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A criminal complaint filed against a Gonzales man alleges he fired several rounds at Texas Department of Public Safety SWAT team and Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms officers who were executing … more
Gonzales County commissioners on Monday, March 13, approved the creation of a new long-term permit that can be granted to companies that need to lay temporary water line over or along county roads … more
The city of Gonzales saw an increase of more than 7.7 percent in sales tax allocations this month as the post-Christmas economy remained healthy for the county’s largest city, according to … more
The Gonzales City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting Thursday, March 9 at City Hall, 820 St. Joseph St. One of the big agenda items discussed was ordinance number 2023-7 about the … more
Gonzales County and its four municipalities will split $17,102.42 in proceeds from the Opioid Abatement Trust Fund as Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar begins disbursing the first funds from the … more
Nixon City Council members discussed how the upcoming Feather Fest is taking wing during their regular meeting on Tuesday, March 7, at City Hall. Feather Fest was once a major event in Nixon which … more
Gonzales Economic Development Corporation executive director Jennifer Kolbe unexpectedly resigned last week from her position with the municipal corporation. “I love Gonzales. I left my job and the GEDC in much better shape than when I got there,” Kolbe told the Inquirer. “With the support of the board, we were able to settle hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt owed; fund water tower studies; provide Main Street grants; work with Remschel, Snavely, Laurel Ridge and Shear Designs; and put in processes and implemented rules and procedures that were not there when I got there that will only make the community better in the future. more
Nixon City Council members approved new employment contracts for City Manager Harold Rice, City Secretary Tanya Torres, City Attorney Eddie Escobedo and Police Chief Miguel Cantu following a lengthy … more
The teachers, nurses and instructional aides at Gonzales Independent School District will receive raises for the 2023-2024 school year from a newly approved compensation plan.  The GISD … more
The 2023 Nixon-Smiley Livestock Show kicks off this Friday, March 10, and concludes this Saturday, March 11, at the Nixon Smiley Livestock Show Barn and Arena on East Central in Nixon. “Our … more
Among the top priorities recently identified by the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation has been the need for a new water tower in the Gonzales Industrial Park area north of town, said GEDC … more
The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture celebrated Texas Independence Day with a red, white and blue Lone Star-spangled awards banquet at the JB Wells Expo Center on Thursday, March … more
Former Gonzales County Attorney Bob Scheske and Edwards Association President David Tucy were honored Thursday, March 2, for their tireless service to the community by the Gonzales Chamber of … more
Nixon-Smiley Consolidated Independent School District trustees are hoping voters will support five propositions on the May 6 ballot that could raise more than $38.9 million in bonds for the … more
Thirty-two men marched from Gonzales to the Alamo to fight for Texas Independence in 1836; now more than 20 people will take that same 75-mile march this week in honor of the legacy of the Immortal … more
The Gonzales County Youth Show is back for its 69th year of providing opportunities to county youth to earn thousands of dollars in scholarship money, in addition to valuable lessons about life and … more
Gonzales Independent School District Police Chief Ross Gottwald is no longer employed by the school district, officials confirmed for the Inquirer. “Gonzales ISD can confirm February 14 was … more
Mike Hanson of Gonzales recently was voted in as the new CEO of the Wolff Motel by its board members. Hanson’s grandfather, Harold Wolff, built the first two main buildings at the Wolff … more
The League of Women Voters of South Central Texas is hosting a celebration of “Women Making History” from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 12 at Schulenburg's historic Senglemann Hall. This … more
The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) Board of Directors has named Darrell Nichols general manager/CEO, effective immediately. Nichols is now the seventh general manager/CEO in GBRA … more
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