Cowboy Homecoming and Turn N Burn are joining together March 9-11 to bring you the biggest party and cook-off Pleasanton has ever seen. Its estimated 150 teams or more will enter the contest which takes place at the Atascosa River Park. Competition is fierce in three categories: mouth watering beef brisket, pork spare ribs and chicken. Officials are expecting that […]
Pleasanton Chief Ronald Sanchez was surprised by family, friends and co-workers on Friday, February 10 to show their gratitude for his dedication on the force for the past 20 years. Pictured are (from, left) son Ronald Sanchez Jr., daughter Jessica Carrasco, wife Feliciana Sanchez, Pleasanton Police Chief Ronald Sanchez, son Joe Robert Sanchez, (front) granddaughter Makenna Carrasco. Congratulations Chief.
Approximately 70 concerned area residents gathered on Old Applewhite Road on Feb. 9, to hear updates on the proposed frac sand mine processing plant. Many of the residents turned in lists of petition signatures upon arriving. Not Just Dust- Bruce Rd. spokesperson Russell Wilson began with a summary of public meetings he and others have attended, such as Poteet City […]
Pleasanton Express Photo by Erika Vela The Poteet ISD Board of Trustees dedicated the high school to beloved educator, Mary Briones, during a January school board meeting. Briones has worked for the district for 46 years and impacted many students. A formal dedication ceremony of the high school will be announced at a later date. Pictured from left to right: […]
DILLEYThe importance of momentum in sports is amplified in the postseason. Monday night, Crystal City took momentum into halftime and brought it back out for the third quarter. The Lady Javelinas rode that wave to a 55-41 bi-district playoff win over Pleasanton at Dilley High School. After trailing by as many as seven in the opening quarter, the Lady Eagles […]