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John Eugene Frankenhauser, 75, was born on July 30, 1944 in Gonzales Texas to the late Otto Eugene Frankenhauser and Bertha Olivia Null. He passed away on Jan. 17, 2020 at home. He was preceded in … more
It is with heavy yet grateful hearts that we announce the earthly loss of a very special lady. Annie Margaret Philippus Menking was born in Cost, Texas on Sept. 30, 1918 to Willie Otto Philippus and … more
In November last year, Waelder Wildcats boys basketball coach David Graves promised the community his team would be “the best defensive team in the state in 1A.” On Jan. 10, the … more
The Gonzales Apaches basketball program officially retired Dennis Tealer’s #25 jersey last Friday before their district game against Poteet. Tealer was a three-year starter, making it to the … more
The Gonzales Lady Apaches allowed just nine points in last Friday’s 56-9 victory over the Poteet Lady Aggies to stay unbeaten in district play. The Lady Apaches made their debut on the Texas … more
The Gonzales Apaches earned their first district win of the season with a 69-59 victory over Poteet. “It was a big one for us, our first district win as our new team,” head coach Alec … more
The Waelder girls basketball team dropped 68-11 to rival Moulton Friday, Jan. 10. The young Lady Wildcats struggled from the beginning to adapt to state-ranked Moulton’s full court press … more
The Gonzales Lady Apaches had a successful tournament bid last weekend, beating Port Lavaca Calhoun 5-0 and Rice Consolidated 5-1 before beating Hempstead in the championship game 5-0. Maria … more
State-ranked Lady Eagles open district with 2 wins The #23 Luling Lady Eagles opened District 27-3A with two impressive wins, beating Yoakum last Friday 54-42 and #6 Poth on Tuesday 51-45. Luling … more
GJHS 8A wins after ‘best team effort’ The 8th grade "A" Lady Apaches won against Pleasanton by a score of 25-21. This was the team’s best effort on the season and the girls … more
Gonzales County has officially joined the wave of cities and counties across the country declaring themselves as a “Second Amendment sanctuary.” The resolution declared Gonzales County … more
The filing window for the May 2, 2020 election is now open. Those interested in running have until Feb. 14, 2020 to file their candidacy. In county, the election will feature seats on local entities … more
The Gonzales City Council took steps Jan. 9 to upgrade the J.B. Wells Expo Center with the intention of making it more accessible to conferences. Following a brief presentation from Tourism Director … more
In an attempt to curb speeding around Nixon-Smiley High School, the Nixon City Council unanimously voted Jan. 13 to look into placing speed bumps on streets surrounding the campus. The council … more
The Gonzales County Voter Registrar mailed new voter registration certificates in December 2019 to all active registered voters in Gonzales County. Numerous certificates were returned to us by the … more
The 2019 property tax deadline is fast approaching.  Payments must be USPS postmarked by Friday, Jan. 31 to avoid delinquency. The Texas Property Tax Code requires 7% penalty and interest to be … more
Gonzales City Council Jan. 9 Mayor Connie Kacir announced a forthcoming “coffee with the mayor” event series. Dates and details will be divulged at a later time. Officers … more
There is a cancer spreading across the practice of medicine in the United States. It is an insidious disease, and it is spreading at a rapid rate. The disease is called insurance, and it is … more
On Tuesday, Jan. 7, the Long Branch Book Club met to discuss Cat's Cradle by Kurt Vonnegut. None of the attendees liked the book. All agreed it was hard to read, confusing and convoluted. Plus, the … more
Minutes from the December 2019 City Council meeting indicate that Council and those present heard from Clint Hille in regards to his desire to serve on the EDC Board. Additionally, he presented … more
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