Cowboy Homecoming Memories

Cowboy Homecoming has always held a special place in my heart – from the early beginnings and into my adult years – it was always a time that I looked forward to each year.     At first, it was all about the carnival and parade.      The carnival, when I was young, was across the street from my dad’s grocery […]

Honoring cowboys through art

It is often said that the pen is mightier than the sword. However, a paintbrush is just as powerful, allowing an artist to conjure up strong feelings in those who view their work. Once such artist is Pleasanton native Gaye Stanush Sekula, whose Cowboys of the Year series is currently on exhibit at the Pleasanton Civic Center. The art exhibit […]

Zamarripa shares the spice of life

Known to many locals as the manager of Johnny’s Paint and Body Shop in Pleasanton, Edward Zamarripa is also the creator of Texas Eddie’s Season-All. It started approximately 10 years ago for the eldest son of Johnny Zamarripa and Angie Zamarripa and brother of Henry Zamarripa, when he was headed out of town to eat at a truck stop. The […]

Late run ends historic season for Eagles

GOLIAD—With eight lead changes in the second half, Pleasanton and Corpus Christi West Oso traded punches down the stretch in the teams’ Region IV-4A quarterfinal. In the end, it was the fifth-ranked Bears who delivered the knockout blow. After freshman post Dalton Hobbs gave the Eagles a one-point edge in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter, West Oso countered […]

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