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Sue Brown Editor For the first time since 1985, Pleasanton received snow on Thursday evening, December 7. Some areas had over an inch while others got just a dusting. Though it snowed during Christmas south of here in 2004, the storm in 1985 received over 16 inches in some areas. One thing was certain, children were allowed to stay up […]

Classifieds 12-13-17

Atascosa County Judge’s Report


I told you in this column that I had gone to Austin to visit with certain departments with the support of State Representative Ryan Guillen’s office. One of the major complaints I had was the lack of support by TXDOT in our county for the maintenance of county bridges. It is a fact that TXDOT is responsible for ALL bridges […]

Eat, drink and be ‘Merry on Main’

FREE 5K Santa Run, Santa photos, Ice Fights, lighted parade and more

Lisa Luna Lifestyles Editor Celebrate the Christmas season in Pleasanton, at this Saturday’s free Merry on Main Event on Saturday, Dec. 16. The all-day, family-friendly event is being sponsored by the Downtown Pleasanton Merchants Association and the City of Pleasanton. City’s Santa 5K Run Pleasanton Parks and Recreation Facilities Director Greg Leach invites everyone to dress up in their fastest […]

How can we deal with depression? A layman’s perspective


I don’t know if I have ever been depressed, but I have never been treated for depression. Like most of us, I have been upset, angry, sad, worried, and many other things, and these conditions might have concerned me at times. These are not necessarily the same as depression, which is a medical condition. Thankfully those feelings didn’t last more […]

I’m addicted to Christmas music and movies


I admit it. I’m a sucker for Christmas music. So much so, that I checked 101.9 radio station BEFORE Thanksgiving to see if they had started and they had! I’m also a sucker for Christmas movies, but let me address my music affliction first. Not only do I love carols of all sorts, new Christmas songs, old ones and those […]

Save local animals this holiday season


Rebecca Pesqueda Staff Writer With the Christmas Holidays around the corner, many Atascosa County residents may be searching for something charitable to do before the year comes to an end. There are many animals in the county that need saving and one animal rescue group needs your help in doing just that in various ways. The Atascosa Animal Allies, Inc. […]

E-edition 12-13-2017

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Fernandez trial postponed due to lawyer no show


The trial of Joseph Anthony Perez who has been charged with the murder of Ariel Fernandez was postponed December 4. Perez’s lawyer, Jesse Hernandez did not appear in court.Hernandez had filed a motion for continuance on Friday, December 1 that was denied. Jury selection for the trial was scheduled on Monday morning, December 4 at the Atascosa County Courthouse. “The […]

Chief Priest’s Weekly Report


What have we been up to here at Lytle PD? Well last week we handled 60 service calls and our officers issued a whopping nine Class C citations. With only nine citations written I guess our staff doesn’t realize that Christmas is the “season of giving”. We had 10 vehicle lockouts this week, which has to be close to a […]

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