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Luling is bringing the biggest Buc-ee’s back home to Texas. Construction on a new facility, to replace the existing facility located at 10070 I-10, will encompass than 75,000 square feet. … more
The Gonzales Commissioners Court got together Monday, June 13, and had to make adjustments in a previous agenda item that was discussed in their last meeting. The item was in regards to the … more
The Gonzales City Council and the Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture president met at last Thursday’s meeting regarding the tourism director position. Chamber president Carolyn … more
The Gonzales Independent School District school board gave final approval for the district’s new superintendent in their Monday, June 13, meeting.  The board members returned from … more
After eight years in existence, Float Fest 2022 is coming to the Guadalupe River in Gonzales during the weekend of July 22-24. After several years on hiatus, this classic Texas Hill Country … more
Former small-town journalist, college director of development and Gonzales Economic Development Corporation board member S.H. “Steve” Sucher was elected mayor of Gonzales as he narrowly … more
New town, a new adventure and a new chapter in my journalism career. My name is Vandeline (Vandy) Van Epps (she/her pronouns), and I am the new reporter for the Gonzales Inquirer. I was born in … more
The cause of a train derailment which shut down US Highway 90-A (Avenue E) for more than 20 hours Friday and Saturday remains under investigation, a Union Pacific representative told the … more
The Texas Elks Lodge is currently gearing up for their summer camp program for children who are in need. The summer camp will start June 12. Applications are mostly closed, but there are a few spots … more
The world’s toughest canoe race is making a stop through Gonzales this Sunday. The 59th Texas Water Safari kicks off in San Marcos Saturday, June 11, as paddlers around the world get … more
The state of Texas is spending nearly $100,000 in federal economic development grant funds to promote tourism to Gonzales as part of a new $12 million cooperative advertising program through Travel … more
Michael La Coste will be coming to Gonzales Healthcare Systems from Steward Healthcare in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but he has strong ties to central Texas, and is excited to join the GHS … more
Early voting ends this Friday, June 10, in both the June 14 Gonzales mayoral runoff as well as the U.S. House District 34 special election. Voters still can cast a ballot from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. … more
Two men are dead and one is in critical condition at an Austin hospital after a two-vehicle crash that occurred Saturday morning on Texas 97 about six miles east of Gonzales. Texas Department of … more
Downtown Luling is the place to be June 23-26 as folks from near and far gather to celebrate the 69th annual Luling Watermelon Thump. A tradition that started in 1954 to honor the area … more
The Robert Lee Brothers, Jr. Memorial Library will be starting the summer reading program, “Oceans of Possibilities,” on May 31 through July 8, 2022 for children ages 3 years old through … more
The Catholic community of Gonzales and Waelder will be hosting the Sacred Heart Festival this Saturday, June 4, at the JB Wells Expo Center Pavilion with Mass at 3 p.m., with the event ending at … more
Crazy J. Rodeo Co. presents the ninth annual Roger Crouch Memorial Bull Riding event on Saturday, June 11 at 6 p.m. at the Nixon-Smiley Livestock Show Arena in Nixon, Texas. The event will feature … more
Not many people get a chance to travel to the nation’s capitol in Washington D.C., but one lucky veteran from Gonzales did. Retired Navy and Vietnam Veteran Seaborn Rountree got chance to … more
The 2022 graduating class of Waelder High School may have only been comprised of 14 people, but they brought out a host of relatives, friends and community members to celebrate their commencement on … more
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