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Rusty Wayne Barthels of Fredericksburg passed away on Monday June 17th at the age of 37 years. Rusty was born August 18, 1981 in Fredericksburg, Texas to Richard and Jo Nell Rochester … more
Rebecca Flores, 66, of Round Rock, formerly of Gonzales, passed away Thursday, June 20, 2019. She was born December 16, 1952 in Gonzales the daughter of Refugio and Paulita Cardenas Flores. She … more
Wayne Knox Lassig, 79, of Austin, passed away Thursday, June 20, 2019. Wayne was born January 18, 1940 in Waelder, Texas to Beatrice and Alfred Lassig. He married Audrey Helen Bundick on July 17, … more
For the fourth year in a row, Shiner St. Paul High School has been named the recipient of the Henderson Cup. The Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) gives this award to the … more
The Gonzales Apaches hosted a 7-on-7 football event at Apache Field on Tuesday, competing against Luling and Flatonia during the exhibition. The athletes have competed all summer long in 7-on-7 … more
Lynn Theater patrons may soon be bathed under the bright glow of new LED lights. GEDC voted unanimously to authorize board president Dewey Smith to enter into a contract with National Signs for the … more
Gonzales’ plan to renovate the Victoria College Gonzales Center’s Workforce Training Center roof is momentarily on hold. Gonzales city council voted unanimously at its meeting June 13 to … more
Organizers of the Gonzales Farmer’s Market are hoping to improve the market, but they need community help and involvement. According to Cynthia Green, the organizer of the local … more
At separate meetings with members of the Preserve Lake Dunlap Association (PLDA) and Friends of Lake McQueeney Association, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) management said they expect the … more
A former Gonzales High School employee is under police investigation for allegedly sending inappropriate messages to at least one minor. As of Wednesday, Gonzales police have verified the existence … more
The inaugural Shiner Saturdays took place on Saturday, June 15 and judging by the attendance, the event can only be termed a huge success. Hundreds and hundreds of Shiner beer fans poured in from … more
All but one member of the Gonzales County Emergency Medical Services and Rescue (EMS) board of directors struck down a motion to cede one ambulance to the Gonzales County Emergency Services District … more
For over three generations, the Elder family has been making beautiful music in Smiley, Texas. Last Friday evening, a third-generation member of that musical clan made family history by being … more
Gonzales ISD officially made John Schumacher the district’s superintendent in a special meeting on Monday. Before making the official motion, Gonzales ISD Board President Glenn Menking … more
Luling city council opted to table a motion declaring an old ambulance in the possession of the Luling Fire Department as a surplus item. City Manager Mark Mayo urged council to not act on the agenda … more
Gonzales Riverfest, not to be confused with Float Fest, has been postponed for at least a year. Lou Garino, the festival’s co-promoter, cites a lack of time as the primary reason for the delay. … more
Friday night is Tejano night at the Gonzales Main Street Concert Series. Roadhouse Conjunto gets the fun started at 7 p.m. The five-piece band was founded in 2018 and has performed across the … more
Two years ago today, I started on the most epic adventure of my lifetime. It was the fulfillment of a 50-year life-long dream, an epiphany for my outlook on life, and was the catalyst for my … more
Clinton Henry Weston, 74, of Gonzales, passed away Friday, June 14, 2019. He was born May 18, 1945 in Luling, Texas the son of Henry and Lorraine Sutherland Weston. He was a graduate of Natalia High … more
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