On Saturday morning Lesley McMillan woke to the devastating news that her flower shop, Lesley’s Flowers & Gifts was on fire.
By Robbie Hamby, Managing Editor
Cowboy Homecoming and Turn N Burn are joining together March 9-11 to bring you the biggest party and cook-off Pleasanton has ever seen.
By Erika Vela, Special Assignments Editor
Pleasanton Chief Ronald Sanchez was surprised by family, friends and co-workers on Friday, February 10 to show their gratitude for his dedication on the force for the past 20 years.
It was a week of nice weather and limited crime. We only had two arrests last week and both were for felony charges for evading arrest with a motor vehicle. Ofc.
By Richey Priest, Chief of Lytle Police
On Monday we had our groundbreaking for the new Atascosa County Justice Center. This will house two modern, secure criminal and civil courtrooms with offices for up to 4 judges. Judge Ellison, wh
By Judge Robert L. Hurley, Atascosa County Judge
Going through old issues of the Pleasanton Express we found some Valentines’ ads of kiddos.
By Sue Brown, Editor
Registration is now open for the Wild Bill Cowboy Gallop, in honor of “Wild Bill” Wilkerson (our beloved boss & founder of the Cowboy Gallop) who passed away in 2015.
DILLEY—The importance of momentum in sports is amplified in the postseason.