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At its regular meeting on Thursday, August 13, 2020, the Gonzales City Council further addressed the controversy around Confederate Square, known officially as Jail Square.  more
The Historic Homes Tour comes around again on Dec. 1-2, showcasing five historic and imaginative residences from Gonzales' past that present the marvel of prosperity through preservation. The tour … more
At least one city in Gonzales County will have a contested race, as the office of Gonzales mayor officially has an election scheduled for May 4 — the first one in five years. Former city … more
Q. What are some good vines to use in the landscape? I want to be able to block at least one unattractive view in full sun and I would like to use some old fencing for some vines that provide nectar … more
Gonzales County reported four new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, August 13, 2020, according to data from the Department of State Health Services. more
The 97th Annual Gonzales Chamber of Commerce Banquet was held at the J.B. Wells Expo Center last Friday evening with a near-capacity crowd in attendance for the yearly fundraiser. The mood was … more
Nixon city council took no action on any of the agenda items at Tuesday’s special meeting. Council was to discuss and possibly act on the Nixon Police Department officer scheduling and their … more
The start of the 2020 fall semester has been delayed to August 24 by Gonzales Independent School District. more
The Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) met last Thursday to discuss starting a new festival. They decided upon naming it the Texas Independence Festival with a focus on bringing attention … more
Lauren Werner, public health nurse with Texas Department of State Health Services, delivered the annual 2018 Gonzales County public health report Monday, April 29 to the Commissioners Court. The … more
Gonzales Independent School District Transportation Coordinator Ryan Arellano briefed the district's Board of Trustees on the COVID-19 preparations and precautions being taken to ensure the safety of students on district transportation. more
The only stampede 'round these parts on Black Friday would be if someone's cattle got through a fence on Hwy. 183. Now, that's not to say that Walmart won't be full, but it's likely nothing that … more
The annual Relay for Life of Gonzales County is slated to kick off 4 p.m. May 4, at Confederate Square. The American Cancer Society hosted event dubbed “May the Cure Be with You” will … more
Pastor Jimmy Lammers of the First Baptist Church of Luling was given a key to the city of Luling by Mayor Mike Hendricks. Lammers was invited to give the invocation before the July 11 Luling City … more
In a special-called Gonzales ISD school board meeting on Tuesday, April 30, the board voted to terminate Gonzales ISD Police Chief Matthew Camarillo’s employment contract. The official board … more
The Guadalupe Blanco River Authority was expected to discuss the potential draining of an additional four lakes in the GBRA’s mandated authority area at its regularly scheduled meeting in … more
After a three-year long stalemate between Passion for Paws Memorial Animal Shelter and the City of Nixon, an agreement was reached on April 4 for the shelter to relocate. As part of the agreement, … more
The most recent Luling Market Days event is set for Saturday. The semi-frequent local vendor marketplace runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., July 20 at the Luling Civic Center, 333 E. Austin Street, Luling, … more
The Gonzales Independent School District uses an ethics-driven positive behavior support intervention, called the “APACHE Way,” to teach students how to make decisions which … more
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