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The Pecos County Commissioner’s Court canvassed the votes from the Nov. 3, 2020 election during a special meeting on Thursday, Nov. 12. No results changed from the unofficial results … more
The Fort Stockton Rotary Club announced the start of its annual Toy Drive, with drop off boxes set up in area banks and businesses. Rotarians are requesting that people donate new, unwrapped toys so … more
The Fort Stockton Independent School District announced on Monday, Nov. 16 that it will be moving to virtual learning only starting Monday, Nov. 30, 2020, through Friday, Dec. 18, 2020. The … more
The Fort Stockton Independent School District school board decided to postpone the approval of a bid for the demolition of the Comanche Campus during the group’s regular meeting on Nov. 16 … more
COVID-19 showed once again that it isn’t going anywhere to end 2020. The pandemic and restrictions set in place by state and local government due to COVID-19 ultimately led the Fort Stockton … more
The Fort Stockton Economic Development Corporation (FSEDC), in partnership with the Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce, presents the Be Like Pete: Keep It Local campaign to remind everyone about the … more
COVID-19 active case numbers and death total in Pecos County rose this past week after a decline in numbers the week prior. Three additional deaths in the county from COVID-19 were accounted for … more
A 2019 Fort Stockton High School graduate, Justin Galindo, passed away early Saturday morning on Nov. 7 in a head-on collision in Odessa, Texas. The 20-year-old Galindo was heading north on South … more
The Pecos County Commissioner’s decided to move forward with the purchase of five new GoSafe Body Temperature and Facial Recognition Scanners during their regular meeting on Monday, Oct. … more
Recoveries from COVID-19 far surpassed new active cases from Nov. 3 to Nov. 10 and as a result active case numbers dropped from 64 to 34 in a week’s time in Pecos County. A total of 47 … more
Less than a year ago, after just six months working at the Subway at 2005 W. Dickinson Blvd. in Fort Stockton, 18-year-old Edgar Tavarez received a promotion to shift manager. The 2020 Fort Stockton … more
Pecos County Historical Commission (PCHC) members and volunteers enjoyed outstanding participation and support at the recent two-day celebration on October 30-31 at historic Horsehead Crossing on the … more
The death toll continued to slowly rise in Pecos County over the past seven days. Five additional COVID-19 deaths occurred in the county from Oct. 27 to Nov. 3. The deaths included a … more
Fort Stockton Independent School District Superintendent Ralph Traynham gave an update on student attendance numbers and COVID-19 related numbers involving the school district staff and students on … more
President/Vice-President REP Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence – 3,213 votes DEM Joe R. Biden/Kamala D. Harris – 1,378 votes U.S. Senator REP John Cornyn – 3,079 … more
President/Vice-President REP Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence – 2,633 votes DEM Joe R. Biden/Kamala D. Harris – 1,184 votes U.S. Senator REP John Cornyn – 2,575 … more
Sharlene Leurig, Chief Executive Officer of Texas Water Trade, made a presentation to the Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District board on Oct. 20 regarding a plan to eventually bring back the … more
COVID-19 active case numbers grew by 24 people and five additional deaths occurred in Pecos County from Oct. 20 to Oct. 27. The five Pecos County residents who passed away over the last seven days … more
Before last weekend Pecos County Memorial Hospital only had two ventilators on its campus to aid in those fighting COVID-19. That number more than doubled this past weekend as the hospital … more
The Pecos County Commissioner’s Court is considering new temperature scanners for the court system after a presentation by Eddie Longoria from Team1st Technologies at the commissioner’s … more
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