest time of year at the Gonzales Pioneer Village annual Stars in the Village event, which is offered on three separate dates to give all community members and …

Light the holiday season at the Gonzales Memorial Museum

The Spade and Trowel Garden Club of Gonzales is sponsoring a city beautification project in an effort to light the stars around the fence at the Gonzales Memorial Museum for the Christmas holiday …

Nixon to celebrate ‘Miracle on Main Street’

The City of Nixon, in partnership with Nations Christian Fellowship, presents “Miracle on Main Street,” Saturday, Dec. 10, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., with activities at the Nixon …

County contracts with Brazos, Bell for juvenile detention

Gonzales County on Nov. 14 agreed to additional contracts for secure, short-term detention services for juvenile offenders with both Brazos and Bell County during their regular meeting. The reason …

Deputies search for Waelder hit-and-run driver

Gonzales County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run accident with a utility pole inside the city of Waelder the night after Thanksgiving. According to …

GEDC approves paying for Memorial Museum upgrades

The Gonzales Economic Development Corporation will foot the bill for $325,000 in structural improvements to the Gonzales Memorial Museum after approving a budget amendment for that amount at their …

Go walking in a Gonzales wonderland for a ‘Candyland’ Winterfest

The Gonzales Main Street “Candyland” Winterfest is this weekend, and the event will be filled with fun activities for the entire family. Winterfest will have more than 30 food trucks, …
Photo galleries
PHOTO GALLERY: Sheriff Robert Ynclan Funeral 09-09-2021
Photos from the funeral of Sheriff Robert Ynclan at the JB Wells Expo on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021.
PHOTO GALLERY: 2021 Gonzales County First Day of School Photos!
Here are the first day of school photos that we have received. Check back again as we will update the gallery with additional photos. Please to pick up a copy of the Aug. 26 print edition of The …
Opinion

Stirring things up

Dear Violet, My mom was the kind of mom who cooked every night, beginning our week with a large family style Sunday dinner, filled with wonderfully delicious dishes that are now cherished and …

Letter to the Editor

Dear editor, In February 2020, I attended a Q&A meeting with the former mayor, along with many people of the Gonzales, Texas, community. At this meeting, I brought up the topic of the Tejanos, …

Veterans Day honors those who fought for freedom

The United States is known for a lot of things, some good, some bad, some debatable, but above all, our country is known for freedom. Freedom to be who we want, say what we want, worship as we want, …

Is it depression?

There are many signs of depression that are not often spoken of, or understood, by the general public. Many believe depression is being “overly sad,” and nothing more. Depression, …