Reunited and it felt so good

Ahhh … reunion season. The time of year where you see former classmates. Some maybe for the first time since graduation, others that may still be your best friends and you see on a regular basis. I got to “crash” the Pleasanton Class of 1976 reunion this past weekend. My friend Judy came in early and there was much to […]

New Pleasanton Elementary construction moving along

Editor’s Note: The following is part of a series on new construction, renovations and other projects underway, made possible through the 2015 Pleasanton ISD bond election. “One of the things that this bond has done that I think is unique, is that every single campus is touched,” said Pleasanton ISD Superintendent Dr. Matthew Mann. “So we have the primary project […]

Dancers in SA

The dancers of Ballet Folklorico Guadalupano in Poteet celebrated the group’s 30th anniversary, with a colorful display of tradition and talent on Sept. 24. The performance took place at the historic Arneson River Theater at the Shops of La Villita, on San Antono’s River Walk. The members performed 14-15 dances during the show, which was nearly two hours long. Among […]

Indians come from behind in grand fashion

JOURDANTON– The Indians made history last week as they came from behind and defeated undefeated Pearsall 23-19 at home for their first victory in the newly constructed Indian Stadium. “I thought it was a big win,” Jourdanton head coach Darrell Andrus said. “We were down by nineteen points with thirty seconds left in the third quarter and reeled off twenty […]


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