2017 National Night Out

Texas Dance Culture ribbon cutting

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Pleasanton Express photos by Sue Brown and Lisa Luna Lots of folks came out for the grand opening of Texas Dance Culture Performing Arts Studio last Saturday, September 30. It is conveniently located at 401 Zanderson in Jourdanton, across from Jourdanton High School. The open house visitors were also treated to refreshments. Left to right are several new members who […]

Eagles edge Three Rivers

Defeat drouth for the Pleasanton Eagles ended here Friday night as the green-and-white squeezed out a well-earned 7-to-6 victory over the Three Rivers Bulldogs in Eagle stadium. Get that score, neighbors, Pleasanton 7, Three Rivers 6. That’s right…Pleasanton 7, Three Rivers 6. No mistake…Pleasanton 7, Three Rivers 6. It was the first PHS victory of the season and the first […]

St. Matthew Picnic – 09/24/2017

Paisano VFD Fundraiser

National Newspaper Week Oct. 1-7

Newspaper media has the power to inform entertain and connect! When you hold your local newspaper in your hands-whether in print or on a mobile device – you hold a powerful tool to inform and inspire. For centuries in towns and cities across the nation, local newspapers have served as the voice for the public good and as a powerful […]

Local teams OPEN on Friday

Atascosa County Judge’s Report

I want to clarify that when I was quoted in the Pleasanton Express as hoping property values go up next year to help bring down the county tax rate, I was referring to oil properties and equipment increases.  I surely don’t want to encourage increases in yours or my business or home property values. Following up on my last week’s article […]

Chief Priest’s Weekly Update


Here is the latest snapshot of police activity from the big city of Lytle.  Last week officers responded to 50 service calls and handed out 23 citations for traffic violations.  It was a big tie for first place with speeding and no insurance each getting 6. Not too much to report this past week.  We picked up 2 forgery / […]

National Newspaper Week? Yea us!

What’s the old quote “you don’t know what you had until it’s gone.” I saw an image of several front pages of Minnesota newspapers that were totally or nearly blank to drive home the above concept.  There were some with minimal wording “What if there was no local newspaper?”, “Without YOU, there would be NO Newspaper” and “Imagine a day […]


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