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Tracy Canter is the new superintendent of the Iraan-Sheffield Independent School District, replacing Michael Meek, who retired upon her hiring by the school board. “The first thing that really jumped out at us was the high excellence and tradition of excellence for education in Iraan,” Canter said. “I'm from West Texas, so I'm familiar with the school districts and communities.” more
Repair work to the Comanche Springs Swimming Pool has been completed and the project awaits a walk-through with Pecos County officials and the contractor. The pool will not open at this time. … more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer is making a list of Egg Hunts planned in the next two weeks! Please call (432) 336-2281 or e-mail Please include the date, time, … more
The San Ignacio de Loyola church was home to over 170 out of town visitors, past attendees and people wanting to celebrate 100 years since the first mass was held last Saturday. People had the … more
NOTE: This story has been updated throughout to reflect additional information provided at 1:30 p.m. today: The City of Fort Stockton has hired City Attorney Jesse Gonzales as the Assistant City … more
After a nearly hour-long weather delay, play resumed with 7 minutes left in the second quarter and the Panthers leading 14-0. 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
The Women's Division is hosting the annual Arts and Crafts Show at the Pecos County Civic Center. The art show is hosted by Josephine Falcon who has been a part of the event since 1992 and in … more
Fort Stockton High School students are being given the chance to learn about the responsibilities that come with raising a child. Irene Ramirez teaches child development at the school in the … more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer is seeking your help in reporting on Pecos County schools switching over to home-based instruction amid the Coronavirus pandemic. Parents: How is the first week of … more
In a hopeful sign for the 2020-21 school year and high school sports, Fort Stockton High School will open its annual Summer Strength and Conditioning program on Monday, June 8. “The UIL came … more
Here is the agenda for this week's Fort Stockton City Council meeting. more
The Fort Stockton City Council met Tuesday night to swear in the mayor and new council members as well as a regularly scheduled meeting. Chris Alexander was sworn in as Mayor and Ruben Falcon and … 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
Just a general safety reminder to check around your property for standing water in puddles, culverts, old tires, buckets and the like in order to prevent the spread of mosquitoes.  There are … more
The burn ban put in place by the Pecos County Commissioners Court is set to expire on Saturday, Sept. 8. According to Judge Joe Shuster, the burn ban will not be extended at this time. more
Fort Stockton Community Theatre announces that reservations for Dinner Theatre for the production of “A Doublewide, Texas Christmas” will be taken beginning Monday, Nov. 26, at Fort Stockton … more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer is making a list of Good Friday and Easter services planned within Pecos County! Please call (432) 336-2281 or e-mail Please … more
The Midland College Williams Regional Technical Training Center had several students graduate with their GED this week. There is no age limit when it comes to coming back to school to get a GED … more
Garage Sale 682 W 42th Lane Saturday July 27th 8 a.m. - ? Clothes,shoes, bags and misc. items. Carport Sale 1600 N. Texas Saturday July 27th 7 a.m. - ? NO SALES BEFORE 7:00 a.m. Lots of … more
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