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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Thursday issued an executive order that requires all Texans in counties with 20 or more cases of COVID-19 to wear a face mask or other covering in public. "Wearing a face … more
Gonzales’ own Buck Garza, a young man with a passion for rodeo, won the team roping category during last week’s Texas Junior High Rodeo held at JB Wells Park. more
During a special meeting on June 29, the Gonzales Main Street Advisory Board decided to move forward with this year’s Star-Spangled Spectacular fireworks event. more
In the parking lot of Apache Field, an Independence Day Jeep Rally is set to be held at 6 p.m. more
Gonzales County Clerk and Voter Registrar Crystal Cedillo recently offered advice for voters planning to cast their ballots for the July 14 primary runoff election. “Health of voters and … more
AUSTIN, TX – The Texas Veterans Commission (TVC) is seeking qualified applicants to serve on its advisory committees. Advisory committees serve the TVC by making recommendations and/or providing key information and materials to the Commission. Those interested in applying to become an advisory committee member may find information including qualifications and membership applications at more
On Monday, June 1, multiple law enforcement agencies began serving numerous arrests warrants in the Nixon, Pandora, Stockdale, and Smiley areas. The arrests stemmed from a multijurisdictional … more
Gonzales County commissioners are considering switching to a countywide voting system that will allow voters to cast their ballots from any polling place in the county on election day. A short … more
Students advancing into the fifth grade this fall will be staying at Gonzales Elementary School rather than moving on to North Avenue Intermediate School. That decision was made in a 6-1 vote of … more
Unless Gov. Greg Abbott shuts down public gatherings between now and Independence Day for COVID-19 pandemic concerns, the annual Star Spangled Spectacular will go on with both fireworks and … more
The number of COVID-19 cases in Gonzales County is nearing the 200 mark as additional cases were reported this week. As of Tuesday, the count was at 197 with 177 recoveries and four deaths. … more
The Juneteenth celebration planned for Friday evening in Gonzales at Confederate Square turned into a march to City Hall where numerous speakers talked about unity and racial injustice, calling on … more
The Gonzales ISD Board of Trustees has called a special meeting for Monday, June 22, at 5:30 p.m. to discuss tax rates, a compensation plan, and to resolve the split vote on the proposed … more
The Gonzales City Council will hold a special session at noon on Wednesday, June 24, to discuss in a closed session public power utilities and contracts for electric service. Coming out of … more
A poll question posted online by the Gonzales Inquirer last week generate strong feelings about having a Confederate monument and public square in downtown Gonzales – as well as with the timing, … more
Since 1909, a statue honoring Confederate soldiers killed in the Civil War has stood at what is now known as Confederate Square. For some, the monument is a memorial to those who died, a reminder of … more
Folks of all ages in the Smiley community last Friday were treated to a drive-in movie, something people rarely get to experience anymore. With the help of several generous local sponsors, Jason … more
When the City of Gonzales holds its municipal election on Nov. 3, it will likely be in conjunction with the election operated by Gonzales County using the same ballot and polling locations.The May 2 … more
When school resumes this fall nearly every student in the Gonzales Independent School District will qualify for the free meal program. At the GISD Board of Trustees meeting June 8, Edward Wayner, … more
As of Tuesday, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Gonzales County has risen to 185. That includes the reporting of six new cases over the weekend. Three of the cases are in Waelder, two are … more
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