Pilot Point

Barn Star Primitives in Pilot Point

By 380news | Pilot Point

Now Open Barn Star Primitives is a unique country store that offers mostly handmade, rustic and primitive home decorations and gifts. The store has everything from braided rugs, burlap table treatments, wood items, candles, lighting, jewelry, wrought iron, signs, etc. You really have to come and see what this little store has to offer! They also offer rustic country home interior decorating by appointment only. Stop by to see their unique offerings, or call 484-345-8635 to schedule an appointment. They are located in Historic Downton Pilot Point at 301 South…Read More

Eighth Annual Bonnie and Clyde Days in Pilot Point

By 380news | Pilot Point

Family-Friendly Free Festival to Feature Bank Robbery Reenactments, Soap Box Challenge, Live Entertainment, Exhibits, Crafts, Food and Evening Concert with Brave Combo  Pilot Point, Texas – Pilot Point’s Main Street Program today announced that its 8th Annual Bonnie and Clyde Days festival will be held Saturday, October 14, 2017 on the historic town square. The festival starts at 10:00 a.m. and runs through 5:00 p.m. Local favorite Brave Combo headlines the evening’s free concert, held at the nearby Western Sons Distillery. LOCATION: Pilot Point, Texas is 11 miles north of…Read More

American Legion Honor Veteran’s Return to Pilot Point

By Lyndee Prieskop | Pilot Point

Pilot Point, TX – Robert Ray Yochem, was born at Rest Cottage, in Pilot Point, on March 28, 1935, to Ethel Perdue, and adopted by Robert and Dorothy Yochem who raised him in New Mexico. He enlisted in the Army out of high school and served in the Korean War with an infantry unit. After his three years with the Army as a Private First Class, he got out and returned home to work with his father on the railroad, and shortly after re-enlisted in the Air Force where he…Read More

An Appalachian Tale

By 380news | Pilot Point

A Pilot Point Opera House Production Pilot Point Opera House presented the world premiere of this all-original, locally written and produced, romantic musical comedy! The performance included a live five-piece band featuring lively fiddle and banjo! There were 35 people in the cast with a script and songs that entertained the entire family.Read More

Pilot Point Development

By Amanda Davenport | Pilot Point

Pilot Point has been a flurry of activity this year. The community has enjoyed a mix of projects consisting of final plans for the Chamber of Commerce and EDC building, state recognition of the School District, several business expansions and new business openings. This year saw more permits for new homes than were issued in the past three years combined. The City of Pilot Point welcomed the expansion of Chandler Cabinets, Trim Line, Revved Automotive Concepts, Ernesto’s Mexican Restaurant and Nick’s Italian Restaurant. New businesses in town included Old West Coffee Company, Boots and Bows Daycare, Neu Plumbing, Buff’s Grill, Small Town Furniture, Ralph’s Cocina, Twisty Donut and Uppercut Granite. New homes are being constructed near downtown along Gee, Hill,…Read More

Tulip Bulb Market

By 380news | Pilot Point

Premiers in Pilot Point If you have visited Texas Tulips while the flowers are in full bloom and been amazed at how many varietals of tulips there are, just think you could have these in your very own garden! For the first time in the 380 Corridor you can shop at a tulip bulb market. From December 10 through January 10 the market doors are open for you to come and select from these lovely bulbs. You could purchase from the big box stores but if you know the Koeman family, you will know each bulb has been nurtured and loved before it was ready for you to take home from their market. You can also view all of their…Read More

Upcoming Pilot Point EDC Programs

By 380news | Pilot Point

In 2017, the Pilot Point EDC will be offering First Aid and CPR classes through the American Red Cross to local businesses. Please contact us if you would like to utilize this course for your business. Pilot Point Economic Development is located at 102 East Main Street in Pilot Point.Read More

Seventh Annual Bonnie and Clyde Days Coming to Pilot Point, Texas

By 380news | Pilot Point

Family-Friendly FREE Festival to Feature 2 Bank Robbery Reenactments, Soap Box Challenge, Free Live Music, Exhibits and Food  Pilot Point, Texas – Pilot Point’s Main Street Program today announced that its 7th Annual Bonnie and Clyde Days festival will be held Saturday, October 8, 2016 on the Pilot Point historic town square starting at 10:00 a.m. Admission to the festival is free and, this year, the evening concerts will be free, with Brave Combo headlining. Sponsorship and vendor opportunities are available at www.BonnieAndClydeDays.org. The festival is held annually to commemorate and reenact the filming of the famous “bank robbery scene” in the 1967 Warner Brothers movie “Bonnie and Clyde,” starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty, filmed at the town’s historic…Read More

Pilot Point Police Department

By 380news | Pilot Point

On March 16, 2016, at approximately 8:10 p.m., officers with the Pilot Point Police Department were dispatched to the 300 block of South Church Street regarding a disturbance. Upon arrival, it was learned that a white male was operating a Ford pickup and drove into a residential driveway striking a silver sport utility vehicle and a black Lincoln sedan. The male approached a white female and fired a single shot that resulted in her death. A 69 year old female, the mother of the deceased was also injured as a result of the vehicle contacts in the driveway and the father of the deceased, a white male, 83 years old, was physically assaulted by the suspect prior to the suspect…Read More

Cell Phone Use in School Zones is Prohibited

By 380news | Pilot Point

The City of Pilot Point and the Texas Department of Transportation will soon begin installing the signage required to allow enforcement of a new state law prohibiting the improper use of cell phones in school zones and school crosswalks. This is a safety issue for school children in our Pilot Point school zones, so a strict no tolerance enforcement policy shall begin immediately upon installation of the signs, which carries a possible fine up to $500 per offense. If you have any non-emergency questions regarding this new state law and…Read More

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