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FSISD, Midland College WRTCC pair for superior dual credit status

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When it comes to dual crediting in the state of Texas, students that attend Fort Stockton High School are far above their peers around the state. A big reason why? FSISD partners with Midland College Williams Regional Technical Training Center in Fort Stockton to give students an affordable opportunity to succeed immediately in a variety of ways after graduation.
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AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH

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Fort Stockton High School Social Studies Teacher Vibert Skeete received a proclamation recognizing African American Heritage Month on Monday, Feb. 8 at the Pecos County Courthouse at the commissioners regular meeting. The proclamation called upon all citizens to join the students of Pecos County, and the members of the George Washington and Abraham Lincoln Volunteer Club to observe the month of February 2021, as African Heritage Month, they ask that the month be observed in honor of those who have worked to build a stronger more united country that is known as the land of the free, and home of the brave. Skeete also received a proclamation at Tuesday’s city council meeting from Fort Stockton mayor Chris Alexander. Photo by Nathan Heuer
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Wednesday’s vaccine clinic open to 16 and older with pre-existing condition

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For the first time since COVID-19 vaccines arrived in Fort Stockton, ages 16 and older with at least one pre-existing condition will have an opportunity to get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

Pecos County Memorial Hospital will have a vaccine clinic at the Civic Center starting at 9 a.m. Individuals 65 and older with a pre-existing condition will can arrive starting at 9 a.m.

People who receive the shot can live outside Pecos County, along with those who live in the county.

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Pecos County Public Sentencings - January 2021

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  • Mason Scott O’Bannon, DOB 09/10/1998 (CR-24117, criminal trespass) defendant plead guilty time served 30 days in the county jail.
  • Mason Scott O’Bannon, DOB 09/10/1998 (CR-24118, resist arrest search or transport) defendant plead guilty time served 30 days in the county jail.
  • Mason Scott O’Bannon, DOB 09/10/1998 (CR-24119, criminal trespass) defendant plead guilty time served 30 days in the county jail.
  • Carlos Rey Ramirez, DOB 01/16/1996 (CR-24033, violation bond/pro