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For the last 60 years, the Ramos family has been helping the Fort Stockton community with paint and body work on their cars. Remie's Body Shop was started in 1959 by Remie and Dorothy Ramos. … more
Some photos from the Main Street Festival on August 17. more
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning in effect from 1:00 PM CDT until 8:00 PM CDT. Source: U.S. National Weather Service LESS ...EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING REMAINS IN … more
Here are photos from Saturday's Rodeo Parade through Fort Stockton. more
The Fort Stockton High School volleyball team took second place Saturday in its own Comanche Volleyball Classic. The Prowlers fell to Sonora by scores of 14-25 and 18-25 in the title … more
Here are some photos from the second day of the PCRA Rodeo at the Pecos County Coliseum. The rodeo continues Sunday. • Mutton Busting: 3 p.m. • Rodeo: 4 p.m. For more information, … more
Here are some photos from the first day of the PCRA Rodeo at the Pecos County Coliseum. The rodeo continues today and Sunday. more
The Fort Stockton City Council has a busy agenda for its Tuesday, Aug. 27 Regular meeting. According to the agenda, a closed session will be held to discuss possible litigation with WaterBridge … more
After playing six of it first eight matches and tournaments on the road, the Fort Stockton High School Prowlers volleyball team will get some home cooking going as they host the Comanche Volleyball … more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer won four awards in the 2019 West Texas Press Association contest. The Pioneer competed in the large weekly category, which included papers from Azle, Dublin, Hico, … more
One of the things that Fort Stockton was missing, was a dog park for their four legged friends and now, residents will have two. The first park is the Rooney Dog Park located in the fenced area … more
For nearly two years, the lingering question hanging over the MMEX refinery project in Pecos County has been when will the financing be in place so construction will start. In a telephone … more
The Pioneer is distributing our 2019 Panthers Football poster! The posters are FREE! The full-color posters measure 2 feet wide by 3 feet tall! Just come by our office, 210 N. Nelson St., for … more
The Fort Stockton City Council met Tuesday for their bimonthly meeting and had several public hearings on proposed manufactured mobile homes. The first public hearing was for property owners … more
With a growth in population, problems at the border, and addiction in the United States running rampant, it's no surprise that Fort Stockton is seeing its share of methamphetamine traffic and abuse. … more
The Pecos County Commissioners met Monday for their bimonthly meeting to proclaim the 10th anniversary of “Pecos County Dinner Tonight.” Dinner Tonight is a healthy cooking club that showcases … more
Fort Stockton has been without a police chief for over a month, but a local officer has stepped into the position with ease. James Valenzuela was named interim chief of police on Aug. 2 after … more
Not all fighting is bad, and a local new gym is here to prove that point. Scrap Jitsu is a jiu jitsu gym teaching the Carlos Machado curriculum from a former amateur mixed martial artist. … more
After searching for someone to paint the way into the new school year, Fort Stockton Middle School found an art teacher. Laurie Holman, 56, has traveled the world teaching all ages various art … more
The Pioneer is collecting first-day-of-school photos from student in Pecos County. The photos will appear in our upcoming print and e-editions of The Pioneer. Just e-mail the photos to … more
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