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The Mighty Apache Cheerleaders raised $6002.57 for Gonzales Healthcare Systems Foundation through their cancer awareness T-shirt sale in the fall. The Foundation uses money donated by the squad each … more

Oil storage fire causes early-morning evacuation

Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office evacuated residents within a one-mile radius of FM 1116 and CR 206, in southern Gonzales County early Sunday morning, while first responders dealt with a … more

Comptroller disperses sales tax revenue allocations

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar will send cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts $911.9 million in local sales tax allocations for February. This allocation is a 6.2 … more

National gas average drops for third week

The national average for a gallon of gasoline has moved lower for the third straight week, falling a penny to $2.50 per gallon while diesel prices fell a penny to stand at $2.94. In Gonzales gas … more

Apache flames bring home awards

The Apache Flames competed at the Crowd Pleasers Dance Competition held at Seguin High School. They competed against 30 teams and over 1000 dancers, with the team bringing home multiple … more

Chamber, Youth Show seek bid pool donations

The Gonzales Youth Livestock Show runs March 1 through March 3, at the J. B. Wells Park Show Barn and Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has partnered with the Gonzales Youth Show … more

Gonzales Youth Stock Show on tight schedule

The schedule is all set for the Gonzales County Youth Stock Show, running Thursday, March 1 through Saturday, March 3. Animals will be checked in this afternoon (Thursday), with commercial heifers … more

Chamber to serve up breakfast cowboy style

GONZALES – The Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture will be kicking off the Gonzales County Youth Stock Show with its annual Cowboy Breakfast at 7 a.m., Friday, March 2. The Chamber of … more

Oil: Prices up, inventories down

Oil prices have risen in the last week, according to information from Energy Information Administration, which showed a larger decline than analysts had expected. Oil inventories dropped 1.6 … more

Come & Taste It schedule of events announced

GONZALES — The schedule of events has been released for the two-day Come & Taste It festival in late April at Confederate Square. The downtown festival is set to feature craft beer, wine, … more

FCCLA completes 'Little Dresses For Africa' project

GONZALES — Over the last three months the Gonzales High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) has completed a project where they sewed 140 pillowcase dresses to send to … more

Norma’s House seeks sponsorships for annual BBB event

GONZALES — Gonzales Regional Children’s Advocacy Center, more commonly known as Norma’s House, is looking for sponsors for the center’s annual Bingo, Bags and Badges fundraiser. At Bingo, … more

Schroeder, Schurig contested in Gonzales council election

GONZALES — The Gonzales City Council seats of District 1 Councilman Gary Schroeder and District 2 Councilman Tommy Schurig are up for re-election in May. Schroeder filed candidacy paperwork last … more

Hamilton fills voids on two boards

GONZALES — Gonzales newcomer James Hamilton was appointed to Gonzales Economic Development Corporation in January. In February, Hamilton was appointed to the Planning and Zoning … more

Motions on procedure made in court on J.B. Wells Park

The litigation between the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and the City of Gonzales added another chapter last Thursday, as attorneys for both sides were in probate court to argue motions on … more

Local library takes on science

Robert Lee Brothers Memorial Library is always looking for new ways to engage young readers and develop young learners. Not only do children learn from books, when they participate in library … more

Waelder City Council candidates file

WAELDER — Waelder City Council has three seats up for grabs in the May election, including that of the mayor, as well as two councilmen. The Incumbent Mayor Roy Ramirez Tovar is uncontested in … more

Smiley Mayor contested in May election

SMILEY — Smiley Mayor Ellis Villasana has some competition in the upcoming city election. He will face opponent Mike Mills on May 5 in a duel of ballots. Also up for grabs are three council … more

Several vying for seats on Nixon council

NIXON – Nixon City Council has three seats up for grabs, including that of the incumbent Mayor Gladyne Finch and two council members, including Pat Dingler and Doug Koenig. Finch did not file … more

Gas prices fall 4.7 cents this week

Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have fallen 4.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.28 per gallon on Monday. This compares with the national average that has fallen 5.4 cents per … more
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