Pleasanton native elected president of the Texas Archeological Society

It is a dirty job – but somebody’s got to do it. And the Texas Archeological Society does it very well. They dig in the dirt and promote the study, preservation and awareness of Texas archeology. During their annual meeting in October 2012 in Tyler, Texas, outgoing president Bryan Jameson turned over the symbolic president’s gavel to Stephen “Waldo” Troell […]

On to State!

Three Pleasanton High School BPA students are advancing to State! Noah Karsky (11th grade) placed 2nd in Interview Skills, while Luke Walters (12th grade) placed 1st in Individual Economic Research Project and Zade Llamas (12th grade) finished 1st in Individual Administrative Support Research Project. They all competed Saturday, January 19, at Judson High School at the Business Professionals of America […]

Zumba for ALS

The Gym of Jourdanton is sponsoring a Zumbathon fundraiser on Jan. 30, from 6:30-8 p.m. to benefit ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS is a disease of the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that control voluntary muscle movement. Local pediatrician, Dr. Lana Morgan has been diagnosed with this disease. Dr. Morgan will start the Zumbathon […]

Celebrate School Board Recognition Month

As citizens who serve children and represent their communities, individual school board members face complex and demanding challenges. Yet, few people fully understand the scope and far-reaching implications of board members’ responsibilities. All Texans should recognize the vital contributions of these men and women and focus attention on the crucial role these elected leaders play in the education of our […]




Darrow receives scholarship

Jourdanton High School senior, Austin Darrow, who has also been ranked #1 in his class for the last six years, received a $220,000 Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) Marine-option Scholarship from the United States Marine Corps. Only two other students in the area received this prestigious award, Liam Brennan from Champion High School in Boerne and Jessica Gonzales from […]

Bible Study to begin

First Baptist Church of Pleasanton will be hosting an eight-week video-driven Bible study titled Malachi, a Love That Never Lets Go, by Lisa Harper. This study explores God’s unchanging love. God won’t walk away. Even on our worst day, God won’t leave us. No matter how often we mess up, God loves His broken people. This study will be held […]

Free Throw Contest

The St. Andrew Knights of Columbus Council #8001 will sponsor its annual Basketball Free Throw Contest on Saturday evening, Jan. 26 starting at 5 p.m. in the Pleasanton Primary School gym. The winners will proceed to the District Contest which will be held right afterwards. Those winners will then compete in the San Antonio Area competition. The contest is for […]

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