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Girvin races to the front of local attention

The 143rd Kentucky Derby was held this past Saturday, May 6, 2017 at Churchill Downs, Louisville, KY. It was said to be a wide-open race, but one horse pulled the attention and support of locals in … more

May hangs up EDC hat

After 17 fruitful years of service to the City of Fort Stockton and Pecos County, Economic Development Corporation (EDC) Director Doug May is retiring. Upon talking with May, it is easy to see … more

Election Results

Final Election Results - City Elections Mayor:  Chris Alexander 403 Corky Nunez 148 City Council:Dino Ramirez 248Ruben Falcon 354Mike Stallard 148 School Board - Unofficial … 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

Kick-off for city clean-up a great success

The city and Keep Historic Fort Stockton Beautiful participated in a clean-up for April 29, where they also held the dedication of the Fort Stockton Splash Park for Matthew Quiroz.  According to … more

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

Cali Couture brings California fashion to Fort Stockton

Looking for some California style to brighten up your summer? Dianna Fernandez has you covered with the opening of her new Cali Couture boutique at 109 W. Front Street, formerly Le Salon … 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

MPGCD: Williams settle on permit plan

Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District and Fort Stockton Holdings (Clayton Williams Farms) settled on the terms and procedures last week for FSH to convert most of its historic-and-existing … more

Spray Park renamed in honor of Matthew Quiroz

When it comes to heroes, Fort Stockton has seen many leave behind a lasting legacy. From the late Billy L. Moody to the late Pete Terrazas, there has been a handful outstanding citizens who have … more

Golf course still open after property damages

Last Wednesday an out of control 18-wheeler smashed into the golf course from North Highway 285, trampling everything in its path. According to Desert Pines management, the truck did damages to the … more

Davis steps in as Assistant City Manager

Shera Lee Davis has joined the City of Fort Stockton as Assistant City Manager. Mayor Chris Alexander announced Davis' new position at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Born in … more

The countdown for Bush's Chicken is finally tickin'

Plans for a brand new Bush's Chicken here in Fort Stockton is no secret. It seems majority of the community has been highly anticipating the arrival, but has been left wondering when the physical … more

City Council takes first step towards homestead exemption

The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session on Tuesday April 25 with citizen Darren Hodges present to speak in support of the agenda item to discuss/act upon establishment of a homestead … more

County proclaims May as Older American Month

The Pecos County Commissioners Court met in regular session on Monday, April 24 as Judge Joe Shuster proclaimed May, 2017 as Older American Month in Pecos County. A month to “age out loud” as its … more

School Board divided on “Dress for Success”

The FSISD school board met in regular session Monday, April 24 and had lengthy discussion on the agenda item to consider approval of amended Dress for Success standard attire guide. Superintendent … more

MNP Pack And Ship Shack, packing up to move

Michael “Mike” Luna recently announced that he is relocating his MNP Pack And Ship Shack, which was introduced to Fort Stockton back in fall of 2016. Luna opens up on the decision to move his … more

Timber! Jailhouse chops down trees

The big, beautiful tree in front of the Pecos County Historic Old Jailhouse was recently cut down, as it was creating fissures on the property’s concrete porch. Two other trees were cut down on the … more

Camp Stockton RV Park - ‘A great place to hang your night for a night’

The new Camp Stockton RV Park is now open at 1900 West 1-10 North Service Road. The property was formerly Comanche Land RV Park, and is now under the ownership of partners Martin Young, Nathan … more

Dr. Young welcomed by PCMH

Wednesday, April 12, the PCMH Auxiliary and hospital staff members hosted a welcoming party for Dr. Rachelle Young in the cool shade of the PCMH Auxiliary Memorial Garden. PCMH CEO Jim Koulovatos was … more
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