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Fort Stockton High School alumnus Bryan Rainwater has been named the new head tennis coach at McMurry University in Abilene. more
Work has begun to repair the Comanche Spring Pool. The $216,921 project aims to be completed in September. more
We are following a developing story around the Pecos County Appraisal District (PCAD). The Board of Directors have called a Special Meeting for 7 p.m., Thursday, July 12 at its office at 201 S. Main St. more
Do you know what you can put in a city dumpster? More importantly, do you know what you can't? The city' code enforcement officers are to clean up the city and to increase code awareness. more
Fort Stockton’s Holmes Speed Youth (HSY) track team has launched a gofundme.com page in hopes of raising $1,000 to send 15 youngsters to compete in the TAAF State Games in College Station on July 26-29. more
The Fort Stockton Community Theatre will present a good old-fashioned melodrama, “Dirty Work at the Crossroads” for three shows Wednesday, Thursday and Friday July 18, 19, 20. more
Recreating Eden, a self-describes powerful, four-piece, progressive rock band out of San Antonio, will be live in concert 7 p.m. Saturday, July 14 at The Garage Coffee, Music & More, 1110 North Main St. more
The Pecos County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will host a “welcome social” for new hospital CEO Betsy Briscoe, at 3 p.m. July 18 in the classroom at PCMH. more
Here is a collection of photographs from the July 2 storm that pounded Pecos County. more
Here are some photos and a video of the fireworks Wednesday night as Fort Stockton celebrated Independence Day. more
The Fort Stockton Pioneer hosted the inaugural Most Patriotic Dog contest Wednesday, July 4, 2018 as part of the Independence Day fun at Rooney Park. more
While the public swimming pool in Fort Stockton is closed, the pool in Imperial is open for business. more
Fort Stockton High School has changed the date of its summer softball camp to June 25-28. The school is offering a range of sports-themed camps over the summer. Programs are available for children ages four through incoming high school seniors. Space in limited and registration is on a first-come, first serve basis. more
A Fort Stockton man was killed in a two-vehicle crash Wednesday, June 13 in Ward County. Paul R. Weyerts, 50, of Fort Stockton was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. more
Amid continuing drought-like conditions, the Pecos County Commissioners Court approved a burn band from June 11 to Sept. 8. The most recent burn band expired on June 9. The banned prohibits all outdoor burning in Pecos County. The commissioners also approved an order prohibiting the sale or use of fireworks (classified as "skyrockets with sticks" or "missiles with fins" the Pecos County. Pick up this week's print edition or start an online subscription to see the entire story. more
Fort Stockton High School will offer a range of sports-themed camps over the summer. Programs are available for children ages four through incoming high school seniors. more
A jury trial set for June 6, 2018 in Pecos County Court has been cancelled. more
Fort Stockton students are performers in the Texas Department of Public Safety program aimed as reducing accidents and fatalities among teen drivers. more
The Fort Stockton High School Prowlers will face Vernon in the 4A Region 1 semifinals starting 6:30 p.m. Friday at Winters High School. Game two is 11 a.m. Saturday more
Andric Herrera earned a bronze medal in the class 4A boys high jump more
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