Eagles use small ball to outlast rival Poteet

POTEET—For seven innings Monday night, the Pleasanton baseball team could not find a rhythm against Poteet starter Phillip Gonzales. The Eagles finally put things together in extra innings, getting a big boost from some small ball. Pleasanton utilized two bunt singles and a pair of sacrifices in the final frame to top District 30-4A rival Poteet 3-0 in eight innings […]

Chief Priest’s Weekly Update

Looks like all the activity gravitated towards Poteet and the Strawberry Festival this past week. My favorite thing about the Poteet Strawberry Festival is that it is in Poteet and not Lytle. Our snapshot of the week looks like this: We had 56 calls for service and officers filed 73 cases with the municipal court. The vast majority being traffic […]

It’s all about the candy eggs

As Easter Sunday approaches and folks reflect on the spiritual holiday, most kids get down to the business of finding eggs filled with treats. And while I admit that most Easter candy is wonderful, I’m partial to Reese’s Peanut Butter eggs. In fact I’ve had them in my candy jar at work for the past few weeks. Thankfully, I placed […]

Atascosa County Judge’s Report

We voted Monday in Commissioner’s Court to accept the only bid, which we found acceptable to build the Animal Control Facility and remodel JP3 building on Main St. by the courthouse. This was by “The Koehler Company” who is also in charge of the much larger project, the new justice center. Koehler has come with excellent recommendations from Guadalupe County […]

NRA Foundation Awards $5,385.20 to the Jourdanton Police Department

JOURDANTON — The NRA Foundation has awarded the Jourdanton Police department a grant totaling $5, 385.20 to fund Advanced Firearms Training. “We are very excited about being able to send our officers to tactically advanced firearms courses as we work to stretch our training budget, “said Jourdanton Police Chief Eric Kaiser, “and pleased that the NRA is making an investment […]

2017-04-12 E-Edition

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