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Two of the three candidates vying for mayor of Gonzales met at the Gonzales Junior High School auditorium Wednesday, April 10 to discuss their plans for the city. Incumbent mayor Connie Kacir and … more
Early voting for elections across Gonzales County open Monday, April 22. Polls are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the first round of early voting which lasts from April 22-26. In Smiley, polls are open 8 … more
The South Texas Press Association announced that the Gonzales Inquirer won 12 different awards in the yearly Better Newspaper Contest. The results were announced during a luncheon at the 93rd annual … more
Float Fest founder Marcus Federman pitched his three-day July music festival Monday, April 15 to the Gonzales County Commissioner’s Court. Federman is seeking the county’s approval to … more
Nixon-Smiley Consolidated Independent School District (NSCISD) administrators, including Superintendent Cathy Lauer, hosted a Q&A session last week to answer any questions pertaining to the … more
There will be a craft beer festival volunteer meeting on Wednesday, April 24 at the Running M Bar and Grill at 7:30 p.m. All people who confirmed they are volunteering and who want to participate … more
Plans continue to gel for the Gonzales Inquirer’s second annual Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine Festival, as more breweries and vendors have committed to the event. CaraCara Brewing … more
The 15th Annual Boomers Sports Bar Alvis Malatak fishing tournament was completed on Saturday, April 13 under sunny skies and warmer temperatures than in 2018. Eight out of 12 teams … more
The Gonzales city council approved a $200,000 grant for Texas Gonzales Northern Railway to be used for rail improvements. The council, minus absent council member Gary Schroeder, unanimously approved … more
Just as it has done in previous years, the Smiley city council voted to close down parts of Steele, Anglin and Commerce Streets for the forthcoming Bantam Fest event. After a very brief deliberation, … more
The managing editor of the Gonzales Inquirer, Jose Torres, was arrested on suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in the early morning hours of Sunday, April 14, in the city of Gonzales. The … more
In the closing minutes of the Waelder city council meeting April 2, council member Valentino Hernandez asked City Manager Steven McKay about the possibility of the Gonzales County Emergency Medical … more
The Gonzales Economic Development Corporation board of directors unanimously approved an application Monday, April 8 from the Texas Gonzales Northern Railway for a $200,000 grant. The grant … more
NIXON — Item four caused the most uproar at the Nixon city council meeting April 8. The item was to feature a statement from Nixon resident Paula Kennedy regarding changing the name on a … more
GONZALES — Gonzales ISD board of trustees met Monday, April 8 to review a short list of action items including the sale of notes to fund plans on replacing heating, ventilation and air … more
Eight of the approximate 35-40 vegan activists who allegedly entered a south Gonzales County chicken ranch Jan. 26 have been arrested. All eight of the activists have been charged with criminal … more
Organizers of the Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine Festival have announced the names of the three wineries that are participating inside the festival area in 2019. The three wineries are … more
The Gonzales Inquirer is pleased to announce that it is hosting a mayoral forum at the Gonzales Junior High auditorium on Wednesday, April 10 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. The forum is designed to … more
People are debating what a park is again. The City of Gonzales points to J.B. Wells Park as a shining example, gleaming from top of Santa Anna's Mound. After all, it does have “park” … more
A small group of interested parents and educators gathered in the Gonzales High School Student Center Tuesday evening to leave input for what they feel the next Gonzales ISD superintendent should be. … more
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