Coyanosa, TX

House Fire in Monahans

MONAHANS, Texas (KOSA) -CBS7 has learned that a home went up in flames last night in a Monahans neighborhood. According to the Monahans Volunteer Fire Department Chief, they were called to the fire around 9 p.m. Thursday night. They worked to get the fire under control for hours and cleared...
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What Makes Pecos Cantaloupes So Good, and Where to Get Them in Midland/Odessa

Summer is approaching and summer means that Pecos cantaloupes will be readily available soon. But what makes them so good, and where can you find them. According to Texas Co-op Power, the reason the cantaloupes are so good is because of the combination of potassium, magnesium, and calcium salts in the soil that give the cantaloupes their sweetness and makes them the most delicious melons in the world.

James Rooney Memorial Park

James Rooney Memorial Park is pet-friendly. Bring your leashed pooch for a walk on the winding trails in this community park. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any mess left behind and to respect the other park users. The park is open every day of the week from 6am to 10pm. Visit Website.

Your Guide To Local Places To Go And Things To Do

If you have an event for our Do Something! listing, please e-mail nathan.heuer Join the Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce in recognizing you, their membership, as well as community volunteers. Citizen of the Year and many more awards will be presented, including Outstanding Student of the Year, Presidential Make a Difference Award, Ambassador of the Year, and Leadership Alumni of the Year. It’s an evening of good fun, good food, and good news! Tickets are on sale now! To purchase, stop by the Chamber at 1000 Railroad Ave. You may also email to reserve your tickets or tables and be invoiced by email. The event starts at 6 p.m.

Steak House Restaurant Ribbon Cutting and Retirement Celebration

Body Steak House Restaurant in Fort Stockton held a retirement party for longtime owners John and Alma Pacheco on Feb. 11. The couple retired after running the business for 33 years. The event featured a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce and the serving of free food, drinks. Live music was also featured at Friday’s retirement party. Abigail Pacheco Dominguez, the niece of John Pacheco, will now take ownership of the business. “As my uncle John Pacheco begins his new journey in life, I would like to acknowledge all his hard work and dedication he has shown for the last 33 years. He has been an exemplary person in my life, and I wish to follow in his footsteps. I admire his determination to achieve his dreams and make them realizations. I hope to accomplish the same,” she said. Photo by Nathan Heuer.

Your Guide To Local Places To Go And Things To Do

FEB. 10-13 The Texas Sheep Dog Association Trials will be held Thursday, Feb. 10 to Sunday, Feb. 13 at the Fort Stockton Gun Club. More than 100 dogs and their handlers from across Texas and the United States will be competing. FEB. 11-13 The 40th Annual Midessa Boat, RV, Sport...