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Publisher’s Note: Thomas Enriquez is running for the now-vacant District 4 Gonzales City Council seat. This letter was approved for print because it does not include a political endorsement of … more
Ouch! The City was hit with a real hard blow in the settlement of $1.825. million. The Presbyterian Seminary won in the matter. I really hate to see this happen to Gonzales. In the issue of … more
Dear Editor: (Regarding “Foster Care crisis worsens in Texas,” The Inquirer, July 22, 2021; see link on this post): Wokeism and Cancel Culture: Create an ugly, … more
Most teachers enter our profession because they love kids and want to teach. However, far too many leave their jobs due to a lack of respect; extraneous external pressure, and general frustration. Of … more
I take pleasure in sharing with the community of Gonzales, information about the Barnicks that deserves recognition.  I have known Jimmie and Sylvia for more than 30 years. … more
Dear Editor: (In regards to Opinion page of The Inquirer on June 10, 2021) Hate is ‘Negative Labeling’ of another human being, and is a worldwide, out-of-control contagious … more
"Thank you” to all the emergency workers who responded to the Adams property on the evening of May 7. Everyone was very thoughtful and respectful, showing kindness and empathy to our … more
Dear Editor, I listened to the Gonzales County Commissioners Court meeting on Monday with much interest, as it was listed that the court would begin considering a Chapter 312 tax break for a … more
Dear Editor: I am writing this letter as someone who spoke and witnessed this week’s city council meeting. I must say I am proud of the council for finally realizing they aren’t … more
Dear Editor: My husband and I were fortunate enough to be able to receive our COVID-19 vaccine on Feb. 4, 2021 at JB Wells Park, for which we were very grateful. I must express our sincere … more
The Gonzales Independent school district has created an unsafe environment for not only the students but the teachers as well. There has been unrest in the high school since the first six weeks of … more
Dear Editor; I am writing this letter as a citizen that is witnessing change in Gonzales. I live in District 4 and I have been a tireless advocate for the people in our community that wanted true, … more
Please indulge me an excursion beyond the borders of Gonzales County, Texas. I was born and raised in Los Angeles – hop I-10 West for about 1,400 miles and jump on I-5 North and exit off Los … more
Reopening public places amid the COVID-19 pandemic should certainly be carried out with caution. Government offices are no exception. Yet citizens must have the ability to watch over their … more
Dear Editor: I am writing this letter in response to the changes the city is making to be more transparent and accountable concerning the decisions they’re making. It amazes me weeks from … more
(This letter will appear in the Thursday, Oct. 8 print and e-edtion of The Inquirer.) Dear Editor: This comes because in your report of the last City Council meeting you wrote of the … more
The Thursday, Oct. 8 edition of The Inquirer will be the last to publish letters specific to the Nov. 3 General Election. The Inquirer, per its published policy, does not run election letters once … more
Dear Editor: I am writing this letter as a concerned citizen. I live in District 4 and am worried about the ever increasing price of living and endless regulations in my city. My taxes have … more
This letter to the editor is in response to the recent article about the Memorial Museum (The Inquirer, Aug. 6, 2020). The cleaning in 2013 was accomplished with Ms. Quana Childs, formerly an … more
Dear Editor: I want to applaud the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation board of directors for embracing the concept of improving the airport. These matters were addressed in an open … more
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