Homer “Corky” Dart of Bigfoot, passed away Monday, October 3, 2016 at the age of 87. He was born in Natalia on March 18, 1929 to Frank and Winnie (Crawford) Dart.  Corky is survived by his son, Frank Dart and wife Monica of Pleasanton; daughters, Vicky Mathis and husband Ricky of Pleasanton, Cheryl Aguilar and husband Luis of Helotes, Deanne […]

Willie Arguijo Jr.

Willie Cantu Arguijo, Jr. of Pleasanton passed away Saturday, October 8, 2016 at the age of 77.  He was born in Floresville on January 11, 1940 to Willie Arguijo, Sr. and Frances Cantu. Willie is survived by his sons, Jesse Arguijo and wife Maria of Pleasanton, Mario Arguijo and wife Jessica of Pleasanton, Willie Arguijo, III and wife Adriana of […]

Boot Campaign Block Party, Clay Shoot, Golf Tourney & Dinner for vets

The 2nd Annual “Boots, Birds and Birdies,” event is returning to Pleasanton Oct. 21-22, to benefit our brave military men and women!  The event will feature a Friday night Block Party free for the military, Clay Shoot and Golf Tournament and Hero Dinner, all to benefit the Boot Campaign, a national military non-profit dedicated to promoting patriotism for America and […]

Pleasanton stuns Rockport-Fulton, 28-24

Pleasanton’s Eagles opened up 15-4A Division I district play with an “electrifying effort’, stunning the ranked Rockport-Fulton Pirates, 28-24. It was a game of Eagles “playing the pirate role” by scoring early and often, gaining what turned out to be an insurmountable lead. Pleasanton was on the scoreboard with 28 unanswered points before a Pirate TD. The game was the […]

Chief Priest Weekly Update

While the weekly report was eight pages long this week there really wasn’t a lot of criminal activity. There was some criminal mischief at the John Lott Park; a person cut the cable that keeps cars from getting in.  A complainant reported that someone used her identity to obtain property from Flexi Compras and officers took two reports of debit […]