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Gov. Abbott and the Texas Education Agency late last week announced the rollout of a grant program for eligible families of children with “significant cognitive disabilities and complex … more
Gonzales Boys The Gonzales High School boys basketball team could not sustain a quick start, and fell at home to Cuero, 59-50, to close out the first half of 4A District 27 play on Jan. 26. The … more
While the Edwards Association was unable to host its large luncheon following its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day activities, it is taking a different route to offer the community a meal. A … more
How did slavery evolve in Mexico, Texas, and the U.S. in the early 1800s? In honor of Black History Month, “The Alamo Addresses: Slavery in Texas, Mexico, and the U.S. from 1820-1846 – An … more
Gonzales providers which have previously been allocated doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, Gonzales Healthcare Systems/Sievers Clinic and the H-E-B pharmacy, are not set to receive more vaccine this month. more
A Gonzales County man arrested by the FBI last year pled guilty on Jan. 25 to charges of planning to provide support to terrorists and receiving child pornography on Monday, Jan. 25. more
Gonzales Healthcare Systems, in coordination with city and county officials and first responders have created and prepared a Vaccination Plan for Gonzales County. The COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be held at the J.B Wells expo on a date still to be determined. On each clinic day, approximately 500 people will be vaccinated.  more
Ten Fall 2020 Vocational Nursing Program students from Victoria College’s Gonzales Center were honored during a Pinning Ceremony on Dec. 18 at VC’s Leo J. Welder Center for the … more
Emergency Management Coordinator Jimmy Harless provided an update regarding the county’s planning of a COVID-19 vaccination clinic to County Commissioners at their meeting Monday, Jan. 25. more
After several months of discussion with community members, the Gonzales City Council voted at its Jan. 14 meeting to rename the downtown square Independence Square. The square is commonly known as … more
The January 31 deadline to pay property taxes has been extended to Monday, February 1. Property owners can pay online at , by mail, or in person at the County Tax office. Property owners are encouraged to pay their taxes before the Feb 1 deadline to avoid penalty and interest. Payments must be postmarked February 1 or prior to be considered timely. (Texas Property Tax Code Sec. 31.02) more
Main Street America and Brother International are working together to support small businesses and amplify the importance these enterprises play in communities across the country. more
The Gonzales Healthcare System released a statement Monday, Jan. 18, which said it had no remaining doses of COVID-19 vaccine. It is unclear when local providers will be allocated more vaccine for first doses, as the state is focusing distribution on large cities with providers who can vaccinate 100,000 or more. more
The Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office and Union Pacific Railroad authorities are continuing an investigation into the death of a Harwood man struck by a train on Jan. 5, according to a Sheriff’s Office statement. more
Gonzales High School Assistant Principal Wendy Cox will serve as the interim Principal until further notice. more
As we enter the new year, The Inquirer would like to take a new approach to the Faith page. The Inquirer is seeking 11 pastors from Gonzales County to each volunteer to take one of the remaining … more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $11.65 million in 14 projects to help agricultural producers and private landowners trap and control feral swine as part of the Feral Swine … more
Gonzales County’s Martin Luther King Day celebration will be held in a virtual format this year, according to the Edwards Association, which coordinates the event. On Monday, Jan. 18 at 11 … more
Gonzales Municipal Judge Deidra Voigt was reappointed to another term by the city council at its meeting Thursday, Jan. 14. Voigt has served the City of Gonzales as a municipal judge since 2011. more
After Grant’s death on Dec. 5, 2020 at the age of 80, The Inquirer solicited comments and memories about him from the community. more
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