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Mat & Sarah Rideout are Christian missionaries who operate an orphan retreat center in Haiti., where about 7,000 Haitian orphans a year visit the center. The Chadasha Foundation is an international non-profit that provides spiritual and physical healing to the poorest of poor in Haiti... + continue reading
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FIRST RESPONDER- Prosperity Bank in Gonzales hosted a First Responders appreciation event on Sept. 9. Local bank employees were on hand to show appreciation for the service of police, fire and EMTs.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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By Kathryn Penrose   After much deliberation, Gonzales City Council tabled action on signing a new maintenance agreement with TxDot. The standard agreement is decades old and the city has been putting off renewing the document because of one section, written in a way... + continue reading
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Gonzales Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture Member of the Month was awarded to Scott Dierlam/State Farm Insurance, on Friday, Sept. 9. Chamber members met in the Elks parking lot at to present the surprise award at 10 a.m.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading
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An estimated 600 supporters of the National Rifle Association attended  the 14th Annual Fundraising Dinner and Auction. Held at the J.B. Wells Expo Center, attendees particpated in a live and silent auction. Prior to the Gonzales event, Friends of the NRA in Texas South had raised... + continue reading

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09/16/2016
GONZALES – Pokémon Go may be one of the hottest new smartphone games around, but it can also be potentially dangerous. The Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative reminds players of all ages to stay away from power lines, transformers and substations while playing this mobile app... + continue reading
08/29/2016
By Kathryn Penrose   NIXON – Manuel Zepeda, Nixon city administrator, is facing felony charges of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child and Improper Relationship Between an Educator and Student is officially on administrative leave. The decision was made during a... + continue reading

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By Kathryn Penrose   After much deliberation, Gonzales City Council tabled action on signing a new maintenance agreement with TxDot. The standard agreement is decades old and the city has been putting off renewing the document because of one section, written in a way... + continue reading
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FIRST RESPONDER- Prosperity Bank in Gonzales hosted a First Responders appreciation event on Sept. 9. Local bank employees were on hand to show appreciation for the service of police, fire and EMTs.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition  + continue reading
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Mat & Sarah Rideout are Christian missionaries who operate an orphan retreat center in Haiti., where about 7,000 Haitian orphans a year visit the center. The Chadasha Foundation is an international non-profit that provides spiritual and physical healing to the poorest of poor in Haiti... + continue reading

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By Kathryn Penrose   NIXON – Manuel Zepeda, Nixon city administrator, is facing felony charges of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child and Improper Relationship... + continue reading

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08/29/2016
2016 UIL Region IV Cross Country Championship: Date: Saturday 29 October 2016 Location: Islander Cross Country course on the grounds of the TAMU-Corpus Christi Dugan track... + continue reading