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Fort Days salutes 150th of the 9th Calvary

The Historic Fort Stockton annual Living History Day will be held this Saturday, Oct. 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Fort grounds. This year marks the 150th of the 9th Calvary where they were first … more

Spray Park renamed in honor of Matthew Quiroz

When it comes to heroes, Fort Stockton has seen many leave behind a lasting legacy. From the late Billy L. Moody to the late Pete Terrazas, there has been a handful outstanding citizens who have … more

Iron Horse Roustabout ponying up across a range of services

Iron Horse Roustabout, LLC, is a diverse oil and gas company that provides a full range of maintenance, electrical and construction services. According to partners Jeremy Surber and James “Phil” … more

Snakes are on the move

COLLEGE STATION — When it’s warm in Texas, people should watch out for snakes. It’s the time of year when snakes slither away from their comfortable winter surroundings and are on the move. … more

Pediatrician comes to town

Cactus Health Services has added a pediatrician to its health care team. Dr. Thomas Williams joined the staff on Jan. 4. “Dr. Tom” and Peggy, his wife of 57 years and a recently retired family … more

Sam Calderon Jr.

[Editor’s note:  The Fort Stockton Pioneer requested profiles from all of the candidates in the May 7 election for the Fort Stockton ISD Board of Trustees.] Hello fellow Fort Stocktonites! I am … more

Forum on Capitan Reef model coming

A stakeholder advisory forum for the groundwater availability model for the eastern arm of the Capitan Reef Complex Aquifer will be held Tuesday, March 22, from 11 to noon at the Pecos County … more

Years Ago

10 YEARS AGO The Pecos County Memorial Hospital will unveil their new garden at an 11 a.m. ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday, Jan. 19, kicking off the sale of memorial bricks, memorial family … more

County renews insurance policy

Pecos County's general insurance policy will cost eight percent more in 2016. The county will pay Travelers Insurance $612,000 for its property, casualty, and auto insurance policy. The 2016 county … more

Pecos Roadhouse hits the road

Commissioners raise the roof in Iraan

The Pecos County Commissioners’ Court met in regular session on Tuesday, Oct. 10, where they heard regular reports.Pecos County Memorial Hospital requested more of their Capital Funds to replace a … more

To Morrow, we raise a glass

It is common knowledge that when a person has a rough day, they feel the need for a stiff drink after closing time. John Morrow is aiding people in quenching their thirst for something a little bit … more

Nevàrez on border wall: '...when pigs fly upside down and backwards'

AUSTIN, TX – This week, President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order that directs, “the immediate construction of a physical wall on the southern border." If this plan is executed, a large … more

26th Annual Pecos County Pecan Exhibition and Food Show

The 26th Annual Pecos County Pecan Exhibition and Food Show will be held at the Pecos County State Bank, Fort Stockton, with entries received until 9 a.m. Dec. 1st. All entries should be brought to … more

Operation Samalama runs into town

Paisano Pete was not the only one spotted running on Dickinson Boulevard last Thursday. Many Fort Stockton citizens scratched their heads as they witnessed the FSPD clear traffic to escort three guys … more

Keep Historic Fort Stockton Beautiful poster winners

Intermediate School Ben Russ, Fine Arts Teacher, Xavier Hernandez, 2nd Place, Aiana Ozuna, 3rd Place, Destanie Ureste, 1st Place and Guadalupe Fierro, KHFSB Board Member more

Texas led in exonerations

A record number of people wrongly convicted of crimes in the U.S. were exonerated in 2015. Forty-two wrongful convictions in Harris County drug cases boosted the nationwide tally to 149, according to … more

MPGCD denied WaterBridge records

During the regular City Council meeting on Tuesday, City Water Attorney Mark Harral presented an update on activities at Blue Ridge Farms.Harral stated that a fence was needed to block off the … more

Former Fort Stockton teacher pleads guilty to child pornography

Javier Carlos Arteta Franco, a 58-year-old Venezuelan National and former elementary school teacher in Fort Stockton, faces between five and 30 years in federal prison after pleading guilty this … more

Texas harboring law blocked

A federal judge has blocked part of the state’s omnibus border security bill that makes harboring undocumented immigrants a state crime. Under a provision of House Bill 11, which went into … more
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