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Former Gonzales Apache and Texas Longhorn football player Kenneth Ehrig passed away Friday, Sept. 8 at the age of 75. Ehrig graduated Gonzales High School in 1966 and would later follow his … more
There will be a sculpture unveiling ceremony held Saturday, Sept. 30, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Robert Lee Brothers Jr. Memorial Library, 301 Saint Joseph Street, Gonzales. The work to be … more
Gonzales Main Street is pleased to announce Toni’s Food Store as the Main Street Business of the Month for September. Located at 209 Saint Lawrence Street, Antonio “Toni” Espinoza … more
The Friends of Gonzales Animal Shelter will close its doors for the last time on Sunday, Sept. 24, after 18 years of operation as the group has not renewed its contract with the city to provide a … more
With less than a month away from the Gonzales ISD bond election, the school district continues to hold community meetings explaining the bond proposal. The latest community bond was held at … more
A definition of “warrior” is “a brave or experienced soldier or fighter” and one 11-year-old in Gonzales matches that definition. Mason Camarillo, 11, was diagnosed with … more
The Lynn Theatre saga came to a positive conclusion at the Thursday, Sept. 14 Gonzales City Council meeting. The council approved selling the historic theatre building, located at 510 Saint Paul … more
A woman accused of theft of livestock failed to show for a Wednesday, Sept. 13 hearing before 2nd 25th Judge Jessica Crawford and is now the subject of an arrest warrant. Meanwhile, in other … more
It looks like 2022’s Float Fest, which was held in Gonzales last July, did provide a nice bump to local sales taxes after all, according to figures received from Texas Comptroller Glenn … more
Thirty years after graduating from Victoria College’s Law Enforcement Academy, Tim Crow returned to the nest to complete what he started. “Throughout the years, I had always … more
The Pilot Club of Gonzales will honor a longtime resident by hosting the Melanie Wright 5K Run/Walk & Deadlift Party at Independence Park this Saturday, Sept. 16, beginning at 7 a.m. This … more
For the second time in two weeks, Gonzales County commissioners discussed the usage of county-owned vehicles by the Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office — particularly those that are taken … more
A Katy resident is being sought in connection for credit/debit card abuse in reference to theft of more than $2,300 in tires from Texas Tire and Auto in Gonzales. According to a Gonzales Police … more
Gonzales County remains under a burn ban due to excessive drought and unsafe fire conditions, as evidenced by a grass fire which burned 35 acres Tuesday, Sept. 12 off County Road 444 north of … more
Gonzales Junior High School was briefly placed on lockdown Monday, Sept. 11, after a student allegedly brought a paring knife to campus, in violation of the district’s Code … more
The public is invited to a Ranger Cross ceremony honoring Texas Revolution hero Mathew "Old Paint" Caldwell, for whom Caldwell County was named when it was established in 1848 — 175 years ago. … more
The Thompsonville Neighborhood Crime Watch is inviting the public to attend an Active Shooter Education at the Thompsonville Community Center, 2774 County Road 423, Waelder, on Tuesday, Sept. 12. … more
First responders in Gonzales County will proudly be celebrating the 40 th anniversary of National Night Out from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the Edwards Association campus, 1427 Fly St., … more
The Gonzales County Jail Museum will have folks kicking up their “Blue Suede Shoes” as they will host their first-ever Jailhouse Rock fundraiser on Thursday, Oct. 26, at GG’s Steaks … more
A Yoakum resident claimed a top prize winning ticket worth $1 million in the Texas Lottery® scratch ticket game Ca$h Blowout. The ticket was purchased at Circle R Drive In, located … more
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