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Standard Attire gets the boot in FSISD school board meeting

After countless parent and teacher concerns, along with a few times of being an agenda item, the Standard Attire Dress Policy debate has been finally put to rest. On May 22, 2017, community members, … more

National Night Out cause for celebration across Fort Stockton

Fort Stockton’s annual National Night Out (NNO) had a great turnout Tuesday, Oct. 4,2016. NNO is a community event spearheaded by the National Association of Town Watch that promotes … more

Jalopy PD

The patrol cars and trucks of the Fort Stockton Police Department may look good on the outside, but as they say, it's what's on the inside that counts. According to Chief of Police Ryan Skelton, … more

MPCGD to ask state hearing for Republic

A half dozen attorneys presented and debated fine points of law and opposing views of common sense at a hearing held in conjunction with the regular monthly meeting of the Middle Pecos Groundwater … more

Palileo leaving Pioneer with a 10-year legacy

Publisher Pam Palileo is leaving the Fort Stockton Pioneer to head Fort Stockton Insurance at 901 W. Dickinson Blvd (right of West Texas State Bank). Palileo made the announcement of her resignation … more

A glimpse of the past: Doris Freitag, oldest living graduate

After the recent passing of Bernice “Bernie” Lannom, Doris Freitag is now the oldest living graduate of Fort Stockton High School. Doris Freitag Malone, 96 years old, was born in 1920 and … more

Tile Market lays its tiles

With a handful of new businesses in development for 2017, Fort Stockton citizens are starting to see a pattern as the new Tile Market at 909 N Nelson has made the most visual progress. Owner Rudy … more

Historic boards unite to save garden

Director of the Fort Stockton Historic Society (FSHS) Melba Montoya teamed up with member of the Pecos County Historical Commission (PCHC) Ross Harper to tackle the “Native Garden”, which is … more

Veterans’ Day proclamation presented

The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, Oct. 24, where they received the first WaterBridge Resources, LLC payment since the contract's inception.John Durand, Chief Operating … more

Children’s Theatre receives grants

Fort Stockton Community Theatre says a big thank you to Independent Agent Phil Chamberlain for being a positive force for change in Fort Stockton.  Chamberlain enabled the theatre to receive an … more

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office, leading Pecos County towards progress

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office is located at 100 E. Division and has a lot to offer behind its double glass doors. The Extension Office is strictly geared toward the betterment of the … more

PCMH Auxiliary supporting the hospital for decades

The Pecos County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary was formed in 1946 and is still thriving 71 years later. From serving fresh bags of popcorn everyday to playing a key role in bringing the Memorial Garden … more

National Night Out - Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016

The Annual National Night Out (NNO) for Fort Stockton residents is set for tonight, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2016.  NNO is a community-building campaign started by the National Association of Town Watch … more

Keep an eye out for the Big Top!

As the days shorten and cool down, fall entertainment is in full swing for Pecos County. One of the largest events on the autumn docket is the arrival of Shrine Circus on Tuesday, Nov. 7.Ringmaster … more

Rodriguez amends City Manager contract, stays on as engineer

When asked about the latest resignation rumors, City Manager Raul Rodriguez answered “yes and no”. To clarify, Rodriguez explained that he will be amending his contract with the City, but will … more

The Old Hovey School: Echoes of an era long-gone (Part II)

Part II: The students of Hovey [Editor's note: This is the second in a three-part series celebrating the centenary of the Old Hovey School, relocated thirty years ago to Fort Stockton to preserve … more

Need help? Mexican consulate makes its first stop in FS

The Mexican Consulate has scheduled their first ever visit to Fort Stockton on Oct. 21, where they will hold a workshop for any citizen who needs help with certificates, IDs, and a number of other … more

Update on Zuzu Verk

From our partners at CBS7 - Zuzu Verk has been identified as the person whose remains were found Friday morning in a shallow grave.  ALPINE -- A body that was found Friday morning in a shallow … more

Voter ID questions resolved: what to take with you to the polls

According to Pecos County Clerk Liz Chapman, voters who cannot obtain one of the seven forms of approved photo ID now have additional options when voting in person. “My office is working to make … more

FSCT's ‘Guacamole Queens’ reigns on stage Friday night

Fort Stockton Community Theatre is bringing back the Verdeen Cousins in its production of “Last Round-Up of the Guacamole Queens,” written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten, which … more
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