It’s the cheese knees

Creamy Chicken and Broccoli Casserole

I found this recipe very easy and very convenient. I usually try to find recipes that are more of a homecookin’ thing than quick fix, but this one sounded delicious and I was pressed for time. Ingredients (for full instructions click here) 3 chicken breasts, cooked & shredded 2 cans of cream of chicken soup 1 cup of mayo 1 […]

Is this “Black Friday Girl” really calling it quits?!

Could it be true? Am I hanging up my circulars?

It appears to be so. At least for this year. As much as I love the thrill of a good deal, I am not going to be hitting the stores this Black Friday. I’m old. And tired. And no one wants to go with me anymore. LOL Although, a couple friends have asked if I was going and even offered […]

YUMMY, YUMMY IN MY TUMMY



Library to get tech upgrade, study rooms




At the November 21 Pleasanton City Council Meeting, council members voted unanimously to approve the purchase of a technology package for the Pleasanton Library, not to exceed $37,000 in price. Guthrie calls the package “State of the art” and says it will help the library have more “one on one time” with patrons. Overall, $74,000 dollars worth of technology (with […]

City Council chooses Park and River Board committee




The Pleasanton River Park has been serving the citizens of Pleasanton for 30 years, providing a place to fish, to exercise, to socialize, and to play sports. In years past, a Park and River Board had been in place to offer representation for the various groups that use the park. Pleasanton City Council has instated a new Park and River […]

WHAT A ROLLOVER



Former Express News Editor dies

~ 1946 - 2013 ~


Gerald Black, Pleasanton Express news editor from 1993 until 2012, passed away on Saturday, November 23, due to heart complications. Black came to the Express in July 1993 taking over as news writer-editor for then retiring Christelle Troell. He was born to Raymond and Corinne Black on March 30, 1946 in San Antonio. He was raised in Kingsville and was […]

“Icefights” to highlight downtown Second Saturday Art Walk



The crowd of spectators gathers expectantly around a ring set up in the middle of Main Street. Inside the ring, 1200 pounds of block ice drip slowly onto the pavement, as the steely-eyed competitors double-check their chain saws and various other tools of ice destruction. Then, the music blares, the chainsaws growl to life, and the ice chips start to […]

Be careful, be thankful



With Thanksgiving starting the holiday season, it is time to offer thanks and to be safe in this ever changing weather and keep an eye out for other drivers on the road. Distractions and over indulging can add to driving problems. Have a safe and wonderful holiday. Santa’s visits scheduled Set your calendars for visits from Santa and the Lighted […]

$5,000 CASH REWARD

Vehicles Vandalized

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 report of a theft located in the 110100 block of IH 37, north of Pleasanton, TX. On Monday, November 18, 2013 sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to Atascosa Chrysler Dodge Dealership in the […]


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