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Tickets are on sale now for the Gonzales Independent School District Education Foundation’s 2024 Casino Night event on Saturday, Feb. 24 at the J.B. Wells Expo Center (1653 CR 197, Gonzales). … more
The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture is requesting nominations for the David B. Walshak Lifetime Achievement and Community Service awards. The David B. Walshak Lifetime Achievement … more
Monday, Jan. 1, marked the first day that Kingdom Rescue took over as official operators of the Gonzales cat shelter from the Friends of Gonzales Animal Shelter (FOGAS). The new Gonzales Pet … more
A company which owns a downtown Gonzales building got an early Christmas gift in the form of approval for a Gonzales Main Street Business Incentive Grant of $52,000 during the December Main Street … more
The Smiley City Council met early in the morning for its regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday, Dec. 20 in the Municipal Building. The council discussed two major items: a library ordinance and … more
Nixon City Council members stood firm and voted to take no action on rescinding a $10 fee per month brush fee assessed to residents on their utility bills during their regular monthly meeting on Dec. … more
Our property tax code is undergoing a ton of changes as we head into the new year, thanks to several bills passed by the Texas Legislature last session that officially take effect this week. A … more
The Gonzales County Veterans Memorial Association took a giant step forward in the development of the Gonzales County Veterans Memorial on Tuesday, Dec. 26, as site work began, including measurements … more
This year, the Gonzales Main Street wants to encourage everyone to keep shopping local. Small businesses are the backbone of the community, providing jobs, tax dollars, contributions to loal schools … more
A Nixon-Smiley CISD coach was arrested early Sunday, Dec. 17, by a Gonzales County Sheriff’s deputy on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Loraine Yates was released on a $3,500 surety … more
Gonzales City Council met for its regularly scheduled meeting Thursday, Dec. 14 at city hall. One of the most talked about agenda items was the city sponsored rezoning of the Light Industrial … more
The Gonzales City Council met for a special called meeting Monday, Dec. 18, regarding an agreement with Kingdom Rescue to run the city’s cat shelter. Gonzales City Manager Tim Crow said … more
As the holiday season approaches, Come and Take It Dance is thrilled to announce the return of their beloved production of "The Nutcracker" to The Crystal Theater for the second consecutive year. … more
The Pilot Club of Gonzales, Gonzales Masonic Lodge No. 30 A.F. & A.M. and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4817 made a trip to the veterans memorial at the Masonic Cemetery on Saturday, Dec. 16 as part of Wreaths Across America. “As … more
A man who tried to use a stolen 18-wheeler to run over a police officer and a victim whose vehicle he had hit moments earlier will spend a minimum of 12 ½ years in prison before he is eligible … more
Gonzales County will lease office space from the City of Gonzales and the Robert Brothers Jr. Library and turn around and sublet that space to the Gonzales Central Appraisal District for six months … more
Community Health Centers of South Central Texas hosted the “Giving Tree” room in their building and filled it with 20 trees to give away for the season.  The trees were lined up … more
Representatives from Holmes Foods voiced their concerns Monday, Dec. 18, to the Nixon City Council about rapidly increasing utility fees the company has had to pay during the past four years. … more
Gonzales County Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Darryl Becker was appointed the interim city manager following a lengthy executive session by the Nixon City Council on Monday, Dec. 18. Becker, … more
You haven’t experienced “Christmas Shopping” until you’ve been in Laurel Ridge Antiques & Inn during the holiday season. Located in a beautifully restored 1914 … more
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