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Unemployment in Gonzales County increased from 2.6 percent in April 2022 to 2.9 percent in May 2022, the lowest rate of all seven counties which comprise the Golden Crescent Workforce Development … more
On Sunday, July 17, from 2-9 p.m., the Texas Voices & Camp House Concerts will present a benefit concert to honor Country Music Hall of Fame songwriter Cindy Walker. This benefit will also raise … more
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) has a proud tradition of historic preservation that dates to the organization's founding in 1890. They have commemorated local … more
The Texas Department of Transportation will begin the resurfacing of existing roadway project on Business 183 (St. Joseph Street) from US 183 to US 90A on Tuesday, July 5. The project should last for … more
The Smiley City Council met for a special called meeting Monday evening. The council discussed several items, including financial statements and multiple unpaid bills. Mayor Lisa Benavides … more
During a special city council meeting, Tuesday, June 21, the council approved awarding a bid to a third party to market the sale of the Lynn Theater by the city of Gonzales and the Gonzales Economic … more
The Gonzales Independent School District will see some familiar faces in new places as administrators are shuffled into new positions for the 2022-23 school year. At the Monday, June 27 special … more
Gonzales County residents will not see much in the way of changes immediately to the provision of healthcare locally in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling Friday, June 24, which overturned Roe … more
Gonzales resident and GHS alum Chance Freeman testified last week before a Texas Senate committee investigating the aftermath of the Robb Elementary school shooting in Uvalde. Freeman serves as … more
Gonzales County commissioners approved reinstating a countywide burn ban at their Tuesday, June 21, special called meeting and also straightened out some issues with previous actions regarding the … more
On Friday, June 24, parents of Gonzales ISD, Nixon-Smiley CISD and Waelder ISD students can gain access to a personalized snapshot of their child’s academic progress this year by logging into … more
Road construction began recently on St. Joseph Street with city workers replacing water lines prior to the repaving project planned by TxDOT. City Manager Tim Patek spoke to the Inquirer about the … more
A partnership for the past 10 years between Camp Shakespeare at Winedale and the Crystal Theatre in Gonzales has seen young thespians ages 11-17 treading the boards at the venerable downtown venue as … more
During a packed council meeting Tuesday afternoon officials for the city of Gonzales, along with members of the community, gathered for the swearing in of new Mayor S.H. “Steve” Sucher, … more
Gonzales High School and Texas A&M graduate Angela Witzkoske is competing against 41 other young women from throughout the state to be crowned Miss Texas 2022 this week in … more
The Gonzales Independent School District will host a reception for the new superintendent Tuesday, June 21. Dr. Elmer Avellaneda was named the new superintendent in the Monday, June 13, school … more
The city of Gonzales saw a 17.56 percent jump in sales tax allocations in June 2022 as the city received nearly $39,000 more than it received in June 2021. Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced … more
The Gonzales Health Care Systems Board held two meetings Tuesday at the THRIVE Healthplex Conference Room. The first meeting was the budget hearing for the GHCS and Chief Financial Officer Brandon … more
A local business owner on St. Joseph Street recently voiced her frustration regarding a sewer problem within the building. Suzanne Zaitz, owner of Spaces Sublime, has been dealing with a sewer … more
The Edwards Association will celebrate Juneteenth this Saturday, June 18, at the old Edwards High School campus, 1427 Fly St., Gonzales. The day will start at 8:30 a.m. as newly elected Gonzales … more
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