Give a child a voice by joining CASA

You’ve seen the headlines about abused children. Each day children across our country are removed from their homes and placed in foster care. These children are abused by those people who were supposed to love them the most – their parents. Many of us often wonder what we can do to help. One thing you can do is become a […]



Charlotte Elementary School held a Back to School Bash on Thursday, Aug. 21. Teachers, parents and students turned out to get the year started with a bang. Kids up to the fourth grade were given the opportunity to meet their homeroom teacher, enjoy hot dogs, soda and a bounce castle.

Cowboy Homecoming Queen Candidates

My name is Kimbrielle Gusman, daughter of Trent Gibson and Kimbrelee Martinez Gibson. I am an active student of Pleasanton High School as a Varsity Cheerleader, Varsity Soccer Player, FFA member and a member of the National Honor Society, holding the position of secretary. All of these activities have enabled me to be an active member in my community. These […]

Pleasanton Mayor Clint Powell gives “oil busy” airport update – training his family to be pilots

Pleasanton’s Mayor, Clinton J. Powell, started his pilot training when he was 21 years old and is an avid pilot, having logged many hours flying aircraft. Since getting full accreditation as an instructor and with his experience flying he is already being sought after to instruct other individuals, some already with varied levels of experience flying and now seeking specific […]

Commissioners’ Court approves preliminary plat for Timber Ridge Subdivision, Unit II

Atascosa CountyCommissioners’ CourtSpecial MeetingAugust 25, 20149:00 a.m.Ordered byHon. Diana Bautista,Atascosa County Judge Present were all four Commissioners, Lonnie Gillespie, (Precinct 1); William “Bill” Torans, (Precinct 2); Freddie Ogden, (Precinct 3) & Bill Carroll, (Precinct 4). After call to order of the Special Meeting of the Commissioners’ Court, Judge Bautista spoke for Ronald Rocha of Linebarger Goggin Blair & Sampson, LLP […]

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