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Jake Pyeatt to perform at Garage

On Saturday, Jan. 16, Fort Worth-based country artist Jake Pyeatt will perform The Garage Coffee, Music & More. Jake Pyeatt began playing guitar at the age of 7, started his professional career at … more

PCMH board changes structure

The Pecos County Commissioners Court and the Pecos County Memorial Hospital (PCMH) Board of Managers met in joint session Monday. The commissioners court passed a resolution authorizing the PCMH … more

Free business tax seminar offered

Specialists will present must-know business tax facts in a two-hour session hosted at the Chamber of Commerce next Thursday. The Big Bend Region Minority and Small Business Development Center … more

LCH Logistics provides RV storage

LCH Logistics is a secure RV storage lot owned and operated by local residents Lisa and Corey Hannon. The couple departed to Oregon and has been back in Fort Stockton for two years now. They are … more

Ending modern-day slavery

There is an epidemic in our country that can impact anyone, regardless of race, gender, location and socioeconomic status. It is called human trafficking, and it is a modern day form of human … more

Health exchange enrollment tops 11.3M

More than 11.3 million people have enrolled in private health insurance for 2016 under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). That surpasses last year’s mark as well as the 10.5 million goal that the Obama … more

Oatmeal—it’s magic

Last week’s article focused on nine ways to stop overeating. This week, I am going to focus on oatmeal, which can help you eat healthily and lose weight. Oatmeal is not only a breakfast cereal but … more

Colpitts & Dickinson getting crosswalk

A pedestrian push-button crossing with audible signals, which can assist people with impaired sight, will be installed at West Dickinson Boulevard and North Colpitts Boulevard. Work will begin next … more

Citizen supports new medical program

Dear Editor: There is truly an angel among us in the community of Fort Stockton, and her name is Rita Childs. When there is someone in need, Rita seems to find a way to make the situation one that … more

Big Chief Spring reemerges glistening

The springs are flowing with about 5,000 gallons per minute. It is always a beautiful sight to see the Comanche Springs water flow through what was completely dry channel days before. According to … more

Update on native boxer Mendoza

West Texas Fight Night had another great turnout on its return to Fort Stockton on Dec. 19, 2015. Boxer Abel Mendoza, who was born here in Fort Stockton, hopes to see the city host professional … more

Lions gives 4-H sewing machines

The Pecos County 4-H program has grown by over 110 percent this year, including a jump in youth wanting to participate in the Clothing and Textiles project. The generous donation of 21 brand new … more

PCMH board elects officers

Dr Subodh Mallik (chief of staff), Rev. Dr. Jim Miles (board president) and Jim Koulovatos (CEO) are shown following Tuesday night's meeting of the Pecos County Memorial Hospital's board of trustees … more

Panthers take 2nd at tourney

The Panther basketball team stayed busy during the school holiday with several games at the Mary Tatum Holiday Classic in Big Lake. The Panthers started tournament play with a 68-40 victory over … more

Coalition pushes postal banking

AUSTIN — Most people don't think of the U.S. Post Office (USPS) as a place to cash a paycheck, but a coalition of national consumer, labor and civic organizations want to change that. The group … more

Memorable visit to Fort Stockton

Dear Editor, I’m writing to express how satisfying my New Year’s Eve was in Fort Stockton. I pulled into town for the night on my way home to Covington, LA, from Silver City, NM, where … more

Texas sues EPA over new ozone standards

AUSTIN — The State of Texas and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality on Dec. 23 filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over its new ozone standards rule. Eight … more

Current Events and Issues Team wins 1st

The Fort Stockton Pioneer is using the online 2015 year-in-review issue to again recognize that the Fort Stockton High School Current Events and Issues Team placed first on April 7 at the UIL … more

Years Ago

10 YEARS AGO The entire slate of board officers was reelected during the regular meeting of the Pecos County Hospital board on Tuesday evening. Board president Frank Baker, vice president Jim … more

Critique Café refines wordsmiths’ work

The Critique Café, also known as the Fort Stockton Area Writer's Group, is a project of the Fort Stockton Public Library and the H. Edward Petsch Arts and Memorial Fund. The group’s members are … more
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