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FSCT karaoke, more upcoming events

Fort Stockton Community Theatre has lots coming up in the new few weeks, something for everybody. Saturday, Feb. 17, the Nelson Street Theatre doors will open at 7:30 p.m. for Karaoke, With Love … more

Racial profiling report presented

During their regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 13, the County Commissioners heard a presentation of the Racial Profiling Report for 2017 from Sheriff Cliff Harris. According to the report, the Pecos … more

County approves dates for County/City Clean-Up

The Pecos County Commissioners’ Court met in regular session on Monday, Feb. 12., where they put out several calls for bids for materials used for paving and road work, along with many other agenda … more

Fort Lancaster hosts special guided tour

SHEFFIELD, TX –– Looking for something fun for the entire family? Visit Fort Lancaster State Historic Site on Sunday, February 18th for a special Battle of Fort Lancaster Guided Tour of the … more

Stockton Ford gives to FS Sports Booster Club

The staff at Stockton Ford presents a $2500 check to the Fort Stockton Sports Booster Club for the many activities they do during the year. Pictured from left to right are Stockton Ford salesman … more

Hungrytown to perform at FS Public Library

The Fort Stockton Public Library presents the return of celebrated acoustic duo Hungrytown on Tuesday, Feb. 27. Last July, they completed a successful six-and-a-half-month tour of the US, UK and New … more

FSISD teachers recognized by 5 O’Clock Somewhere

Congratulations to Fort Stockton ISD teachers Margaret Carstarphen and Sergio Guardiola! They are winners of the 5 O’Clock Somewhere monthly $100 prizes recognizing dedicated teachers in our … more

Join FSCT for karaoke With Love

Fort Stockton Community Theatre is hosting another Karaoke Night—With Love—on Saturday, Feb. 17. The doors will open at 7:30 p.m. at The Nelson St. Theatre at 102 S. Nelson St., and competition … more

The Beautiful Side

I am Leslye Curnutt, and I am honored to be the chairman of the city advisory board Keep Historic Fort Stockton Beautiful (KHFSB). The mission of KHFSB is to preserve the natural beauty and … more

Upcoming pool repairs may cancel Water Carnival

The Pecos County Commissioners met in regular session on Monday, Jan. 22 and held a workshop to discuss a handful of top-priority topics for the year of 2018 ... more

174 Power Global Breaks Ground on 236 MW PV Project

-Midway Solar will be the largest installed PV project in Texas to date ... more

MPGCD divided on BlueRidge Farms production permit MPGCD divided on BlueRidge Farms production permit

The Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District (MPGCD) Board met for their regular board meeting and public hearings on Tuesday, Jan. 16 ... more

Practice hand washing to fight the flu!

Flu season is in full swing here in Pecos County, and providers in Fort Stockton have been busy aiding the citizens in fighting the illness ... more

Insurance premiums come in over budget

During their Dec. 27 meeting, the Commissioners’ Court discussed the renewal of their property, casualty, and auto insurance with Sawyer & Associates Insurance. The commissioners first approved … more

Commissioners amend abatement agreements

The Pecos County Commissioners’ Court approved amendments to two tax abatement agreements in their regular meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 27. The first amendment discussed was regarding the contract … more

Commissioners commence with end of year business

The Pecos County Commissioners' Court went through a lengthy agenda during their meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 27. To begin the meeting, Texas Department of Criminal Justice Warden Joel Gauna … more

Protect and Conserve and Prevent Waste of Groundwater

Our mission at Middle Pecos Groundwater Conservation District is to develop and implement an efficient, economical and environmentally sound groundwater management program to protect and maintain … more

FSISD bus purchase proves a bumpy ride

The subject of purchasing refurbished buses came up once again during the FSISD School Board's regular meeting on Dec. 18 ... more

More city code changes to come

The City of Fort Stockton’s Code Enforcement Department will soon team up with the Police Department, and a certificate of occupancy may be required by all businesses in the coming year. more

City ordinances changing for 2018

City code ordinances may begin to look a little different next year... more
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