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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

Drew Kennedy rocks at the Annie Riggs

Drew Kennedy rocked the Annie Riggs Memorial Mueum on Thursday, June 15 as part of the Summer Off the Patio concert series. Community members flocked to the museum to enjoy a fun-filled night of … more

Meet your new Walmart manager

Tennessee native Richard Myers received a job offer on May 25 to become the new Store Manager of the local Walmart. Stepping into the position on June 1, Myers speaks on getting acquainted with the … more

School board appoints new Recreation Board rep

The FSISD School Board met in regular session on Monday, June 19, 2017 where they discussed the appointment of new representatives to the Recreation Board, as well as to the Board of Directors for … more

Porky's Icehouse servin' it cold in time for summer

With the summer heat taking over the forecast, Porky’s Icehouse is now open to keep Fort Stockton cool. Located at 1401 W. Dickinson (formerly Cal’s), the new drive-through facility sells beer, … 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

“Eggs-travagant” art shown at The Garage

The Garage Coffee, Music & More was transformed into a unique gallery space by the Back Room group of Alpine on Saturday, June 17 for the "Between the Notes" art show. With six walls of artwork … more

MPGCD, Williams eyeing permit limits

Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District (MPGCD) Board of Directors held its first hearing on Tuesday regarding rule changes and permit conditions outlined in the settlement with Fort Stockton … more

Former Deputy Tax Assessor Suarez indicted

Former Deputy Tax Assessor-Collector Hector Suarez has been indicted on one count of Theft of Property and eight counts of Tampering with a Government Record with the Intent to Defraud or Harm … more

FSPD talks fireworks and Fourth of July

Cutline: The FSPD would like to remind the community that using fireworks within the city limits is against the law. (Staff photo/Jeremy Gonzalez) FSPD talks fireworks and Fourth of … more

City Council talks trash agreement with the County

City Council talks trash agreement with the County The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, where they heard public testimony about an agenda item and … more

County takes no action on Burn Ban order

The Pecos County Commissioners Court met in regular session on Monday, June 12, 2017, and discussed the burn ban for the county. One of the beginning agenda items focused on an order regarding … more

Bike rider rocks new sombrero

You’ve seen him around town. He rides his bicycle on daily basis, leading Fort Stockton residents to refer to him as “the guy on the bike”. His name is James Wilson and he recently purchased … more

Heavy repair work saves historic structure

The Barracks 2 replica building on the Historic Fort Stockton grounds had a major crack running across its exterior, as the structure itself was weakened and sinking due to water damages. “Tom … more

Meals On Wheels delivering more than just food

The Pecos County Community Action office at 101 N. Jackson St. is home to the beloved program known as Meals on Wheels. The program provides a hot meal, Monday through Friday, to the senior citizens, … more

Car hits black bear in Sanderson, Oh my!

When one thinks of West Texas wildlife, it’s critters like lizards, roadrunners, and jackrabbits that typically come to mind. However, there’s more wildlife out here than you would think. A … more

Historic barracks bottom out

In Historic Fort Stockton, the corner of replica building Barracks 2 took a dive into sinking ground due to a water leak, City officials said. Mayor Chris Alexander and City Manager Frank Rodriguez … more

H. Edward Petsch Foundation provides for the arts and music

The H. Edward Petsch Foundation is a name you often hear attached to the Fort Stockton Public Library. Through its generous donations, the H. Edward Petsch Arts and Music Memorial gifts several … more

Los Amigos return for Live at Zero Stone this Friday

Live at Zero Stone Park concert series, featuring Trio Los Amigos Old Town The 2017 Zero Stone Park Concert Series has kicked off and will begin Friday, June 9, 2017 and will feature Trio Los … more

Dossey brings electro-pop to The Garage Saturday night

On Saturday, June 10, Austin-based electro-pop artist Dossey will perform at The Garage Coffee, Music & More. Dossey is the electro-pop alter-ego of artist/songwriter/enigma Sarah Dossey, who is … more
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