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Commissioners to discuss courthouse clock maintenance

GONZALES — Gonzales County Commissioners Court is slated to receive a number of reports on Monday morning, including: the County Tax Assessor-Collector’s Monthly Report; the County Auditor’s … more

Crime numbers decreasing according to chief’s annual report

GONZALES — “I am pleased to share with you the Gonzales Police Department 2017 Annual Report,” Gonzales Police Chief Tim Crow said. “It is an honor to serve this community and … more

Gonzales Royalty invited to debut in Poteet

The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture will enter the Poteet Strawberry Festival Parade for the first time ever in 2018. The chamber and the royal court were invited last week to be a part … more

Teen Action Group presents Family Movie Night

The Robert Lee Brothers Memorial Library Teen Action Group is all set to host its first Family Movie Night of 2018. The group last hosted movie nights at Halloween and again at Christmas, so keeping … more

Texas retail gas prices up

Across Texas gasoline prices were averaging $2.36 per gallon on Monday, according to the GasBuddy daily survey of 13,114 gas retailers in Texas. These state-wide prices compare with the national … more

Comptroller distributes $709 Million in monthly sale tax revenue to local governments

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced earlier this month he has sent cities, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $709.2 million in local sales tax allocations for January, 9.5 … more

Gonzales City Council to tackle long agenda

Gonzales City Council meets at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 6 and will address a long agenda, which includes Executive Session discussions on personnel, and JB Wells Park; a Presentation by Gonzales … more

EDC refocusing its goals due to budget concerns, new policies

Citing budgetary concerns and a new list of goals set by its board of directors, the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation had to turn down funding for two projects last week during a … more

Prom committee cooking up various fundraisers

GONZALES — The Gonzales High School Prom Committee is pulling out all the shots, pots, and pans, and preparing to cook up a fundraising plates-to-go dinner fit for a King — or a Prom Queen. … more

Flower Power: Leos raise funds for non-profits

GONZALES — With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, one may be pondering gifts for a special someone. One may also know how much love the simple gesture of flowers can convey. In the … more

Texas Lions Camp to welcome campers in June

Texas Lions Camp, situated on 500 acres in the Texas hill country’s Kerrville, is a facility dedicated to serving Texas children between the ages of seven and 16 who are burn survivors, or … more

Tourism slashes CTI funding request again

GONZALES — In December, the Come And Take It Committee presented its annual request for Come and Take It funding to the Gonzales Convention and Visitor Bureau. The committee asked for $14,000 for … more

Gonzales resident elected to Texas Press Hall of Fame

GALVESTON — Former Gonzales resident John C. Taylor was inducted into the Texas Press Association Hall of Fame on Saturday night in a ceremony at Moody Gardens in Galveston, Texas. Taylor was … more

Gonzales County EMS administrator under investigation by several enforcement agencies, including DEA, Texas Rangers

Gonzales County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Administrator Jim Russell has been placed on administrative leave without pay, pending the outcome of an investigation by Texas Rangers. The EMS … more

Don't let prom 2018 "Go Down the Pooper"

The MissionProm 2018 fundraising has begun, with a goal of $10,000 on their minds several industrious money makers have decided it's time to "poop or get off the pot." The students and their sponsors … more

'Making a bid' for the kids

GONZALES — Around 600 supporters of the Go Texan association showed up at the JB Wells Expo Center on Saturday night, Jan. 13, making it the largest crowd in the 10-year history of the event. The … more

TCEQ finds particles in water are non-toxic Polypropylene

GONZALES — The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality was in Gonzales all last week working with the city to determine the cause of particulate matter found in the city's drinking water. … more

Gonzales' Superintendent of Public Works appointed Interim City Manager

GONZALES — At the City Council meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 9, council business included an executive session to deliberate and take action on the renewal of the City Manager Contract. Council … more

GISD sets filing deadline for board election

GONZALES — Members of the community who want to make a difference can do so. The date has been set for a filing deadline and School Board hopefuls have until mid February to put their name in the … more

‘Colton’s Kin’ takes over Running M

Although they met in high school, it wasn’t until a decade later where Justin and Emily Upshaw went on a first date, sang karaoke, and then made not only a musical connection, but also a love … more
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