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PHS Alumni kick-off Larry Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund raffle

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

86’d is returning to Pleasanton this time as headliners for the 54th Cowboy Homecoming held at the Pleasanton River Park, September 13 and 14. 86’d played in September 2018 to a crowd of more than 1,000 for a fundraiser for the Larry Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund. The event raised more than $25,000 primarily from a raffle drawing for an F150 […]

Pleasanton Young Farmers announce entertainment

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

The Pleasanton Young Farmers have announced the headliners for their annual Cowboy of the Year Open Rodeo and Festival on August 16–17. The rodeo will take place at the Atascosa County Showbarn Arena located at 318 Show Barn Road in Pleasanton. The rodeo will begin at 7:30 p.m. both nights with entertainment to follow. Billy Mata and the Texas Tradition […]

CHARLOTTE SPLASH PAD RIBBON CUTTING

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

Pastor Duane Mayberry and Mayor Buddy Daughtry celebrate the opening of the new splash pad at Davenport Park with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Pictured, from left: Maria Garcia, Muncipal Court Judge; Amanda Goins Luna, City Council Place 1; Alejandra Martinez, city office worker; Priscilla Aguilar, Utilities Adminstrator; Marianne McGinnis, Charlotte Public Librarian; Gracie Garcia, City Secretary; Pastor Duane Mayberry, First […]

Charlotte ISD board to provide school supplies

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

For the last few years, it has been the desire of the Charlotte ISD school board to provide all school supplies for their students. “We have always wanted to take that burden away from our families. We estimated it costs on average $100/kid for supplies and most parents try to pay for that up front. Some families also have multiple […]

Duo arrested for alleged embezzlement

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

On March 13, 2019, officers of the Pleasanton Police Department received a report from the Veterans of Foreign Wars State Assistant Adjutant stating there was over $10,000 that was misused by the Pleasanton VFW Post #12162. A detailed report provided by the State Assistant Adjutant listed 45-year-old Jourdanton resident Steve Mueller (Pleasanton VFW Post Commander), and 50-year-old Jourdanton resident Stephanie […]

Out and About

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

Atascosa Running Club meets on Wednesdays Runners are invited to take part in the Atascosa Running Club Social Fun Run every Wednesday. They meet at 7 p.m. and run at 7:10 p.m. and are scheduled to meet again on July 10. They will meet at “The Office Bar and Grill,” run to the Pleasanton River Park, around town and back […]

Countywide Voting discussed at Public Hearing

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

The County of Atascosa held an open Public Hearing regarding Countywide Voting, Tuesday, July 16, at 6 p.m., in the County Courthouse. The hearing was packed with some 50 citizens. Twelve Atascosa County citizens signed up and spoke, both pro and con, on the issue of Countywide Voting. Conducting the meeting was Atascosa County Judge Bob Hurley, along with Comm. […]

What’s the Buzz: Amber Joy – Keller Williams City View

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

Amber Joy – Keller Williams City View located at 10999 IH-10 West, #175 San Antonio, Texas offers real-estate services to several counties in our area. Joy’s realty business is relatively new to our community, though she is not. Amber Joy is a Pleasanton High School graduate. She attended college at Texas A&M University where she received both her Bachelor’s and […]

Charlotte splash pad officially opens

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

The City of Charlotte held the grand opening of their brand new splash pad at Davenport Park on Friday evening. Free hot dogs, snow cones, watermelon, apples, drinks and other goodies were handed out to those who attended. The splash pad was donated by the First Baptist Church in Charlotte out of their Centenniel Funds raised during the church’s 100th […]

H-E-B offers self-checkout for quick store trips

By Pleasanton Express Staff | July 17, 2019

Grocery shopping is evolving and H-E-B #411 is keeping pace with every way that customers want to shop today. Innovation is key at H-E-B where they continuously search for ways to serve their customers, partners and community. The most recent addition to H-E-B #411 has been the installation of six self-checkout stations which now means that the store has a […]