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Waelder City Council unanimously passed an ordinance that establishes registration requirements for peddlers, canvassers, vendors and solicitors. The ordinance requires canvassers to register … more
Blink while driving down Saint Louis St. and you might just miss it, but this soon-to-open little bar might just have the biggest and best chicken wings in Gonzales. Memo’s Hangout, opening … more
Texas’ annual sales tax holiday returns Friday, Aug. 9 and goes through midnight Sunday, Aug. 11. Most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks—that are sold for less than … more
It appears the summer heat didn’t keep area shoppers from spending in July. Though a few cities like Gonzales and Luling saw a dip in net payment when compared to last year, most in the region … more
Shiner City Council adopted two new programs for public works and information. iWorQ, a work order system, and CodeRED, an emergency notification system, were both purchased at the Aug. 5 council … more
Gonzales police have issued an arrest warrant for Juan Carlos Mora Moreno in connection with the murder of Gonzalo Zuniga Reyes, a Gonzales man who was found dead Wednesday, July 31. Reyes was … more
After hearing the sales pitch last week, the Gonzales County Commissioners Court unanimously decided July 29 to purchase new election equipment. The equipment total, which includes hardware, … more
Gonzales City Council voted unanimously July 25 to adopt an ordinance authorizing the issuance, sale and delivery of up to $6.2 million in aggregate principal amount of “City of Gonzales, Texas … more
Michael Garza was named the new Gonzales High School principal a few weeks ago and the retired Airman is already leaving his imprint as he tries to implement important changes to the … more
Main Street Administrator Barbara Friedrich reported at the July 23 meeting this year’s edition of the Main Street Concert Series turned a $50 profit. Friedrich noted that Main Street was much … more
On June 13, 2019, the Texas 13th District Court of Appeals upheld a trial court’s decision to deny the City of Gonzales’ plea to the jurisdiction in the J.B. Wells lawsuit. The suit in … more
Former Gonzales Inquirer staff reporter and current film maker Erik McCowan is not afraid to beat to the rhythm of his own drum. So, when the question of how he wanted to handle getting married … more
GONZALES — In card games, there is a saying that goes “See one, play one.” In that vein, this weekend there is a car show festival in town, so the Gonzales Inquirer is pleased to … more
GONZALES — Gonzales County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) has made a lot of changes over the course of the past seven months, and people are noticing. Not only has EMS been given a new … more
The Alamo is once again calling out for Gonzales’ help. Just like Colonel Travis’ call in 1836 to come to the aid of the besieged defenders of the Alamo, the Alamo is once again … more
GONZALES — Pasture parties and bonfires might make a return for graduation night celebrations if one particular event ceases to exist. And as of now, that appears to be the case. For the … more
The 8th Annual Hot Rods and Hatters Car Show will be making its first ever stop in Gonzales starting Friday, and those looking to travel downtown should expect some street closures and delays for the … more
The Hot Rods and Hatters car show is looking to bring some swing as it rolls into town this weekend. Those of the greaser, slick back, tattooed set should be pleased with the selections offered for … more
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