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Editor’s note: A Gonzales native who currently lives in New Mexico sent this letter to the editor to her local newspapers and thought it would be appropriate for the Gonzales Inquirer as well. … more
We were scammed! [Last Wednesday] morning our granddaughter called in tears. She had been in an accident. She was on the way to the doctor with strep throat and hit the back of a car. It was an … more
On Memorial Day, we ate lunch at GG's in response to their invitation to Veterans and their families, and the families of Veterans who gave their lives for our country. Dinner too was an option, … more
While volunteering to clean up trash along the highway near JB Wells, I was honored to see our Gonzales Tourism Director Clint Hille pull up. He promptly jumped out of his truck, grabbed garbage … more
When I woke up last Thursday morning, I knew something was wrong. I just didn’t know how bad it was going to be.My day started as it usually does, with me picking up my phone and seeing what … more
“Every song ends but is that any reason not to enjoy the music?” – Peyton SawyerOne day in each of our life’s we all wake up one morning and realize we’re not children … more
A message to all the voters in Gonzales County. After the dismal turnout of voters in the original primary election everyone needs to get out and vote to solve the runoffs that were created by low … more
Dear Editor,Last Thursday we attended the presentation given by the Alamo representative at the Gonzales Junior High Auditorium. The audience was made up of a few interested citizens, some school … more
As a resident of our county, I am wondering what is going on in our small town. It seems that every time I open up the paper, the city has issued out a new tax, a new fee, or a new ordinance designed … more
Dear Editor,I would like to remind all your readers about the Harwood Garage Sale Saturday, May 5 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Harwood Community Center north of 90 on Dillworth. At 6 p.m. in HCC there … more
The Gonzales Inquirer’s inaugural Craft Beer, Wine and Art festival is rapidly approaching, and plans continue to move forward. Ten different brew lines, 12 wineries, numerous artists and plenty of … more
“Sometimes the things you lost can be found again in unexpected places”Many years ago I was working for a private aviation company at the New Braunfels airport and a litter of kittens … more
I want to commend Terry Fitzwater for his outstanding coverage of the recent Boomers Catfish Tournament held in honor of Alvis Malatek. In adverse Spring conditions, he did a great job of recognizing … more
The Luling Main Street Board of Directors, and the Rajun’ Cajun Committee members want to thank you for your generous contributions to this year’s Rajun’ Cajun Throwdown. Your … more
Dear Editor,Certificates of Obligation do not require voter approval. We voted the city council in and that is the approval. To spend money to hold a bond election when it is not necessary would not … more
Dear Editor,The Blumberg-Elley-Kaiser-Koepsel Family Reunion (descendants of Carl F. Blumberg and Katherine Ruff and their seven children — Julius F. Blumberg, Albertine “Bertha” … more
I read with interest the article titled “City looking at utility alternatives” by Terry Fitzwater in the Thursday, April 5, 2018 edition.I would like to see a follow-up article asking why … more
The article entitled “George Sampleton’s journey from slums to state recognition” in the March 15, 2018 issue of the Gonzales Inquirer was first rate. An article such as this shows … more
Between 9 p.m. on March 13 and 9 a.m. on March 14, an unknown vandal slashed numerous vehicles’ tires at the 800 block of Saint Louis and the 200 block of Saint Mathew. On March 18 sometime … more
Monday, March 12, I had the opportunity to speak during public comment at the Commissioners Court Meeting in opposition to the five million laying hen facility that is proposed for our county. As … more
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