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Council to consider loan amount, flagpole tonight

GONZALES — The Gonzales City Council will meet tonight to consider a loan amendment for a downtown business and where to stick a 130-foot flagpole, among other items. Last week at the regular … more

For your consideration: Gonzales County Sheriff’s race

GONZALES — There are two things you learn after visiting with Clay Allen. First, he wants to be your sheriff. And second, he wants to be your friend. The retired Army lieutenant colonel, justice … more

Man bites off piece of father’s ear

GONZALES — A local man was jailed after police said he got drunk and attacked his father, biting off a portion of his ear. At 10 p.m. Jan. 29, Officer Ryan Salles was dispatched to the 2400 … more

Scholarship fund launched in name of fallen paramedic

On Oct. 15, 2015, Matthew “Bull” Griffin, a member of the Texas Roaddocs, lost his life in a crash that occurred while he was on his way to work at Nixon EMS. Although Griffin may no longer be … more

For your consideration: House District 27 race

The race for Gonzales’ representation in Washington, D.C. is ramping up as we approach the March 1 primary date. Two Republicans will vie for what will be the opportunity to represent District 27 … more

GEDC talks Alcalde loan, 130-foot flagpole

GONZALES — At Monday’s regular meeting of the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation (GEDC), several action items concerned amendments to previously approved loan agreements. Mainly they dealt … more

Nixon man charged with sexual assault

NIXON — A Nixon man is out on bond after police said he was jailed for sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl. Police Chief Mario Hernandez reported that on Dec. 31, he and Officer Daniel Torres … more

Band tuning up for spring

GONZALES — Gonzales High School Head Band Director Jose Villarreal is excited for the coming Spring. His bands have been playing well and will be looking sharp, too.  This past Saturday, 17 … more

For your consideration: Race for Gonzales County Constable, Precinct 3

GONZALES — The race for Precinct 3 Constable is nearing the final stretch before early voting for the March 1 primary starts on Tuesday, Feb.  16.     Incumbent  Constable Derek Johnson of … more

Luling pair nabbed for illegal drugs

GONZALES — Two people were taken to Gonzales County Jail after police said they caught them with illegal drugs. On Jan. 17, Sgt. J.D. Holt was patrolling Independence Park when he found a Ford … more

Man jailed after inappropriately touching child at a local store

GONZALES — A local man ended up behind bars after police said he inappropriately touched a 12-year-old child. On Jan. 16, Officer Tyler Wendland met with the mother of a 12-year-old child who … more

Police explorer helps with drug arrest

GONZALES — A police explorer was instrumental in helping officers make a drug arrest when police said he saw a man throw a “blunt” out of his car during a routine traffic stop. On Jan. 8, … more

Man jailed for cocaine, resisting

GONZALES — A local man ended up behind bars after police said he refused to let officers search him and took off running — only to be caught with illegal drugs. At 11:32 p.m. Jan. 11, Officer … more

Oh, dam.

A concrete and steel dam that has stood on the San Marcos River below Ottine since 1911 is no more.  A crew from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service has been working on demolishing the dam since … more

Campaign finance reports

It’s the beginning of the year for elections, which means that the campaign finance reports roll out. If you are a political wonk who enjoys poring over who owns a candidate, this is a giddy time … more
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