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A change of attitude, with a couple of big plays on all three phases of the game, was what it took for the Apaches (5-1, 1-0) to come back down 13-0 to beat the previously unbeaten Pleasanton Eagles … more
It’s common to believe being placed in a five-team district means it’s easier to get into the playoffs. That’s not the case for the Gonzales Apaches, who are in a tough district in … more
SEGUIN — The Gonzales Apaches boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams will be headed to Corpus Christi after both teams qualified, advancing from the District 30-4A meet that took … more
Nixon-Smiley opens district play with state-ranked Pirates The Nixon-Smiley Mustangs (2-3) come off the bye week facing what could be their toughest opponent in district this Friday. The Mustangs … more
7th Grade "B team" tied Wimberley 6-6. Jzyah Melancon scored a 42-yard touchdown run. Jordan Escobedo and Landon Lindstedt both had game-changing interceptions. Huriel Zamora had multiple tackles … more
Lady Mustangs win two straight In District 27-3A volleyball, the Nixon-Smiley Lady Mustangs moved up to 2-2 in district play after knocking off Luling last Friday and Karnes City on Tuesday. … more
Leon Netardus, author, actor, local historian and community leader, died Friday, Oct. 4. He was 90. Netardus was well known in Gonzales for his knowledge of local history and volunteering. In … more
The 63rd annual Come and Take It has come and gone. Though the festival featured some new attractions, this year’s celebration remained unique to Gonzales.  Patrons braved sweltering … more
Former Nixon City Manager Manuel Zepeda was sentenced Tuesday, Oct. 8 in a years-old child sex abuse case. As part of a plea bargain, Zepeda will serve 90 days in Gonzales County Jail and complete a … more
October is breast cancer awareness month and Gonzales Healthcare Systems is hosting a “mammo mingle” open house event Oct. 10 to educate the community on the disease and the importance of … more
Several agenda items involving upcoming events will be voted on at the Gonzales City Council meeting Oct. 8. Council will vote closing the 400 block of Saint Paul St. for a First United Methodist … more
The Gonzales FFA shooting team has expanded to over 40 members for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. With its growth, the team decided to introduce the inaugural Come and Break It event in an … more
Come and Take It weekend means different things to different people. For me, it is the anniversary of when I first came to Gonzales. It was 2017 when yours truly first set foot in Gonzales. … more
Over the course of the past week and a half, the community of Gonzales has pulled off a couple of amazing events with great aplomb.  The two events were the Sisters on the Fly group holding … more
Gonzales Inquirer, On behalf of the Luling Watermelon Thump Association, I want to extend a heartfelt thank you for your advertising contribution. Support from businesses like yours are why we … more
Dear Sirs, I have noticed that Pastor Clint Lowery’s column has not been included in the last two editions of the Inquirer. I have found his columns to always be thought-provoking and … more
Tiburcio Arizpe, 78, of Gonzales, Texas passed away on Sunday, Oct. 6 at Gonzales Memorial Hospital in Gonzales, Texas. Funeral services are under the direction of Buffington Funeral Home in … more
Frances Ann Gunby, of Luling, died October 6, in Seguin. Born March 21, 1947 in Gonzales, to Victor Hugh & Mary Frances Cuvelier Maulding. She worked as a medical assistant. She is survived by her … more
Leon August Netardus, 90, of Gonzales, passed away Friday, October 4, 2019. He was born April 12, 1929 in Wied, Texas the son of August and Lydia Skrehot Netardus. He graduated from Gonzales High … more
GONZALES — In a game that lasted a little over an hour, the Gonzales Lady Apaches got back on the winning side, sweeping the San Antonio Brooks Academy Bengals (25-4, 25-5, 25-10). The win … more
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