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The Gonzales County Commissioners Court will be discussing countywide vaccine distribution at its meeting on Monday, Jan. 11, at 9 a.m. in the Commissioners Courtroom. more
The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) has hired Chad Norris as Deputy Executive Director of Environmental Science and Community Affairs. Norris will be responsible for advancing the overall science programs at GBRA, including research prioritization and implementation, providing scientific and technical support to regional stakeholders, and overseeing the Clean Rivers Program. Additionally, he will contribute technical and scientific expertise to the development of GBRA’s Habitat Conservation Plan. more
Victoria College’s Gonzales Center will offer one session of “Core Curriculum: Introductory Craft Skills” from 6 to 10 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Jan. 12 to Feb. 11. The class is mandatory for anyone who wants to enroll in one of VC’s industrial trades job training courses. more
The number of new unemployment claims in Gonzales County fell significantly in December 2020. Weekly claims, according to Texas Workforce Commission data, fell to pre-pandemic numbers in December. Available data through Dec. 26 shows a general downward trend since peak claim numbers were reached in April and May, when new weekly claims hit the upper 80s.  more
The Nixon City Council discussed funding for several projects at its meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 5. more
Starting Jan. 13, Gonzales County municipalities will begin accepting applications to be on the ballot for May 2021 elections. The cities of Gonzales, Nixon, Smiley and Waelder will receive applications until the Feb. 12 deadline which has been set by all four municipalities.  more
The Gonzales County Courthouse third floor courtroom was bustling with members of law enforcement, newly and reelected county officials, friends and family for the first swearing-in ceremony of 2021. Five elected officials were sworn in at 9 a.m. Jan. 1. more
A rise in hospitalizations in the Trauma Service Area P – which includes Gonzales County – is forcing local restaurants and businesses to reduce capacities to 50% and bars to close completely, under Executive Order GA-32. more
The United States Capitol devolved into dangerous chaos Wednesday afternoon as Trump supporters stormed into some of the most restricted areas outside and inside the building, while members of Congress were placed under a lockdown. The day's business, a ceremonial counting of the Electoral College, was halted as members of Congress sheltered in place. more
Here is a look at this week's games in Gonzales County High School sports: Apaches Basketball The Gonzales boys host Fredericksburg tonight at 6 p.m. Fredericksbuirg is 11-1, while the Apaches … more
UPDATE: The Inquirer is awaiting a report on the incident. We were referred to the DPS, which later referred us back to the Gonzales County Sheriff's Office. more
The 69th Texas State Championship Domino Tournament will be held Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021 at theKnights of ColumbusHall in Hallettsville. Registration will begin at 7 a.m. and playing will begin at 9 … more
Gonzales Healthcare Systems’ first baby of the New Year was born at Gonzales Memorial Hospital on Jan. 3, 2021. more
The Gonzales Inquirer announced in its Dec. 31 print and e-edition its football and volleyball All-County teams. Pick up a copy of this week's edition through Wednesday for just $1!   more
Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis lifted an emergency order declaring a burn ban in the county on Monday, Jan. 4. The order had been issued Nov. 13, 2020 but was lifted due to an increase in rain. more
As we enter the new year, The Inquirer would like to take a new approach to its weekly Faith Page. The Inquirer is seeking 12 pastors from Gonzales County to each volunteer to take one month of the … more
The Lower Colorado River Authority is offering grants of up to $50,000 for community projects throughout LCRA’s wholesale power, water and transmission service territory. more
Fireworks are a common way of celebrating the New Year— but ringing in 2021 with pyrotechnics may not be legal, depending on where you live more
Two clinics in Gonzales County last week received the Moderna vaccine: Sievers Clinic and the H-E-B Pharmacy. At least 60 people have already received the first of the two-dose Moderna vaccine.  more
Gonzales native Lynda Kridler Frazier went to school to be an accountant. But that’s not where her career ended up going. Frazier just retired from her 27-year stint as a teacher in the Gonzales Independent School District. more
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