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After 10 intensive months and 671 total hours of instruction, various police departments across Texas will be gaining new employees thanks to Midland College's Williams Regional Technical Training … more
The Pioneer sought out a graduating student from each of Pecos County's three high schools who overcame additional challenges on a path to a diploma. Desiree Blanco of Fort Stockton High School, … more
When people travel back to Fort Stockton, they may be surprised at how much has changed or how much the city has grown. That was the case for 76-year-old Royce Coleman, who was born in Fort … more
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety is asking for the public’s help in solving the 1993 disappearance of Stephane Meeks Henderson, and an increased reward of up to $6,000 is being … more
History came to life May 24-25 at Fort Lancaster as the annual “Western Frontier Days” took place with reenactments of soldiers, camels, livestock, chuckwagons and pioneers took on a resemblance … more
The Pecos County Memorial Hospital celebrated National Hospital Week this week by honoring their employees. The hospital held several events including breakfasts, ice cream socials and cookouts … more
The Fort Stockton Police Department held an active shooter simulation last week at Fort Stockton Middle School. The point of the simulation was to prepare the department in case of an active … more
The Economic Development Council of Fort Stockton has been working hard over the last year to help the growth and revitalization of the city. When it comes to existing businesses, they offer help … more
The Fort Stockton City Council met Tuesday night to swear in the mayor and new council members as well as a regularly scheduled meeting. Chris Alexander was sworn in as Mayor and Ruben Falcon and … more
The Midland College Williams Regional Technical Training Center had several students graduate with their GED this week. There is no age limit when it comes to coming back to school to get a GED … more
The current landfill in Fort Stockton is nearing the date when it reaches its capacity, but a plan is in place for a new location. The current landfill sits at 3400 Stone Road and has been in use … more
The San Ignacio de Loyola church was home to over 170 out of town visitors, past attendees and people wanting to celebrate 100 years since the first mass was held last Saturday. People had the … more
The full agenda may be viewed by clicking the link below. The Middle Pecos County Groundwater Conservation District will hold a regular meeting beginning at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 21. Among … more
Fort Stockton High School senior Darryn Sanchez lost his opening-round match of the UIL state tournament by scores of 6-1, 6-1 to Victor Nguyen of Lamar Fulshear. Sanchez was attempting to become … more
Kailey Dominguez and Carsyn Evans of Buena Vista High School in Imperial dropped a hard-fought match Thursday afternoon in the 1A girls doubles at the state tennis tournament. To duo lost 6-7 … more
Safety time from The Insurance Journal: It’s all about having a plan, and start planning early if possible. To begin, buy a weather radio, which carries alerts from your local National … more
Kailey Dominguez and Carsyn Evans of Buena Vista High School in Imperial dropped a hard-fought match Thursday afternoon in the 1A girls doubles at the state tennis tournament. To duo lost 6-7 … more
The Pecos County Sheriff has made an arrest in the May 7 shooting on Gatlin Street. Joshua Jamal Gross, 28, was arrested and booked into the Pecos County Jail on Wednesday, May 15. He is being … more
The Pecos County Emergency Management Office and the city will be conducting a test on the tornado sirens on Friday May 17 at 9 a.m. The office said that there will be a long, steady blast and to not … more
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