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Registration Open for November 7 “Stand Down for Road Safety” presented by U.S. Silica Registration is open for PRSC’s 2019 “Stand Down for Road Safety” presented by U.S. Silica, … more
After moving to Fort Stockton 16 years ago, one local business woman has laid her roots and plans to stay. Amy Terrazas, 64, owner of Bella Terrazza, opened her store in 2006 and loves selling … more
Another candidate has entered the race for Rep. Will Hurd's seat in the 23rd Congressional District, bringing the total to 10. Ben Van Winkle is the sixth Republican in the race and the fourth … more
To an almost empty library, Fort Stockton Independent School District officials held a meeting to discuss the proposed $85 million bond. The meeting was designed for the public to ask any … more
A new law went into effect in Texas on Sept. 1 that increases the legal rights of people who wish to speak in front of appointed leaders or governing bodies.House Bill 2840 requires governmental … more
Senior Day at Fort Stockton High School today in their final home volleyball match of the year against Andrews. more
Greenwood beats the Panthers 54-17. After a fast start that saw Fort Stockton build a 10-0, the Greenwood Rangers responded with 27 unanswered points to take a 27-10 lead into the half. The … more
DPS Seeks Homicide Suspect from Pecos, Texas PECOS, Texas – The Texas Rangers are searching for Arthur Ortiz Gallegos who is wanted for a murder that occurred around 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, … more
Overnight temperatures will dip into the 30s tonight and Friday, while Friday's high will be around 58. The National Weather service predicts a low of 34 in Fort Stockton tonight, and a low of 38 … more
With Fort Stockton's rich Mexican culture, many people around town are gearing up to celebrate Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead next week. The United States typically celebrates over several … more
After cancelling the event due to weather last year, Living History Day was a success on Friday. The event was condensed into one day instead of several, making it a little easier on re-enacters, … more
Fort Stockton School Resource Officer Christina Moore was recognized by the Fort Stockton City Council for her bravery during the Oct. 14 shots-first incident at Walmart that ended with the arrest of … more
The “store closing” signs on the Bealls department store, 1700 W. Dickinson Blvd., doesn't mean Fort Stockton consumers will have one less place to shop. Bealls' parent company is rebranding … more
Two people were killed and a third seriously injured in more
Starting today through 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 31, you may vote to determine the winner of The Pioneer's Halloween Pet Costume Contest presented by West Texas State Bank! Just click this link to … more
October is Archaeology Month and Fort Lancaster in Sheffield is hosting a special archeology themed guided tour of the historic fort ruins.  The tour begins at the Visitor’s Center this … more
This story originally appeared in The Pioneer's Oct. 17 print and e-editions. The air horns and bell behind the end zone didn't sound until the 3:35 mark of third quarter in Iraan High School's … more
Early voting starts for Pecos County on Monday Oct. 21, with several school bonds and amendments on the ballot. From Oct. 21 to Nov. 1, people can can get their vote in early, before the actual … more
oneer Reporter The staff at Midland College Williams Regional Technical Training Center got together to honor the life of former employee Ida Casias. The group, along with Casias' family and … more
For the last 19 years, Rudy Franco has been selling cars, enjoying sports and spending time with his growing family. “I like the small town living,” he said. Franco, 52, lived in Odessa … more
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