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Monday began the hurricane season and right on schedule a system formed in the Gulf of Mexico that could potentially strengthen and strike the coast of Texas. Tropical Storm Cristobal became the … more
At a special called meeting of the Gonzales Independent School District Board of Trustees, the board voted to adopt a new calendar for the 2020-2021 school year which accounts for the loss of one week of attendance. more
Gonzales Independent School District reported its first postivie case of COVID-19 on campus late Wednesday, Oct. 7. more
The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has been promoting and supporting the greater Gonzales area since 1923. For almost 100 years, this vital organization has been involved in … 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
Maria De Jesus “Jesusa” Almaraz celebrated her 103rd birthday Monday with a parade in her honor in keeping with COVID-19 safety precautions. Almaraz was born June 1, 1917, in Saltillo, Mexico … more
Gonzales County reported a combined 18 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Friday and Monday. more
Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating the emancipation of African Americans following the Civil War, was made a city holiday at the Gonzales City Council meeting held Oct. 8. more
Lake Wood should now be known as lake of woods. A small forest has reclaimed the once-submerged land where just a few years back a shallow lake lapped at a levied shoreline that both anglers and … more
Despite the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gonzales Independent School District (GISD) students and faculty successfully held the 2020 graduation ceremony Friday evening at Apache … more
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is asking for the public’s help identifying a woman homicide victim. It’s hoped that by identifying the woman the perpetrator can be brought to justice. An increased reward of up to $6,000 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of those responsible for her death if the tip is received before the next featured Texas Rangers cold case is announced. more
Texas is preparing to go back to its biennial brouhaha that is the 86th Texas Legislative Session. The fun begins Jan. 8, and our local State Rep. John Cyrier (R-Lockhart) called the office this week … more
As of Wednesday morning, the number of people in Gonzales County contracting COVID-19 had increased by nearly half over the previous week to 151 with a third death from the virus being reported … more
The Nixon-Smiley High School volleyball team traveled to Karnes City Aug 18 in search of its first win of the young season.  The Mustangs (0-4) battled throughout its match against the … more
An open – or “bye” – week on the football schedule usually means a chance to not only regroup and have the entire coaching staff out on a Friday night to scout future … more
Although Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to stay east of Texas on a course for Louisiana, it will still impact weather in the Lone Star State. According to the National Weather Service, … more
The Gonzales ISD posted to its web site (https://www.gonzalesisd.net) that a second student at the high school has tested positive for COVID-19.  According to the district, the case is not … more
Smiley City Council agreed to hire U.S. Underwater Services, LLC to perform tank inspections for 2019. Though the city had its tanks inspected earlier this year, that inspection was for 2018. The … more
Gonzales County Buck Contest 2020-2021 Sponsored by: Gonzales County Wildlife Management Association Entry Fees: Adult- $30 & Youth- $20 (includes archery, youth, & general hunting … more
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