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The Fort Stockton Catholic Cemetery also known as St. Joseph's Cemetery, held a cleanup day last weekend in order to enforce rules and make the grave sites more organized. The point of the cleanup … more
The Pioneer and the Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce that the new "Welcome to Fort Stockton" magazine will be available Thursday, July 25. The magazine will be included in … more
Some photos from the Main Street Festival on August 17. more
Members of the Fort Stockton High School tennis team gave back to community recently as they raised funds for pet supplies to donate to Amy Galvan, who helps with animal rescues and animal … more
The Pioneer features two different Steve Burnett cartoons each week, one on Monday online, and another in the Thursday print edition.  more
Pecos County officials breathed a big sigh of relief Wednesday night after each of the more than 130 residents and staff of Focus Care's Fort Stockton facility tested for COVID-19 came back with … more
Iraan will play Clarendon at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 23 in Post after its Friday night win over Bovina. Clarendon , the fourth-place team from 2A-2 Region 1 District 3, upset District 4 champ Ralls … more
Apache Elementary School, 208 W. 18th St., will host a Mardi Gras Carnival from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28. The event will include games, prizes, bingo, crafts, food and a cake walk. … more
After spending his entire life living in Fort Stockton, one city staple looks back on how much has changed over the years. Many locals are familiar with M.R. Gonzalez – or his father, M.R. … more
If you can't get out to buy a copy of The Pioneer on Thursdays, why not enjoy the e-edition? It's a page-by-page digital copy of the paper that you view on your favorite electronic device! Check … more
With so many activities for kids closed down, The Pioneer has a way for your family to make learning fun and to promote healthy family interactions! Our weekly Kid Scoop page gives children … more
The Fort Stockton Panthers football team couldn't get its offense on track against a tough Estacado Matadors defense in a 24-0 loss Thursday night in the 4A-2 Region 1 playoffs. The loss left the … more
Pecos County Memorial Hospital welcomed a new addition to their team last week in the form of Family Nurse Practitioner Alyssa Frey. Frey just started at the hospital in her position June 12, … more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer won four awards in the 2019 West Texas Press Association contest. The Pioneer competed in the large weekly category, which included papers from Azle, Dublin, Hico, … more
The Fort Stockton City Council will hold its regular bi-monthly today at 5:30 p.m. in its council chambers at City Hall.  Social distancing will be implemented. The Fort Stockton Pioneer will … more
Few annual events have been held this year in Pecos County due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Reunion Festival, Water Carnival, and fireworks show were among the events cancelled. The Big Bend Open … more
The Fort Stockton City Council is inviting interested citizens in volunteering for a city board. Citizens who are interested in being appointed to a board or multiple boards can obtain an … more
The Pecos County Grand Jury will soon consider whether or not to prosecute the driver in an accident that claimed the life of Fort Stockton resident Michael Isaiah Garza. The driver's name has not … more
All charges against former Fort Stockton High School teacher Danny Dixon, 60, have been dropped. Dixon was charged with sexual assault, online solicitation of a minor and indecency with a child … more
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