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The numbers of active coronavirus cases continue to climb in Gonzales County, as 37 new cases were reported Thursday, July 23, 2020. These 37 new cases bring the county-wide total of active cases … more
On Tuesday, July 28, Lavaca county will offer free walk-up COVID-19 testing. There will be two testing sites available, with one in Yoakum and the other in Moulton from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. or until … more
The daily COVID-19 case report from Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis shows the county reporting 23 new cases, bringing the total to 519. more
Following a large spike in unemployment created by the COVID-19 economic crisis, Gonzales County and others in the area are seeing slow recovery, according to a Texas Labor Market Information report. more
Across the street from Dairy Queen in Nixon, a mural depicting relevant icons from the city’s past is being repainted and refreshed. more
Those who have not gotten tested for COVID-19 may not know what all might happen if they were to test positive. more
When former Gonzales Police Captain Allen Taylor decided to pursue a new venture in law enforcement – this time as a reserve criminal investigator with Precinct 4 Constable John Moreno’s office in Smiley – he did so not only with great gusto, but with an unbridled passion for serving the citizens of Gonzales County. more
Following months of deliberation by the Come and Take It Committee, the event has been canceled months ahead of its October date amid coronavirus. more
The number of coronavirus cases in Gonzales County has risen to 496, with two additional deaths and 43 new cases being reported on Tuesday, July 21. more
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is asking for the public’s help in finding 10 people involved in crimes during protests that led to rioting at the Texas State Capitol on May 30, 2020. more
Gonzales County reported 33 new cases of coronavirus on Friday, July 17, according to a release from County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
The Gonzales Independent School District Board of Trustees met Monday evening to discuss preparations for the new school year in light of COVID-19. more
The addition of interpretive panels to the Confederate Square was discussed as part of the regular agenda at the July 9 meeting of the Gonzales City Council meeting. more
In the Gonzales County Commissioner’s Court session for Monday, July 13, Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis revealed that the upcoming budget for the 2021 fiscal year may include changes to Constable salaries. more
After no new cases on Tuesday, Gonzales County is reporting eight new cases of COVID-19, according to a report from County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
No new cases of coronavirus were reported in Gonzales County on Tuesday, July 14, leaving the coronavirus case count to rest at 364. more
Unofficial election statistics and data show the total participation of registered voters in Gonzales County as 19.2% of all 12,344 registered voters. In the Republican Primary runoff, a total of 2,142 votes were case, while only 229 were cast in the Democratic primary. more
A total of 31 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Gonzales County according to a daily report from the office of County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
In the Friday report on COVID-19 cases in Gonzales County, four more cases are shown to have been reported, bringing the number of active cases to 88. The total number of cases, including those … more
According to the Thursday COVID-19 case report from Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis, two new cases have been reported in Gonzales County. more
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