Tillie Gulley

Tillie Gulley, age 88, of Pleasanton, formerly of Pearsall, passed away on Thursday, February 21, 2013, in Pleasanton. Tillie was born on August 10, 1924 in San Antonio. She is survived by her daughter, Brenda Rowinsky and husband Roger of Pleasanton; granddaughters, Kianne Rowinsky of Pleasanton, Kayla Rowinsky Langseth and husband Tommy of San Angelo, Texas; sisters, Margaret Cummins of […]

Rosa Lopez

Rosa Maria Lopez, age78 of Christine, passed away Friday, February 22, 2013 in Jourdanton. She is survived by her husband, Antonio H. Lopez of Christine; sons, Antonio Lopez and wife Sunday of Christine, Hector Lopez and wife Delores of Christine, Andrew Martinez and wife Amber of Jourdanton; daughters Gloria Cruz of Christine, Martha Garcia and husband Luis of Christine, Rosa […]

Ysidro Mejia Jr.

Ysidro Mejia, Jr.,age 67 of Pleasanton, passed away, Saturday, February 23, 2013 in Jourdanton. Ysidro was born July 30, 1945. Mr. and Mrs. Mejia were married for 32 years. Mr Mejia is survived by his wife Lillie (Santos) Mejia, brothers, Juan Mejia and wife Peggy of Riverside, California, Danny Mejia and wife Alice of Pleasanton and Tony Mejia of Poteet. […]

Anna Porteous

Anna Ciomperlik Porteous, age 95 ½, was called home to be with God on February 23, 2013. She was born in St. Hedwig. Anna was very passionate about cooking especially cakes and cookies, gardening, sewing, and embroidery. She was preceded in death by her parents Anton and Adel Ciomperlik; husband Thomas Hodge Porteous; brothers Tony, Phil, Archie, and Willie, and […]

Local Youth win at San Antonio Livestockshow calf scramble

San Antonio –A calf scramble was held on February 12 at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. 4-H and FFA youth competed for $800 certificates to purchase breeding animals to exhibit in the 2014 San Antonio Junior Livestock Show. Twelve certificates were awarded that afternoon to those who caught a calf. Lane Lanier of Jourdanton wthe scramble. Lanier is […]

Waiter, there’s a scientist in my juice!

I know some people swear by chicken soup when they’re feeling a bit under the weather, but for me, it’s orange juice that does the trick. Something about the color cheers me up greatly; it’s like having sunshine in a glass. And the flavor just can’t be beat; I especially like orange juice when it’s a bit thick and foamy. […]

Which inventor is buried in Grant’s tomb?

OK, this sounds like a trick question. We all know that Ulysses S. Grant is buried in Grant’s tomb, and that he – as far as we know – was not an inventor. But it leads us to today’s story, which focuses on several common myths, misnomers and misunderstandings – as well as a few truths – about inventions and […]

Evangelism and Revival in Poteet

Jason Dyke is coming back to First Baptist Church Poteet March 3rd thru March 6th. Evangelist Jason Dyke has traveled the world bringing the Gospel in a very unique and powerful way. The Lord speaks loud and clear as Jason shares the Gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ. Come hear Jason Dyke Sunday morning March 3rd at 11:00 a.m. and […]

The power of suffering

The Atascosa First Seventh day Adventist Church would like to invite you to the Mid-Week Connection Thursday nights at 7 p.m. and meet their New Pastor, Pastor Dilson M. Bezerra, D. Min. as he brings to us the message of the “Power of Suffering”. Every Thursday there is a new topic: February 28th -What About Healing, March 7- Why Doesn’t […]

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