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A pedestrian was killed and the driver of a car seriously injured in an accident on Interstate 10 Tuesday, about a half-mile from Fort Stockton near mile-marker 256. The incident occurred at bout … 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
Foreign investors with an interest in agricultural lands in the United States are required to report their holdings and any transactions to the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, according to Kallie … more
Do Something! Your guide to local places to go and things to do! If you have an event for our Do Something! listing, please e-mail to steve.fountain@fortstocktonpioneer.com. Thursday, April … more
The Fort Stockton Police Department has hired their new Chief of Police. Ryan A. Skelton of Alpine was sworn in as FS Police Chief on Tuesday, Dec. 5 in order to begin his work as soon as possible. more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer hosted the inaugural Most Patriotic Dog contest Wednesday, July 4, 2018 as part of the Independence Day fun at Rooney Park. 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 Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District will hold its regular meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 19 at its office at 405 N. Spring St. in Fort Stockton. Click the link to read the agenda … more
The Pioneer asked each of the six candidates running for Fort Stockton City Council to complete a questionnaire. There are two seats available on the council. Here are their responses, unedited. … more
On Saturday, June 1, tornado sirens blared over Fort Stockton as a massive storm front moved in. According to city and county officials, no tornadoes touched down, although at least two funnel … more
Here are some photos and a video of the fireworks Wednesday night as Fort Stockton celebrated Independence Day. 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
PECOS COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BOARD OF MANAGERS AGENDA March 19, 2019 __________________________________________________________________________________________ This is to advise that the … more
The Fort Stockton Ministerial Alliance hosted its annual Easter Sunrise Service April 21, 2019 at Zero Stone Park. Paster Warren Camp of First Baptist Church provided the message. more
Here is a collection of photographs from the July 2 storm that pounded Pecos County. more
October is recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness month. In addition to the symbolic silhouettes annually put around the downtown area, a Domestic Violence Awareness month kick-off ceremony was … more
Congressman Will Hurd said that the illegal border crossings are a “major problem,” but said his opposition to President Trump declaring a national emergency is due to the move setting a … more
More than 11,000 colorful plastic eggs were waiting to be found on Saturday, April 20, 2019 with the annual Lions Clubs Egg Hunt at Rooney Park. Several hundred children showed up to take park in the … more
A two-car crash on Interstate 10 Monday, March 18, left two people seriously injured and another person arrested for alleged Intoxicated Assault. According to Fort Stockton Police, the crash … more
While there are several thousand people registered to vote in Fort Stockton, past election totals show that less than a fourth will show up to the polls. Early voting starts on Monday, April 22 … more
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