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Gonzales Athletic Director Kodi Crane resigns

GONZALES — After five seasons as head football coach and athletic director for the Gonzales Apaches, Kodi Crane officially gave his resignation Monday to he accept a job with the same title at …

Big shoes to fill Whenever I write my stories, I usually have a tab on my computer open to Thesaurus.com. Admittedly, I have many go-to words and phrases I use often too frequently, so I go to that website whenever I …
    • Apaches eliminated from playoff contention

      GONZALES — A frustrating up-and-down district season for the Gonzales Apaches will end without a playoff berth as the Apaches, down 60-39 …

    • Sports Briefs - Feb. 1-7

      Umpire association meeting set The Tri-County Softball Umpire Association will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at 6 p.m. at the …

    • Junior High Scorecard - Feb. 1-7

      Gonzales 7A boys ends season with victory over Brooks Academy The Gonzales 7th grade A boys’ basketball team knocked off San Antonio …

Opinion
Publisher’s Perspective

Call of Duty: Honor the Immortal 32

In February of 1836, Colonel William Barret Travis sent a letter from the Alamo “To the People of Texas and All Americans in the World.” The letter was sent under great duress, as Barret …
From the editor’s playbook

Complacency is bad for democracy

Tomorrow (Friday) is the deadline day to file for various races around the county. In the city of Gonzales, seats that are up for grab include the mayoral position and two school board seats. As of …

This month in Gonzales history - Feb.

1836: 23, siege of the Alamo began 1852: 29, Presbyterian Church of Gonzales organized, meeting in various buildings. 1854: 11, cornerstone laid for new Baptist church 18, 50-75 …

Citizens encouraged to vote against rollback

Folks, We write to you with an urgent message. The City of Gonzales needs your help. We have a crisis situation and it needs a decisive response. The City will have a Tax Rollback election on …
Publisher’s Perspective

The Good was better than the Bad and Ugly

Over the course of the past number of days, I have been thinking about the Hot Rod and Hatters Car Show that came to town. I have heard all sorts of comments on the event and have been asked …
Publisher’s Perspective

Car show could help Gonzales

The Hot Rods and Hatters car show is rolling into town this weekend, and I for one am thrilled about the potential it has to for doing and bringing good things to the city of Gonzales. Hundreds …
Letter to the Editor

Reader reacts to ‘school choice’ article

Re: Erik McCowan’s “School Choice But for Who?” (Public Schools versus Charter, private or religious school? Quote: “To use taxpayer money to fund private, often …
Publisher’s Perspective

Rescuing seas turtle, one turtle at a time

I first saw the Florida Keys in the spring of 1979.It was Spring Break of my senior year in college, and my old college buddies Kevin Rowell, Tim Havasi, Timmy Prough and Brad Niederquill decided we needed to go play in the Florida
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