KidFish set for Saturday



Grab your fishing gear and head on down to the Pleasanton River Park this Saturday for the KidFish Event. This weekend’s event is one of the last two KidFish events for children 17 and under to qualify for the KidFish Classic Tournament at Lone Dove Ranch in Corpus Christi held June 14-15. The 1st-3rd Place winners at this weekend’s event […]

NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER

Brian Avery and Bob Ulrich greet guests at the National Day of Prayer held on May 2 at First Baptist Church of Pleasanton. Avery led everyone in praying for the government, law enforcement personnel and the military; while Ulrich led the prayer for churches. Other presenters included Pastor Johnny Arrington, Pastor Juan Florez, Pastor Duane Mayberry and Pastor Clyde Butter. […]

JOURDANTON HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR WALK

As part of their Senior Walk tradition, members of the Jourdanton High School Class of 2019 made their way through the hallways on Friday, May 3.

Pleasanton BPA attends National Leadership Conference

Eight Pleasanton High School students, along with advisor Janie Olivarri, attended the National Leadership Conference (NLC) of Business Professionals of America (BPA) in Anaheim, CA May 1-5. Over 6,000 conference delegates participated in this year’s conference. The Small Business Management Team, made up of Dylan Acuff, Shelby Henson, Mackenzie Pilgrim, and Justin Rangel presented their solution to helping a company […]

CASA Listening Concert

On Saturday, May 11, join Joe Wayne Vickers and friends at the CASA Listening Concert, from 7-9:30 p.m. The event will take place at ACT Theater in Pleasanton. The theater is located on Highway 97 West (Between Primo’s and All Saints Episcopal Church) in Pleasanton. It will be an evening of acoustic-style music featuring local talent in a concert setting, […]

The Poteet Cemetery Association says Thank You

The Rutledge Cemetery had its beginning well over a 100 years ago. Most all of us around the county have relatives or friends buried there. It is only fitting that we honor the memory of those loved ones that passed before us. The 30th annual Poteet Cemetery Association Fund Raiser gives us the opportunity once every year to show our […]

Pulling for Safer Path May 11

Safer Path Family Violence Shelter is hosting their first ever sporting clay tournament, Pulling for Safer Path, on May 11 at Malek Buck Horn Creek Ranch in McCoy. This is a four-man team tournament; early registration has been extended to April 30. Early registration is $150 per shooter, $600 per team. After April 30, fees increase to $200 per shooter, […]

Free Pleasanton Pickleball event set for May 11

Bring your family, friends, neighbors and tennis shoes to become a part of a fun activity sweeping the nation. On Saturday, May 11, The Navigators will host the Pleasanton Pickleball event from 4-7 p.m. at the Pleasanton Country Club. The event is free and equipment will be furnished. The event will also take place on Saturday, May 25- same time […]

Esparza Reunion in July

The Rodriguez lineage (Family branch of Ana and Catarino Rodriguez) invites all other descendants to come join us on July 13 for Esparza Reunion. Reunion committees have been working on activities, games and entertainment for this all day event. This year, we are having a “After Hours” private tour of the Alamo on Friday, July 12, information will be included […]

Stamp Out Hunger May 11

Saturday, May 11 marks the 27th anniversary of one of America’s great days of giving — the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Letter carriers walk through the community every day, often coming face to face with hunger, a sad reality for too many. Each year on the second Saturday in May, letter carriers across […]


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