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Mental health is vital to both an individual’s life, and those around them: in their home, their friend circle, co-workers, or community members, etc. When one member of the community is … more
The Gonzales Noon Lions present Drive Up Bingo, Friday, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. at J.B. Wells park. Join your friends and neighbors in good old fun, and possibly win up to $1,000 in the blackout bingo … more
In the city management report during Smiley’s City Council meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 19, suggestions were brought up on “cleaning up” the City of Smiley. Issues regarding … more
Unemployment in Gonzales County decreased to 3.1 percent in September 2022, from 3.2 percent in August 2022, the lowest rate of all seven counties which comprise the Golden Crescent Workforce … more
Gonzales ISD has named Veronica Gallegos Johannsen the new Chief of Communications, Marketing, and Safety and Security. Johannsen has a proven track record of moving a district forward from tactical … more
Gonzales County commissioners will wait another three weeks before deciding whether to adopt an order that would allow certain county vehicles to bear general issue license plates and not have … more
A hard rain’s going to have to fall or 90 days will have to pass before a new burn ban approved Monday, Oct. 24, by Gonzales County commissioners gets lifted. The emergency order officially … more
The Nixon-Smiley Education Foundation presents their fourth annual Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament at the Nixon-Smiley Livestock Show Barn on Saturday, Oct. 29, 6-10 p.m. All guests must be 21 or … more
Saturday, Oct. 29, will be a fun time for the entire community as the Smiley-Bantam Activity Group holds their Fall Festival at the Smiley Fire Department from 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. The afternoon … more
A creepy good time awaits, with a fun costume contest, spooky treats, drinks, hay ride, cake walk, door prizes, and a raffle at the upcoming Leesville Fall Festival, Saturday, Oct. 29, 6 p.m. at the … more
Camp House Concerts, with Texas Voices, present “The Bob Livingson & Kelley Mickwee and Friends Fall Festival Saturday, Oct. 22 with only 150 tickets available at the venue at 926 FM 1681, … more
Gonzales first responders were called to a one vehicle accident Wednesday, Oct. 12, at Farm Market 1116. Twenty-year-old Wendy Vasquez-Ortega, of Gonzales, was traveling north bound off FM 1116 … more
Local 4-H youth Augustus Sexton has earned the Texas Junior Cup top honors back to back, a feat that has not been attained by anyone else. Over the course of eleven months Sexton travelled more than … more
The Gonzales International Order of Odd Fellows Lodge #38 will hold their annual smoked meats sale, with orders due on Monday, Oct. 24 and pickup on Nov. 16. All orders are prepaid. Smoked … more
Commissioners had a lively discussion on Tuesday, Oct. 11, about increasing the salary of an Assistant District Attorney position by the same $1 per hour, or $2,080 per year, that other county … more
Trunk or treats are all the rage and one will be held next week in both Gonzales and in Nixon. Gonzales will host a trunk or treat event in Independence Square Saturday, Oct. 29, beginning at 4:30 … more
Gonzales High School proudly presents “Puffs or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic.” Performances will be held Sunday, Oct. 23 and Sunday, Oct. 30, … more
Gonzales’ Happy Fall Y’all is coming back! Join in on the free activities, including photo booths, face painting, games, hay rides, downtown shopping, and more, Sat. Oct. 29, 3:30 – … more
The 2022 Nixon Harvest Festival is being held and you are invited to enjoy the event, which is free for the whole family and being held Friday, Oct. 28, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., and continuing … more
Gonzales County cities raked in sales tax allocations this month — with three of the four municipalities  receiving more than a third over what they had in the previous year at this … more
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