August 27, 2014 Edition
School Back In Session
The feel of relaxing at the ocean was enjoyed by all who attended the “Evening at the...
Local sales tax stays strong for August
Atascosa County is still holding strong in sales and use tax. The Texas Comptroller Susan Combs dist...
TIME TO PICNIC AT ST. IGNATIUS
THE PLEASANTON POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME REPORT LOG
Accident Oaklawn (2), Goodwin, First St.Accident, Major Hwy 97EAccident, Minor, Hit and Run SecondAc...
$5,000 CASH REWARD
The Atascosa County Sheriff’s Department along with Crime Stoppers is hoping that a FIVE THOUS...
Two teens sent to area hospitals
A single car crash sent two teens to hospitals last Saturday, August 23 just before noon. Driver Tim...
Casino Night planned for PISD Education Foundation
People celebrating around the craps table, the clickety-clack roulette wheel and strains of Frank Si...
Trojans moving in right direction
CHARLOTTE- The Trojans faced Center Point in their final scrimmage last week and showed they are rea...
Cowgirls round up title at tourney
McMullen County competed in the Three Rivers Lady Bulldog tournament last Thursday-Saturday and walk...
Brush Country teams gearing up for first meet of season
Area cross country teams will kick off their season at the Pearsall Invitational Saturday while McMu...
Eagles progressing as season opener nears
The Eagles corrected some issues on the gridiron after scrimmaging San Antonio Kennedy last week at ...
Cowboy Homecoming Queen Candidates
BACK TO SCHOOL BASH IN CHARLOTTE
Charlotte Elementary School held a Back to School Bash on Thursday, Aug. 21. Teachers, parents and s...
90TH BIRTHDAY FOR PETE ZUNIGA
Give a child a voice by joining CASA
You’ve seen the headlines about abused children. Each day children across our country are remo...
The Way I See It
A re you as confused as I am when standing at a craps table? It doesn’t matter if I’m a...
Inside Brush Country Sports webcast premieres Friday
The first webcast of the season will be up on Friday. Inside Brush Country Sports webcast will featu...
Pleasanton Mayor Clint Powell gives “oil busy” airport update - training his family to be pilots
Pleasanton’s Mayor, Clinton J. Powell, started his pilot training when he was 21 years old an...
Local Rodeo Youth bring home more awards
Emma Smith and her brother Ayden “Boomer” Smith are no strangers to rodeo. This summer t...
Time to Submit Comments on EPA Water Rule
In 1972, Congress established the Clean Water Act (CWA) to create a basic structure for regulating w...
Listen up Verdi folks. There is a notice each week about a Bible study held at the Verdi Community A...
Lucille Stanush Collins, 89, died Thursday, August 14, 2014 in Austin. She is survived by five child...
Edward Douglas Sadler, lifelong resident of Texas and a true Texas cowboy, has died of natural cause...
YNES AGUERO JR.
Memorial services for Ynes Salazar Aguero, Jr., 71, of Seminole will be held Thursday, August 28, 20...
Mary Louise Eklund of Pleasanton, went to be with the Lord on Monday, August 25, 2014 at the age of ...
First Baptist Church events
First Baptist Church Pleasanton will start two new Bible studies in September. On Tuesday, Sept. 2, ...
First Baptist Church events
First Baptist Church Pleasanton Grief Support Help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, c...
Does God exist?
You are invited to hear an unusual series of lectures that directly address key concepts you may hav...
Bible study in Verdi on Thursdays
Every Thursday there will be an in depth Bible study held at the Verdi Community Center . The study ...
August 28 • Local Longhorn group meets Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. at All Saint’s Episcop...
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