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Gonzales High School release its 2021 football schedule. The Apaches, coming off a 1-9 season, will play four games at home and six on the road. The Apaches will play four of its first five games on … more
Early voting for the City of Gonzales General Municipal Election has begun, as of today, Monday, April 19. There will be seven days allowed for early voting. Early voting will run 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. … more
The addition of a 15-lot subdivision in Smiley is being entertained by the City Council, following deliberation at its Thursday, April 15 meeting. After tabling discussion of annexing the … more
The Gonzales Emergency Services District No. 1 took a tour of its recently acquired property off of Hickston St. on Thursday, April 15, and received a presentation of a new online tracking service … more
Senior Samantha Barnick has qualified for the Regional Track and Field Meet in both the triple jump and long jump, and still has three relay races to compete in tonight.  The 4A Area meet is … more
The Gonzales Economic Development Corporation and Golden Crescent Workforce Solutions will host a Virtual Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 22. The fair will connect recruiters representing … more
The Nixon-Smiley High School softball team is locked in a battle for a top playoff seed in 3A District 26. With wins over Randolph, 19-5, on April 9 and over Cole, 15-0, on April 13, the Lady … more
A hold put on the Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine resulted in the cancellation of the scheduled Wednesday, April 14 COVID-19 vaccination clinic. The Food and Drug Administration and Centers … more
The Gonzales Police Department has released a new statement regarding an Amber Alert on Friday, April 9. Early in the morning, an Amber Alert was issued in … more
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a waiver which suspended the expiration of vehicle registration and other requirements related to registration and title was enacted on March 16, 2020 by Governor Greg … more
Dr. Seuss books which are no longer in publication will be held for reference only at the Robert Lee Brothers, Jr. Memorial Library, following a report from Library Director Caroline Helms. more
The Gonzales City Council gave a hard deadline for the Gonzales Little League to share an appropriate financial report and proof of insurance at their meeting on Thursday, April 8. Having received … more
A secondary AMBER alert was issued Friday afternoon for Aaron McBeth, who is believed by police to be with Sylvia Garcia.  The second alert indicated that the vehicle being driven by Garcia … more
An Amber Alert was issued Friday, April 9 for 12-year-old Aaron McBeth of Gonzales.  According to the alert, McBeth was last seen in the 400 block of Village Drive in Gonzales, Texas around 5 … more
The next COVID-19 clinic to be held by Gonzales County has been set for Wednesday, April 14.  At this clinic the Johnson & Johnson Janssen vaccine will be administered. This vaccine is a … more
More than half (65.51%) of seniors aged 65 and up have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Gonzales County according to Department of State Health Services data. Not too far behind, … more
The Gonzales Regional Children’s Advocacy Center is hosting its 25th Annual Professional Child Advocate Conference on Thursday, April 8. The Conference will be held 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the … more
There are remaining appointments available for the COVID-19 vaccine clinic to be held on Wednesday, April 7 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the J.B. Wells Expo center.    This clinic is … more
The Gonzales Ministerial Alliance hosted its annual Easter Sunrise service this morning at the Gonzales Memorial Museum Amphitheater, 414 Smith St. Pastor Robert Ramierez of Eastside Baptist … more
The next clinic for first-dose Moderna vaccines will be held at the J.B. Wells Expo Center on Wednesday, April 7, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.  There are 350 appointments available to all 18 and up. This … more
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