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Sixty members of the Nixon-Smiley High School Class of 2022 walked across the stage to receive their diplomas during commencement exercises at Mustang Stadium on Friday, May 27. Emilie Janicek … more
The Gonzales High School Class of the 2022 took the stage at the Apache Field last Friday as they graduate. 205 seniors walked the stage as they received their diplomas. The class of 2022 … more
Early voting began Tuesday, May 31, and will continue through Friday, June 10, in both the June 14 Gonzales mayoral runoff as well as the U.S. House District 34 special election. Voters can cast a … more
Former Smiley City Councilwoman Lisa Dominguez Benavidez will become the first female mayor of Smiley after a Tuesday, May 31, recount confirmed she was elected by a one-vote margin. Gonzales … more
The Texas Tribal Buffalo Project Adopt-a-Highway Volunteer Day in Waelder will be held this Saturday May 28, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. There will be a cleanup for two miles along the US 90 from … more
Gonzales Community Advocates sponsored a property tax relief event, “Understanding and Navigating the Protest Process,” May 17 at the Texian Heritage Conference Center in downtown … more
Gonzales County voters cast their ballots in the May 24 Republican primary runoff for the incumbent in two high-profile races, while selecting the candidate with more name recognition in a … more
The Main Street Board held a special meeting on Tuesday at Robert Lee Brothers Jr. Memorial Library regarding a business incentive grant. The board approved the $52,000 grant for the use for 415 … more
The city of Smiley will save thousands of dollars and receive a 2008 Pierce pumper truck from Victoria County through a Texas A&M Forest Service special program called “Helping … more
Gonzales County will be giving each first responder agency in the county $7,000 per handheld or mobile unit radio requested after commissioners approved that amount Monday, May 23. The money comes … more
The 14th annual Gonzales Main Street Concert Series in Independence Square has been announced. The line up is versatile and lively, with many participants expected to enjoy this beloved … more
The credibility of a threat made by a student at Gonzales Junior High School late Tuesday, May 24, was dismissed after a quick investigation by Gonzales ISD and the district’s police … more
The Gonzales ISD School board took a vote during the May 18 meeting for the district's lone finalist for the superintendent position. Dr. Elmer Avellaneda, the associate superintendent at … more
Gonzales County high schools are getting ready to hold graduation ceremonies next weekend. Gonzales ISD Gonzales High School has scheduled graduation for 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 27, at Apache … more
Gonzales County Elections Administrator Gwen Schaefer will conduct a formal recount of the Smiley mayoral race at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 31, at the Randle-Rather building in Gonzales. Incumbent Mayor … more
The workers in the Gonzales Healthcare System were treated for their hard work this year for National Hospital Week last week. National Hospital Week highlights hospitals, health systems, and … more
The department heads got together for a special Gonzales City Council meeting to discuss their budgets on Monday, May 16, regarding budget requests. The department heads went over the list of … more
The Gonzales runoff mayor elections are set as S.H. “Steve” Sucher and Isaac Anzaldua received the top two amount of votes for their nominations. Mayor pro-temp Bobby O’Neil read … more
Seventh graders from Gonzales Junior High School traveled to Kerr Creek Park last Friday, May 13, for a history lesson about the DeWitt Colony. The DeWitt Colony was one of the many major … more
The May 9 Nixon-Smiley school board meeting covered many important community issues, including budget, HB 4545 requirements, elementary stipends, student recognition, upcoming events, and safety … more
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