Be sure to pick up a copy of the July 1 print edition of the Gonzales Inquirer!
• Meet the new executive director of the Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, Brad Cox!
• Someone has to pay (and it will be taxpayers): The City of Gonzales is looking a increasing utility rates for the first time in more than a decade in addition to an increase needed to cover a $2 million-plus bill for electric use during February's freeze. And, of course, it is looking for $1,825 million to pay the settlement in the J.B. Wells estate lawsuit.
• Did you know that there are three fireworks shows in Gonzales County this weekend!
• Gonzales High School alumus Ari Ince took fourth in the Javelin at the U.S. Olympic Trails, missing the cut for the U.S. team.
A Smiley man, 19, was sentenced to 18 month in prison for possession of a machine gun.
• Which local fireman won the jalapeno-eating contest at the Downtown Gonzales Summer Concert Series?
• A look at historical events in Gonzales hisotry that happened in July.
• There were no reported car break-ins reported in Gonzales last week. There were four the previous week.
• Catch up on the Gonzales County Commissioners Court and Economic Development meetings.
• Guest Commentary: J.B. Wells site seems like a park to me