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• The Lilah Smith Safe House in Fort Stockton has closed and is looking for a path to reopen.

• The Inaugural Richard Reeves Memorial Cook-Off appears to be a big success.

• The Fort Stockton City Council took the first step in lowering infrastructure rates on monthly bills.

• We update the progress of the mural project at Fort Stockton High School.

• Walmart donated $2,500 to the Imperial Library.

• Toastmaster has a 25th anniversary party coming Saturday.

• Community Theatre is running a contest for a new logo.

• Do something! Your guide to stuff to do.

• Tourists from France check out the food at Mrs. B's in this week's Where Ya Headed.

• Sentencing and case updates from the 112th District Court.

• Do be a victim! A free seminar will tell you how.

• Obituaries for Reyanldo Gomez and Dwayne Lynn Sears.

• Karan's Korner suggests adding the refrigerator to your spring cleaning list.

• Latest from the Pecos County Commissioners Court, Fort Stockton ISD Board of Education and the Fort Stockton City Council.

• FSHS is sending a group to the Girls World Expo on Saturday.

• Repaving is underway at the local airport.

• A big celebration is set for Downtown Saturday to mark the birthday of the late Pete Terrazas.

• Iraan head football coach and Athletic Director Corby Maurer is leaving the school after one season.

• Sports Roundup includes strong performances by the FSHS track teams at a meet in Alpine.

• Penny Smith of the Fort Stockton Community Theatre was recognized for her performance by TEXFest.

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