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8-22-18 Flashback

Flashbacks Madeleine Guajardo Staff Writer 10 years ago When 41-year old Victor Viesca beat a Cowboy Gallop 5K record in 2003, it was his first ever win in the event and it was certainly a highlight. Five years later, Viesca lit up the streets of Pleasanton and clearly ran his personal best in the annual Cowboy Gallop 5K run, taking […]

8-15-18 Flashback

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Flashbacks Madeleine Guajardo Staff Writer 10 years ago Craving strong coffee and warm tortillas? Then get over to Atascosa River Park where Prosperity Bank is hosting the annual Cowboy Breakfast early Friday morning. Toby Hill’s crew will be cooking , Pete Pawelek, pastor of Cowboy Fellowship of Atascosa County, will offer grace before the meal and Johnny Garza Texas Tunes […]

8-8-18 Flashback

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Flashbacks Madeleine Guajardo Staff Writer 10 years ago Women’s Club of Pleasanton first place poetry winners, who also placed first at the Women’s Club Alamo District are, pictured left to right: Taniell Spiva, Kailyn Carr and Arden Lange. All three girls are 10-years old and love poetry. Arden received first place in poetry for the Pleasanton club three years ago. […]

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Flashbacks Madeleine Guajardo Staff Writer 10 years ago Seth Dumas, of the Pleasanton FFA, placed 7th overall in the Senior Prepared Public Speaking Contest at the 80th Annual Texas FFA State Convention on July 16, 2008. After competing in the State Semi-Finals on July 14, he advanced to the State Finals, which were held on July 15. The results were […]

7-18-18 Flashback

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Flashbacks Madeleine Guajardo Staff Writer 10 years ago Chase Phillips competed in the Frio County 4-H Big Blast shotgun Shoot on Saturday, July 5th. There were over 150 4-H members competing in Trap, Skeet, 5 Stand, and sporting clays this shoot. Chase placed 6th in the Skeet Shooting competition. This was Chase’s first time to compete in an organized shotgun […]

07-25-18 Flashback

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Flashbacks Madeleine Guajardo Staff Writer 10 years ago Attending the Texas Farm Bureau’s 45th Annual Youth Leadership Conference held at Angelo State University June 23 – 27, 2008 were: Kayla Hey from Jourdanton High School, Adam Ramon, and Nikkiah Guerra from Poteet High School. The students were sponsored by the Atascosa County Farm Bureau. They joined more than 300 high […]


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