Vote early if you’re able

I voted early in the General Election last week. And for you folks who haven’t voted yet, a bit of advice. Try to find your certificate. It does make it a bit easier and the line moves so much faster. If you vote early, you can avoid long lines on November 8 and you don’t have to check to see […]

Melva West

Melva Joy West, age 80, of Seguin, passed away Sunday, October 30, 2016 in New Braunfels.   She is survived by her daughters, Denise Dojahn and husband Stan Peterson of Seguin and Glenda Bartlett and husband Gary of Jourdanton; son, Alan West and wife Jackie of Victoria; sister, Dorcelle Keese of Del Rio; nieces, Carlene Smith and La Verne Kidd […]

Nancy Luna

Nancy Luna, age 66, of Pleasanton, passed away Friday, October 21, 2016 in Texarkana. She enjoyed working on the ranch. Nancy was very crafty, worked with stained glass, sewing and photography. She was always busy doing something. She was strong in her way and loved being around family and most of all her grandchildren. Nancy will be deeply missed. She […]

Richard Durant

Services are pending for Richard Durant.  Visit hurleyfuneralhome.com or call 830-569-2535 for updates.   

Mary Peña

Mary Cardenas Peña of Pleasanton passed away surrounded by her family Saturday, October 29, 2016 at the age of 63.  Mary was born February 13, 1953 in Pleasanton.  “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelo.  Mary was a beautiful […]

Betty Mosier

Betty J. Mosier of Corpus Christi, passed away Friday, October 28, 2016 at the age of 90.  She was born in Devine on January 5, 1926 to Oliver and Fern (Iselt) Tielsch.  Betty was a graduate of Pleasanton High School.  She was an avid league bowler.  Betty enjoyed taking care of her children and when her grandkids came, she helped […]

Songwriter Jason Saenz successful in Nashville

Music can play a powerful role in a person’s life. Hearing a familiar, favorite tune can instantly take one back to a childhood memory or their wedding day. 2000 Pleasanton High School graduate Jason Saenz knows all about the influence music and the written word can have. The son of Victor and Linda Saenz of Pleasanton, Jason is a successful […]

Villarreal arrested for sexual assault, held on 1 million dollar bond

Investigators from the Pleasanton Police Department and members of the District Attorney’s Office of the 81st Judicial District presented the case of defendant, Arnoldo Everette Villarreal, age 51 of Pleasanton to a Grand Jury.  The defendant, Villarreal was indicted by the Grand Jury on two counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child, two counts of Indecency by Sexual Contact, […]

Altercation at Texas South leads to death

Officers of the Pleasanton Police Department responded to a disturbance call at Texas South, 1933 W. Oaklawn, at approximately 12:06 a.m., October 30, 2016.    

Jourdanton beats Cotulla, earns playoff spot

  Jourdanton Indians traveled to Cotulla and “took care of business”, winning a pivotal district game that assured JHS a playoff spot in District 15-3A Division I. Final score was Jourdanton 28, Cotulla 7. In the 1st quarter JHS got on the scoreboard when Indian QB Raymond Ruiz connected with wide receiver Jared Meyer on a 39-yard scoring play. Two-point […]


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