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Well, we forgot to do a drawing July 5 – so we are doing a double-drawing on Friday, July 12! We will have two winners, with each receiving a four-pack of tickets to Schlitterbahn Water Park! If … more
Fort Stockton City Attorney Jesse Gonzales – who multiple sources say is being considered as the city's interim police chief – was terminated as an employee of the 83rd District Attorney's Office … more
For the last 80 years, Wallace Lumber Company has been a staple in the community. It opened June 7, 1939. Current owner Jim Ivy has been working at the business since 1969. He started out helping … more
Here is the agenda for the upcoming city council meeting: FOR T STOCKTON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2019 5:30 P.M. MEETING LOCATION: 121 WEST SECOND STREET … more
Three sources have told The Pioneer that Fort Stockton City Attorney Jesse Gonzales could be named Interim Police Chief as early as Monday, July 8. Under the council-manager structure used by … more
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION FORT STOCKTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT MONDAY, JULY 8, 2019 – 6:00 PM BOARD ROOM – 101 WEST DIVISION – FORT STOCKTON, TEXAS THE BOARD MAY … more
The Pecos County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fatal crash near Coyanosa this morning. According to the Sheriff's Office, no further information is available at the moment as law enforcement … more
A great run has ended for two Fort Stockton All Star teams at the Little League West Texas Section 1 tournament in Midland. The 10u team suffered its second loss of the tournament, losing to … more
The Pioneer is holding its 2nd annual 'Red, Woof & Blue' Most Patriotic Dog Contest at noon, July 4 in Rooney Park. We will award prize baskets for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners, and give … more
City of Fort Stockton's Celebration Fort Stockton will have a large-scale public fireworks show on July 4. The festivities will be at Rooney Memorial Park and start on with a live concert … more
West Texas is full of a long and unique history, which people are noticing is not available online most of the time. The Pecos County Historical Commission is working hard to get the history, … more
After envisioning a place for people of all ages to enjoy, one mom – a self-proclaimed nerd and music enthusiast – opened a coffee shop that is well loved in the community. The Garage Coffee, … more
The Pecos County Commissioners met Monday, June 24 for a bimonthly meeting, and received updates on the U.S. 67 Corridor Master Plan. The Texas Department of Transportation's plan is to take the … more
The Fort Stockton City Council approved the rezoning of properties that could clear the way to construction of a 20- to 30-unit complex in the city. Kelly Ganson, Inc., a Texas Corporation, had … more
Many people remember a time when Comanche Springs flowed freely, a natural phenomenon that a research says could happen again. Sharlene Leurig, chief executive officer of the Texas Water Trade, … more
The Fort Stockton Independent School District Board met Monday, June 24 and voiced its support for EnergieKontor US Texas SP 1 LLC's project in Pecos County. Board members Sandra Marquez and … more
Fort Stockton opened the West Texas Little League Section 1 tournament with a 7-4 win over New Hope. more
The Pioneer is holding its 2nd annual 'Red, Woof & Blue' Most Patriotic Dog Contest at noon, July 4 in Rooney Park. We will award prize baskets for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners, and give … more
We received a letter – yes, an actual letter though the mail – from Ann Smithwick in Washington State. Enclosed was a picture that Smithwick believes is from the early 1940s of a Vacation … more
With the Fourth of July holiday right around the corner, people are beginning to see the sale of fireworks. But those stands are outside the Fort Stockton city limits – a reminder that it is … more
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