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Through the Cares Act Relief Fund, the Pecos County Sheriff’s Office will be receiving new laptops to aid in keeping them safe through the COVID-19 pandemic. The sheriff’s office will … more
Not too long ago Sheffield resident Tiffani Rodriguez was barely making ends meet and on an eight hour round trip back home from that job she decided to start making t-shirts to make extra money to … more
Due to a mass recovery from inmates in the Pecos County Jail in the last week, the COVID-19 active cases in Pecos County are at 12 as of Wednesday, Sept. 15. That number is 12 less than a week … more
On Wednesday, Sept. 9 around 6:30 p.m. Freddy Soto Hernandez, an 18-year-old who was an illegal alien according to Fort Stockton Police Chief Robert Lujan, was killed in a traffic accident involving … more
Lifelong Fort Stockton resident Jessie Dominguez knew since he was little that he wanted to help others. As an adult he’s done just that, and probably more than most with the roles he’s … more
Due to the pandemic and the cancellation of essentially every fall event, Fort Stockton Convention & Visitor’s Bureau Director Crystal Lopez and Administrative Assistant Cindy Melendez had … more
The COVID-19 2020 Art Installation took place on Saturday, Sept. 5 in downtown Fort Stockton at a pop-up art gallery owned by local artist Steven M. Walker and his husband JB Gallegos. Artwork … more
The COVID-19 2020 art installation took place on Saturday, Sept. 5 in downtown Fort Stockton at a pop-up art gallery owned by local artist Steven Walker. The event was considered one of the top five … more
Pecos County Memorial Hospital has welcomed a new MRI machine, allowing the company to offer more exams to more patients this coming fall. The new machine, a Siemens 1.5T MAGNETON Espree, replaces … more
The city of Fort Stockton broke ground on a new and larger landfill on Sept. 1, replacing the city’s previous landfill. The new 141.64-acre landfill is located on Moody Road and is expected … more
Fire crews are battling a fire that broke out in Smith Canyon, about four miles south of Iraan, on Aug. 31 following a lightning strike. According to Emergency Management Coordinator Jessie … more
The Fort Stockton ISD school board unanimously approved the contract between the City of Fort Stockton and FSISD during the board’s monthly meeting on Aug. 31, after a delay in voting on the … more
The city of Fort Stockton has purchased an entertainment complex from Stockton Plaza, LP on Aug. 28 for a closing price of 1.2 million dollars with hopes of repurposing the space to attract visitors. more
The number of active cases across Pecos County continued to increase this weekend, with the total number of active cases now standing at 32, as of Aug. 28. There has been a total of 1,759 … more
The Fort Stockton Panthers defeated the Alpine Bucks 19-15 in their first official game on Aug. 28 at Panthers Stadium, kicking off the football season. more
The month of March brought the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and with it, the subsequent end of the Permian Basin’s oil boom. Chavez, like hundreds of others who saw their work in the oil and gas industry disappear, has had to find other ways to support himself and his elderly parents. more
While the pandemic may have forced parents to rethink their kids’ extracurricular activities, a newly opening horse riding school may be the solution for the fall season. TLM Equestrians LLC … more
Two new COVID-19 fatalities were reported for Pecos County this week as the number of positive and active cases across the county continue to increase. The county currently is reporting 29 active … more
The city of Fort Stockton has approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the Fort Stockton Police Department and the Office of the Attorney General of Texas to combat internet crime against … more
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