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Gonzales City Council Dec. 12 On behalf of the Edwards Association, Rev. Charles Roaches requested the city close streets for the group’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in January. … more
A new letter formally received by the Gonzales County Commissioners Court Dec. 16 states the county is in compliance with Texas Commission on Environment Quality (TCEQ) standards. In May 2019, the … more
A Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) investigation from May 2019 allegedly found unauthorized disposal of municipal solid waste on a county-owned property. TCEQ investigators discovered … more
The deadline for Texas’ Democratic and Republican 2020 primaries has officially closed. Candidates filed to the country’s two most prominent political parties now turn their attention to … more
The Gonzales City Council will have the opportunity to review applications for specific city boards and commissions and appoint or re-appoint members to said subgroups at its Dec. 12 meeting. There … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court Though no one spoke during the initial public comment section, several offered comment when the court motioned to re-open the section following Pct. 3 … more
Gonzales’ annual holiday event, Winterfest, returns this weekend. Though the weather may not forecast it, expect “snow” flurries with the festival’s usual seasonal … more
The Glory Bound Singers, a community adult choir comprised of approximately 50 singers from all denominations, will join the Flatonia Baptist Church choir for a special Christmas show on Sunday, Dec. … more
Just last week, another major production studio set up shop in Gonzales for a round of filming. On Monday, Nov. 25 and Tuesday, Nov. 26 a film crew producing an AMC project codenamed … more
Gonzales County had one of its strongest sales tax receipts month in November. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar sent Gonzales County a total of $263,017 in rebates of local sales … more
For its 21st year, the Shiner Chamber of Commerce and Historic Old Town Shiner hosted Christmas in the Park event returns 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6 at Welhausen Park. The annual Christmas celebration … more
There are angels among us, and we have one walking, living and breathing in our community. One of the angels in our community is Shae Brown. She lives in Shiner with her family and works in Nixon … more
The Gonzales County Emergency Services District #1 (ESD) crossed another milestone in its ongoing merger with the Gonzales Emergency Medical Services and Rescue (EMS). According to ESD executive … more
Gonzales County voters had their first opportunity to use the new touchscreen voting equipment during Texas Constitutional Amendment election in November. Besides a few minor issues, the election … more
Two drivers were air lifted from the scene of a multi-car wreck on Saturday, Nov. 23. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, the wreck happened at approximately 11:25 a.m. at U.S. 183 … more
The Gonzales County Commissioners Court will summon a third-party auditor to help answer questions relating to county’s use of budget amendments. County Judge Pat Davis objects to the county … more
In a sparsely attended, abnormally early meeting Nov. 21, the Gonzales City Council unanimously voted to increase its hotel occupancy tax (H.O.T.) funding to the Visitors Information Center. The city … more
Candidates known to have filed for the 2020 primary election in or regionally involving Gonzales County as of Nov. 26. Candidates have until Dec. 9 at 6 p.m. to file with their respective party. … more
All give some, and some give all. But in life, sometimes a few give everything — and that is what makes all the difference.   So it is with the founders of 10-7 Outdoors, a … more
The Nixon City Council unanimously voted to replace the roof on the Aphne Pattillo Nixon Public Library pending a future budget amendment. According to City Manager Harold Rice, the project is … more
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