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The Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce is celebrating their 100 year anniversary next month for their annual chamber banquet. For dinner there will be bone in roast, loaded mashed potatoes, green … more
For the last 28 years, one Fort Stockton native has been running her successful restaurant, Mi Casita. Adonna Gonzalez grew up locally and went away to Southwest Texas State in San Marcos for … more
Fort Stockton Building Official Robert Stoddard's duties go beyond building inspections, code enforcement, plan review, and fire inspections. He also conducts annual restaurant inspections. … more
At a special meeting on Thursday, Aug. 15, the Fort Stockton ISD School Board voted to put an $85 million bond issue on the Nov. 5, 2019 ballot. Voters within the district with decide whether to … more
Nine students from Midland College's Williams Regional Technical Training Center in Fort Stockton were among those receiving their Vocational Nursing pins at a ceremony Aug. 15 in the Allison Fine … more
• Veterans BBQ, Rooney Park near the amphitheater. Nov. 10. Noon to 5 p.m. Concert by the Sul Ross State University Concert Band at 2 p.m. Veterans and families welcome. Info (432) 336-8271. … more
The Garage Coffee, Music and More is hosting a party on New Years Eve to bring in the new year and welcome the twenties. The all ages event will feature two countdowns, one at 10 p.m. for … more
Frank Kelsey Baker Sr. — community leader and the award-winning former publisher of the Fort Stockton Pioneer — died January 26 in Austin with Mary Lea, his bride of 63 years and the love of his … more
The city of Fort Stockton needs to find a farmer to work 274 acres of its land in order to avoid being in violation and facing possible fines from the Texas Commission of Environment Quality … more
Peyton, an 8-year-old dog owned by Abby Leyva of Fort Stockton, was the winner of The Pioneer's Halloween Pet Costume Contest presented by West Texas State bank. Nearly 400 people voted online to … more
The Pecos County Commissioners Court met on Jan. 27 for its bimonthly meeting and had a special visit from Janet Groth's Midland College government and political science class. The class visited … more
Fort Stockton needs to beat Lamesa and see either Pecos or Sweetwater lose in order to make the playoffs. The Pecos County State Bank Scoreboard • Fort Stockton 49, Lamesa 8 4th • … more
The Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District met on Tuesday, Dec. 17 for their monthly board meeting to discuss a large amount of well requests coming in. As more an more land is … more
The 2020 census is gearing up to start collecting data in April. The census is an important event mandated by the U.S. Constitution that only happens once every 10 years. The 2020 census is going … more
The Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its annual Citizen of the Year Award. Nomination forms are available at the chamber's office, 1000 N. Railroad Ave. Nominations … more
After moving to Fort Stockton a year ago to work in the oil field, oen couple decided to open a business in the downtown area. Jennifer Flores and Rafael Guerrero open Snack Attack and More on … more
The Pioneer is giving away FOUR tickets to Schlitterbahn Waterpark in New Braunfels! You are going to need a copy of our weekly Kid Scoop page from the paper! Just send us a photo of your … more
The Buena Vista High School girls cross country team took second place in the UIL State 1A Girls cross country meet held Nov. 9 in Round Rock. Cumby Miller Grove won the state title with 54 … more
AUSTIN – Texas Secretary of State Ruth Hughs, the state’s chief election officer, on Jan. 23 reminded Texans to make necessary preparations to vote in the upcoming March 3 party … more
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