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The euthanizing of a dog from Iraan by Fort Stockton's Animal Control staff last week has the owners upset and the city reminding people of the importance of having microchip identification on pets. … 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
The Pioneer will say ‘thank you’ to local veterans in our Nov. 7 edition as we observe Veteran’s Day! We are seeking photos of local veterans to publish along with their name, rank, service … more
TxDot will be hosting meetings Thursday in Presidio and Friday in Alpine for the first set of regional workshops on the Presidio Freight Mobility Plan. The plan identifies opportunities, … more
This weekend is full of event in Fort Stockton with something going on for everyone. Fort Stockton High School Homecoming Events •Thursday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. Parade down Rio Street ending … more
Midland College will hold a Hispanic Open Mic event from 12 pm to 1 pm on Thursday, Oct. 3 in the Scharbauer Student Center. The event is part of the school's Hispanic Heritage Month. more
The Fort Stockton City Council members voted at their Sept. 24 regular meeting to approve ordinance changes that will bring the city's building codes in line with those of the state. The request … 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
The Fort Stockton ISD Board of Education will hold a regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 30 at a 7 p.m. Among the items on the agenda is a discussion of school housing options, and options for the … more
• Pecos County State Bank: 6-8 p.m. at the lawn of Motobank, 501 W. Dickinson Blvd. Food, drinks, bouncy house and more. Bring your lawn chair. • Main and 1st street in downtown Fort … more
Are you registered to vote? Today is National Register to Vote Day! If you plan on voting in the Nov. 5 election – which includes a local school bond measure as well as amendments to the … more
The procession to bring the body of Alpine Fire Chief Mark Scudder to Alpine will leave Odessa at approximately 2 p.m. today. It is expected in Imperial around 2:45 p.m. and in Fort Stockton at 3:15 … more
The Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District met Tuesday, Sept. 17 for their monthly meeting. The meeting included a workshop on the rule that the Pecos County Water Control and Improvement … 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
The Fort Stockton City Council met on Wednesday Sept. 11 after voting to move its bimonthly meeting a day later at their last meeting. The council approved the placement of a manufactured mobile … more
The Pioneer is interviewing candidates for the 23rd Congressional District as they come to Pecos County. Here is an interview with Raul Reyes: As a pro-Trump, pro-border wall, pro-life, pro-2nd … more
The Fort Stockton ISD School Board will hold its next meeting on Monday, Sept. 30. The district moved the meeting from Sept. 23 at its last meeting due to conference travel over weekend involving … more
The "Walk to End Alzheimer's" event at Rooney Park went on despite the rain on Saturday, Sept. 21. Please pick up a copy of the Sept. 26 print and e-edition of The Pioneer for additional photos. … more
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