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The Rio Grande Electric Cooperative will award $33,000 is scholarships to students whose parents are members of the cooperative. Twenty-two scholarships in the amount of $1,500 to graduating … more
The Pioneer is seeking photo's from Sunday night's lunar eclipse. We are requesting photos taken in Pecos County or those taken elsewhere by Pecos County residents. Please e-mail your photo(s) to … more
AUSTIN – Senator Peter P. Flores was appointed to serve on the following Senate Committees for the 86th Texas Legislature: • Finance, Member • Natural Resources & Economic Development, … more
On January 15, 2019, Pecos County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for assistance from Midland Sheriff’s Office in reference to a possible aggravated kidnapping. Pecos County Sheriff’s … more
A white Ford Expedition crashed into a house, 108 W 17th near Fort Stockton High School around noon. more
WASHINGTON, DC – After a successful four years securing big wins for South and West Texans and leading many conversations in Congress on national security and technology issues, U.S. Representative … more
Cactus Health Services held its formal Grand Opening Friday, Jan. 11. Drawings were held of prizes and Manuel Nettie Wislar claimed the grand prize of a 32-inch television. Cactus moved recently from … more
Pecos County Memorial Hospital reported the first babies of the new year both arrived on Thursday, Jan. 4. The young man on the left was born to Zaidaly Delarosa at 6:26 a.m. Rosalee Gonzalez, right, … more
Students in the Iraan-Sheffield ISD started a photography club in the Fall of 2018 with 12 fixed-focus cameras and one DSLR. Later, three point-and-shoot limited function cameras were donated, and … more
The Rio Grande Electric Cooperative will award $33,000 is scholarships to students whose parents are members of the cooperative. Twenty-two scholarships in the amount of $1,500 to graduating … more
Rio Grande Electric Co-op CEO Roger Andrade announced Monday, Jan. 14, that Rio Grande Electric Cooperative (RGEC) will allow government employees whose paychecks are suspended during the current … more
The moon will turn red over the United States on the night of Sunday, Jan. 20 and early morning of Monday, Jan. 21 during the last total lunar eclipse of the decade. A total lunar eclipse occurs … more
(Editor's Note: This story first appeared in the Jan. 10, 2019 edition of The Pioneer) Steve Garlock looks at the financial crisis facing the Iraan-Sheffield Independent School District and knows … more
The “Rat Pack of Opera,” the Tenors Un Limited, will take to the stage of the Fort Stockton High School Auditorium 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14. The concert is presented by The Fort Stockton … more
(This story first appeared in the jan. 3, 2019 print edition of The Pioneer) The County Commissioner’s Court met in regular session on Thursday, Dec. 28, which ended with a heartfelt farewell to … more
(This story first appeared in the Jan. 3, 2019 print edition of The Pioneer) The removal or destruction of historical monuments with ties to the Civil War-era Confederacy has stirred debate and … more
Donald Lannom, a 42-year member of the Fort Stockton Volunteer Fire Department, was named “Fireman of the Year” at the organization’s December meeting. It was the third time Lannom has be … more
The Alpine Police Department is investigating an apparent murder-suicide that left two men dead on the city’s south side. According to Alpine Police Department Captain Darrell Losoya, dispatch … more
The omnibus Farm Bill signed into law Thursday by President Trump will impact agriculture from food stamps to hemp production. Amid the 800-page law that set the country’s farm policy through … more
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