Aaron Apperson and Del De Los Santos, Gonzales County’s first same-sex marriage license recipients, relax on their pergola swing in the back garden of their Gonzales home. The couple went for their marriage license Monday morning, after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality the Friday before. Staff photo by Kathryn Penrose
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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By Kathryn Penrose/news@gonzalescannon.com   The Supreme Court has legalized gay marriage in every state, but Texas lawmakers are resistant to follow the ruling of the Supreme Court. Texas was one of 13 states that banned gay marriage before the Supreme Court ruled last Friday that those... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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By Kathryn Penrose/news@gonzalescannon.com   NIXON -- Nixon has seen a lot of change since Manuel Zepeda, city manager, came on board. The city had improved the entrance to the city and overhauled city hall, now the city is headed for more change. Zepeda and Hector Dominguez, mayor, went... + continue reading

James DeBord, right, herds some bulls just outside Madison Square Garden in downtown New York City.
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James DeBord ropes a bull during one of his events a few years back.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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By Kathryn Penrose/news@gonzalescannon.com   Local Professional Bull Riders pickup man, James DeBord, has studied up for the test of agility, perception and timing, that comes with the job he does. Some may think that bull riders are the only rodeo souls requiring finesse, but DeBord knows... + continue reading
Sunday, June 28, 2015
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By Chris Johnson/news@gonzalescannon.com Note to reader: This article is intended to only be an introduction. Greater coverage of this case will be printed in The Cannon on July 2. GONZALES – On the evening of Thursday, June 25, Gonzales County Judge David Bird announced a mistrial in... + continue reading

Vince Vance left his Valiants on stage so he could woo, croon and get up close and personal with Susan De Leon, one of his many fans, Friday night at Confederate Square, during the Main Street Summer Concert series. Staff photo by Kathryn Penrose
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The fourth concert in a 5-band series of performers to play during the 2015 Main Street Summer Concert Series will take place this Friday night (June 26) as David Lee Garza y Los Musicales (left) take the stage at 7 p.m. on Confederate Square. Get there early and pick out a good spot to sit, because it will be packed!
Friday, June 26, 2015
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The sound of Friday nights on Confederate Square changes this week. So far, the Main Street Summer Concert Series has highlighted country singers, fiddlers including: Rumor Town, The Jason Roberts Band; and, showcased an off-beat performance by New Orleans Music Hall of Fame inductee Vince Vance... + continue reading

Aaron Apperson and Del De Los Santos, Gonzales County’s first same-sex marriage license recipients, relax on their pergola swing in the back garden of their Gonzales home. The couple went for their marriage license Monday morning, after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality the Friday before. Staff photo by Kathryn Penrose

James DeBord, right, herds some bulls just outside Madison Square Garden in downtown New York City.
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James DeBord ropes a bull during one of his events a few years back.

Vince Vance left his Valiants on stage so he could woo, croon and get up close and personal with Susan De Leon, one of his many fans, Friday night at Confederate Square, during the Main Street Summer Concert series. Staff photo by Kathryn Penrose
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The fourth concert in a 5-band series of performers to play during the 2015 Main Street Summer Concert Series will take place this Friday night (June 26) as David Lee Garza y Los Musicales (left) take the stage at 7 p.m. on Confederate Square. Get there early and pick out a good spot to sit, because it will be packed!

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07/01/2015
When you’re looking for a band in the Texas area, one name stands out above the rest. The Emotions! Their reputation for excellence, professionalism and pure entertainment make them the number one choice in bands. From Dallas to San Antonio to Houston and all towns around and between, The... + continue reading
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By Kathryn Penrose/news@gonzalescannon.com   The annual Star Spangled Spectacular is set to light up the night with fireworks, show off Gonzales-style patriotism with a decorated bicycle parade and thrill onlookers and dancers with a live performance by The Emotions Band, all to celebrate... + continue reading

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The featured entertainment downtown on Saturday night will feature the ever-popular Emotions Band, who will take to the stage ay 7:30 p.m. Band members are: Justin Thompson – Lead Vocals and Guitar; Kate Rowan – Lead Vocals; Calvin Drozd - Keyboards; Juan Rivero - Lead Guitar and Vocals; Austin Popp - Drums and Vocals; Oscar Urdaneta - Bass Guitar; Nathan Hanna- Lead Guitar and Vocals; Pete Salinas - Sound Engineer; and Braden Drozd, Light Technician.
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When you’re looking for a band in the Texas area, one name stands out above the rest. The Emotions! Their reputation for excellence, professionalism and pure entertainment make them the number... + continue reading

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The Gonzales Lady Apaches basketball team held a week-long camp last week for players in grades 2 through the high school level.  The younger campers worked on all of their basketball skills... + continue reading

First Place: Frank, Ciara, Krystan and Cliff Ingram; Justin Staton and Derrick Smith
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Second Place: Billy Breitschopf, Ryann and DeAnn Atkinson, Eddie Martinez and Justin Kloesel.
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3rd Place Winning Team of the Tournament... Gary Schroeder, (not pictured Kenneth Brown, Jarred Boehm, Travis Tresner
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