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PCMH CEO Koulovatos contract renewal rejected

During the regular meeting of the Pecos County Memorial Hospital Board, the group was tasked with reviewing CEO Jim Koulovatos’s contract renewal. The Board entered into Executive Session to do so, … more

Borehole project goes belly-up due to funding

After much anticipation and planning, the Texas Deep Borehole Field Test has been cancelled in Fort Stockton, along with the project's other locations. Public Liaison Nancy McDonald Siefken … more

Bush’s Chicken coming to Fort Stockton

Following months of pre-construction groundwork, the Bush’s Chicken fast food restaurant is finally being built at 1700 Dickinson Blvd (in front of Bealls). Behind all the project’s labor is … more

Eagles presents Theatre with donation

Alice Duerksen and Randy Hurt (right bottom and top) receive a donation from the Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxillary representative Elma Jepson and Norma Sanchez (left bottom and top) more

A glimpse of the past: Doris Freitag, oldest living graduate

After the recent passing of Bernice “Bernie” Lannom, Doris Freitag is now the oldest living graduate of Fort Stockton High School. Doris Freitag Malone, 96 years old, was born in 1920 and … more

Commissioners accept water settlement agreement

The Pecos County Commissioners Court met in regular session on May 21, 2017, where they awarded bids for roof repairs or replacements for a number of locations in Iraan. The Iraan projects were … more

Franco's Construction- 38 years in the business

Joe Franco has built an outstanding reputation and regular clientele with his longstanding Franco's Construction. He built the company from the ground up, and provides professional work with … more

May and Dominguez resign, Memorial Day is proclaimed

The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session on May 23, 2017, where they proclaimed May 29th as Memorial Day, accepted Council Member Eric Dominguez’s formal resignation, and recognized … more

Sun sets on Gennette's 25 years of teaching

Those who were fortunate enough to take Choir class in either Middle School or High School in the last 25 years would have similarly been fortunate enough to study under the tutelage of the now … more

Standard Attire gets the boot in FSISD school board meeting

After countless parent and teacher concerns, along with a few times of being an agenda item, the Standard Attire Dress Policy debate has been finally put to rest. On May 22, 2017, community members, … more

Library looks into space

The Fort Stockton Public Library is currently housing a kiosk with ties to the NASA Kepler Mission. The kiosk is open to the public to learn more about “exoplanets”, which are planets that do not … more

Creative Youth Art Show set for May 18

The Comanche Springs Art Association is hosting its annual Creative Youth Art Show at the Fort Stockton Public Library at 500 N Water Street today, Thursday, May 18. A reception and awards ceremony … more

Melissa’s Salon – Brazilian Blowouts and more

Melissa's Salon is located at 907 S Jackson Street on the south side of town. Named after owner and stylist Melissa Sarabia, the small hair salon was launched back in August of 2014. “I've had … more

Borehole reps treat community to lunch

The Deep Borehole Field Test representatives hosted a complimentary Dickey's Barbecue lunch to talk about the proposal of bringing their research drilling project to Pecos County. The free lunch … more

Feel free with BioTE - natural hormone therapy

Cactus Health Services has always been known as a place where the citizens of Fort Stockton can receive affordable, quality care and be treated with kindness and respect by their staff. They accept … more

To Morrow, we raise a glass

It is common knowledge that when a person has a rough day, they feel the need for a stiff drink after closing time. John Morrow is aiding people in quenching their thirst for something a little bit … more

Stocktons Entertainment reopening this summer

Malone Mitchell, previous owner of Stocktons Entertainment, announced that he was hitting the eject button and closing the facility back in December of 2016. Malone's departure left the community … more

Disselhorst departs from Extension Office, remains involved with 4-H

David Disselhorst is officially departing from his position as County Extension agent of Agriculture/Natural Resources at the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension office. Disselhorst will first complete his … more

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office, leading Pecos County towards progress

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office is located at 100 E. Division and has a lot to offer behind its double glass doors. The Extension Office is strictly geared toward the betterment of the … more

Incumbents reign in 2017 election

The election results of the City elections for Mayor and City Council have been released, as well as the unofficial School Board election results for Wards 1 and 7. For the position of Mayor, … more
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