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Porky’s showing signs of progress

The upcoming Porky’s Icehouse, LLC has finally received its sign after it was lost in delivery from California. The sign will be installed in the weeks to come as Porky’s advances toward … more

Arrests made after Zuzu Verk’s body found

Zuzu Verk, a student at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, was declared officially missing Friday, Oct. 14, 2016. Human remains were found last Friday, Feb. 3, by Wagon Road in the Sunny Glen … more

Garage 2nd Annual Best Beard Contest

You know you’ve got the most awesome facial hair this side of the Pecos, so come show it off! Enter your masterpiece in the 2nd Annual Best Beard Contest at The Garage on Saturday, Nov. 5, … more

Inside the Pioneer This Week!

Inside The Fort Stockton Pioneer this week: Horned lizard population spikes in Fort Stockton and Pecos County; County judge selected as Texas Justice Association fellow; Pictures from last week's … more

New refinery construction start nears

Some 20 miles north of town near Sulfer Junction, down a simple county road and further down a freshly bladed trail of flat dusty desert, lies the site of a proposed multi-million dollar refinery as … more

Razor Doves make their way to Fort Stockton's Garage

On Saturday, May 6, San Antonio-based rock band Razor Doves will perform at The Garage Coffee, Music & More. Razor Doves is an engine that runs on high-octane fuel, one part bursting of late 60s … more

Congressman visits intermediate school

U.S. Rep Will Hurd visited with students at Fort Stockton Intermediate School Tuesday morning as part of his swing through the district. He started off chatting with Energy Bus student leaders before … more

Stocktons Entertainment reopening this summer

Malone Mitchell, previous owner of Stocktons Entertainment, announced that he was hitting the eject button and closing the facility back in December of 2016. Malone's departure left the community … more

PCMH slashes all patient debt during October

In efforts to help patients resolve outstanding balances owed to the PCMH, the hospital will be offering a 50 percent discount on current and bad debt accounts, if paid in full. This offer is only … more

County renews medical airlift contract

The County Commissioner’s Court met in regular session on Jan. 9, 2017.  They discussed the renewal of the county’s contract with AirMedCare, as well as the change in location of Longfellow Road … more

JV Prowlers finish district at 6-2

In JV action, the Prowlers finished their season this past week at 20-9 overall and a 6-2 district record. The Prowlers defeated Andrews Friday night 24-26, 25-16, 25-17. Highlights from Friday's … more

Cactus Health announces new facility

Cactus Health Services, Inc., has been serving Fort Stockton and the surrounding communities for over a decade. It’s board of directors met Tuesday, Dec. 27, in the Chamber of Commerce meeting room … more

Water testing takes to the streets

The Comanche Springs are flowing, but so is something else. A significant amount of water has been flowing onto Dickinson and further sourcing from 8th and Oklahoma. According to a press release … more

Alpine: Zuzu Verk search continues, Feds make arrest in post office arson

As of press time Wednesday, the search continues for Sul Ross State University student Zuzu Verk, who has now been missing since Oct. 12. A $50,000 reward was updated this week to  $100,000 for … more

Rock Steady is a first-round TKO

The PCMH Wellness Center’s Rock Steady Boxing program has had a powerful start with the success stories of its charter three patients. The program targets Parkinson’s disease and has proved … more

Walking toward school safety

Conversations have been held on the national, state and local level regarding school safety in the wake of the Parkland, Fla. shooting in February. Ideas such as metal detectors, clear backpacks, … more

MNP Pack and Ship Shack happy with student from the vocational program

Storeowner Michael “Mike” Luna of MNP (Mobile Notary Public) Pack and Ship Shack at 908 W Dickinson, is very pleased with the Fort Stockton high school vocational program, which has brought him a … more

MPGCD sets Republic export hearing

At its monthly meeting Tuesday, the Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District Board of Directors set a preliminary hearing for Nov. 15 on Republic Water Company of Texas’ permit application to … more

KFST on-air talent celebrate 30 years

Ken Ripley and Vicki Mitchell have hit their 30-year mark of working for the local KFST radio station. Ripley is both owner and General Manager of the station after acquiring 100 percent of KFST … more

New business lays foundation

More new business development is bubbling up in Fort Stockton, and this time its at 1401 West Dickinson left of World Finance Corporation and Century 21 (formerly Cal’s). When a new business … more
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