H-E-B flash mob!



As a way to celebrate American Heart Month and get the heart pumping to a healthy beat, H-E-B Partners in Pleasanton took part in a flash mob this past weekend. On Saturday, Feb. 11 at 11 a.m. throughout all H-E-B stores, employees and customers broke out in a dance to the “Cupid Shuffle.” In Pleasanton, people of all ages danced […]

The Courthouse in Pleasanton, Part II



In about l936, Highway 281 was built going through the old courthouse square in front of the courthouse. In l939, I was one of the graduates of Pleasanton High School. From l939 until l949, I lived in other places, working at Randolph Field and Midland, Texas, then 3 years in the military. I entered St. Mary’s University and was there […]

101 YEARS YOUNG!



Catarina Valdez celebrated her 101st birthday at The Heights in Pleasanton on Feb. 7, 2012. She was born in Loire, Texas and later lived in Poteet, Texas for 85 years. She had two sons, two daughters and many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.

Happy 15th Birthday, Sienna!



Cortez/Tijerina



Hayden at S.A. Rodeo



Molly Grace Shearrer



Clifton and Amy Shearrer of Pleasanton are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Molly Grace Shearrer. She arrived on January 3, 2012, at 4:23 p.m. at North Central Baptist Hospital in San Antonio. She weighed 9 pounds, 6 ounces and measured 22 inches in length. Maternal grandparents are Jim and Tricia Hindes of Pleasanton. Paternal grandparents are Corky […]

The Navigator’s Men’s Breakfast



The Navigator Men’s Breakfast will be held on Feb. 25, at the Stage Stop Restaurant from 8-9;30 a.m. Our last breakfast was attended by 32 men representing 13 churches and included six pastors. If you are looking for input on how to grow in your Christian life, this is the place to be. Bring a friend and meet new ones. […]

Men needed for Cavalry



The Atascosa County Historical Commission will present a reenactment of how Atascosa County’s history was affected by the Civil War. Indian raids increased when U.S. troops were pulled off the western frontier forts-the county being part of the frontier in the 1860’s. An Indian attack on one of the early County Commissioners will be reenacted. We are still looking for […]

Superbowl commercial winner has local ties




No doubt you have seen the Doritos commercial in which a grandmother and a “slingshot” baby team up to take away a bag of Doritos from an older brother. You probably did not realize that the production assistant for the commercial, Jalisco Fraire, is the grandson of Linda Lopez of Linda’s Tacos in Charlotte. Since the commercial was rated #1 […]


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