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The Pecos County Commissioners’ Court unanimously adopted the 2021 county budget during its Aug. 17 meeting, and is set to vote on the proposed 2020 tax rate next week. more
City Council has approved an interlocal agreement between the city of Fort Stockton and Fort Stockton ISD to provide School Resource Officers following a six-month drafting process between both entities. 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
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
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
City Council moved forward with the proposed tax rate for the 2020-2021 fiscal year and announced its two public hearing dates for the budget. more
The Fort Stockton School Board has voted to allow remote learning students to participate in UIL activities and postponed voting on the School Resource Officers agreement during their Aug. 10 special … more
The Pecos County Commissioners Court proposed its tax rate for the 2021 Fiscal Year and purchased curbside carts ahead of the 2020 elections during their Aug. 10 meeting. The court will be holding a public hearing on Aug. 17. more
For the last 50 years, local Fort Stockton resident Myrtle Campbell, 94, has been selling AVON products from her house, enlisting the help of her husband and her two sons to sell and deliver products in the area. more
Pecos County has reported its second COVID-19 related death on Aug. 8, according to County Judge Joe Shuster.  The fatality is a 50-year-old male whose cause of contraction is unknown. He … more
Despite the summer’s heat, Fort Stockton High School football players returned to the field to begin practicing for the 2020-2021 season. Abiding by CDC and UIL guidelines to limit the spread of COVID-19, all coaches were required to wear a mask and athletes had to bring their own water bottles to practice. Social distance was maintained when possible. The first scrimmage of the season is on Aug. 20, 2020. more
The Pecos County Emergency Management Office has reported 19 active cases as of Aug. 5. with 1,531 tested individuals and 131 recoveries. A county-wide mask order has been in effect since July 20 … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, so does the “COVID-19 2020” installation at 209 W. 1st St., coordinated by Alpine artist Lori Griffin and owned by Fort Stockton local artist Steven Walker. The installation is looking to exhibit a total of 21 artists by its opening date on Sept. 5. more
Two more school districts in Pecos County are gearing up to welcome back students amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Iraan-Sheffield ISD and Buena Vista ISD have released their back to school plan for the 2020-2021 school year. 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
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
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
After seeing its active COVID-19 cases reach 22 last week, Pecos County has seen its numbers drop into the teens this week. As of July 29, the county has 14 active cases. With laboratories taking … more
The Republicans still do not officially have a candidate for the 23rd Congressional District seat in the November election, as the Texas Republican Party has not certified the results from the July … more
A 75-year-old Pecos County man who was hospitalized in El Paso due to COVID-19 has now left the hospital and is recovered, according to Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster.  The man was listed as … more
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