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Alma Nell Patteson Brown Henry, age 89, of Seguin, formerly of San Antonio and Nixon, passed peacefully on Friday evening, June 12, 2020. Alma Nell, or Nell as she was known, was named after her … more
The Juneteenth celebration planned for Friday evening in Gonzales at Confederate Square turned into a march to City Hall where numerous speakers talked about unity and racial injustice, calling on … more
The Gonzales ISD Board of Trustees has called a special meeting for Monday, June 22, at 5:30 p.m. to discuss tax rates, a compensation plan, and to resolve the split vote on the proposed … more
The Gonzales City Council will hold a special session at noon on Wednesday, June 24, to discuss in a closed session public power utilities and contracts for electric service. Coming out of … more
A poll question posted online by the Gonzales Inquirer last week generate strong feelings about having a Confederate monument and public square in downtown Gonzales – as well as with the timing, … more
Since 1909, a statue honoring Confederate soldiers killed in the Civil War has stood at what is now known as Confederate Square. For some, the monument is a memorial to those who died, a reminder of … more
Folks of all ages in the Smiley community last Friday were treated to a drive-in movie, something people rarely get to experience anymore. With the help of several generous local sponsors, Jason … more
When the City of Gonzales holds its municipal election on Nov. 3, it will likely be in conjunction with the election operated by Gonzales County using the same ballot and polling locations.The May 2 … more
When school resumes this fall nearly every student in the Gonzales Independent School District will qualify for the free meal program. At the GISD Board of Trustees meeting June 8, Edward Wayner, … more
As of Tuesday, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Gonzales County has risen to 185. That includes the reporting of six new cases over the weekend. Three of the cases are in Waelder, two are … more
“We’ve never done it that way before.”The expression was well worn before the pandemic came along. Lately, creative juices have been milked dry for new ways to conduct … more
Even though the school year has ended, the students from Gonzales High School still managed to have a prom last Sunday, delayed after the coronavirus pandemic shutdown canceled many events. The prom … more
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic bringing businesses to a screeching halt, the Running M Bar & Grill has managed to keep moving. Owner Marlene Metzler said that despite this temporary setback, the … more
Q. Our tomatoes have done very well this spring. I think they have the potential to continue producing this fall. They are Red Snapper, Tycoon, BHN 968, HM 8849 and all the recommended varieties. … more
Dear Editor:I am writing to express my displeasure with the poll question you published in this week's paper. The primary question is irrelevant, because the death of George Floyd and renaming the … more
Gov. Greg Abbott didn’t predict that the number of COVID-19 cases would fall as the state allowed businesses and cultural centers to reopen. In fact, he said allowing more people back into public … more
Hey there folks, hope life’s treating you well, in spite of circumstances. It’s imperative that we keep our outlook as positive as humanly possible. A good attitude will not only help us … more
Lyndi Melinda Patteson, 66, of Gonzales passed away Thursday, June 11, 2020. She was born Sept. 18, 1953, in Gonzales, the daughter of Walter C. and Mazie Ola Hornshu Patteson. She was a licensed … more
Organizers of a Juneteenth celebration in Gonzales have scheduled what they call a Peaceful Protest at Confederate Square from 6 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, June 19. Members of the This is Texas … more
Today, June 15, is the last day to register to vote in the July 14, 2020, runoff election. In Gonzales County, the race for sheriff between Republican candidates Matthew Atkinson (incumbent) and … more
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