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Commissioners commence with end of year business

The Pecos County Commissioners' Court went through a lengthy agenda during their meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 27. To begin the meeting, Texas Department of Criminal Justice Warden Joel Gauna … more

Commissioners canvass Nov. 7 election

The Pecos County Commissioners’ Court met in regular session on Nov. 13. After a brief discussion, the commissioners approved the employment of part-time help for the Justice of the Peace in … more

Blue Ridge solar panel plan?

The Fort Stockton City Council heard a presentation by Director Rob Adams with S-Power regarding the placement of solar panels on property in Blue Ridge Farms. more

City ordinances changing for 2018

City code ordinances may begin to look a little different next year... more

Gonzales defeats Dominguez in commissioner's race

Pecos County will have a new commissioner in Precinct 2 next year as challenger Robert Gonzales defeated incumbent Lupe Dominguez in Tuesday's Democratic Primary election. While early voting … more

Possible homicide at All Inn

On Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017 at approximately 6:49 a.m., the Fort Stockton Police Department was dispatched to a local motel in reference to an unattended death. more

Skelton chosen as new FS Police Chief

The Fort Stockton Police Department has hired their new Chief of Police. Ryan A. Skelton of Alpine was sworn in as FS Police Chief on Tuesday, Dec. 5 in order to begin his work as soon as possible. more

FSISD financial, TEA reports approved

The FSISD School Board held a presentation of their Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) Report, as well as the finalized Texas Academic (TEA) Performance Report... more

Police ID body in motel homicide

Fort Stockton police have identified the victim in the Nov. 28 murder at a local motel. more

174 Power Global Breaks Ground on 236 MW PV Project

-Midway Solar will be the largest installed PV project in Texas to date ... more

City approves proposed apartment complex

During their regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13, the Fort Stockton City Council approved composing a letter of support for a proposed apartment complex. Paul Holden of Zimmerman Properties … more

Early voting locations

For early voting, citizens can vote in the locations and at the times listed below: -Courthouse Annex at 200 S. Nelson from Feb. 20 through March 2 daily at 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. -Coyanosa Community … more

Hangar up in flames

The Commissioners’ Court addressed the Fort Stockton-Pecos County Airport during their Monday meeting. According to Commissioner Tom Chapman, two rafters in the airport hangar caught fire due to high winds and old wiring in the days surrounding Veterans’ Day. more

Hayter to be ordained

After an over seven-year journey with his faith, Fort Stockton native Timothy Hayter is just days away from his ordination as a Catholic Priest. Hayter's trek to the seminary began after he … more

Sagebrush RV Park Country Store cuts ribbon

Ambassadors from Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce were in attendance as the Sagebrush RV Park  cut the blue ribbon for their new Country Store, which also serves burgers and beer. Representing the … more

Pecos County Receives $500,000 Donation from Trans-Pecos Pipeline

Funds Will Go toward Local Community and Civic CentersPecos County today announced that it has received a $500,000 donation from Trans-Pecos Pipeline LLC. The Pecos County commissioners voted to … more

FS Choir to take a bite of the Big Apple

The Fort Stockton High School Panther Chorale will be flying to New York City on Wednesday, June 21. The choir will sing at Carnegie Hall during their trip, a first for any choir in Fort Stockton. … more

Ramos arrested Tuesday night

The Fort Stockton Police Department were called out in the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 20, regarding a tense situation at a residence on South Rooney Street. Thought to be a hostage … more

Fuentes reminisces on years with FSPD

The Fort Stockton Police Department's former Chief of Police Art Fuentes made an unforeseen announcement of resignation on his Facebook last Wednesday, June 21. Breaking the news to the public, … more

Falcon proposes to extend current councilors’ terms

During the City Council Meeting held on Nov. 14, 2016, Councilman Ruben Falcon proposed a change in the city’s 2017 elections. His proposed change would push the elections from May to … more
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