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Madeleine Guajardo

Pleasanton Intern

10 years ago

The Pleasanton Cowboy Homecoming Court participated in the annual Lighted Night Parade in Pleasanton in December. They earned a first place trophy. Members of the court are, left to right: Princess April Antu, Princess Erika Trevino, Queen Mystle Crossland, Princess Vanessa Rutherford and Princess Heather Arnott.

South Texas Regional Medical Center (STRMC) takes pride in showcasing the wave of support from the community members of Atascosa County in celebration of National Go Red Day. The national event marks the kick off for STRMC’s fundraising efforts for the benefit of the American Heart Association (AHA).

20 years ago

Ysidro Regalado of Pleasanton has traveled many miles on horseback and here he shows proof. The two plaques were given to him earlier this year and the one on the left came from the Sheriff’s Association of Texas for being a member of the Association for 10 years or more. The plaque on the right came from the Sheriff’s Posse for being a lifetime member.

These Atascosa Bass Club anglers were honored at Tuesday’s night’s regular meeting with plaques and prizes. Third from left is Rick Bostel who caught the most pounds i=of fish in 1988 and won the club championship. To his right is Lori Miller who was the Rookie of the Year. The others all received Top Six plaques. From the left are Terry Vrana, Tom McCord, Bostel, Miller, Bob Turner and Dub Billings. Missing is Dick Mittanck who also received a Top Six plaque.

30 years ago

Saying goodbye to a dedicated worker – Pleasanton EMS members said a sad farewell to one of their most dedicated volunteers – Jeff Barnett and his family. In the front row, from left are: Ed Navarette, Ramona Lee, Stephanie Barnett and Kyle Barnett. Back row: April Jones, Brenda Raines, secretary; Diane and Jeff Barnett, Richard Jones, President; Tracy Roberts, training officer; and Robin Simpson, treasurer.

Susan Loeffler (in white) scores the first points for the Pleasanton Eaglettes in Monday’s playoff game with Tuloso-Midway. Trying to defend is Marnee Anderson of the Cherokees. The Eaglettes didn’t score often enough and lost, 41-33.

40 years ago

Members of the Pleasanton Cowboy HC court finished remodeling their float on Friday, they entered the Stock show parade on Saturday, and won a first place trophy in the Western Division of the parade. Here they are with their trophy in front of the cowboy statue. Left to right are Barbara Shiver, Gayla Ashton, Kathleen Burdett, Lovetta Arguijo and Joyce Seay.

Shawn Horne, 6-foot post girl for the eighth grade Eaglettes, goes high to score a bucket against George West. The Pleasanton girls won a thriller, 35-33 here Thursday. Other Eaglettes in the picture are (23) Alice Sotello and Lauri Hunt (with pigtails).

50 years ago

Pleasanton Police Chief Gene Powell, right, was caught glad handed after the Optimist club awarded him this plaque Tuesday night, as the county’s outstanding lawman of 1968. M. G. (Sandy) Sanders, center, made the presentation while glad hands awaited to congratulate him from Mayor Richard Wehman, Wells McDaniel, Norman Porter and Duncan Hirsch.

60 years ago

“Through the loop for two” goes the ball as Travis Marshall leaps high in the Jourdanton-Carrizo Springs game, Friday night. The JHS athlete was high point man with 23 points. Lonnie Hodges, No. 35, was one of the Carrizo’s high point men with 18 points.

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