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We are compiling a list of places or events that are helping people for either Thanksgiving or Christmas needs. If you know of a food bank or organization helping for the holidays email … more
Three game rooms in Fort Stockton were shutdown Nov. 1 following simultaneous raids coordinated by the Fort Stockton Police Department, Code Enforcement Department and the Pecos County Attorney's … more
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The annual “The Glitz: Fall for Fort Stockton” event is happening next week. The fashion show and local business campaign is put on by the Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce. There will be … more
A fatal crash on Saturday night left one local woman dead and a man arrested for manslaughter and driving while intoxicated. According to Fort Stockton Police, a vehicle driven by Gonzalo De … more
Voters in the Fort Stockton Independent School District narrowly rejected an $85 million measure by a 650-627 vote – a 50.9 percent to 49.1 percent margin. In Iraan, voters approved a $1.4 … more
For almost a half of a century, one local woman has been serving the judges of Pecos County. Pam Harris is an administrative assistant to the judge, which is where she started her county career … more
Trying to reach the students before crime starts, local officials visited schools to warn them about the consequences of their actions. County Attorney Frank Lacy and Police Chief Robert Lujan … more
For the last 15 years, the Far West Texas Regional School hosted by the Texas Water Utilities Association had classes in Fort Stockton. The school trains water and wastewater operators and allows … more
For the last 18 months, two organizations have had one question on their mind: can Comanche Springs flow again? They think yes. The Meadows Center and the Texas Water Trade teamed up to figure … more
A new hotel with a modern twist is coming to Fort Stockton next year. The Avid Hotel had a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 24 for the project which is supposed to be finished in 10 to 12 months. … more
Hey Pecos County, Fort Stockton, Iraan, Cayonosa and Imperial – it's that time of year again! 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3 marks the end of Daylight Savings Time. Remember to set your clocks BACK … more
Pecos County State Bank hosted trick or treating for over 100 kids, including students from Headstart. Each station was decorated to represent a different theme. Pecos County Memorial Hospital … more
The Pecos County Commissioners Court met Oct. 28 for its bimonthly meeting and approved up to $55,000 in additional funds needed by the Pecos County Sheriffs Office. Sheriff Cliff Harris said … more
From the National Weather Service: HARD FREEZE WARNING IN EFFECT TONIGHT FOR THE FIRST HARD FREEZE OF THE SEASON... * WHAT...Sub-freezing temperatures as low as 22 expected. * … more
The Fort Stockton City Council of Pecos County Commissioners Court have established city- and county-wide clean-up for Oct. 28 to Nov. 15. The city clean-up will run from Oct. 28 to Nov. 1, while … more
Registration Open for November 7 “Stand Down for Road Safety” presented by U.S. Silica Registration is open for PRSC’s 2019 “Stand Down for Road Safety” presented by U.S. Silica, … more
Another candidate has entered the race for Rep. Will Hurd's seat in the 23rd Congressional District, bringing the total to 10. Ben Van Winkle is the sixth Republican in the race and the fourth … more
To an almost empty library, Fort Stockton Independent School District officials held a meeting to discuss the proposed $85 million bond. The meeting was designed for the public to ask any … more
A new law went into effect in Texas on Sept. 1 that increases the legal rights of people who wish to speak in front of appointed leaders or governing bodies.House Bill 2840 requires governmental … more
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