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Gonzales County Commissioners Court Oct. 28 Precinct 1 Commissioner Dell Whiddon was absent from the meeting. Minutes from the Oct. 15 meeting were approved. The county auditor’s … more
A hit and run on Highway 90A killed a Gonzales man on Thursday, Oct. 17. According to a Texas Department of Public Safety report, the incident occurred at 3:27 p.m. The report stated that … more
Just as he did in April, Gonzales County Judge Pat Davis once again approved a mass gathering permit for Float Fest. The permit, issued Oct. 23, will allow up to 25,000 individuals to gather at Jim … more
Gonzales County Emergency Services District Oct. 17 Minutes from the Sept. 19 meeting were approved. Financial statements were accepted as is and bills were paid. Gonzales County EMS and … more
It’s the spookiest time of the year once again and Gonzales’ Happy Fall Y’all celebration is just around the corner. The Gonzales Main Street hosted event is slated for 5-10 p.m. … more
Smiley City Council voted Oct. 17 to close portions of Steele, Anglin and Commerce St. for the city’s upcoming fall festival. The Smiley Bantam Activity Group event will be held at 4-9 p.m. … more
The Gonzales Emergency Services District No. 1 board of commissioners authorized GESD executive director Eddie Callender Jr. to sign a purchase order for four Frazer generator-powered ambulances. … more
Among the familiar faces in the crowd of the Oct. 10 Gonzales City Council meeting, one distinctly new figure made her first public appearance to the city. Saddled in between public comments from … more
Water attorney and former Guadalupe Blanco River Authority (GBRA) deputy manager James Murphy briefed the Gonzales County Commissioners Court Oct. 15 on the various lawsuits against GBRA and how they … more
Gonzales City Council moved forward on two capital improvement projects and made note to discuss one other in the near future. At the recommendation of city staff, council awarded a contract … more
Though most everyone’s attention is set on 2020 at this point, there is still one more election to get through this year. Early voting for said election begins Monday, Oct. 21 and runs through … more
The Gonzales Healthcare Systems will be partnering with Dillard’s again for a pre-sell event that’ll take place on Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Start your Christmas … more
Leon Netardus, author, actor, local historian and community leader, died Friday, Oct. 4. He was 90. Netardus was well known in Gonzales for his knowledge of local history and volunteering. In … more
The 63rd annual Come and Take It has come and gone. Though the festival featured some new attractions, this year’s celebration remained unique to Gonzales.  Patrons braved sweltering … more
Former Nixon City Manager Manuel Zepeda was sentenced Tuesday, Oct. 8 in a years-old child sex abuse case. As part of a plea bargain, Zepeda will serve 90 days in Gonzales County Jail and complete a … more
October is breast cancer awareness month and Gonzales Healthcare Systems is hosting a “mammo mingle” open house event Oct. 10 to educate the community on the disease and the importance of … more
Several agenda items involving upcoming events will be voted on at the Gonzales City Council meeting Oct. 8. Council will vote closing the 400 block of Saint Paul St. for a First United Methodist … more
The Gonzales FFA shooting team has expanded to over 40 members for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. With its growth, the team decided to introduce the inaugural Come and Break It event in an … more
“Come and Take It” is a phrase that has become so ubiquitous with Texas identity that there may be some that don’t know it has its roots right here in Gonzales County. Though the … more
In honor of his late wife Vickie, Rex Bushong donated an original pencil-drawn sketch of the last stand at the Alamo to Robert Lee Brothers Jr. Memorial Library. The ornate drawing was done by San … more
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