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Hector Dominguez, principal at North Avenue Intermediate School, visited the pyramid at Chichen Itza, in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, which was his opportunity to bear our banners far and wide. “I had to fly that Come and Take It flag.,” he said. Dominguez said he had a great... + continue reading
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By Kathryn Penrose   Gonzales County Jail is rated as a 96-bed jail, but after the jail topped out at 88 last Friday, leaving some inmates to be transported to Wilson County and De-Witt County. Jeromy Belin, Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office chief deputy, told Gonzales County... + continue reading
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By Kathryn Penrose   Just after 10 p.m., on Friday, Aug. 4, a local Department of Public Safety Trooper seized 30 pounds of pure white powder heroine, following a routine traffic stop. At 10:10 p.m. the trooper was cruising Interstate-10, near mile post 643, when he came upon a brown 2006... + continue reading
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You have followed them in the highschool sports headlines, now Jarred Zumwalt, a recent Luling High School graduate; and Ty Condel, a recent Shiner High School graduate, are both set to attend Temple Junior College in the fall; and, both will be playing baseball for the Temple Leopards.   To... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
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These Scramble golfers know how to beat the heat   The August 3, 2016 Wednesday Scramble was a hot one, but two teams manages to come out on top, despite the heat and humidity. At left: first-place winners were Tanner Davis, Billy Breitschopf, Ryan Lee, and West Villiansano; and, at right... + continue reading

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08/16/2016
By Kathryn Penrose   Don’t strike that match! If you are thinking about burning leaves, limbs, or rubbish, think again; Gonzales County Commissioners have orederd a burn ban on the county. Gonzales County is not drought dry according to the United States Drought Monitor standards,... + continue reading
08/16/2016
By Kathryn Penrose   Tax monies are rolling in, according to Crystal Cedillo, Gonzales County Tax Assessor-Collector, reported to Gonzales County Commissioners Monday, at the court’s regularly-scheduled meeting. Cedillo reported a collection of $395, 711.83 for the month of July. The... + continue reading

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Hector Dominguez, principal at North Avenue Intermediate School, visited the pyramid at Chichen Itza, in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, which was his opportunity to bear our banners far and wide. “I had to fly that Come and Take It flag.,” he said. Dominguez said he had a great... + continue reading
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By Kathryn Penrose   Gonzales County Jail is rated as a 96-bed jail, but after the jail topped out at 88 last Friday, leaving some inmates to be transported to Wilson County and De-Witt County. Jeromy Belin, Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office chief deputy, told Gonzales County... + continue reading
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By Kathryn Penrose   Just after 10 p.m., on Friday, Aug. 4, a local Department of Public Safety Trooper seized 30 pounds of pure white powder heroine, following a routine traffic stop. At 10:10 p.m. the trooper was cruising Interstate-10, near mile post 643, when he came upon a brown 2006... + continue reading

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By Kathryn Penrose   To the dismay of some and to the joy of others, Gonzales City Council this week voted to approve the early developmental phases involved in bringing... + continue reading

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You have followed them in the highschool sports headlines, now Jarred Zumwalt, a recent Luling High School graduate; and Ty Condel, a recent Shiner High School graduate, are both set to attend Temple... + continue reading