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The Gonzales High School baseball team's season ended with a sweep in the 4A Bi-District round of the playoffs to the Canyon Lake Hawks.  The rare home-and-home best-of-three series opened … more
CALLING ALL SENIORS! Each Thursday in its print and e-edition, the Gonzales Inquirer wants to put a spotlight on county high school seniors who have been accepted to a college, are entering the … more
  The new members of the Gonzales Little League board of directors have learned of the alleged embezzlement of funds by a member of the former board. “We are in possession of a signed … more
Joseph “Poochie” Kridler was sworn iby Mayor Connie Kacir as Councilman for Gonzales City Council District 1 on Thursday, May 6. Kridler fills the seat vacated by former Councilman … more
Each week, the Gonzales Inquirer and Storey Jewelers highlight those celebrating a birthday or anniversary in the coming week! To have a celebration added to the list, please e-mail or call Sanya … more
The Gonzales Redistricting Commission met Wednesday at 5:30 to discuss plans for outcomes of the 2020 Census.  City Attorney Dan Santee said the release of 2020 Census data has been delayed … more
The baseball teams from Gonzales and Nixon-Smiley High School conclude their respectve district slates and are now set for the Bi-District round of the UIL playoffs.  • In 4A, Gonzales … more
We asked readers to submit photos from the 2021 Proms at Gonzales, Nixon-Smiley, and Waelder high schools! Send your photos to more
There are still many doses of the Moderna vaccine available at today's clinic at the J.B. Wells Expo on Monday, May 3. Those who would like to be vaccinated can show up at any time, no appointment … more
Amid the freezing temperatures of the winter storm which lasted from Sunday, Feb. 14 to Thursday, Feb. 17, residents were urged by state, county and city officials to stay home and avoid driving on … more
With the unofficial tabulation of votes having been released by the City of Gonzales, City Council District 2 candidates Sherri Tumlinson Koepp and Johnny R. Hunt will be on the ballot for a … more
Prom season is upon us! Share your prom pictures with us by emailing them to Steve Fountain at  Please do not share in the comments or send on Facebook … more
Each week, the Gonzales Inquirer and Storey Jewelers highlight those celebrating a birthday or anniversasry in the coming week! To have a celebration added to the list, please e-mail or call Sanya … more
As of 7 a.m. on Friday, April 30, Gonzales County is under a flash flood watch through 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 1.  According to the National Weather Service, the area is expected to see 2 to … more
  The Gonzales Independent School District Board of Trustees approved the cessation of temperature checks at student drop off at a special board meeting Wednesday, April 28, according to a … more
The COVID-19 vaccine clinic set for Monday, May 3, has had 300 first-dose appointments added to its schedule. Doses of the Moderna vaccine will be administered at the clinic for those previously … more
For the first time ever, Gonzales County has two high school softball teams playing in the Bi-District playoff round of the UIL playoffs this week. Lady Mustangs The Nixon-Smiley Mustangs are … more
The Gonzales city manager, city attorney, and municipal court judge would not have to be residents of the city under proposed changes to the city the city’s Home Rule charter. Six … more
The District 2 seat on the Gonzales City Council is the only contested race on the May 1 election day ballot. The Inquirer sent out a questionnaire to each of the three candidates: Johnny Ross … more
A Gonzales man is among seven still missing as a result of the Seacor Power capsize. Jay Guevara, of Gonzales, was working for Seacor Power on a lift boat when it capsized in the Gulf of Mexico on … more
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