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As the March 3 primary elections near closer, the Gonzales County Commissioners Court continues to take steps to prepare for them. The court on Monday, Jan. 27 finalized the county’s list of … more
Local sales tax revenues in the new decade are off to a slow start, with Gonzales County announcing a total of $191,452.52 revenue collected in January. The January figure is only a 0.41% increase … more
Texas Secretary of State Ruth Hughs today reminded Texans to make the necessary preparations to be able to cast their vote in the upcoming March 3 primary election. Secretary Hughs encouraged all … more
Gonzales came together Jan. 20 to honor the life and message of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. A large group participated in the annual march Monday morning from Texas Heroes Square to the … more
The Gonzales Convention and Visitor Bureau (GCVB) Advisory Board kicked off the new year by funding a few familiar events. The board reapproved hotel occupancy tax (H.O.T.) funding requests Jan. 16 … more
The Gonzales Inquirer is proud to announce it has won eight different honors in the 2018-19 Texas Press Association Better Newspapers contest, including a third-place finish as one of the top weekly … more
The Gonzales City Council will convene at noon Thursday, Jan. 23 for a brief two item special called meeting. One of the items to be discussed is a resolution endorsing Mayor Connie Kacir’s … more
Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau No public comments were given. Andrea Seger, co-owner of local boutique Angels and Outlaws, introduced herself as the newest member of the board. B. … more
Gonzales County has officially joined the wave of cities and counties across the country declaring themselves as a “Second Amendment sanctuary.” The resolution declared Gonzales County … more
The filing window for the May 2, 2020 election is now open. Those interested in running have until Feb. 14, 2020 to file their candidacy. In county, the election will feature seats on local entities … more
The Gonzales City Council took steps Jan. 9 to upgrade the J.B. Wells Expo Center with the intention of making it more accessible to conferences. Following a brief presentation from Tourism Director … more
In an attempt to curb speeding around Nixon-Smiley High School, the Nixon City Council unanimously voted Jan. 13 to look into placing speed bumps on streets surrounding the campus. The council … more
The Gonzales County Voter Registrar mailed new voter registration certificates in December 2019 to all active registered voters in Gonzales County. Numerous certificates were returned to us by the … more
The 2019 property tax deadline is fast approaching.  Payments must be USPS postmarked by Friday, Jan. 31 to avoid delinquency. The Texas Property Tax Code requires 7% penalty and interest to be … more
Gonzales City Council Jan. 9 Mayor Connie Kacir announced a forthcoming “coffee with the mayor” event series. Dates and details will be divulged at a later time. Officers … more
Gonzales Independent School District (GISD) Superintendent John Schumacher announced Dec. 7 the hiring of Brandi Bell as interim principal of East Avenue Primary effective immediately. Dr. Damaris … more
Gonzales Healthcare Systems’ first baby of the new year has arrived. An 8-pound 3-ounce baby girl, measuring 20.5 inches long, took her first breath the first day of the new year. The 2020 New … more
Calling all candidates running for office in Gonzales County: The Gonzales Inquirer would like to grant you the opportunity to introduce yourself to the community.  The Inquirer are seeking … more
With a presidential primary election less than two months away, the Gonzales County Commissioners Court took steps Tuesday, Jan. 7 to clarify some of its election procedural policies. Among the … more
The Gonzales City Council is expected to swear in four new police officers at its Thursday, Jan. 9 meeting. Christopher Rodriguez, Eric A. Long, Caesar Martinez and Darrance James are the officers … more
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