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2 men arrested for illegal drug possession

GONZALES — Two men were arrested after police said they caught them with illegal drugs. On Fri. Sept. 22, Officer Mark Hastings pulled over a car in the 2000 block of Highway 183 for speeding, … more

Noon Lions break ground on splash pad project

GONZALES — The Gonzales Noon Lions broke ground on their highly-anticipated splash pad Tuesday afternoon. It has been two years of planning and fundraising for the Noon Lions, as they worked … more

GEDC undergoes ‘housekeeping’ in short meeting

GONZALES — Gonzales Economic Development corporation met for a short meeting on Monday night, opening with a public hearing on the approval of a Small Business Development Incentive Grant (SBIG) to … more

Local busted for meth

GONZALES – A local man ended up behind bars after police said he was caught with meth and paraphernalia. At 10:46 p.m. Sept. 22, Officer Thomas Garza was patrolling the 300 block of Clifton Poe … more

Local woman charged with credit card abuse

GONZALES – A local woman was arrested after police said she stole a credit card from an elderly woman and used it at numerous locations. At 1:22 p.m. Sept. 13, Officer Alberto Carrera was … more

City to approve ad valorem tax rate Friday

GONZALES — Gonzales city council will meet Friday night in a called city council meeting to discuss and consider approving the ad valorem tax rate. Council will open for public comments before … more

Leesville Country Fair takes place Saturday

LEESVILLE — The Leesville Country Fair is coming Saturday, Oct. 14. The event, which began in 1935, is an annual get-together that welcomes anyone who loves good food, live music, and family … more

Gonzales set for 61st Annual Come and Take It Celebration

For 60 years, Gonzales residents have kicked off the autumn season with a celebration of history like no other. In just 10 more days the Gonzales Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture will throw the … more

Gonzales ISD focused on giving back, spreading kindness

GONZALES — Gonzales ISD campuses will be coming together to provide aid to Refugio Independent School District, which was affected by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. Campus principals … more

Gidcumb convicted of aggravated assault, awaits sentencing

GONZALES — A local man faces up to life in prison after he was convicted of six counts of aggravated assault on a child last week. First Assistant County Attorney Keri Miller said that on Sept. … more

Apache Cheer kicks annual off PINK OUT T-shirt fundraiser

In the last six months indigent, uninsured and underinsured women of Gonzales County have received 75 free mammograms, biopsies and follow-up appointments, thanks to the Gonzales High School Apache … more

Gonzales Inquirer launches new site

As readers may have noticed, the Gonzales Inquirer had their website revamped. It’s been long overdue. The new site is cleaner and will be a much better experience for web viewers. … more

BYK collecting to help replenish local outreach centers

GONZALES — In the weeks since the destructive force of Hurricane Harvey ripped across Texas, local outreach centers, such as Gonzales Christian Alliance Ministries (GCAM), have been instrumental in … more

Tax, city budget adopted

GONZALES — Gonzales City Council, Tuesday, set the city's Ad Valorem Tax Rate and adopted the city's annual budget. The city's former effective tax rate of $.1769, or $176.90 per $100,000 … more

Three-vehicle wreck claims life of local man

GONZALES – Authorities are investigating a three-vehicle wreck that claimed the life of a local man, officials say. The Texas Highway Patrol reported that at 4:34 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 17, Neal … more

Board, commission appointments made

GONZALES — Gonzales City Council this week appointed/reappointed members to serve on various boards and commissions. The vacancies were applied for in writing, by current and hopeful … more

Man perished after wreck on Hwy. 183

GONZALES – A Pflugerville man lost his life after officials said his vehicle collided with another vehicle about 12 miles north of town. The Texas Highway Patrol reported that at 5:19 p.m. Sept. … more

Stolen checks lead to Luling man’s arrest

GONZALES — A Luling man was arrested after police said he and another suspect were caught passing stolen checks. At 9:15 a.m. Aug. 30, Capt. Allen Taylor spoke with a Sage Capital Bank … more

Local act 'Magnifico 7' up for music award

Gonzales-based Tejano group Magnifico 7 are living proof that ambition, raw talent and perseverance can prevail in an evolving Tex-Mex music industry. When news came that they were up for the … more

Nixon sets vendors’ fees

NIXON — During their Sept. 11 meeting, city council authorized Mayor Gladyne Finch to make an application for federal and/or state financial assistance in the event of future hurricanes, tropical … more
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