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Many people remember a time when Comanche Springs flowed freely, a natural phenomenon that a research says could happen again. Sharlene Leurig, chief executive officer of the Texas Water Trade, … more
  The Pioneer is asking the community to share its thoughts about former attorney and 83rd District Court Judge Alejandro Ramón González, who died April 21, for a story planned … more
The Fort Stockton City Council cleared the way for the city to create an alternate route for 18-wheelers that would bypass Highway 18 and Dickinson Boulevard through the center of the city. The … more
Fort Stockton native Blaine McCallister was among the invitees to the Capitol Rotunda to pay respects to the late President George H.W. Bush. Pictured are: Left to right: Among the 21 athletes … more
West Texas is full of a long and unique history, which people are noticing is not available online most of the time. The Pecos County Historical Commission is working hard to get the history, … more
      Testing in Iraan on May 8 The Texas National Guard mobile testing teams will be in Iraan to offer Free COVID-19 testing on Friday, May 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at … more
Downtown Fort Stockton will see a bar and Airbnb on Main Street after local attorney Albert Valadez purchased the former bank building at 123 N. Main St. from the Fort Stockton Economic Development … more
After envisioning a place for people of all ages to enjoy, one mom – a self-proclaimed nerd and music enthusiast – opened a coffee shop that is well loved in the community. The Garage Coffee, … more
Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster announced this evening that two more  COVID-19 cases in Pecos County are out of quarantine and now listed as "recovered" by the state.  The leaves the … more
With the Fourth of July holiday right around the corner, people are beginning to see the sale of fireworks. But those stands are outside the Fort Stockton city limits – a reminder that it is … more
Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster announced Friday morning that Pecos County has its 10th confirmed Coronavirus case. The announcement comes one day after two other cases in Pecos County are out of … more
An Odessa man died Thursday in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 18. The Texas Department of Public Safety is reporting a fatal crash on Highway 18, 10 miles north of Fort Stockton. The crash … more
The Fort Stockton Christmas Parade, as of this morning, is still on for 6:30 p.m. Rain could cancel the parade. Check back with The Pioneer for updates. The Annie Riggs Museum will be host their … more
HUGE CHURCH GARAGE SALE - ONE DAY ONLY! SATURDAY, APRIL 13TH. 7 a.m.-4 p.m. All Sales support the FBC Mission Trip to Ecuador. FBC Fort Stockton, 401 N. Gillis St. 04.17.19 Moving Sale Saturday … more
The Fort Stockton Independent School District Board met Monday, June 24 and voiced its support for EnergieKontor US Texas SP 1 LLC's project in Pecos County. Board members Sandra Marquez and … more
Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster announced Saturday that Pecos County has its 11th confirmed Coronavirus case, giving the county six active cases – all tied to the Texas Department of Crinimal Justice's N5 Unit.  The county's first five cases – including one from N5 – have cleared quarantine and are listed as "recovered" by the state.  more
Republican congressional candidate for U.S. District 23 Raul Reyes announced he is seeking a recount following the July 14 primary runoff where he lost to Republican candidate Tony Gonzales by 45 votes. more
The Fort Stockton outscored Kermit 11-3 in the fourth period to seal a 38-26 win Friday afternoon at its West Texas Shootout in the Special Events Center. It was the first win of the season for … more
Today marks the 72nd anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball. His first MLB game was On April 15, 1947. MLB permanently retired Jackie Robinson's No. 42 … more
The Pecos County Commissioners met Monday, June 24 for a bimonthly meeting, and received updates on the U.S. 67 Corridor Master Plan. The Texas Department of Transportation's plan is to take the … more
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