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Where ya headed?: Travelers of FS

Frank and Marla Wright of Corona, CA stopped to fuel up their RV at the Love’s Travel Stop Tuesday, Oct. 24 while on tight schedule to visit their many planned destinations.“We're headed to lots … more

Where ya headed?: Travelers of FS

Mel and Jackie Landford of Gonzales County stopped for an overnight stay at the local Wal-Mart parking lot with their dog, Mel. Camping out in a travel trailer, Landford emerged to cold weather and a crowd of other travelers.   more

Where ya headed?: Travelers of FS

John Ball of Garland spent a handful of days here in Fort Stockton. Stepping out of his 1964 C10 Chevy he said, "I came here to celebrate Thanksgiving with some family." more

Where ya headed?: Travelers of FS

Gi Gi of Las Vegas rolled in to Fort Stockton at 3 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 16. Parking her U-Haul at the Flying J Travel Center, she decided to spend the entire day here in town.“I’m headed to … more

Where ya headed?: Travelers of FS

In Fort Stockton, you never know who you'll see at the local Wal-Mart. Tuesday, Oct. 10 couple Teryl and Cheryl Houghton of Baytown were on their way to Fort Davis when they decided to grab some … more

Where ya headed?: Travelers of FS

Yony Rolando Recinos Saballa found himself stranded on the I-10 service road and turned to local residents Bob Beal and Iselda Acosta for help.(Staff photo/Jeremy Gonzalez)Yony Rolando Recinos … more

Second Fabian's Laundromat underway

Amistad Properties is making fast progress on their second location of Fabian's Laundromat. The new location will be housed at the former Coin Laundry, which sits on the corner of US-385 and W. James (nearby Alamo Elementary). more

Where ya headed?: Travelers of FS

Fast on his feet and an old hand at drifting, "O.D." has been living homeless for 21 years now... more

Wallace Lumber serving up Christmas

The yard across the street from Wallace Lumber Company was lit up in its holiday best on Thursday, Nov. 16 more

Annie Riggs hosts festive open house

The Annie Riggs Memorial Museum hosted an Open House celebration Friday, Nov. 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. The event provided attendees with free Christmas cookies, coffee, and punch. more

Where ya headed?: Travelers of FS

Musician Jean Caffeine drove into town from Austin to perform out on the Grey Mule’s patio on Thursday. She played songs about Saturday nights and crushing on a blue-haired boy.  more

North By North at The Garage

On Saturday, Jan. 30, Chicago-based altrock/garagerock band North By North will perform at The Garage Coffee, Music & More. Soaring vocals, frantic guitar, haunting keys and bombastic drums. … more

L.A. songwriter Silberman back

On Friday, Jan. 29, Los Angeles-based altrock singer-songwriter and guitarist Vanessa Silberman returns to perform at The Garage Coffee, Music & More. Silberman is a founding member of the band … more

Class enhances child-parent unity

Registration deadline is Friday, Jan. 22, for an innovative video-based program designed to enhance child-parent relationship. Parenting Connection is a four-part series of hour-long guided sessions … more

Biblical musical this weekend

Fort Stockton Community Theatre (FSCT) will host performers from San Antonio’s Northwood Presbyterian Church on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 16 and 17. The performance is an original musical called … more

Casting call for young gent

Fort Stockton Community Theatre needs a 20-something male to play small role as a policeman in upcoming production of a three-act comedy, "Let's Murder Marsha."  Rehearsals begin immediately. … more

Square dancers mix it up

On Saturday the Levis and Lace Square Dance Club had a dance at the Crockett County Senior Citizens Center from 7–9 p.m. The caller for the evening was John Geen from San Angelo. He and his wife … more

Floozies coming to town

Sinful Sisters and Fallen Floozies are coming to Fort Stockton on January 16 and 17 to perform their original musical about women in the Bible. The Northwood Presbyterian Church musical group is … more

Businesses must render taxable property

If you own tangible personal property that is used to produce income, you must file a rendition with the Pecos County Appraisal District by April 15, 2016. A rendition is a report that lists all … more

Book grants available to Sul Ross students

The George Bechtel Fund is taking applications for its book grants for the spring 2016 semester at Sul Ross State University. The Book Grant program provides money to qualified Sul Ross students … more
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