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Johnny Cash, country music’s well-known outlaw and famous Folsom Prison resident, was, on at least two occasions, on the other side of the badge, including in the Lone Star State. In 1959, … more
There are those who consider living to 50 to be a “well-earned” age, which makes a career, at one company, lasting 50 years a true milestone. Almost no one can go a step further and say … more
Come and Take It 2022 is introducing the Mullet Contest, with three age divisions, which will be held at the Come and Take It Celebration event. Age divisions are under 1–10 years old; 11-18; … more
The Come and Take It Celebration Committee have been hard at work getting ready to put on another Come and Take It Celebration next weekend, Sept. 30 through Oct. 2, in downtown Gonzales. From … more
Every year, on the first weekend of October, the community of Gonzales comes together for the annual Come and Take It Celebration, commemorating the first shot of Texas Independence, which happened … more
As the world mourns the passing of the only Queen of England most people have ever known, among them is a woman with ties to Gonzales who was perhaps the first person to greet the monarch when … more
The great John Wooden once said “Adversity is the state in which man most easily becomes acquainted with himself, being especially free of admirers then.” The Gonzales Apaches … more
The City of Gonzales and the Gonzales Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture will hold a joint press conference at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 12, to announce the transitioning of the role of tourism … more
After returning from a closed session, the Gonzales City Council somberly and unanimously approved and accepted the resignation of City Manager Tim Patek. Before the vote was made, Mayor Steve … more
The Gonzales High School Class of 1964 and Community Foundation of the Gonzales Area (CFGA), a 501(c)(3) organization, join forces each year to hold a golf tournament which honors the county’s … more
The Gonzales Art Group will sponsor the 2022 Come and Take It Art Show from Sept. 30 through Oct. 2 at the Crystal Theatre. There is a limit of no more than eight total pieces of art per artist, … more
City of Nixon water customers now have online access to their water usage information via the Get My Meter Info web portal. As part of the city’s ongoing efforts to improve services to its … more
Starting Oct. 1, 2022, the City of Nixon will no longer pick-up junk (rubbish) or brush. The residents of Nixon may take one load of junk (rubbish) to the dump on Friday and one on Saturday free of … more
The Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office is looking for tips and help in finding stolen guns and tools and stolen vehicles in two separate cases. On Friday, Sept. 2, or in the early morning … more
About half of the city of Gonzales experienced a brief electrical power outage that also knocked out telephone and internet service as well on Tuesday, Sept. 6. The incident occurred at about 8 … more
Four Nixon-Smiley High School students have earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs. These National Recognition Programs grant underrepresented students with … more
Parind Vora — renowned chef and guest on the show “Chopped” — is no stranger to the soul foods of the United States and Europe. Trained at multiple Michelin Star restaurants, … more
The Gonzales Police Department and Gonzales Main Street will join forces to host National Night Out on Tuesday, Oct. 4, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Apache Practice Field, 500 Tate St., Gonzales. The … more
Gonzales ISD is excited to announce that Casie Ehrig is joining the district as a mental health counselor beginning Wednesday, Sept. 7. Ehrig, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), will focus on … more
The Gonzales City Council, along with city department heads, discussed the 2022-23 budget and tax rate Sept. 1, as the final stretch of budget season comes to an end. Prior to this budget … more
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