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Gonzales County Judge Pat Davis has filed a budget for fiscal year 2023 which calls for more than $22.6 million in expenditures against revenues of more than $18.6 million. The county expects to … more
All three Gonzales County school districts — Gonzales ISD, Nixon-Smiley CISD and Waelder ISD — received an accountability rating of “B” from the Texas Education Agency, the … more
The Miss Gonzales County Royal Court Scholarship Pageant applications are now available. The selected queen, and her court will attend numerous parades during the year, as ambassadors of … more
The Gonzales Classic Cruisers and the Luling Oil City A’s proudly present their Come & Take it Classic/Exotic Car Show Sunday, Oct. 2 in Gonzales. The theme of the event is … more
The Come & Take it 5K Run/Walk will be held Saturday, Oct. 1, at 8 a.m. in Gonzales Independence Park, located off Water Street (US 183 South). Register for this event online on the … more
The Gonzales Main Street Program is sponsoring the first annual Rum Run on Saturday, Sept. 10, with check-in from 9-11 a.m. The slogan is “why run when you can rum” and the event is … more
Each fall, on the first weekend of October, the citizens of Gonzales, along with people from all over the country (and sometimes the world) gather to celebrate the first shots of Texas … more
GBRA (Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority) Drilling requested three additional wells in the Carrizo Aquifer, pumping water to Hays County and the I-35 corridor. Gonzales Underground Water Conservation … more
The city of Gonzales collected its highest sales tax allocation in nearly eight years, a good sign of a healthy, growing economy within Gonzales County. Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced … more
Local Gonzales man Brian Jurek showed off the true beauty and exponential growth of his massive garden; a true utopia ranging from pumpkins, squash, cantaloupe and many other delicious fruits and … more
Budgetary planning is in full swing for Gonzales County taxing entities, and that includes the Gonzales ISD school board, who discussed the issue during a special called meeting Monday, Aug. … more
Nixon-Smiley CISD is considering adopting a 2022 tax rate of $1.15 — the same as last year — following an Aug. 29 public hearing on the school district’s proposed budget. The … more
Gonzales City Council tackled the topic of river drownings as the main talking point at the Thursday, Aug. 12 meeting. Gonzales residents and local experts spoke to the council about the need for … more
Jackie Lynn “Jack” Mills, who served as the first president and CEO of what would become Sage National Bank, died Saturday, Aug. 13, at the age of 83. Mills was remembered fondly by … more
A Gonzales County sheriff’s deputy avoided serious injury after a rollover accident took place at 7:45 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 14. According to the Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office, the … more
The deadline for those wishing to take part in the Come and Take It Parade for free will be at 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, the Come and Take It Parade Committee announced. Known as the “cradle … more
Gonzales County Emergency Management will be taking part in a new program through the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas Department of Emergency Management that will help track flooding data … more
The Gonzales ISD school board met for its regularly scheduled meeting Monday, Aug. 8, to discuss several line items on the agenda. One of the big items that was discussed the FY23 Truancy … more
In an effort to get the word out about dog adoptions, Gonzales Dog Adoptions is partnering with Come and Take It Dance Studio and hosting “Dog Days of Summer Meet and Greet.” The event … more
Gonzales County commissioners on Monday, Aug. 8, proposed a 2022 tax rate of $0.3071 per $100 valuation — a decrease of 13.2 cents from last year’s adopted tax rate of $0.4391. That … more
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