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Calling all Pleasanton Cowboy Homecoming Queen Candidates



The Pleasanton City Council made a decision to change the date of Cowboy Homecoming to coincide with the Pleasanton ISD Football Homecoming which is scheduled for September 13. The 54th Cowboy Homecoming will be held Sept. 13-14, 2019 at the Pleasanton River Park. The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce is issuing a call out for candidates for Cowboy Homecoming Queen 2019-2020. […]

Out and About

Atascosa Running Club meets each Wednesday Runners are invited to take part in the Atascosa Running Club Social Fun Run every Wednesday. They meet at 7:10 p.m. and are scheduled to meet again on June 19. They will meet at “The Office Bar and Grill,” run to the Pleasanton River Park, around town and back to The Office. They will […]

All play, no work at The Office Bar & Grill



All play and no work are what you will find at The Office Bar and Grill. The Office Bar and Grill located at 205 E. Hunt Street in Pleasanton makes quite a statement surrounded by massive palm trees and freshly plush mainicured lawn. An outdoor patio lit up with garden lights and lots of comfy seating is the home for […]

Digital Community Calendar available



Back by popular demand, the Pleasanton Express Community Calendar can be found on our website at www.pleasantonexpress.com. There are so many meetings, events, games, etc. happening in and around Atascosa County, so the Pleasanton Express has brought back the Community Calendar digitally to accomodate for it all. You can look at the coming months to plan accordingly, and it’s free! […]

New Poteet mayor addresses concerns at council meeting



Monday, June 3 was the first meeting of the new Mayor and council members for the Poteet City Council. Mayor Willie Leal, Jr. gave a PowerPoint presentation of what the council is and what they do, along with what he expects from his fellow members. First and foremost, his concern is for the safety and welfare of the community. The […]

Meth bust north of Pleasanton


Atascosa County Sheriff’s deputies seized 4.1 ounces of Methamphetamine and $1,300 in cash last Thursday afternoon following a traffic stop and investigation by the Sheriff’s Office and DPS Criminal Investigation Division investigators. Sheriff David Soward stated that Deputy Sheriff Shane Billings and Lt. Investigator Max Peralta stopped the vehicle on U.S. 281 north of Pleasanton. Deputy Sheriff Daniel Kaufman also […]

MUELLER RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP

Rusty Prasifika presents Kimberly Muellar of Jourdanton with the 2019 Martin O. Wiede Memorial Scholarship from the Jourdanton Lodge of the Hermann Sons Life group. Kimberly spend two years dancing with Hermann Sons in addition to attending youth camps for five years. She plans to attend Texas State in San Marcos this fall and is interested in continuing her career […]

Trustees lead, grow, and learn with TASB

Pleasanton ISD, Board of Trustees, participated in the Texas Association of School Boards’ (TASB) annual Summer Leadership Institute (SLI) June 13–15 in San Antonio to learn and grow alongside trustees and administrators from across the state. Approximately 2,200 new and veteran education leaders focused on the challenges public schools are facing and improved upon their governance, leadership, and teamwork skills […]

PISD Trustees meet in June



The Pleasanton School Board appointed Felipa Garza to the vacant District 6 seat, at their June 11 meeting. After administering the oath of office, there was the reorganization of the board. However, the organization stayed the same with Frank Tudyk, Jr. remaining President, Blasa Chapa remaining Vice President and Pat Cox Waterstaying Wellsas Secretary. Jennifer Donato told the trustees that […]

AT&T WORKSHOP HELD

Attending the AT&T Business Fiber Solutions Workshop at Coastal Bend College in Pleasanton on June 13 were Victor M. Hernandez, Jr., AT&T Senior Fiber Solutions Specialist, Sarah Segura, Audrey McCleary, Ernie Gonzales, Diane Prasifika, Harry Garza and Bob Price. Please see story on Page 15A.


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