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Thu
11
Jun

Ready, set, fun!

Pearsall youths enjoy the refreshing water at the public swimming pool during the first afternoon of the city's  ummer activities program this week. A full schedule of games, recreation, arts and crafts, movies and sports is organized by City Hall for youths this  ear. (CURRENT 
 
Thu
04
Jun

The golden anniversary

Pearsall High School Class of 1965 held its 50th anniversary reunion on May 15 and 16 in San Antonio and Pearsall. The graduating class had 78 members, 28 of whom attended festivities this year. Friday night the group gathered in San Antonio for dinner at Casa Rio Restaurant.
 
Thu
04
Jun

ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED

PEARSALL HIGH SCHOOL TOP TEN PERCENT of the graduating Class of 2015 are (Front row, L-R) Valedictorian Steven Salazar, Salutatorian Sarah Moses, and in order of following rank, Esteban Camacho, Louana White, Katrina Fenton, Gloria Paredes, (Back) Matthew Morales - not pictured, Raymond Perez, Allison Camarillo, Lynssi Martinez, Celeste Lopez, Demaris Jones and Yendi Camacho.
 
Thu
04
Jun

Autopsy shows officer used meth before fatal crash

BY BREYANA SEGURA
 
The Bexar County Medical Examiner’s office has released a report citing blunt force trauma as the cause of death for Pearsall Police Officer Mike Villarreal and confirming that a methamphetamine was found in his bloodstream after he was killed in an April 12 car crash.
 
Thu
28
May

PEARSALL CITY COUNCIL

PEARSALL CITY COUNCIL members taking their oaths of office with JP Jim Sindon at a May 19 meeting included (L-R) Mayor Mary Moore, Alex Hernandez in Place 5, Ben T. Briscoe in Place 6, and Toby Lopez Jr. in Place 7. Each is a newcomer, except Hernandez, who previously held a different seat.
 
Thu
28
May

Flash floods hit region after week of rain

MARC ROBERTSON
Torrential rains over the past week and a half contributed to a steady rise in the Frio and Nueces river levels, which topped their banks after thunderstorms dumped more rain on the region, causing at least one death to date.
 
Thu
21
May

PEARSALL CITY COUNCILORS

voted unanimously to appoint retired educator Julian Hernandez to serve in Place 3 on Tuesday, May 12. Hernandez will hold the council seatuntil the May 2016 municipal election. The nominee, who served as an educator for 34 years, began his career with Pearsall ISD as a teacher on the Westside Campus and retired as the high school principal in 2013. Currently, Hernandez is the director of the Pearsall Community Basketball Organization, a member ofthe Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church finance council  and serves on the YMCAsteering committee. “I accepted the nomination to council because I would like to see   this community come together and prosper,” he said after his  nomination. 
 
Thu
21
May

COTULLA CITY COUNCILORS

COTULLA CITY COUNCILORS (from left) Mary Koraleski, Juan Garcia and Trish Garcia took their oaths of office this week after prevailing in the May 9 municipal election. Koraleski is new to the council, replacing outgoing Councilor Lytle Arche at Place 5; Garcia  nd Garcia were re-elected unopposed to new terms in Places 3 and 4.
 

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