2021-11-03 E-Edition

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2021 SPECIAL ELECTION RESULTS

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Jourdanton ISD District 5 Trustee *Greg Vyvlecka, Incumbent…………………… 96Jennifer Iruegas……………………………………… 33 Jourdanton City Council Member *Karen Pesek, Incumbent……………………… 322*Norma Q. Ortiz ……………………………………..215*“Patsy” Patricia J. Elizabeth Tymrak-Daughtrey,Incumbent …………………………………………….. 198Veronica Medina …………………………………..121 Christine City Council Member *David Delgado …………………………………….. 42*Matthew Jerkins……………………………………. 37*Daylon Maddox……………………………………. 37Patti Bowen……………………………………………. 25Susan Barker Smith …………………………………. 16 Proposition 1 For ……………………………………………………….1481Against ………………………………………………… 258 Proposition 2 For …………………………………………………………874Against ………………………………………………… 855 […]

MERRY ON MAIN COMMITTEE

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The countdown to Merry on Main presented by Henson Theatres/Plestex has begun. The Merry on Main Committee members are busy finalizing plans for this free family friendly Christmas festival happening Dec. 3 at the Pleasanton River Park and Dec. 4 in historic downtown Pleasanton. This magical festival will end with a lighted Christmas parade, firework show and a free street […]

Community joins Safer Path to ‘shine a light’ on domestic violence

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Members of the Atascosa County community joined Safer Path Family Violence Shelter at the 3rd Annual Shine a Light on Domestic Violence Vigil on Oct. 28 at the Atascosa County Courthouse. The vigil was a space to come together to raise awareness, celebrate survivors and honor victims of domestic violence. Speakers included Safer Path’s Rhonda Williamson and Andrea Rathmell, District […]

ACRP CEC Censures Chairman Vaughn

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In a special called meeting of the Atascosa County Republican Party (ACRP) County Executive Committee (CEC) Monday night, a Resolution of Censure was passed unanimously in the case of Chairman Wayne S. Vaughn. ACRP Secretary Caroline George explained that a Censure is a formal, public group condemnation of an individual, often a group member, whose actions run counter to the […]

Out and About

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Noche de las Calaveras on Nov. 6 Downtown Main Street in Pleasanton, 5-9 p.m. Cultural celebration with folklorico dancers and food and art vendors. Altar Contest and Catrina Costume Contest scheduled for 7 p.m. For details call 830-570-2782 or 830-569- 2163. T1D 2nd Annual Wild Bill’s Pumpkin Fun Run Sunday, Nov. 7 at George Farms, 595 Mobile Home Alley in […]

Poteet council approves budget amidst disagreements

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After preparing the budget the past couple months, the City of Poteet council voted 3-2 in favor of approving the budget for the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year. Multiple topics were disputed between the council during the budget meeting on Oct. 25 at city hall. Newly hired City Administrator Kim Davis finalized the budget ahead of the meeting. Council member Candace Cantu […]

PRICE CHEVY GOES PINK FOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS

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Price Chevrolet pinked out all of October to show their support during Breast Cancer Awareness month. Price Chevrolet continually supports this community through sponsorships and always offers discounts to first responders, veterans and school teachers. Make sure you stop by Price Chevrolet for new and used vehicles and outstanding customer service. Price Chevrolet is located at 2035 West Oaklawn, Pleasanton.