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After cancelling the event due to weather last year, Living History Day was a success on Friday. The event was condensed into one day instead of several, making it a little easier on re-enacters, … more
Pecos County Memorial Hospital welcomed the county's first baby of 2020 at 10:06 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7. Jasmin and Jesus Hernandez are the proud parents of baby, Avryen. more
 The Texas Department of Public Safety is seeking the public help with its investigation of a fatal hit-and-run incident in Odessa on Friday, Feb. 14 in Odessa. According to the DPS, at about … more
The Pioneer features two different Steve Burnett cartoons each week, one on Monday online, and another in the Thursday print edition.  more
At Tuesday night's Fort Stockton City Council meeting, Mayor Chris Alexander addressed the need for people in the community to serve on various city committees. People interested in serving on a … more
A local artist has been recognized by the library, businesses in town and the family of Frida Kahlo. Peadra Onsurez taught herself drawing and painting 15 years ago while working an overnight … more
This weekend is full of event in Fort Stockton with something going on for everyone. Fort Stockton High School Homecoming Events •Thursday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. Parade down Rio Street ending … more
With Fort Stockton's rich Mexican culture, many people around town are gearing up to celebrate Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead next week. The United States typically celebrates over several … more
Head Start hosted their fifth annual tailgate party on Friday, Nov. 15, complete with football games between the classrooms. The tailgate party was in conjunction with fatherhood week at the … more
The City of Fort Stockton is nearing completion on its new police department building, with some staff already making the move from the temporary offices on 3rd Street to the Front Street … more
Our weekly Kid Scoop page is normally only available to our print and e-edition readers. But, with schools out, The Pioneer is making Kid Scoop available for download using the link on this … more
Active COVID-19 cases in Pecos County drop to 15 on Saturday, July 25. Included in the recoveries are four residents of teh Focus Care facility in Fort Stockton.  Here is the current … more
Updated on 5 p.m. on Sept. 11: TxDOT ANNOUNCES THAT FM 1053 HAS REOPENED PECOS COUNTY: FM 1053 south of Imperial opened up for traffic this afternoon. We have repaired the washouts caused by rain runoff that got in cracks outside our right of way. We filled any voids under the road caused by washouts and patched the road. more
TxDot will be hosting meetings Thursday in Presidio and Friday in Alpine for the first set of regional workshops on the Presidio Freight Mobility Plan. The plan identifies opportunities, … more
Bust out your best dance moves in a 30-second video and you could win a $100 gift card in The Pioneer's Online Dance Contest! Just go to this link: … more
The Fort Stockton ISD will discuss creating its own police department.  The district and the city of Fort Stockton have been unable to reach an agreement on the use of FSPD officers as SROs … more
Early voting starts Monday, Sept. 10 in the special election for the Texas Senate District 19 seat formerly held by convicted felon Carlos Uresti. Early voting runs through Friday, Sept. 14. Election … more
Two Fort Stockton men are in custody after reports of shots being fired at three city locations in the early hours of Wednesday, Nov. 28. The investigation is continuing. The circumstances … more
History came to life May 24-25 at Fort Lancaster as the annual “Western Frontier Days” took place with reenactments of soldiers, camels, livestock, chuckwagons and pioneers took on a resemblance … more
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