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An investigation involving a Fort Stockton High School female student passing out in an athletic activity on campus on Monday, Oct. 5 is currently ongoing according statement released by the Fort … more
The active number COVID-19 cases are back on the decline in Pecos County after a two-week surge that saw active case numbers rise from six people to 46 between Sept. 22 to Oct. 6. There are 31 … more
The Fort Stockton city cleanup days were decided at Tuesday’s regular city council meeting. The dates will be from Oct. 19 to Nov. 6 for residents. Citizens were asked by Public Works … more
Texas House of Representatives District 74 Democratic Candidate Eddie Morales Jr. answered five questions from the Pioneer regarding the upcoming election. Here’s his responses to those five … more
If elected, what will your COVID-19 response look like? With 20 years of elected or appointed public service, I am a local control hawk! I believe that the government closest to the people … more
Most 33-year-olds can’t say they’ve had the same employer for 15 years; however, Crystal Lopez certainly can.  She has worked for the City of Fort Stockton since she was 17 and a … more
Over the past two weeks the number of active COVID-19 cases has risen in Pecos County, growing from six people on Sept. 22 to 46 people as of Tuesday, Oct. 6. The number of active cases has more than … more
In August of 1977 Fort Stockton native Juanita Dominguez had an important decision to make regarding her career. Just a few years prior, Pecos County State Bank Officer Joe A. Hernandez reached … more
The Z Fusion Twist food truck in Fort Stockton caught fire on Friday, Oct. 2 in the Walmart parking around 8:30 p.m. Owner Paul Manosinh said that him and his wife stopped by Walmart on their way … more
No one was injured in the fire that engulfed the KFC-Taco Bell in Fort Stockton early Sunday morning according to Fort Stockton Fire Department Chief Jessie Dominguez. Fire crews responded to a … more
COVID-19 active case numbers in Pecos County was at just six people on Tuesday, Sept. 22. That number more than tripled this past week as numbers climbed to 22 as of Tuesday, Sept. 29. One of … more
The Apostolic Tabernacle Church in Fort Stockton held its first ever “Mission Service” on Sunday, Sept. 27. Members of the congregation dressed in various attire from a country they … more
A 78-year-old female, Pascuala Nunez, was killed in her home in Fort Stockton on Monday evening when her house caught fire according to Fort Stockton Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jessie … more
The City of Fort Stockton hosted a town hall meeting on Thursday, Sept. 24 at the Northside Church in Fort Stockton to hear thoughts from the community on what they would like to have in a new … more
New apartments being built on Dickinson Boulevard by N. Orient St. will be soon finished and available for leasing. A total of 39 apartments will be available to prelease starting at the beginning … more
On Tuesday, Sept. 15 the Pecos County Republican party hosted a meet and greet at the Sagebrush Café & Gifts. Speakers at the event included Chief Justice Jeff Alley, who was appointed … more
The Fort Stockton Community Theatre, Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce, and the Fort Stockton Historical Society had their budgets decided for the 2020-2021 fiscal year on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at the … more
This past weekend marked four years of being the pastor at Torre Fuerte Church for Fort Stockton native Isai Rodriguez. But long before he took over the Fort Stockton based church, Rodriguez was … more
Through the Cares Act Relief Fund, the Pecos County Sheriff’s Office will be receiving new laptops to aid in keeping them safe through the COVID-19 pandemic. The sheriff’s office will … more
Not too long ago Sheffield resident Tiffani Rodriguez was barely making ends meet and on an eight hour round trip back home from that job she decided to start making t-shirts to make extra money to … more
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