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For one day only, a new food option is coming to the Fort Stockton area. Cupit's Catering out of Fort Worth is bringing a seafood boil to the farmers market on Aug. 24. After catering for … more
The City of Fort Stockton sought opinions from the Texas Municipal League regarding the City Attorney simultaneously serving as the Assistant City Manager, The Pioneer has learned through an open … more
Senior Day at Fort Stockton High School today in their final home volleyball match of the year against Andrews. more
WANTED FOR RESEARCH STUDY The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) is seeking drivers in the Pecos, Texas area, with a valid U.S. driver’s license who are 18-60 years of age and meet … more
The Fort Stockton Independent School District will be hosting a camp for incoming fourth graders. The camp will be at the Fort Stockton Intermediate School on Friday August 9 from 9 a.m. to 11 … more
The Fort Stockton Independent School District Board of Education has placed a $85 million bond on the Nov. 5 ballot. It is asking voters in the district to approve the plan, which includes a new … more
The Eyeful Art team of Houston is currently working on a large-scale panther mural at the Fort Stockton High School. The large mural has been turning heads since work began on the school’s rooftop … more
The Pioneer is collecting a list of local groups, churches, businesses and agencies that are collecting school supply donations for local children. Please send your collection information, along … more
The first president of the United States, George Washington, issued a proclamation on Oct. 3, 1789, designating Thursday, Nov. 26 as a national day of thanks. In his proclamation, Washington declared … more
The City of Fort Stockton issued a press release tonight announcing the hiring of a new police chief. The press release read: Robert Lee Lujan has been selected as the new Chief of Police in … more
Registration Open for November 7 “Stand Down for Road Safety” presented by U.S. Silica Registration is open for PRSC’s 2019 “Stand Down for Road Safety” presented by U.S. Silica, … more
Once a year across the country, first responders – such as police, fire and EMS – get together to visit events in their community for National Night Out. The event is typically celebrated in … more
Community members are invited to make Christmas cards for the nursing home residents who may not get visitors over the holidays. “Its really just something nice we can do for them,” said … more
Dr. Alma Arrendondo-Lynch, who is running for as a Republican for the District 23 Congressional District, visited Sheffield on Sunday, Sept. 1. She spoke to a crowd of people at the Sheffield … more
The euthanizing of a dog from Iraan by Fort Stockton's Animal Control staff last week has the owners upset and the city reminding people of the importance of having microchip identification on pets. … more
A 8-inch water main broke Monday, and workers from the City of Fort Stockton are working into Christmas Day to replace the main. the break happened on 11th Street between Texas and Oklahoma … more
Garage Sale 1201 N Kansas, Saturday September 7, 7:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Clothes, crib, kitchen table. NO EARLY BIRDS. Back Yard Sale 4120 N. Alamo, Go to Alley, Saturday September 7, 8 a.m. - … more
Growing up in Fort Stockton, LouAnn Tovar never felt like she could afford college, so she turned to banking. “I wanted to get to work,” she said. She started working when she was … more
FM 1053 has reopened between FM 11 and FM 1450. The road was closed last Friday (Sept. 21) because, according to TxDOT: "Rain washed out some of the slope in a different area (from last … more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer extends Christmas greetings to all! Here are the Bible account's of the birth of Jesus: • Luke 2:1-20 1 Now in those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus, … more
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