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Our mission at Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District is to develop and implement an efficient, economical and environmentally sound groundwater management program to protect and maintain … more
The subject of purchasing refurbished buses came up once again during the FSISD School Board's regular meeting on Dec. 18 ... more
The City of Fort Stockton’s Code Enforcement Department will soon team up with the Police Department, and a certificate of occupancy may be required by all businesses in the coming year. more
City code ordinances may begin to look a little different next year... more
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
Fort Stockton police have identified the victim in the Nov. 28 murder at a local motel. more
Adrian A. Valadez was sworn in by the Hon. Robert Cadena, 83rd District Judge... more
Remie Ramos was appointed to head the Fort Stockton Economic Development Corporation (EDC) as Executive Director and began work Monday, Dec. 4... more
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
On Friday, Dec. 8, Pecos County Memorial Hospital will deck the hospital halls with holiday fun as they host an open house with tours of the facilities, refreshments, and a visit from Santa. more
On the agenda for the Nov. 27 Pecos County Commissioners’ Court, the parking policy for Pecos County buildings and property was addressed more
The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session on Tuesday, Nov. 28, where they tabled two of their four action items. more
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
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
The Student Advisory Committee met on Tuesday, Nov. 28 in the Fort Stockton High School Library at 11:30 a.m. for one of their regular meetings. more
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
MMEX held the groundbreaking for its oil refinery on Friday, Nov. 17. A little before 3 p.m., citizens from all over Pecos County and investors from many different countries filled the parking lot … more
The old Spanish Trail Lodge at 700 N. Alamo St. has been getting a facelift for over a year now, thanks to new owners Ele and Patty Hagelstein. According to Patty, the couple had been looking for property in the area before settling on the Spanish Trail Lodge... more
The longstanding McDonald’s at 1500 N. US Hwy 285 was closed and demolished late September 2017. In its place, a brand-new location was built closer to the Interstate and opened to the public Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 6 a.m. more
A U.S. Border Patrol agent died Sunday morning as a result of injuries sustained while on patrol in the Big Bend Sector. Agent Rogelio Martinez, 36, and his Big Bend Sector partner were responding … more
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