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WEST — Last Saturday, three Luling athletes competed in the regional powerlifting meet, with one Eagle advancing to the state. Superheavyweight Jonathyn Murry placed third in the weight … more
The Gonzales Apaches (18-1-1, 5-0) unbeaten streak has reached 10 games after knocking off Yoakum 8-1 last Tuesday in District 29-4A play. Anthony Veliz and Daniel Cruz each had two goals while … more
YORKTOWN — This time of year for track and field is about reps. Shiner St. Paul traveled to Yorktown last Thursday to compete in the relays. Cardinal athletes competed in the varsity and junior … more
Cardinals splits games this week Shiner St. Paul traveled to Victoria on Wednesday, losing 8-6 to St. Joseph in the non-district baseball game. The Cardinals knocked off Runge on Monday with a … more
The Guadalupe River could get a lot more exciting this summer if a major music festival is granted permission to set up shop here. A workshop is scheduled for Thursday so that Gonzales city council … more
Richard Wagner “Dick” Roessler III, 65, of Waelder, passed away Monday, March 4, 2019. He was born Nov. 19, 1953 in Houston, the son of Richard W. Jr. and Martha Gibson Roessler. He attended the … more
Bonnie Jane Vernor, 85, of Gonzales, passed away Thursday, March 7, 2019.  She was born Jan. 20, 1934 in Gonzales, the daughter of Kenneth E. and Lucille Iley Witten. She married Walter Stanley … more
William Batiste was born Dec. 7, 1941 to Sam and Rosie Batiste. He attended Hebert High School and graduated in the class of 1961. He joined the U.S. Army in 1963. While serving in the military he … more
Langdon KARL Hutton passed away Feb. 16 in Luling, Texas. He was born Nov. 14, 1936 to Samuel Langdon and Dorothy Buhler Hutton in Houston, Texas. Karl is survived by his son, Michael Langdon Hutton … more
Jeff Holmes, of Gonzales and formerly of Nixon, was called to his eternal home on March 6, in Gonzales, Texas, at the age of 58. He was born Dec. 23, 1960, in Pasadena, Texas, to the late Tommy Polan … more
Last Friday was a day 183 years in the making. It was a day when 32 men from Gonzales (or with strong ties to this area) chose to honor the legacy of our community’s heritage. It was a day … more
On Tuesday, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced that a Waelder man killed in the Korean War will return home, nearly 69 years after he was reported missing in action. According to … more
On Feb. 13, the Long Branch Book Club met to discuss the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, a classic science fiction novel. This short romp through the space time continuum and the foibles of … more
Our city is at a crossroads. We can vote to help fix our city or watch it continue to struggle. Deficit spending has brought our city to the brink of bankruptcy. Our General Fund savings were down … more
The Gonzales Taxpayers Association (GTA) appreciates the Inquirer reaching out for facts concerning this important Tax Rollback election. GTA is asking voters to vote FOR the rollback which will … more
GONZALES — The Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR), coaches’ resignations and HVAC units needing to be replaced were all topics of discussion in Gonzales Independent School … more
For the second time in the storied history of Gonzales, the Alamo has asked our community for our help. And each time, Gonzales answered the call. The latest request started a few weeks ago, when … more
Good afternoon: Six years ago in October 2013 when the Museum was cleaned for the first time, the City Council voted for it to be cleaned again in 6-7 years. (You will have to listen to the audio … more
Dear Editor, My name is Donald E. Page, Jr. and I am a member of the Gonzales Taxpayers Association (GTA). I want to start by saying that I love Gonzales! It is rich in history and beauty. I live … more
If some parents had their way, vaccines would go the way of smallpox. In Texas, amidst several measles outbreaks, some lawmakers want to make it easy for parents to opt their children out of … more
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