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First-time visitor enjoys Fort Stockton

Elia Moya resides in Northeast El Paso and has never set foot in Fort Stockton until her recent visit this month. She stayed a week with her longtime friend Rose Apodaca and departed with a great … more

Middle School appeals TEA rating for 2017

Fort Stockton Middle School is in the process of appealing their TEA accountability rating, according to information given at FSISD’s last board meeting on Monday, Sept. 25.FSMS’s accountability … more

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

Exercise engages 10 area agencies

An "active shooter" training took place Wednesday, June 30, at the Fort Stockton Middle School. Agencies participating included: U.S. Border Patrol, Texas Department of Public Safety, Pecos County … more

TRAX agency receives $1.2 million

AUSTIN —West Texas Opportunities, which operates TRAX and other public transportation programs, received $1,185,000 in funding last week. The Texas Transportation Commission last week awarded $35 … 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

Water Carnival sets co-directors

Vicki, Rankin and Cole Mitchell will be co-directors of the 2016 Water Carnival “Wizzard of Water Carnival.” Participant signup will be on May 15 from 2–4 p.m. at the Prop Room. This … more

Woman runs 8-0 Ranch bull sale

When it's a young woman running the annual sale of registered Angus bulls at a sprawling Pecos County ranch, it is a bit unusual. But for the folks who know Sarah McKenzie, her place atop a man's … 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

RIOT track team dashes for the gold

Fort Stockton RIOT is a USA Track & Field (USATF) team that works with ages 4-18. The local track program is not affiliated with any FSISD athletic teams or departments, and is operated and managed … more

State confirms behavioral health budget

AUSTIN — The Texas Health and Human Services Commission will have some $6.7 billion to fund the state’s behavioral health services efforts during the 2016–17 fiscal biennium. Senate Finance … more

Easter and Holy Week Happenings

Holy Week happenings The First Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Maundy Thursday Communion service at 7:00pm tonight in their sanctuary at 2nd and Oklahoma. Communion is open to all … 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
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