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Our lead story is an interview with Aaron Owens, youth pastor at North Side Church, one year after he suffered a major heart attack.

Other stories include:

• The City of Fort Stockton is cracking down on junk and abandon cars within the city limits.

• A list of March's misdemeanor sentencing from the Pecos County Court

• The City Council approved a cut to infrastructure fees on monthly bill.

• Pecos County Toastmasters compete at area competition.

• Cactus Health has added an X-Ray machine.

• The Iraan Lions Club got help from students for a Wild Game Dinner banner.

• Karan's Korner offers up some strawberry facts and recipes.

• What you should know about the placement of campaign signs.

• County Commissioners heard about Big Bend Telephone's expansion plans in Pecos County.

• Ed Sterling's Capital Highlights

• Check out new cartoons from Joe Heller and Rich Brooks.

• State Sen. Pete Flores talks about the rigors of passing a bill.

• Check out photos from the 31st annual Matthies-Bennett 4-H Scholarship Auction.

• Annual "Trash Off" event preview.

• Meet new Pioneer reporter Aurora Sain.

• Our Sports Roundup includes a FSHS tennis player winning district and the Iraan girls track team winning the district title.

• The Fort Stockton Community Theatre gears up for its annual auction and celebrates the pouring of the foundation for the new Nelson Street Theatre