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With seven people running for Rep. Will Hurd's seat in the 23rd Congressional District, Dr. Alma Arredondo-Lynch visited Fort Stockton last weekend to introduce herself to the community. She is … more
Growing up in Fort Stockton, LouAnn Tovar never felt like she could afford college, so she turned to banking. “I wanted to get to work,” she said. She started working when she was … more
For the last 72 years, the Comanche Tortilla and Tamale Factory has been serving authentic, home-made products to Fort Stockton. The factory, originally started in 1947 by Angel Terrazas and … more
If you ever see him around town, chances are Andres Madrid will have a smile plastered across his face. He loves being involved and a part of the community, something he has dedicated his life … more
The Pecos County Extension office has hired Payton Keifer as its new Ag and Natural Resources Agent. The Extension office is a partnership with Texas A&M AgriLife and provides information and … more
For the last 30 years, Martha's Boutique and Dish TV have been serving the community with a wide array of needs. Martha Maldonado started the business in 1989 selling jewelry and sewing for her … more
Since Congressman Will Hurd will not be seeking reelection, seven people are running for the position. Tony Gonzales being one of them. The Republican candidate is taking his first shot at … more
A unique and original photo collection is being displayed at Gallery 107 West this month. Local art aficionado Ross Harper purchased photos of American Louis G. Knight, who served as Governor in … more
While he doesn't speak much English, Agustin Martinez local business owner and family man are growing their brand and building on the American dream. Martinez is the owner of Fort Stockton Welding … more
Makala Nerio has gone from one extreme to the other, changing a life of drug addiction into a becoming a gardening aficionado. The Fort Stockton mother has been clean for four years now. Earlier … more
The Water Carnival has created many memories over its 83 editions in Fort Stockton. For long-time Fort Stockton resident John Lannom, the 1955 edition holds special memories as the epic American film … more
A local judge has fond memories of growing up in Fort Stockton back in the 1960s and 1970s. Jose Munoz, 58, is a Municipal Court Judge with the city and remembers staying outside all day to play … more
For one day only, a new food option is coming to the Fort Stockton area. Cupit's Catering out of Fort Worth is bringing a seafood boil to the farmers market on Aug. 24. After catering for … more
Growing up in Pecos County gave one community member so much joy that after 68 years, she decided to never leave. Arna McCorkle, Executive Vice President of the Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce … more
A local artist has been recognized by the library, businesses in town and the family of Frida Kahlo. Peadra Onsurez taught herself drawing and painting 15 years ago while working an overnight … more
An affection for sports runs in Ruby Bernal's family, making her position in the recreation department a perfect fit. Bernal is the City of Fort Stockton's Director of Recreation. She has worked … more
If you have enjoyed a tortilla or a tamale in Fort Stockton sometime over the last 71 years, you have probably tasted one made at the Comanche Tortilla and Tamale Factory. Joe Ben Gallegos Jr., … more
One of the most iconic and moving image about Texas is the adaptation of Larry McMurtry’s Lonesome Dove. Starring Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones, the television mini-series was based on the … more
RED, WOOF AND BLUE PATRIOTIC DOG SHOW WINNERS Here are the winners of The Pioneer's 2nd annual Red, Woof, and Blue Patriotic Dog Show contest, held July 4 at Rooney Park. Twenty dogs were entered … more
Fourth of July at Rooney Park saw fun games, friendly faces, eating contests and more. more
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