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NIXON — Nixon-Smiley came out the second half struggling to score, allowing Poth to outscore the Mustangs 15-2 in the third quarter, eventually losing to the Pirates 53-33 to drop to 0-2 in … more
NIXON — The Nixon-Smiley Lady Mustangs could not keep up with the #14 Poth Pirates on Tuesday, losing 58-29 to drop to 0-4 in District 27-3A. “We had 31 turnovers,” Mustangs … more
Apaches stay within reach of a playoff berth The Gonzales Apaches beat San Antonio Brooks Academy 54-47 in boys basketball to stay within striking district of the playoffs. The Apaches are 2-3 in … more
Vivian Annie Benton, age 98, of Gonzales, Texas, passed away on Tuesday Jan. 21, 2020. Vivian was born Aug. 1, 1921 in Dallas, Oregon, to Annie and Jacob Neufeldt. In the summer of 1929, her … more
Gonzales came together Jan. 20 to honor the life and message of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. A large group participated in the annual march Monday morning from Texas Heroes Square to the … more
The Gonzales Convention and Visitor Bureau (GCVB) Advisory Board kicked off the new year by funding a few familiar events. The board reapproved hotel occupancy tax (H.O.T.) funding requests Jan. 16 … more
The Gonzales Inquirer is proud to announce it has won eight different honors in the 2018-19 Texas Press Association Better Newspapers contest, including a third-place finish as one of the top weekly … more
The Gonzales City Council will convene at noon Thursday, Jan. 23 for a brief two item special called meeting. One of the items to be discussed is a resolution endorsing Mayor Connie Kacir’s … more
Gonzales Convention and Visitors Bureau No public comments were given. Andrea Seger, co-owner of local boutique Angels and Outlaws, introduced herself as the newest member of the board. B. … more
Over the course of the past few weeks a number of people have complained to me about Gonzales, the business community and the city. I listened politely, but quite frankly, it irritates me to no end. … more
To the editor in charge of publishing Letters to the Editor in the Gonzales Inquirer: My young years were happily spent growing up in Gonzales, my family’s hometown. Most all my elderly … more
Dear Editor, Where in the U.S. Constitution does it say criminals are guaranteed a free lawyer as soon as they commit a crime, yet law-abiding citizens have to pay if a legal matter arises? The … more
Editor: In this time of division and power grabbing in our world and our country that has led to a locked in view of most of our population, it is time to listen to the words of Carl Sagan. His … more
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
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