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The City of Nixon has canceled all holiday activities and closed City Hall and other city offices, citing an increase in cases of COVID-19. more
Watch for Santa in his sleigh from Carriages, Camels and Critters on St. Vincent Street, Fair Street, St. Louis Street, St. Paul Street, St. Lawrence Street and Robertson Street at 6 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 28. more
The Gonzales Economic Development Corporation is set to meet on Monday, Nov. 23 at 6 p.m. in the Gonzales Municipal building at 820 St. Joseph Street. On the agenda are a business incentive grant application, as well as digital billboards to replace signage at the Gonzales Industrial Park and in the downtown area. more
The J.B. Wells Advisory Board will meet on Tuesday, Nov. 24 in the J.B. Wells Show Barn at 2301 CR 197 Gonzales, TX. Items for discussion on the agenda include past and upcoming events, concession RFPs, and the J.B. Wells marquee. more
The Gonzales County Commissioners Court will revisit a resolution to call on Texas Governor Greg Abbott to replace the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority Board Members and Executive Management; and regulatory related matters- Friends of Lake Wood at its meeting on Monday, Nov. 23, at 9 a.m. in the Commissioners Court Room. more
As of Wednesday, Nov. 18, reports from Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis shows that there are 49 active cases of coronavirus in the county. more
The Gonzales Independent School District has a new Facebook page, according to a video shared on the district website Wednesday, Nov. 18. more
Amendments to the Code of Ethics and Conduct for City Employees were approved at the Nov. 16 Gonzales City Council meeting. City Attorney Daniel Santee previously characterized this amendment as being necessary to ensure all parties in an ethics inquiry receive due process.  more
Nixon-Smiley Consolidated Independent School District and Gonzales Independent School District will return to remote learning from Nov. 30 to Dec. 4. Waelder Independent School District has extended its Winter Break from Friday, Nov. 20 to Jan. 11, 2021. more
On Tuesday, Nov. 3, the the First Shot Cookoff-Elks Committee presented checks in the amount of $1,500 each to Foster Children Christmas Fund, Norma's House, Gonzales County Senior Citizens and the Veteran's Memorial. These funds were made available from the Lodge's gun raffle. more
Gonzales HealthCare rallied together and donated an assortment of supplies for Gonzales East Avenue Primary students. Supplies included clothing items, school supplies as well as monetary donations for additional supplies and resources that can be readily available for GISD students and families in need. more
The Gonzales Independent School District has reported two new cases of COVID-19 as of Monday, Nov. 16. A statement from the district's website said that those affected were staff members From Gonzales High School and Gonzales Primary Academy.  more
Like many counties across the state, the Gonzales County Commissioners met on Monday, Nov. 16, to canvass the results of the 2020 General Election. more
Following a canvass of municipal election results, Gonzales City Councilmen Rob Brown, District 4, and Bobby O’Neal, District 3, were administered oaths at the Council meeting held Monday, Nov. 16. more
San Antonio oilman Brian Alfaro was sentenced to 10 years and one month in prison Tuesday by a federal judge following a two-year investigation into allegations of fraud. Evidence presented during trial showed Alfaro offered an opportunity to invest in Gonzales County gas and oil prospects. more
As of Nov. 12, COVID-19 data from the office of Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis shows that there are 13 active cases in the county. more
The Gonzales City Council will canvass the Nov. 3 General Election on Monday, Nov. 16 in the City of Gonzales Municipal Building at 12 p.m. The council will also discuss and possibly take action on resolutions regarding funding for different local historical institutions, as wells as for historical interpretive panels to be installed in the downtown square. more
The Gonzales County Commissioner's Court is set to canvass the Nov. 3 General Election at a special called meeting on Monday, Nov. 16 at 9 a.m. in the Commissioners Court room. more
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