Donkey basketball at JHS

New rodeo stars will be born during the wild and crazy “Dairyland Donkey Basketball Show” at Jourdanton High School gym on Sunday, April 10, starting at 2 p.m. It’s basketball played on real, live donkeys and it will be wilder than a rodeo and funnier than a circus! All local players will be riding, so come out and see someone […]


Veterans Easter Bash on Saturday

Get your dancing shoes ready for the Veterans Easter Bash this Saturday, April 2, at the American Legion Post 436 in Jourdanton. The fun will begin at noon and continue until midnight. Pre-sale tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the American Legion Post in Jourdanton or at Eagle Lube on North Bryant Street in Pleasanton. Tickets at the […]

Paisley’s celebrates 5th anniversary at new Oaklawn location

Paisley’s is celebrating its 5th year anniversary in a new location at 402 West Oaklawn, Pleasanton. It is a prime location that has been in the Crouch family for some 20 years and is now owned by Sheila and her husband, Bubba. The location may have changed but Paisley’s is still a unique retail destination with a trendy cowboy flair […]


Congratulations to all of the Pleasanton art students who competed at the Visual Arts Scholastic Event and brought home 70 regional medals and seven Area medals! Area medalists who will advance to State competition on April 23, are Mikayla Gonzalez with two advancing pieces, Ayanna Oltivero, Ashlynn Caballero, Jeremy Garza, Justin Dickey and Dania Rabago.

Cowboy Fellowship: A Place to Hang Your Hat

These three simple words– connect, grow and serve are at the heart of Cowboy Fellowship Church. In response to the growing number of people attending the church, an 8:30 a.m. service has been added. “We have been doing our best to help people in our community connect with God, connect to each other and grow in their faith,” said Pastor […]

Schorsch hired as new city manager in Jourdanton

On his second day on the job, Kendall Schorsch – Jourdanton’s new city manager – is settling in to help run his home town. Schorsch, who was elected last November for one of the three council positions, put his application in shortly after then city manager Dan Nick said he would be retiring. When asked if the job of running […]

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