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Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster announced Saturday the county's ninth confirmed case of the Coronavirus:  a 35-year-old female who is self-quaratined at home with her family. She was tested at … more
As Pecos County reached eight confirmed COVD-19 cases Friday, it also received good news as three cases are now out of quarantine and listed as "recovered" by the state, according to Pecos County … more
Pecos County Memorial Hospital announced layoffs today of 32 full- and part-time employees – a more than 10 percent reduction in staff. Of those 28 were fulltime, and four were part-time. In … more
The Iraan-Sheffield ISD Board of Trustees, at its April 22, 2020 meeting, named Dr. Tracy Canter, currently from Ector County ISD, as finalist for superintendent. By law, the Board must now wait 21 … more
It's been a tough year for the Class of 2020 across Pecos County. For parents, friends and family members looking for a special way to recognize their graduate, The Pioneer has created two affordable … more
The Texas National Guard mobile testing teams will be in Fort Stockton to offer Free COVID-19 testing on Monday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Airport Fire Station Building 180 A … more
A 47-year-old woman was announced as Pecos County's seventh confirmed Coronavirus case.  Today's announcement by Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster marks the first new confirmed case locally in … more
The Garage Coffee, Music & More – a Fort Stockton business known for hot coffee by day and hot music on weekend nights – announced that it will not reopen after previously closing due … more
    Oil prices plunged to their lowest level since at least the 1980s on Monday when the cost for a barrel of crude dropped below $1. The coronavirus pandemic has kept most of the … more
The Fort Stockton ISD issued the following statement after Gov. Abbott announced that K-12, college and university classrooms will remain closed through the spring semester: Texas Governor … more
Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday announced initial steps to begin the process of reopening the Texas economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, including over the next week loosening surgery restrictions at medical facilities, allowing all retail stores to provide product pickups and reopening state parks. Abbott also named a "statewide strike force" devoted to developing reopening procedures. Austin banker James Huffines will chair the task force, while veteran lobbyist Mike Toomey will be its chief operating officer. That group will oversee what Abbott described as a phased reopening. Additional openings will be announced April 27 "after further input from medical staff," Abbott said. more
The Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District has cancelled its April 21 meeting. The next regular meeting is scheduled for May 19.  more
Here is the breakfast and lunch menu for food services through the Fort Stockton ISD.  Food may be picked up for people ages 18 and under at a curb-side pickup lane at Fort Stockton … more
UPDATE AT 7:46 P.M. TO REFLECT NEW INFORMATION FROM PECOS COUNTY JUDGE JOE SHUSTER: The Texas Department of Criminal Justice has reported that its N5 Unit in Fort Stockton, has one inmate and … more
Jessie Dominguez, Pecos County Emergency Management Coordinator, shared the following statement with The Pioneer regarding testing and tracking of Coronavirus cases: April 15, 2020 I wanted to … more
A 29-year-old female resident from El Paso County is in quarantine in Pecos County after testing positive for the Coronavirus at Pecos County Memorial Hospital. Her exposure is connected to … more
Kaitlynn Pacheco really hadn't given it much thought – being Miss Fort Stockton in 2018 when there was no Water Carnival due to repairs at the Comanche Springs Pool and now being one of … more
A 39-year-old male was confirmed today as the fifth case of the Coronavirus in Pecos County. He was tested at Mallik Medical Clinic. Neither the test date nor contact source have not been … more
Our weekly Kid Scoop page is normally only available to our print and e-edition readers. But, with schools out, The Pioneer is making Kid Scoop available for download using the link on this … more
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