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Pecos County has its second confirmed case of the Coronavirus, with a 31-year-old man testing positive. According to Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster, the man was tested on April 1 at the PCMH … more
The Fort Stockton City Council amended its emergency declaration to allow for disabled people to have a person assist them while shopping.  The change comes to Section 9, Part J, Item 1, … more
The Fort Stockton City Council and the Pecos County Commissioners Court each scheduled emergency meetings today at 2 p.m. the city will consider changes to its shelter-in-place in order, while the … more
Good afternoon!   Wednesday update: • In case you missed it Sunday, there is one confirmed case of Coronavirus in Pecos County. The 54-year-old woman was tested March 27 at … more
Our weekly Kid Scoop page is normally only available to our print and e-edition readers. But, with schools out, The Pioneer is making Kid Scoop available for download using the link on this … more
Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster announced today that all parks in Pecos County – including those in Fort Stockton – will be closed from Friday, April 10 to Sunday, April 12.  The … more
The annual City Spring Cleanup Event, which will be held from Monday, April 13, 2020 to Friday, April 17, 2020, will have some changes this year. The clean-up focuses on items such as tree limbs, … more
The SBA announced the Paycheck Protection Program last week. Information can be found below: Pecos County State Bank Open to all commercial customers 336-3331 Ask for George Hansard, … more
Pecos County Memorial Hospital announced that effect Monday, April 6, Coronavirus screenings will be conducted exclusively at its Walk-In Clinic, 511 N. Main St., in Downtown Fort Stockton. Please … more
A 54-year-old Pecos County woman has test positive for the Coronavirus, becoming the first confirmed case in the county.  The woman was test six days, according to Pecos County Judge Joe … more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer has launched a FREE service to local businesses, charities, churches and government agencies that allow each to post there business name, address, phone number, web site, … more
In separate emergency meetings held concurrently at 2 p.m. Thursday, the Fort Stockton City Council and the Pecos County Commissioners Court each passed limited shelter-in-place orders. The order … more
Good afternoon! Thursday update: • There are no confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Pecos County. There have been tests administered and some are still awaiting … more
To protect our community and to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, all Workforce Solution Permian Basin offices will be temporarily closed. Workforce Solutions Permian Basin staff will be … more
When should you go to the hospital and when should stay home? It depends on whether you are experiencing severe or mild symptoms.  People with severe symptoms – difficulty breathing, … more
Covid 19 Update: As the number of cases as well as deaths from the Covid 19 crisis continue to rise, we are all working diligently to best prepare ourselves and our community for its arrival … more
The Pecos County Commissioners court released this afternoon an agenda for an emergency meeting to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 3 in the Pecos County Courthouse.  The agenda has one item … more
The Pioneer is attempting to gather information and local Easter Sunday services in Pecos County.  Some churches are doing a "drive in" approach.  We'd like to have a list together to … more
ODESSA – Installation of the traffic signals and adjacent road work on East Loop 338 at the intersection of 52nd/56th Streets is scheduled to be completed Wednesday, April 1. The signals … more
Tuesday update: • There are no confirmed cases of the Coronavirus in Pecos County. • The Fort Stockton City Council will have a Special Meeting starting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, … more
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