2012-02-01 E-Edition

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Trailer lost in Rossville fire




Several local volunteer fire departments responded to a Rossville fire in the River Oaks area, in the early morning hours on Jan. 19. According to Rossville Volunteer Fire Department President David Reyes, Richard Cantu was taken to South Texas Regional Medical Center for burns on his shoulder and arms. Cantu’s single-wide mobile home was a total loss. The fire occurred […]

Civil War Re-enactment volunteers needed




Many Atascosa County citizens have no idea of the involvement of the County during the War Between the States, or the Civil War. Several years before the actual firing of a gun, there was much controversy between the North and the South of the United States. One of the problems involved slavery and that, in turn, created the problem of […]

McCoy Water names new General, Field Managers



McCoy Water Supply Corporation is proud to announce Gene Camargo as their New General Manager and Cipriano Rodriguez as their New Field Manager. The Board of Directors and Employees are looking forward to working together with their new managers to better serve the Public and their Members and anticipate a great future.

Hotel tax session presented




The Pleasanton City Council participated in a 1 1/2 hour workshop on Jan. 23, on the proper use of the Hotel Occupancy Tax. The special session was attended by Councilmembers Roger G. Garza, Jimmy Magel, Abraham Saenz and Jeanne B. Israel. Texas Hotel and Lodging Association General Counsel Justin Bragiel gave a presentation on the eligible uses of the local […]

$5,000 CASH REWARD

Armed robbery

The Atascosa County Sheriff’s Department along with Crime Stoppers is hoping that a FIVE THOUSAND-DOLLAR cash reward being offered for one week only will help solve a robbery that occurred at Well’s Station in the 1200 block of TX HWY 97 East in the city of Pleasanton. On January 22, 2012 Pleasanton Police Officers were dispatched to Well’s Station in […]

Candidates to address the public




As a community service, the Brush Country Tea Party will host a non-partisan candidate forum at the American Legion Hall in Jourdanton on Feb. 13, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Due to the uncertainty of the filing deadlines and the primary voting dates this year, all candidates, whether officially filed or those intending to file, are invited to take advantage of […]

A vision toward success alive at Poteet I.S.D.




Poteet I.S.D. Superintendent Andy Castillo was all smiles, as he sat down and talked about the happenings within their 3A Atascosa County school district. With a little over 1,700 students enrolled currently, steady growth has resulted in a few growing pains. A team focused on a vision featuring students at the forefront, Castillo praises the small town atmosphere and sense […]

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Out and About

Wild Game is SOLD OUT

Wow. When I heard the tickets to the Pleasanton Lion’s Club Wild Game Dinner that will be held February 25 was very close to being sold out I was impressed and then scrambled to get our tickets! Well, as of Tuesday, it was officially sold out. What a great problem, right? The Lions always have great food, music and items […]


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