About Noel Wilkerson-Holmes

Fredericksburg Superintendent replaces head football coach

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | November 24, 2021

According to Superintendent Dr. Joe Rodriguez, Fredericksburg Independent School District, Fredericksburg High School’s head football coach and athletic director, Lance Moffett, will sit out of the Region IV semi-final matchup against the Eagles. Defensive Coordinator Bill Wilder will assume head coaching duties for the remainder of the season. The Billies game versus the Pleasanton Eagles play Fredericksbug Billies 7 p.m. […]

ACSO Criminal Investigation Division make felony theft arrest

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | November 20, 2021

Poteet ISD Band Director arrested

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | October 21, 2021

According to Atascosa County Sheriff David Soward, Poteet High School Band Director Joe Rodriguez has been booked into the Atascosa County Jail for one count Indecency with a Child by Sexual Contact and one count Improper Relations, Teacher-Student. Two warrants were issued for his arrest this afternoon. Rodriguez turned himself in to the ACSO. An investigation was headed up by […]

Jourdanton Police arrest man for Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon/Family Violence

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | October 16, 2021

Friday morning Jourdanton Police Department officers responded to a domestic situation that escalated to a situation with an edged weapon involved. Upon arrival Jourdanton Officers, along with an Investigator from the 81st Judicial District Attorney’s Office could hear a fight in progress and yelling and screaming coming from inside the residence. At the same time an individual who witnessed the […]

Domestic violence call to Pleasanton PD ends with shooting

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | October 10, 2021

At approximately 4:18 PM today, officers of the Pleasanton Police Department responded to a domestic violence call at the 600 block of Trade Street. Upon arriving, a lone patrol officer encountered a 35-year-old male subject armed with a large sledge hammer. The officer issued verbal commands, but the suspect refused to comply. The officer then deployed an electronic control device […]

Poteet beats Jourdanton in rival game

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | October 09, 2021

Editor’s Note: This is a breaking news story. The Pleasanton Express will follow up with a full story in Tuesday’s paper. Watching the final seconds tick away, Poteet players surprised Head Coach Darby House with a Gatorade shower. The Aggies came out on top against crosstown rival Jourdanton for the first time in their last eight meetings. After scoring in […]

Free concert at The Gypsy Moon Market

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | October 06, 2021

Get ready for a good vibin’, magical concert experience under the night sky in downtown Pleasanton, this Saturday, Oct. 9. The Gypsy Moon Market and Cafe Chris are sponsoring a free concert for the community featuring Nightbird: Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks Tribute Band from 6-9 p.m. at The Gypsy Moon Market parking lot. Nightbird has played across Texas and […]

Pursuit in progress McMullen County

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | October 01, 2021

According to the McMullen County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were given information from Freer Border Patrol about a White Chevy Dually possibly loaded with undocumented migrants headed north on SH97. Deputies spotted a vehicle matching the description and when a traffic stop was attempted the truck fled down Franklin Ranch Road and punched through The Silverado Ranch. With the assistance of […]

Pete Flores Kicks-Off Senate District 24 Campaign

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | September 20, 2021

PLEASANTON TX – Pete Flores, former Texas State Senator and conservative Republican candidate for Texas Senate District 24, announced his campaign to return to the Texas Senate. “The opportunity to serve in the Texas Senate is an honor and a privilege. When the new redistricting lines were released on Saturday afternoon, it didn’t take long for the phone to start […]

Granddaughter charged with murder of grandmother

By Noel Wilkerson-Holmes | September 15, 2021

At 10:35 am on 9/15/2021 Jourdanton Police Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 700 block of Fig St in Jourdanton for a “Welfare Check” regarding an elderly female who had not been seen in sometime. Patrol Officers, as well as a worker from Adult Protective Services, arrived at the location and spoke to two family members who also […]