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The Pecos County Commissioners Court met in regular session on Monday, June 12, 2017, and discussed the burn ban for the county. One of the beginning agenda items focused on an order regarding … more
You’ve seen him around town. He rides his bicycle on daily basis, leading Fort Stockton residents to refer to him as “the guy on the bike”. His name is James Wilson and he recently purchased … more
The Barracks 2 replica building on the Historic Fort Stockton grounds had a major crack running across its exterior, as the structure itself was weakened and sinking due to water damages. “Tom … more
The Pecos County Community Action office at 101 N. Jackson St. is home to the beloved program known as Meals on Wheels. The program provides a hot meal, Monday through Friday, to the senior citizens, … more
When one thinks of West Texas wildlife, it’s critters like lizards, roadrunners, and jackrabbits that typically come to mind. However, there’s more wildlife out here than you would think. A … more
In Historic Fort Stockton, the corner of replica building Barracks 2 took a dive into sinking ground due to a water leak, City officials said. Mayor Chris Alexander and City Manager Frank Rodriguez … more
The H. Edward Petsch Foundation is a name you often hear attached to the Fort Stockton Public Library. Through its generous donations, the H. Edward Petsch Arts and Music Memorial gifts several … more
Live at Zero Stone Park concert series, featuring Trio Los Amigos Old Town The 2017 Zero Stone Park Concert Series has kicked off and will begin Friday, June 9, 2017 and will feature Trio Los … more
On Saturday, June 10, Austin-based electro-pop artist Dossey will perform at The Garage Coffee, Music & More. Dossey is the electro-pop alter-ego of artist/songwriter/enigma Sarah Dossey, who is … more
After an over seven-year journey with his faith, Fort Stockton native Timothy Hayter is just days away from his ordination as a Catholic Priest. Hayter's trek to the seminary began after he … more
A temporary mural of the late Zuzu Verk captivated the city of Alpine on April 22. The colorful portrait of Verk was done by El Paso artist Robert Garcia and was showcased at the “Garden Art” … more
Team Lannom of Fort Stockton had a blast out in Baja as they competed in the NORRA (National Off-Road Racing Association) Mexican 1000 Rally in late April. The team of six has never participated … more
During the regular meeting of the Pecos County Memorial Hospital Board, the group was tasked with reviewing CEO Jim Koulovatos’s contract renewal. The Board entered into Executive Session to do so, … more
After much anticipation and planning, the Texas Deep Borehole Field Test has been cancelled in Fort Stockton, along with the project's other locations. Public Liaison Nancy McDonald Siefken … more
Following months of pre-construction groundwork, the Bush’s Chicken fast food restaurant is finally being built at 1700 Dickinson Blvd (in front of Bealls). Behind all the project’s labor is … more
Alice Duerksen and Randy Hurt (right bottom and top) receive a donation from the Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxillary representative Elma Jepson and Norma Sanchez (left bottom and top) more
After the recent passing of Bernice “Bernie” Lannom, Doris Freitag is now the oldest living graduate of Fort Stockton High School. Doris Freitag Malone, 96 years old, was born in 1920 and … more
The Pecos County Commissioners Court met in regular session on May 21, 2017, where they awarded bids for roof repairs or replacements for a number of locations in Iraan. The Iraan projects were … more
Joe Franco has built an outstanding reputation and regular clientele with his longstanding Franco's Construction. He built the company from the ground up, and provides professional work with … more
The Fort Stockton City Council met in regular session on May 23, 2017, where they proclaimed May 29th as Memorial Day, accepted Council Member Eric Dominguez’s formal resignation, and recognized … more
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