2020-01-22 E-Edition

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Over $915K raised at 2020 Livestock Show

The 2020 Atascosa County Livestock Show raised more than $915,000 during the Saturday, Jan. 18 sale. The Atascosa County Livestock Show directors thank the youth, their families, the buyers, the sponsors and the community for their outstanding show of support. The Pleasanton Express is creating a County Livestock Show special keepsake that will be published February 5. Until then, we […]

McMullen County Livestock Show held this Friday and Saturday

Everyone is invited to come to the McMullen county Livestock Show this Friday and Saturday held in Tilden. The McMullen County Livestock Show, presented by the Tilden Livestock Scholarship Association, is open to all qualified McMullen County 4-H, FFA, and Jr. FFA This two-day event held each January showcases the hard work and commitment the youth of McMullen County have […]


Pictured at the grand opening of Eagle Lanes on Saturday, Jan. 18 were, from left: Pleasanton Mayor Travis Hall, Pleasanton PD Officer Chris Treviño, Pleasanton District 5 Councilman Robert Earl Wood, Pleasanton PD Officer Steven Gregory, 53rd Cowboy Homecoming Queen Elena Ortiz, Pleasanton City Manager Johnny Huizar, Abel Flores, Pleasanton District 3 Councilwoman Diana Prasifka, 54th Cowboy Homecoming Queen Brianna […]

Voter registration deadlines for March 2020 Primary Election

The upcoming Primary election will be held March 2020. To vote in Texas, you must be registered. February 3, 2020, is the last day to register to vote for the March 3, 2020 election. Simply pick up a voter registration application at the Elections Office in Jourdanton, fill it out, and mail it at least 30 days before the election […]

Out and About

Autism Services Program training on Jan. 27 Join Any Baby Can and Pleasanton ISD for parent training on the Autism Services Program, parent education and community awareness. The event will be Monday, Jan. 27 from 9-10 a.m. at the PISD District Training Center, next door to the junior high campus, 1280 Jolly St. in Pleasanton. The Autism Services Program offers […]

Eagle Lanes revived at grand opening

Since closing its doors in 2016, Eagle Lanes left a void in the community of Pleasanton and Atascosa County. The normal hangout for many was no more. That is, until the the mother/daughter duo of Debbie and Kelsi Wood purchased the property in June 2019. The Wood family has been working to renovate the beloved hangout spot ever since. On […]

Center Pharmacy receives TX Treasure Business Award

Center Pharmacy now joins the ranks of well-established Texas businesses honored with the Texas Treasure Business Award from the Texas Historical Commission. The public is invited to a reception on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 2 p.m. when the award will be presented at the pharmacy, 105 N. Smith St. in Pleasanton. “I just want to say that we are honored […]

Get Freezin’ for a Reason at the 2020 Polar Bear Plunge

Are you tough enough to take a Polar Bear Plunge to support the Pleasanton Volunteer Fire Department? The Pleasanton Parks & Recreation and the Pleasanton VFD are holding the first Polar Bear Plunge at the Pleasanton City Pool on Saturday, Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. Parks & Rec and Pleasanton VFD are challenging local organizations to pledge as a group […]

Rankin appointed as Charlotte mayor after Daughtry resigns

2020 brought many changes to the Charlotte City Council during their first meeting of the year on January 9 with the appointing of a new mayor, mayor pro-tem, Alderman Place 2 and municipal court judge. Council members present were Christi Rankin, Amanda Luna, John Heiligman and Liz Ramon. Mayor Buddy Daughtry and Stephen Porter were absent. Consent Agenda With no […]