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It was a dog-eat-dog weekend in Nixon this past Saturday and Sunday. Well, sort of. What really took place at the Nixon Livestock Show Barn last weekend was the annual El Perro Loco, one of the … more
Much like it did in history, Gonzales will play a huge role in this year’s upcoming Texas Independence celebrations. The city will both host and take part in several events spanning the next … more
The early voting period for the Texas primary elections is coming to a close. Early voting ends on Friday, Feb. 28 at 4:45 p.m. Early voters still have a choice of three polling locations in county: … more
The Gonzales Main Street recently announced its lineup for the 12th annual Summer Concert Series. The fun opens up June 5 with Jade Marie Patek. Playing what she describes as “marble rye … more
Frontier Waste Solutions takes over as the city of Gonzales’ solid waste collection and disposal service provider on March 1. Delivery of the new Frontier trash cans begun on Feb. 20 and should … more
The Gonzales County Commissioners Court approved bids on Feb. 24 for air conditioner, electrical work and materials for the county annex building used by the Gonzales Central Appraisal District. … more
The annual Come and Grind It gravel road cycling event is back in Leesville for the fourth year in a row. The ever-growing race, starting with 125 participants in 2017 which ballooned to 225 racers … more
Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau Feb. 20 Tourism Director Ashley Simper read a public comment from Mayor Connie Kacir regarding the city requesting to use H.O.T. fund to pay for the … more
Tour Gonzales is pleased to announce two new events that will be held both in celebration of Texas Independence Day, as well as in commemoration of the significant contributions and sacrifices of the … more
When it comes to describing just how unique Beverly Sanders’ Antiques, Art and Beer business in Shiner is, the right words are hard to come by. But make no mistake: whatever words do come to … more
The 2019 Come and Take It Celebration generated $1.2 million in economic impact to Gonzales, according to a recent study. The annual Come and Take It Celebration happens every first weekend of … more
New Nixon City Secretary Deborah Bustamente is happy to be back in the place she calls home. Born and raised in Nixon, Bustamente graduated from Nixon High School—when it was still called Nixon … more
Last Friday, Feb. 14, the Gonzales Independent School District, along with local first responders, conducted an intruder drill at the Gonzales Junior High School campus. “Each year, we try … more
The Nixon Police Department is seeking public feedback on three potential community-outreach programs. With community-oriented policing in mind, Nixon Police Chief Chris Aviles looks to implement a … more
The filing window for local elections officially closed on Friday, Feb. 14. Local elections include city council, school board, hospital district and the underground water district. Though several of … more
Early voting for the March 3 primary election is underway and, much like previous years, Gonzales County has a polling location open on the weekend. The Randle Rather Building located at 427 Saint … more
After an election night which carried into the following morning last May, the Gonzales City Council approved the use of the county’s electronic voting machines for this year’s upcoming … more
Gonzales City Council Feb. 13 Fred’s Contract Services, LLC was contracted for the complete demolition and removal of the old library building located on Saint Matthew St. Minutes from … more
For over 20 years, lovers of old-fashioned country music have found their way to the small community of Pilgrim, Texas to listen to one of south-central’s oldest country opry. Founded in 2000 … more
Gonzales Fire Chief Keith Schmidt started to develop an idea of who the winner of the David B. Walshak Lifetime Achievement Award was as he listened to Mayor Connie Kacir list the individual’s … more
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