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The Pioneer Living History Center is presenting a Christmas from the past this holiday season with a “Stars in the Village” exhibit that will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. during Winterfest … more
The Robert Lee Brothers, Jr. Memorial Library has provided Gonzales residents with a few options to share in the spirit of giving this holiday season. From story time to crafts and holiday gifts, the … more
The City of Nixon held its annual Christmas Tree Lighting festivities at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 26, at the Gladyne Finch Pocket Park downtown. The St. Joseph’s Catholic Church children’s … more
After returning from the Thanksgiving break on Nov. 29, the Gonzales ISD Education Foundation met with staff to award $17,840 in grants to teachers at all five GISD campuses. Ten teachers or teacher … more
A Del Valle woman died in a two-vehicle collision one mile north of Gonzales on U.S. Highway 183 Monday afternoon, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. DPS Staff Sgt. Kenny Mata … more
Six beautiful historic homes in Gonzales, Texas, will be available to tour during the 2021 Winterfest celebration from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec.4, and Sunday, Dec. 5. Homes featured on this … more
Early voting began Monday and continues through Dec. 3 for the Dec. 7 District 4 Gonzales City Council runoff election between Dan Blakemore and Ronda Miller. Both candidates are vying to fill a … more
Gonzales Main Street and several local non-profit organizations are encouraging residents and visitors alike to come to downtown Gonzales to enjoy “snow much fun” for Winterfest … more
Gonzales ISD Girls Athletic Coordinator Joey Carrizales has been appointed the interim athletic director for GISD, Superintendent John Schumacher announced Thursday, Nov. 18. Carrizales will serve … more
Kaleigh Medina from Gonzales Junior High in Gonzales, Texas, is one of more than 300 elementary, junior high and high school cheerleaders and dancers from across the country that will represent … more
The doors will fling open wide to six of the beautiful historic homes of Gonzales, Texas this Dec. 4-5.  From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., almost two centuries of Christmas can be celebrated in our … more
Veteran Texas newspaper reporter Liz Adams is the newest addition to the Gonzales Inquirer staff, having begun work as a staff writer on Thursday, Nov. 11, publisher Lew K. Cohn … more
Last Saturday at the J.B. Wells Community Center, Pastor Neva Ford Nation and Women Rise Up and Be Encouraged Ministries presented the 2021 Women’s Conference, which included scripture, praise … more
The Lynn Theatre has stood as an attractive beacon near the corner of St. Paul and St. Lawrence Streets since it was built it 1947. It shut down in 2020 due to financial issues as it had on other … more
Gonzales High School football coach and athletic director Mike Waldie stepped down from his position Wednesday, Nov. 17, after three years, Gonzales ISD Superintendent John Schumacher … more
State Rep. John Cyrier, R-Lockhart, announced Friday, Nov. 12, he will not be seeking re-election to a fifth term representing Gonzales County in the Texas Legislature. “After nearly 15 … more
Winterfest is less than a month away and Gonzales Main Street still has sponsorships available for those interested in helping visitors and residents mix and mingle in a winter wonderland in the … more
The Gonzales County Commissioners Court decided Monday, Nov. 8, to table a decision on designating a 2,753-acre area near Harwood Road as a tax abatement reinvestment zone for Starling Solar … more
The Gonzales City Council voted unanimously Tuesday, Nov. 9, to set a Dec. 7 runoff election between Dan Blakemore and Ronda Miller for the vacant District 4 council seat. Council members … more
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