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By MANUEL AZOCAR IIISports Editor Pleasanton scored early to take a big lead, then capitalized on four second-half Pearsall turnovers to run away with a 35-7 non-district win last Friday at... + continue reading
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By MANUEL AZOCAR IIISports Editor The Cotulla Cowgirls opened district play last week, topping Natalia and Dilley to open 2-0 in league action. The team opened action Tuesday, night,... + continue reading
Thursday, September 20, 2018
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The Frio River breached its banks at the FM 1581 bridge early Monday morning, September 17 following a weekend deluge caused by a tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico that came ashore late last... + continue reading
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By Sandra Freisenhahn Cotulla’s Garden Club honored Mary Alice Rymal with gifts for her years of service as president of the organization during the monthly meeting on September 13. ... + continue reading
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By BREYANA SEGURA Pearsall commercial truck owners showed up in droves, to contest a newly passed ordinance that would prohibit them from parking their vehicles on private property. ... + continue reading

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09/20/2018
By BREYANA SEGURA Insurance monies collected after teens destroyed an iconic building on the west side of town are being used to redevelop Polo Patino Park. It was during a meeting on Tuesday, September 11 when councilors voted unanimously to approve the bid for final construction of the park, totaling $270,387.64. “Eight bids... + continue reading
09/13/2018
By Sandi FriesenhahnIn a move geared towards providing more space to feed the elderly and provide recreational activities, the La Salle County Elderly Nutrition Center opened it’s doors during a ceremony on August 31.The move to the 637 N. Baylor St. location was made to provide additional space to feed the elderly and provide them with ample room... + continue reading

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The Frio River breached its banks at the FM 1581 bridge early Monday morning, September 17 following a weekend deluge caused by a tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico that came ashore late last week. The weather system forced many Friday night varsity football games to be rescheduled or cancelled altogether and resulted in several road... + continue reading
09/13/2018 - 0 comment(s)
With heavy area rains wrecking havoc on parts of South Texas, Pearsall's cross  country team took a last-minute schedule change in stride, moving from the Hondo meet to the Feast Patriot Cross Country Invitational in San Antonio on Saturday, September 8.PHS Cross Country Head Coach Jose Olvera said the meet was among the biggest his... + continue reading
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Jourdanton passing attack baffles Wolves in lopsided non-district loss.Weather rained on Dilley's parade as the Wolves dropped a 34-6 decision to Jourdanton after lightning forced the teams to reschedule their Friday night  non-district football contest to Saturday at noon in Atascosa County.The Wolves did not ... + continue reading

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By MANUEL AZOCAR IIISports Editor The Cotulla Cowgirls opened district play last week, topping Natalia and Dilley to open 2-0 in league action. The team opened action Tuesday, night,... + continue reading

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By ED STERLING Before Hurricane Florence reached the shores of the Carolinas last week, Gov. Greg Abbott focused on the Gulf of Mexico, where an inbound tropical disturbance threatened the... + continue reading

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By Sandra Freisenhahn Cotulla’s Garden Club honored Mary Alice Rymal with gifts for her years of service as president of the organization during the monthly meeting on September 13. ... + continue reading