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GONZALES — It’s been a long time coming, but the Gonzales County Rescue has fulfilled its promise of providing automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to the Gonzales County Sheriff’s … more
Gonzales City Council will discuss and possibly act on “staff direction regarding the position of tourism director” at its meeting tonight, July 11. Clint Hille, the city’s previous … more
Do you come from the land Down Under? That was a lyric in an old Men at Work song from the 1980s, and it was apropos to Gonzales at the annual First Shot Cook Off that took place on Saturday, … more
In January, Gonzales Mayor Connie Kacir announced the start of what she hoped would have been a “regularly-scheduled” event called “Q&A with the mayor.” The forum was created to increase … more
The Lexington of Texas Friends of NRA event will held Thursday, Oct. 8 at the J.B. Wells Convention Center, 2301 County Road 197. Local Gonzales County organizations have received more than … more
Gonzales County Commissioners Court voted to submit an application for a revitalization grant to the Texas General Land Office. The court submitted both a housing and infrastructure application. The … more
The class of 1964, in memory of the Gonzales County servicemen who were killed in Vietnam, has created a scholarship fund to graduating students and faculty members in pursuit of advanced education … more
After over two decades of serving the Gonzales community as a member of the Gonzales Main Street board, Barbara Friedrich has decided to retire as the board’s manager. Born and raised in … more
The City of Gonzales announced two construction projects starting this week: an upgrade to utility lines in the Country Village/Harrell Addition and drain and sewer line improvements between St. Lawrence and St. Vincent streets. more
Gonzales County Sheriff Matt Atkinson announced last week that he is going to seek a second term as sheriff in 2020. Atkinson, the 33rd sheriff in Gonzales County history, was first elected in … more
Country legends Lee Roy Parnell, Janie Fricke and Johnny Bush highlight a packed Come and Take It Celebration lineup. Friday night kicks off with Cost’s own rising country star Brandi Behlen … more
Gonzales Independent School District (GISD) board of directors voted to invest more than $1 million into employee compensation. The decision was made at the school board meeting Monday, July 8, after … more
Robert Ynclan, a 35-year veteran of Texas Highway Patrol, announced Oct. 2 his intention to run for Gonzales County Sheriff in 2020. Ynclan previously announced his forthcoming retirement from the … more
The deadline to register to vote for November’s Texas constitutional election is fast approaching. All applications must either be received by the voter registrar’s office by Monday, Oct. … more
Gonzales County surpassed 100 confirmed cases Tuesday night with Gonzales County Emergency Management’s Jimmy Harless reporting nine additional cases and one probable case, bringing the total to … more
Gonzales County collected $189,892 of sales tax revenue in December bringing 2019’s total to over $2.3 million. While the county’s December total is down in comparison to last … more
Main Street announced last week that the fireworks for 4th of July celebration will still go happen, even though the concerts have been canceled due to COVID-19. The fireworks are scheduled to go … more
Interrupting a short decline in the rate of coronavirus cases reported in Gonzales county, a crop of 15 new cases was reported on Wednesday. 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
The House of Representatives voted on Wednesday, Dec. 18 to impeach President Donald J. Trump over allegations that the President pressured Ukraine to investigate political rivals while withholding … more
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