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Schools in the Fort Stockton ISD announced Sunday evening that it will close its campuses through Friday, March 20 in response to the Coronavirus. Schools were to reopenMonday, March 16 – … more
Coronavirus vs. Influenza: The Differences and What We Need to know As physicians, other medical experts, and the public learn more about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, scientists are … more
Here is a press relase from Midland College: Midland College continues to monitor the developing COVID-19 situation. Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the safety of students and … more
Statement by Texas Medical Association (TMA) President David C. Fleeger, MD, about Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s state of emergency declaration regarding COVID-19.  “The physicians of … more
Due to the Coronavirus, all UIL sporting events have been cancelled through Sunday, March 29.  For Fort Stockton, the week of March 24 was the start of district baseball and softball. … more
Both Pecos County Memorial Hospital and Iraan General Hospital are requesting that anyone concerned about having the Coronavirus avoid going directly to a healthcare clinic or hospital. Call the … more
Schools in the Fort Stockton ISD will open on normal schedule Monday, March – the first day of school following Spring Break.  The Fort Stockton ISD Board of Education has called a … more
The Walmart in Fort Stockton will join other company stores nationally in ceasing 24-hour operating hours beginning Sunday, March 15.  Stores that were previously opened 24 hours will switch … more
From knowing if there is a local case (there isn't, yet), to sending your child back to school on Monday, to what should you do if you're sick, to where can you find toilet paper – there are a … more
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is taking preventative measures against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) by implementing additional sanitation practices at driver … more
Coronavirus vs. Influenza: The Differences and What We Need to know As physicians, other medical experts, and the public learn more about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, scientists are … more
Pecos County residents interested in learning about severe storms, how to report severe weather to the National Weather Service, or in becoming a spotter for the NWS may attend a free class from 6:30 … more
Officals from Pecos County's two hospitals have a simple message for residents when it comes to the Coronavirus: Calm Down. "The Coronavirus is getting blown up out of reason," said Keith … more
Donavyn D’Ontre Vaughn, 14, a Fort Stockton Middle School student, died March 7, five days after suffering a medical emergency during a track practice on March 2.  The family released … more
On the agenda for the Tuesday, March 10 meeting of Fort Stockton City Council is a request from the Convention and Visitors Bureau to spend an additional S50,000 to complete the repairs to … more
According to Pecos County Judge Joe Shuster, a presentation will be made prior to the 10 a.m. commissioner's court meeting on March 9 regarding the Coronavirus. The presentation is not part of … more
Just a reminder: We switched to daylight savings time Sunday morning at 2 a.m. Clocks needed to be set ahead one hour as we "Spring Forward" more
The United States Geological Service reported that a 2.7-magnitude earthquake shook West Texas around 7 a.m. today, with the epicenter about 25 miles from Fort Stockton. Coroding to the USGS, the … more
Buena Vista High School performed scenes from “Crimes of the Heart” by Beth Henley in Rankin March 4 as part of the UIL One Act district competition. Results were not available at press … more
UPDATE: Here's a quick election glance: IF the unofficial votes hold up, here is what the results look like: • 83rd District Attorney: Ori White defeats incumbent Sandy Wilson 53% to … more
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