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A criminal complaint filed in the Texas Western District Court alleges that 19-year-old Caleb Nathaniel Oliver of Smiley, Texas, purchased an automatic weapon from an undercover FBI officer in Wilson County. Criminal complaints are not considered evidence of guilt. They are charges levvied in a court of law, where defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
The Volkssport Roadrunner group will host a walk on Feb. 13. It will begin in front of the Chamber of Commerce/Old Jail Museum at 9 a.m. The fee is $3 for all participants. For more information about the event or the group, please contact Mrs. Ellen Ott at (210) 723-8574 or EllenOtt@SBCGLobal.net. more
The Nixon-Smiley High School girls basketball team finished in third place in 3A District 26 and will open the playoffs at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 12 against Blanco in a game played at … more
The Gonzales Independent School District Board of Trustees will discuss and consider action regarding the 2020 Census and redistricting of single-member Board of Trustees districts on Monday, Feb. 8, at 5:30 p.m. in the North Avenue Intermediate School Band Hall. more
The Gonzales County Commissioners Court will meet to discuss the criteria and guidelines for tax abatement in the county. The Commissioners will also be discussing repaying an overpayment of sales and use tax to the Texas Comptroller. more
In the last week, the number of people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in Gonzales County has more than doubled. DSHS data shows that 1,036 people have received at least the first dose of the two-shot Moderna vaccine, with 289 receiving their second dose, as of Thursday, Feb. 4. A week before, only 99 had been fully vaccinated. more
Heaping helpings of items ranging from brisket, sausage, pork steaks, chicken and ribs along with sides of beans and potato salad were served up during Jan. 30’s free “Food for All” at the Edward’s Community Center.  more
Weekly reports from local law enforcement offices from Jan. 24 to Jan. 31, 2021. more
The Gonzales Healthcare Systems Foundation has purchased a Carefusion Bellavista 1000 5-in-1 ventilator system for the Gonzales Healthcare Systems ER Department.  more
The Gonzales City Council approved all but one proposed city charter amendment during a special called meeting on Feb. 4. With approval, Measures A through F will appear on the May 1 election ballot. more
With a plan mapped out weeks before finally receiving 400 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, Gonzales Gonzales Healthcare Systems, the Department of State Health Services, and officials from city and … more
The Gonzales City Council will meet for a Special Called meeting at 12 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 4 in the Gonzales Municipal Building to revisit proposed amendments to the city charter. These amendments were brought for discussion at the previous meeting, and the council will take a vote of whether to order a Special Election for the purpose of adoption or rejection of these amendments. more
Shaking off a 2020 season cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gonzales Little League is preparing to resume play in 2021. While dates and schedules are being still being worked out, the … more
After weeks of planning and awaiting the arrival of more Moderna COVID-19 vaccine doses, Gonzales County, Gonzales Healthcare Systems and the Department of State Health Services are partnering to host a mass vaccination clinic on Thursday, Feb.4, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at J.B. Wells Park, Arena and Expo. more
Victoria College is offering a Computer Literacy course at VC’s Emerging Technology Complex in Victoria and VC’s Gonzales Center in Gonzales. The course at the Emerging Technology … more
The Gonzales Inquirer wants to highlight high school seniors in Gonzales County who have been accepted to college, trade school, or the military! If you attend high school at Gonzales, Waelder or … more
Gov. Abbott and the Texas Education Agency late last week announced the rollout of a grant program for eligible families of children with “significant cognitive disabilities and complex … more
Gonzales Boys The Gonzales High School boys basketball team could not sustain a quick start, and fell at home to Cuero, 59-50, to close out the first half of 4A District 27 play on Jan. 26. The … more
While the Edwards Association was unable to host its large luncheon following its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities, it is taking a different route to offer the community a meal. A … more
How did slavery evolve in Mexico, Texas, and the U.S. in the early 1800s? In honor of Black History Month, “The Alamo Addresses: Slavery in Texas, Mexico, and the U.S. from 1820-1846 – An … more
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