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Diez y Seis Queen candidates at St. Andrew

Plans are underway for the 7th annual Diez y Seis de Septiembre Celebration at St. Andrew Catholic Church in Pleasanton. Set for Saturday, Sept. 15, admission will be free. The event will feature live music and carne guisada plates for sale. This year’s Diez y Seis Queen will also be announced. Candidates are Bella Yazmine Castillo, Ebony Jean Hernandez and […]

POTEET VFW MAKES DONATION

John Shipley, Commander of VFW Post 6970, Poteet presents the Pleasanton-Jourdanton Junior Army ROTC with a $1,000 check.

Dollar General now open in Leming

Major discount retailer will celebrate grand opening Aug. 25

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn.– Dollar General’s newest store at 16 E. Second St. in Leming is now open! In its new location, Dollar General will offer area residents a convenient new place to shop for everyday essentials at low prices. Dollar General will celebrate the store’s official grand opening on Saturday, August 25 at 8 a.m. with free prizes and special deals. […]

AIC on a mission; meets monthly

Atascosa Inter-agency Council’s mission is to promote the well-being of individuals and families through effective partnership between all area service agencies. They have two primary goals. First goal is to advance community awareness of local agencies and their services, i.e. employment opportunities, economic development, healthcare, safety and environmental concerns and youth development, etc. The second goal is to continually look […]

Blessing those who serve with care packages

also morale builders during a deployment. Here are some ideas of what might go in a package. FOOD Non-perishable foods, canned meat, dry instant soup, jerky, trail mix, cookies (nothing that will melt), hard candy, gum, popcorn, hot chocolate, nuts. NON-FOOD ITEMS Magazines, newspapers, cards, letters, envelopes, stamps, playing cards, paperback books, T-shirts, socks, underwear, batteries, kids’ art, photos. TOILETRIES […]

Small town pride carves path for Sorola in military



There is a lot for the City of Pleasanton to be proud of that help make its mark on maps and it’s not just big, successful events, but its shaping of young minds who have the opportunity to live and learn in such a tight knit community. Mallory Sorola, a PHS ‘16 graduate, is currently stationed in Pensacola, FL with […]

Vendors wanted for Christmas in Charlotte

Want to be a part of something big in a small town? The City of Charlotte is bringing back their annual Christmas event this coming December and planning is already underway. The small town favorite was missed this past year as no one stepped up to organize the event after former Charlotte Mayor Anna Estrada DeLeon’s departure from office in […]

CRUZ ON IN TO CAFE CHRIS

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz stopped by Café Chris for a meet and greet and question and answer time with the Atascosa County community. Café Chris was selected as the meeting place by the Atascosa County Republican Party organization because of its daily popularity as one of Pleasanton’s favorite restaurants. Pictured left to right are: Mary Almendarez, Irma Arredondo, Leslie DeLaCerda, […]

Eagle Scout Court of Honor for Troop 194 scouts Sept. 8

Boy Scouts of America Troop 194 of Pleasanton proudly invites you to attend the Eagle Scout Court of Honor to celebrate scout members Felix David Gutierrez, Blaine Walter Macmanus, Allen Lloyd Rogers III, Davin Ray Startz and Augustin De La Torre. The ceremony will take place on Saturday, Sept. 8 at St. Andrews’ Parish Hall, 626 Market St. in Pleasanton. […]

BATTLE OF MEDINA CEREMONY


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