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The 2019 Come and Take It Celebration generated $1.2 million in economic impact to Gonzales, according to a recent study. The annual Come and Take It Celebration happens every first weekend of … more
New Nixon City Secretary Deborah Bustamente is happy to be back in the place she calls home. Born and raised in Nixon, Bustamente graduated from Nixon High School—when it was still called Nixon … more
Last Friday, Feb. 14, the Gonzales Independent School District, along with local first responders, conducted an intruder drill at the Gonzales Junior High School campus. “Each year, we try … more
The Nixon Police Department is seeking public feedback on three potential community-outreach programs. With community-oriented policing in mind, Nixon Police Chief Chris Aviles looks to implement a … more
The filing window for local elections officially closed on Friday, Feb. 14. Local elections include city council, school board, hospital district and the underground water district. Though several of … more
Early voting for the March 3 primary election is underway and, much like previous years, Gonzales County has a polling location open on the weekend. The Randle Rather Building located at 427 Saint … more
After an election night which carried into the following morning last May, the Gonzales City Council approved the use of the county’s electronic voting machines for this year’s upcoming … more
Gonzales City Council Feb. 13 Fred’s Contract Services, LLC was contracted for the complete demolition and removal of the old library building located on Saint Matthew St. Minutes from … more
For over 20 years, lovers of old-fashioned country music have found their way to the small community of Pilgrim, Texas to listen to one of south-central’s oldest country opry. Founded in 2000 … more
Gonzales Fire Chief Keith Schmidt started to develop an idea of who the winner of the David B. Walshak Lifetime Achievement Award was as he listened to Mayor Connie Kacir list the individual’s … more
Britney Čaka wears a lot of different hats in Gonzales and doesn’t always get acknowledgement for it. So, when she heard she had won the 2020 Community Service Award at the Gonzales Chamber of … more
Local service clubs are joining the international grassroots effort to fight hunger by hosting the inaugural Gonzales Community Empty Bowl Project. Scheduled for March 5 at the Gonzales Elks Lodge … more
Early voting for the Texas Republican and Democratic primary elections commences next Tuesday, Feb. 18 and will continue to Feb. 28. Early voting is split between three polling locations: the … more
Nixon took steps Monday, Feb. 10 to both prepare for and prevent future waterline-related incidents. The council approved the purchase of a trash pump on trailer and discussed accessibility of the … more
Among the list of approved action items on Monday’s agenda, the Gonzales Independent School District (ISD) school board approved the upcoming year’s calendar as well as an addition to … more
The Gonzales County Commissioners Court is seeking bids to expand the air conditioning in the annex building that houses the Gonzales Central Appraisal District to include the bathroom. The county is … more
The Gonzales Inquirer has announced a new hire to its staff. Sabrina Roberts has been named a sales representative for the Inquirer, joining fellow sales rep Susie Bernd and Editor & Publisher … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court Feb. 10 Sheriff Matthew Atkinson told the court the A/C unit one of his patrol vehicles failed. Tax Assessor-Collector Crystal Cedillo mentioned her office … more
Showers and thunderstorms will develop across the area tonight with clearing expected Wednesday morning from west to east. It will likely rain for several hours which will lead to rainfall totals in … more
The filing window for the May 2 local elections will close on Friday, Feb. 14. After Friday, all of the races for city council, school board, hospital district and underground water district in … more
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