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McDemolished: Making way for a new McDonald's

Fort Stockton citizens have been put on a McDonald's fast as the local fast food restaurant was demolished this past week. The longstanding “Mickey D's” at 1500 N. US Hwy 285 closed its doors for … more

Panther Tennis beats 6A Midland Lee, heads for regionals

Panther Tennis picked up a big victory, defeating 6A Midland Lee Saturday in a narrow 10-9 victory. For the girls team, it was Jessenia Ureste, Katilyn Cope and Chloe Crenshaw leading the team, … more

2016 - Year End Review (Part 2)

Editor’s Note: This is the second of four installments of the Year End Review. April 2016 MPGCD suspends Republic’s application Directors of the Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation … more

Do Something!

• Main Street Dance Saturday The Fort Stockton Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is hosting its Main Street Dance from 6 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, Aug. 4. Features bands will be The … more

Stop, Drop - Fire prevention is on a Roll!

The second week of October has brought about Fire Prevention Week here in Fort Stockton. The Fort Stockton Fire Department and the Texas A&M Forest Service paid visits to the local daycares and … more

Creative Youth Art Show set for May 18

The Comanche Springs Art Association is hosting its annual Creative Youth Art Show at the Fort Stockton Public Library at 500 N Water Street today, Thursday, May 18. A reception and awards ceremony … more

City Council honors work of Dorman Herman

The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session Monday, Jan. 23, to a packed house. The meeting opened with a moment of recognition to commend citizen Dorman Herman for his innumerable years of … more

A Brief History of the Rollins-Sibley House

The Rollins-Sibley House is a one-story, Victorian style adobe home located near the parade grounds in Historic Fort Stockton, Texas. Dan and Mary Rollins and their sons, Charles, Clinton, and Fred … more

MPGCD debates Cockrell presentation

The Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District (MPGCD) Board met in regular session on Tuesday, Oct. 17. During the meeting, Cockrell Investment Partners, L.P. gave an in-depth presentation, … more

Cinco de Motorcycles this Saturday!

Pablo Landfried is ready to party and is inviting the whole community to his Motorcycle Memorial Ranch for a very different Cinco de Mayo celebration entitled “Cinco de … more

Local BBQ team named Grand Champions

Fort Stockton’s Vein Cutter BBQ team won big at this year’s Reeve’s County Sheriff’s Posse Barbecue cook-off held Oct. 7-8 in Pecos. The team won the Grand Champion title for the overall … more

Spreading awareness for a silent crime

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and Veronica Lopez of the Fort Stockton Safe House has been tasked with the organization of the Domestic Violence Candlelight Vigil to be held tonight, … more

Library looks into space

The Fort Stockton Public Library is currently housing a kiosk with ties to the NASA Kepler Mission. The kiosk is open to the public to learn more about “exoplanets”, which are planets that do not … more

Act I - Hosted by Mesa Vineyard

Act I—Raising Funds for Fort Stockton Community Theatre hosted by Mesa Vineyards is about to open at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16, with a 5K Sombrero Wine Run or Fun Walk with Wine Tastings along … more

May and Dominguez resign, Memorial Day is proclaimed

The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session on May 23, 2017, where they proclaimed May 29th as Memorial Day, accepted Council Member Eric Dominguez’s formal resignation, and recognized … more

PCMH Wellness Center open 24/7

The Pecos County Memorial Hospital Wellness Center is now officially open 24 hours a day, seven days a week (except for the pools). The decision to expand the center's limited hours was made during … more

Disselhorst departs from Extension Office, remains involved with 4-H

David Disselhorst is officially departing from his position as County Extension agent of Agriculture/Natural Resources at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office. Disselhorst will first complete his … more

County officials sworn in Dec. 29

As is traditional in Pecos County, newly elected and reelected officials were all sworn in by Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster on Dec. 29 at the Pecos County Courthouse. County Judge Joe … more

Update: Explosion rocks Fort Stockton

A trailer being towed behind a Penske rental truck exploded Tuesday morning at 7:20 a.m. in the rear parking area of the Sleep Inn, 3401 W. Dickinson. The massive concussion and rumble, at … more

Arsenic and Old Lace opening this weekend!

“Arsenic and Old Lace,” written by Joseph Kesselring and directed by Susann Hall and Alice Duerksen, opens at The Nelson Street Theatre tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. for six straight … more
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