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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
Pecos County residents interested in learning about severe storms, how to report severe weather to the National Weather Service, or in becoming a spotter for the NWS may attend a free class from 6:30 … more
An Odessa man was killed the morning of Friday, Oct. 26 after being struck by a car while attempting to cross FM 1776 in Coyanosa. According the the Texas Department of Public Safety, Calixo … more
Jane Dunn Sibley, a Fort Stockton native who left a lasting legacy in the creation of the city's historical society and historic fort grounds, died May 22, 2019 at the age of 95. She and her … more
The City of Fort Stockton sought an opinion from the Texas Municipal League regarding the City Attorney simultaneously serving as the Assistant City Manager, The Pioneer has learned through an Open … more
As The Pioneer prepares to mark the 40th anniversary of the Paisano Pete statue's arrival in Fort Stockton, our staff came across this photo from the Dec. 3, 1979 edition of The Pioneer. We are … more
While the Salvation Army doesn't have a physical location in town yet, they do have a presence and want the community to know they are here. Domingo Escontrias, chairman of the Salvation Army said … more
The UIL announced its realignments for high school football and basketball today.  Here's a quick look at the rundown: Football • Fort Stockton: The Panthers volunteered to move up … more
After abruptly closing their doors in March, a local safe house is fundraising in an effort to reopen their doors. The Lilah Smith Safe House was closed earlier this year after a press release … more
The Pioneer is collecting first-day-of-school photos from student in Pecos County. The photos will appear in our upcoming print and e-editions of The Pioneer. Just e-mail the photos to … more
Coronavirus vs. Influenza: The Differences and What We Need to know As physicians, other medical experts, and the public learn more about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, scientists are … more
My name is Kaitlynn Pacheco, Miss Fort Stockton 2018. I would like to introduce one of the greatest missions projects I get to work on. Operation Christmas Child demonstrates God’s love in a … more
Friday night marked an awaited event at Zero Stone Park that brought families out to enjoy music in the park. The Zero Stone Park Concert Series started off big with Bryon Garrison and the … more
FOR T STOCKTON CITY COUNCIL REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2019 5:30 P.M. MEETING LOCATION: 121 WEST SECOND STREET FORT STOCKTON, TX 79735 AS A COURTESY, PLEASE PLACE … more
For the last 22 years, one Fort Stockton doctor has been using her talents to take care of the inmates at the two local prisons. Sheri J. Talley, originally thought she would only stay for a few … more
Here's a collection of photos from our staff and from our readers. more
Advanced BioCatalytics is a technology and product development company which applies its discovery of protein surfactant complex-based chemistry into cleaners, industrial and agricultural wetting … more
The Pioneer is distributing our 2019 Panthers Football poster! The posters are FREE! The full-color posters measure 2 feet wide by 3 feet tall! Just come by our office, 210 N. Nelson St., for … more
With the holiday season wrapping up, one Fort Stockton resident hopes others follow in her footsteps and decorate more next year. Brenda Delao has decked out her front yard with her 1969 VW Bus … more
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