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Growing up in Pecos County gave one community member so much joy that after 68 years, she decided to never leave. Arna McCorkle, Executive Vice President of the Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce … more
The City of Fort Stockton does not have a policy to handle a grievance or complaint from an employee unless it is tied to a disciplinary action. The situation came to light through open records … more
The Fort Stockton High School boys basketball team opened the season with a 61-41 loss to Lamesa Friday night at the SEC. It was the first game of the season for the Panthers. The Panthers … more
To protect our community and to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, all Workforce Solution Permian Basin offices will be temporarily closed. Workforce Solutions Permian Basin staff will be … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has limited travel worldwide and has forced many tourist attractions to close their doors. However, while the impact of the coronavirus has reached the most popular sites of … more
UPDATE FROM TxDOT at 9:19 a.m.: "Rain washed out some of the slope in a different area (from last week's subsidence). We are erring on teh side of caution until repairs can be made,: said TxDOT … more
ODESSA – The Texas Transportation Commission has approved a request to lower speed limits on five rural highways in the Odessa District. The changes will be put in place at these locations: • … more
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
The Fort Stockton Economic Development Corporation will meet Thursday, June 18 starting at 2:30 p.m. On the agenda is the review of relief grant applications and the Rio Street Walking Path … more
Pecos County reported its second COVID-19 related death this week. The Pecos County Emergency Management Office has reported 22 active cases as of Aug. 12. with 1,596 tested individuals and 145 … 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
Monday evening saw two new developments for Pecos County with the COVID-19 pandemic, with Pecos County Memorial Hospital seeing its first COIVD-19-related hospitalization, while Focus Care of Fort … 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
Here is the Fort Stockton City Council agenda for Feb. 25 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
According to Fort Stockton Police, a 30-year-old Fort Stockton was shot multiple times at about 6:14 p.m. Monday, June 15 on the 300 block of Main Street between Third and Fourth Streets. Teh … more
A Fort Stockton ISD teacher and one student have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Pecos County Emergency Management Coordinator Jessie Dominguez. An elementary teacher and a high … more
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