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Annie Riggs debuts its new digs

The Annie Riggs Memorial Museum cut the blue ribbon out on its blue porch Thursday, July 13. The old hotel is officially reopened for the public to enjoy its fully renovated museum exhibits. The … more

Anonymous author strikes again

The citizens of Fort Stockton have expressed concern regarding the Pecos County Appraisal District’s assessments within  the Fort Stockton Independent School District since 2010, but some … more

2017 Water Carnival makes waves

Fort Stockton's Water Carnival had a successful turnout this year. The three-day event drew in large crowds to view the annual pageant and performances. This year, Berkel King premiered her … more

Waterbridge agreement approved

The City Council has approved an agreement between the City andWaterBridge Resources, LLC during their budget meeting on July 18.In April of this year, the City Council signed a letter of … more

A line in the dirt: FS provides power

Fort Stockton may be included in the creation of a power line to connect to a new solar farm. According to an article by Electric Light & Power, AEP Texas Inc. proposed to build a new … more

Joe's Place is back! Now an event center with historic qualities

Joe's Place at the corner of First and Jackson has been a fixture ofFort Stockton history since the 50s. Today, the building is readilyavailable as a rental space for hosting meetings, parties, … more

Stockton’s Entertainment nears opening

Stockton’s Entertainment has been in the process of re-opening since early June, and is finally approaching the day of its welcomed return. John and Jo Burns, part owners of Diamond Lanes in … more

PCMH Auxiliary members receive new titles

The new officers of the PC MH Auxiliary were getting used to their new titles at the June meeting on the 27th . The officers were installed at the Awards Luncheon held May 9th at the First Baptist … more

Porky’s officially opens, hosts ribbon cutting

Porky’s Ice House held its Grand Opening in July, where the Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce witnessed a ribbon cutting for their business.  more

FS Fourth at Rooney ends with a bang

Another successful Fourth of July at Rooney Park has ended with a bang, thanks to the Chamber of Commerce, all vendors involved, and the citizens of Fort Stockton. Through the help of numerous … more

Mendoza fighting for a third Stockton boxing event

Abel Mendoza, a Fort Stockton native, took a breather from his boxing career to spend some down time with his family for the Fourth of July. Attending the Chamber of Commerce's two-day Rooney Park … more

OG Midstream Services - home-grown oil field construction

OG Midstream Services at 5331 N. Alexander Lane is an oil field construction company that was built from the ground up. The rapid-growing company provides general contracting, construction, … more

Pecos County snubbed in Trans-Pecos donations

Trans-Pecos Pipeline has continued construction on their pipeline, and has donated almost three million dollars between Brewster County and Presidio County for the use of their land. The pipeline … more

Heart health program available at PCMH

For over five years, the Cardiopulminary Rehab Department at Pecos County Memorial Hospital has aided those with heart and lung issues by helping them exercise and teaching them the proper ways to … more

Go Fourth at Rooney Park

Fourth of July falls on a Tuesday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. The Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce has a two-day celebration planned for the community at the James … more

Stockton McDonald’s getting supersized

As the city welcomes in a new Domino’s Pizza and Bush’s Chicken, the fast-food superstar McDonald’s at 1500 N US Hwy 285 is subjected to some major changes this year. Keeping its address, a … more

MBM Antojitos Chihuahua - fresh food late at night

Sometimes hunger can creep up on you after dinnertime. If you work up an appetite for something savory or spicy after 5 p.m., the MBM Antojitos Chihuahua food trailer has you covered. The Mexican … more

City Council talks unpaid taxes

The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session on June 27, 2017, where they discussed unpaid taxes from All Inn. After the consent agenda and other business, the Council addressed All … more

Museum renovations are finished! Annie Riggs thanks donors with gala

The Annie Riggs Memorial Museum has officially wrapped up its monumental Exhibits Renovation Project. The project's objective to renovate the permanent exhibits of the Annie Riggs was successfully … more

County dismisses burn ban, talks predators

The Pecos County Commissioners Court met in regular session on June 26, 2017 where they tabled the Burn Ban, and discussed the Predator Control Report. The Order Prohibiting Outdoor Burning Ban … more
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