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Some Texans are facing home repairs, damage to other property and displacement following several days of harsh winter weather. more
Over the weekend, on Feb. 20 and 21, Gonzales County residents were invited to fill their own clean containers with potable water at the Gonzales Fire Station. This has been extended through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., according to a statement from City Manager Tim Patek. more
Utility bills across the state are expected to increase due to increased usage and pricing of wholesale power. more
The historically unprecedented state-wide freeze last week calling for the deployment of Emergency Operations to help stabilize the Texas energy grid is over, yet the repercussions are just beginning for utilities and their customers across the state in terms of the impact to their energy bills. more
The Gonzales County Office of Emergency Management is seeking responses to a survey from the Texas Department of Emergency Management. more
Gonzales residents may fill containers— up to 20 gallons' worth— at the Gonzales Fire Station from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday. . . . . . . more
The Smiley City Council had a brief meeting Friday, Feb. 19, at 10 a.m. to clarify that certain city streets were not officially closed or abandoned by the city. more
As roads and fields begin to thaw out. Gonzales High School will slowly get back on track with its UIL sports competitions with three events on the road Saturday, Feb. 20: • The boys … more
ESTATE COIN AUCTION Sunday, February 21, 10:00 AM 801 CR 488, Gonzales, TX 78629 Preview Sat. 2/20, 10:00AM -2:00PM www.IntegrityAuctions.biz 2010 Toyota Corolla, 2 Safes, 300+ Morgan … more
According to a statement from Gonzales City Manager Tim Patek, Gonzales residents should expect trash pickup delayed due to severe weather to be picked up beginning Friday, Feb. 19. more
The City of Waelder has issued a boil water notice, according to a post on the city's Facebook page. more
Gonzales City Manager Tim Patek is asking residents to conserve water during severe weather conditions. more
Gonzales County schools are closed through Friday, Feb. 19, due to extreme weather conditions. more
Gonzales County has issued a boil water notice due to loss of pressure, according to a Facebook post from Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
Historical Freeze Causing Outages across the GVEC Service Area Ice and snow from this historically unprecedented state-wide freeze has caused electric utilities across Texas to deploy controlled … more
The Gonzales Inquirer is seeking the public's help in recording how the community is dealing with record cold temperatures and power outages.  Do you use a fire place? Did you breakout all … more
Severe weather is expected in Gonzales County through Thursday, Feb. 18. more
City offices will be closed today in Nixon, Gonzales, Waelder and Smiley, due to severe weather conditions.  more
Gonzales County School districts have closed in response to severe weather conditions. more
Winter storm conditions have led both cities of Nixon and Gonzales to issue travel advisories. Statewide, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas has announced that rolling blackouts will be used to reduce demand for electricity until the state's capacity to produce it can be restored. more
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