Sommelier on a budget

I attended a wine tasting last week as a guest of Pleasanton Rotarian Sarah Evans for their fifth Thursday fellowship mixer. It was held at Lew’s Patio and Grill and the wine I tasted was great. I even found a pinot noir that I actually liked – I’m not much of a fan for red wine, so this was a […]

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Active Threat Brief tonight. Wednesday, December 6

Pleasanton native’s artwork featured in ‘This Is Us’

Michelle Carmen Gomez talks life and all it has to offer

Rebecca Pesqueda Staff Writer It is not everyday that you turn on your television and gasp at the painting on the wall in the background of a show because you recognize it as a piece of work from someone you personally know. That is what happened when Pleasanton Express Editor Sue Brown was watching NBC’s hit TV show “This Is […]

Classifieds 12-06-17

ACCEPT application deadline Dec. 9

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The deadline is soon approaching for families to receive toys and food through the Atascosa County Christmas Elf Project Target (ACCEPT) 2017. The last day for families to apply is Saturday, Dec. 9. To be eligible, you cannot be receiving these items from other agencies or groups in the county. Remember, you may apply at any location. Dates and locations […]

Atascosa County Judge’s Report

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Last Tuesday I made the trip to Austin I mentioned in a previous column.  State Representative Guillen and his staff arranged meetings with the State Juvenile bosses and with some key Austin TxDOT staff.  I think this time helped to build a fine working relationship with Lou Serrano who is going to work with me to find alternate services for […]

E-edition 12-06-2017

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Santa Visits Jourdanton

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Chief Priest’s Weekly Report


We actually have a decent amount of police activity to report on this week.  Though total calls numbered only 49 and the tally on traffic citations was 55 we had plenty of other stuff to keep us busy. On Nov. 29th Capt. Reyes investigated a report that a snow man had been knocked over at the Veterans’ Park on Main […]

Me, a columnist?

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Writing and communicating come pretty naturally to me. I think a lot and love ideas. Growing up back in the 1950s my family had one television set and I loved news, documentaries and more informative subject matter. If someone left a book or magazine lying around I would probably read it. So, here I am, a columnist. I have now […]


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