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Hayter to be ordained

After an over seven-year journey with his faith, Fort Stockton native Timothy Hayter is just days away from his ordination as a Catholic Priest. Hayter's trek to the seminary began after he … more

Sagebrush RV Park Country Store cuts ribbon

Ambassadors from Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce were in attendance as the Sagebrush RV Park  cut the blue ribbon for their new Country Store, which also serves burgers and beer. Representing the … more

Rotary work days set

The Fort Stockton Rotary Club will have a work day Thursday from 5–8 p.m., Friday, from 3–6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., to work on our community grant project. All work days will be … more

New Velásquez makes appearance

Dr. Auden Velásquez and Lexi Velásquez would like to announce the birth of their daughter Audrey Elena Velásquez. She was born on Feb. 2, 2016, weighed 5 pounds 15 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. … more

County adds 7th to PCMH board

The Pecos County Commissioners Court on Monday appointed Dwayne Bonham to the Pecos County Memorial Hospital health care system (PCMH) Board of Managers. In doing so, the court acted on its prior … more

Texas state integrity almost failing

[Editor’s note: The Fort Stockton Pioneer is presenting this article in two installments of which this is the last. The first was in the Nov. 29 issue.] Introduction The State of Texas earned … more

Pecos County Receives $500,000 Donation from Trans-Pecos Pipeline

Funds Will Go toward Local Community and Civic CentersPecos County today announced that it has received a $500,000 donation from Trans-Pecos Pipeline LLC. The Pecos County commissioners voted to … more

FS Choir to take a bite of the Big Apple

The Fort Stockton High School Panther Chorale will be flying to New York City on Wednesday, June 21. The choir will sing at Carnegie Hall during their trip, a first for any choir in Fort Stockton. … more

Ramos arrested Tuesday night

The Fort Stockton Police Department were called out in the early morning hours of Wednesday, July 20, regarding a tense situation at a residence on South Rooney Street. Thought to be a hostage … more

Fracked gas not “clean” fuel

Low gas prices from hydraulic fracturing sparked proposals in 2015 for 44 petrochemical industry construction and expansion projects. Those are expected to increase greenhouse gas pollution by 86 … more

March is National Nutrition Month

Savor the Flavor is the theme for this year’s National Nutrition Month. “According to the 2015–2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, we should enjoy a healthy eating pattern and choose … more

What will Pope Francis bring?

CIUDAD JUAREZ — Pope Francis will visit this border city in February as part of a six-day tour of Mexico. Residents hope the rest of the world sees next month what Juarenses already know:  Despite … more

FSISD teacher salaries

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Fuentes reminisces on years with FSPD


The Fort Stockton Police Department's former Chief of Police Art Fuentes made an unforeseen announcement of resignation on his Facebook last Wednesday, June 21. Breaking the news to the public, … more

Falcon proposes to extend current councilors’ terms

During the City Council Meeting held on Nov. 14, 2016, Councilman Ruben Falcon proposed a change in the city’s 2017 elections. His proposed change would push the elections from May to … more

Matthew Quiroz

Matthew Lee Quiroz of Fort Stockton passed away Sunday, May 15, 2016, in Midland, TX, at the age of 10 years old.  Matthew was born on June 17, 2005 in Fort Stockton, TX. Matthew was a very … more

United Country Real Estate opens

Kevin and Debra Johnson have recently opened a new United Country Real Estate office here and are delighted to serve our community. (Staff photo/Jeremy Gonzalez) more

Zeke Hernandez

[Editor’s note: The Fort Stockton Pioneer requested profiles from all of the 16 local candidates with contested races in the March 1 primary election.] I am Zeke Hernandez, Democratic candidate … more

Panthers take 2nd at tourney

The Panther basketball team stayed busy during the school holiday with several games at the Mary Tatum Holiday Classic in Big Lake. The Panthers started tournament play with a 68-40 victory over … more

PCSB sponsoring Giving Tree

Pecos County State Bank (PCSB) has joined efforts with Child Protective Services to sponsor a Foster Child Giving Tree. Paper ornaments with names of foster children from our area and their Christmas … more
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