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The Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau welcomes the community to the upcoming Texas Travel Associations’ Lunch & Learn, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, May 19, at the Riverside … more
The Gonzales Inquirer had a rare opportunity to be on the side of the desk asking questions recently at the doctors’ office. Dr. Kathleen M. Koerner was gracious with her time and answered … more
Antonia Gonzales, the food service manager for Gonzales Healthcare Systems, is an amazing community leader and inspiration woman. Affectionately known as Toni, she has been with Gonzales … more
This July, there will be 20 kids who have an opportunity to take part in the 2022 Gonzales County 4-H Agriculture Camp. This event will be held July 11-13, with tours of agriculture production … more
Allen Linebrink, deputy chief of operations at Gonzales County Emergency Services District #1, invites the community to attend a training event at 5:30 p.m. May 19 at Fellowship Hall, 426 Saint Paul … more
It was a moment that will remain frozen in time. A young Hispanic woman comes in from picking cotton in fields outside Nixon to get her bag weighed. Eusebio Cortez’ camera captured the image … more
The Gonzales Independent School District Board of Trustees will give a second-round interview to three candidates for superintendent after holding six initial interviews last week.School board … more
First responders recovered the body of a 22-year-old Nixon man who went missing Sunday evening in the Guadalupe River near the Gonzales city dam. The body of Daniel Cruz was recovered by Texas … more
Gonzales and Harwood area residents woke up early Monday morning to an unexpected power outage following stormy conditions. City electric superintendent Nick DeLeon stated that the power was out for … more
Deborah M. Bustamente is the new Smiley city secretary after she was hired at a special called Smiley City Council meeting on Thursday, April 28. Her first official day at work was Monday, May … more
Gonzales Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture executive director Brad Cox has submitted his resignation from the position he has held since last June. Cox’s last official day with the … more
Mom does so much for everyone, so do something great for her. Spend the day in gardens she doesn’t have to tend, admiring flowers she doesn’t have to plant, enjoying beautiful historic … more
Gonzales-based Graham Land & Cattle will be featured on a Season 3 episode of the popular TV series BBQuest this summer, the Texas Beef Council announced. BBQuest host Kelsey Pribilski and … more
The city of Nixon will be seeking a new city secretary after Deborah M. Bustamente left the position earlier this month. Nixon City Manager Harold Rice said Bustamente voluntarily resigned from … more
What better place to celebrate a historic holiday than a historic town like Gonzales, Texas? Come celebrate the first inaugural Cinco de Mayo Festival on Saturday, May 7. There will be live music, … more
The city of Gonzales saw a 36.2 percent jump in sales tax allocations in April 2022 compared to the same month last year — a great sign that the local economy continues to grow more than two … more
Unemployment in Gonzales County decreased from 3.4 percent in February 2022 to 2.7 percent in March 2022, the lowest rate of all seven counties which comprise the Golden Crescent Workforce … more
Local business owner Kayla Craven walks briskly around her well-appointed and inviting store, Crew, working side by side with an employee before taking a break to speak to the Inquirer. While … more
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The City of Nixon has issued an ordinance, effective Monday, April 11, no longer allowing mobile homes within the city limits. This ban will include Morgan buildings, CONEX (Container Express) … more
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