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Gonzales High School held its graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020 Friday, May 29, at Apache Stadium. In keeping with COVID-19 guidelines, the graduates were seated at least six feet apart and … more
The Gonzales Economic Development Corporation set a deadline of June 15 for local businesses to apply for COVID-19 Business Grants. The GEDC board of directors set the deadline during its meeting … more
Jose Ledesma took this spectacular photo Wednesday night from his balcony at the Oaks at the Winding Way. more
Gonzales County surpassed 100 confirmed cases Tuesday night with Gonzales County Emergency Management’s Jimmy Harless reporting nine additional cases and one probable case, bringing the total to … more
Main Street announced last week that the fireworks for 4th of July celebration will still go happen, even though the concerts have been canceled due to COVID-19. The fireworks are scheduled to go … more
After over two decades of serving the Gonzales community as a member of the Gonzales Main Street board, Barbara Friedrich has decided to retire as the board’s manager. Born and raised in … more
In January, Gonzales Mayor Connie Kacir announced the start of what she hoped would have been a “regularly-scheduled” event called “Q&A with the mayor.” The forum was created to increase … more
During its monthly meeting on Thursday, May 21, the Smiley City Council received a presentation from Municipal Judge Gary Schroeder on an operating plan for the city’s municipal court regarding … more
My name is Joe Southern and I’m the interim editor for the next couple of weeks at the Gonzales Inquirer. Normally I am the editor of The Sealy News. Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic and … more
Confused? Nervous that what you heard Tuesday about how to vote in Texas was illegal again Wednesday? Fretting that you might accidentally commit fraud by casting your ballot … more
It’s a parental directive virtually all of us have lodged in our minds dating back to childhood days when our memories started to take root.“Look both directions,” they implored, … more
Hello again, hope you’re all doing well and taking reasonable precautions as we move forward in reopening “America 2.0.” It’s been a weird year so far, something we’ve never been through … more
Gov. Greg Abbott on May 18 allowed restaurants to increase occupancy to 50 percent and relaxed his earlier executive orders that limited certain other public activities over the last two months to … more
Pete Vega Jr., age 50, of Lockhart, Texas, passed away on Wednesday, May 20, 2020. Pete was born April 8, 1970, in Gonzales, Texas, to Pete H. Sr. and Janie Ramos Vega. Pete is survived by his … more
Mary Kay Bouldin Seger, a loving wife, mother, and grandmother, passed away Friday, May 22, at the age of 67 with her family by her side. She was born Jan. 15, 1953, to the late William Bowers … more
The Gonzales Apaches athletic department bolstered its staff by announcing four more hires this week, with some familiar names including a multiple-time state champion coach.Lady Apaches add veteran … more
Q. What are the best plants for attracting butterflies to our landscape?A. My favorites are zinnias, milkweed, porter weed and mistflowers in the summer supplemented by lantanas and salvias. In the … more
Starting May 27, visitors will be able to make camping reservations at Texas State Parks with arrival dates between June 1 and Sept. 7. This gradual reopening of overnight reservations will be … more
On Tuesday, May 26, at the direction of Gov. Greg Abbott, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) began reopening driver license (DL) offices by appointment only and with limited services. The … more
Hallettsville artists Blanche and Roy Cavarretta have again won awards at the annual Southwest Fine Art Gourd Fine Art Show held in Kerrville May 14 - July 3. Blanche placed second for an entry … more
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