Reading is fun for everyone

FREE

I like to read. It’s something I’ve liked since childhood, and continued as an adult. I owe a lot of this to some excellent libraries available to me as I grew up. I don’t remember how old I was when I got my first library card, but I’m sure it was no later than third grade. My preferences are varied. […]

Lytle Chief of Police Richey Priest

FREE

I like to read. It’s something I’ve liked since childhood, and continued as an adult. I owe a lot of this to some excellent libraries available to me as I grew up. I don’t remember how old I was when I got my first library card, but I’m sure it was no later than third grade. My preferences are varied. […]

Atascosa County Judge Bob Hurley

FREE

We will be building a better operating procedure for issuing driveway permits. It has always been under the law for the county to control access onto county roads but we have not (as far as I can find out) ever utilized this tool effectively. When I visited with TXDOT in Austin last year seeking ways to build our control in […]

Poteet Strawberry Festival guarantees a groovy time

FREE Headliners have music for every taste

Lisa Luna Staff Writer The best in family entertainment, the 71st Annual Poteet Strawberry Festival is scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 13-15. The one-of-a-kind celebration offers an array of food, fun, arts and crafts, performances and music for everyone. Carnival Armband Night is Thursday from 6-10 p.m. Gate admission on Friday night is $5 per person. Friday is […]

Classifieds-03-28-18

FREE

GUILTY

FREE Puente trial enters punishment phase

Christelle Troell Staff Writer An Atascosa County jury found Shawn Ruiz Puente, 34, guilty of capital murder late Wednesday, March 21st, in the shooting death of San Antonio police officer Robert “Bobby” Deckard during a high speed chase through Atascosa County the night of Dec. 7, 2013. Puente and his co-defendant, Jenevieve Ramos, 28, were suspects in an armed robbery […]

Former councilwoman Haverlah passes away

FREE

Sue Brown Editor Dorothy Haverlah, former City of Pleasanton councilwoman, passed away last Wednesday, March 21. She was 90 years old. She was appointed and then elected in 1988 to represent District 3. Haverlah had an uncanny gift to know what was going on in the community at all times before, during and after her council stint. She also provided […]

Fire in Poteet

The Poteet Volunteer Fire Department and Pleasanton Volunteer Fire Department were on the scene of this garage/storage building fire near a home on FM 476 East. The fire occurred on March 22 and the Atascosa County Sheriff’s Department was also on the scene. Photo by J Garcia.

Gaitan sisters are ready for Easter

FREE

Sisters Gizelle and Arianna Gaitan practiced their Easter egg hunting skills at the Charlotte Middle School Spring Fest on Thursday. Gizelle, 8 years old, and Arianna, 4 months old, are the daughters of Katherine Gaitan of Charlotte. Please see page 8A for Easter services in the area. Photo by Rebecca Pesqueda | Pleasanton Express.

2018-03-28 E-Edition

Please login below or subscribe to the Pleasanton Express to access our e-Edition. *To current subscribers – your email, usernames, & passwords have not changed. Username or E-mail Password Remember Me     Forgot Password


Category Pages are limited to 180 days. Please use the archive page or the search box to find older articles.