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Parsley Energy, Inc. (NYSE: PE) (“Parsley,” or “Parsley Energy”) today announced that it has completed its acquisition of Jagged Peak Energy Inc. (NYSE: JAG) (“Jagged … more
Thursday, January 9•Pecos County Commissioners meeting, 10 a.m. 103 W. Callaghan. A special meeting to discuss water issues at the 7-D area.Friday, January 10 – Saturday, January 11• … more
Finally, after several years, the new police department building on Front Street is nearing completion. The Apache Plaza Site at 1710 N. Front Street has several attached buildings to house the … more
The Student Council at Fort Stockton High School is hosting a blood drive from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16 at the Special Events Center. The public is invited to donate blood at the event. more
The Fort Stockton Community Theatre reminds people that The Tenors Un Limited – a.k.a. "the Three Tenors" from Great Britain will be here for a third concert at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 21. The concert … more
Commitment to the customers and enjoyment of his job has kept Jimmy McCasland with McCoys Building Supply for about 21 years. McCasland, 62, is the manager at McCoys location on North U.S. Highway … more
On Friday and Saturday, Jan. 3 and 4, the theatre will host a Stage Craft Workshop backstage at theatre, 102 S. Nelson St. The workshop will be led by Brian Serrano and a crew from the Permian … more
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The Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce announced today that it has postponed it annual dinner, which was scheduled for Jan. 9. The dinner will be held in 2020, but a new date has not been … more
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After serving 30 years with the city, the longtime city secret is moving on to retirement. Delma Gonzalez served her last day on Dec. 20 and shared her excitement and sadness at leaving the place … more
For the last 22 years, one Fort Stockton doctor has been using her talents to take care of the inmates at the two local prisons. Sheri J. Talley, originally thought she would only stay for a few … more
With the holiday season wrapping up, one Fort Stockton resident hopes others follow in her footsteps and decorate more next year. Brenda Delao has decked out her front yard with her 1969 VW Bus … more
The Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce is celebrating their 100 year anniversary next month for their annual chamber banquet. Nominations from the public are being accepted through Friday, Dec. 27 … more
The Fort Stockton Community Theatre announces a Stage Craft Workshop on Friday and Saturday, January 3 and 4 backstage at the Nelson Street Theatre, 102 S. Nelson St. The workshop will be led by … more
BUSINESS HOLIDAY  SCHEDULES SHOPPING/CONVENIENCE • 5 O'Clock Somewhere, 102 E. Dickinson, Close at 7 p.m. Christmas Eve, Closed Christmas Day • Ace Hardware, 2100 W. … more
• First Baptist Church of Fort Stockton, Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, 6 p.m., 401 Gillis St. • First Christian Church, Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, 6:30 p.m., 200 S. Rio … more
The Lilah Smith Safe House closed their doors in March, but after fundraising and receiving grants they are hoping to reopen by February. First Response Ministries, the organization that will … more
After moving to Fort Stockton a year ago to work in the oil field, oen couple decided to open a business in the downtown area. Jennifer Flores and Rafael Guerrero open Snack Attack and More on … more
THE PECOS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT WILL MEET IN REGULAR SESSION ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2019 AT 10:00 A. M. IN THE COUNTY COURTROOM, PECOS COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 103 W. CALLAGHAN, FORT STOCKTON, … more
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