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Family illness helped guide career path

When Enissa Sanchez was in high school, her grandfather was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver. “I witnessed how compassionate and caring his nurses were, and that’s when I knew I wanted to become a nurse,” Sanchez said. “I knew right then and there that nursing was the career choice for me, and I would do it for the rest of my life!
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RFQ's to be awarded for new rec center at Tuesday's city council meeting

Listed below is the agenda for the Fort Stockton City Council meeting on Tuesday, June 22, starting at 5:30 p.m. at city hall. Items of note include awarding a request for qualifications for the city’s new rec center. F.T. James Construction Inc./Alvidrez Architecture Inc., PSRBB Architects/Banes Construction, MW Builders, Inc. and Spartan Construction turned in bids.
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Nancy Jean Mitchell Stegall

Body Nancy Jean Mitchell Stegall was born Nov. 26, 1937, in San Antonio, Texas. She went to be with her Lord Jesus Christ on June 14, 2021, in Odessa, Texas. Nancy was born to Cecil and Lucile Mitchell. She graduated from Sanderson High School, and married Charles E. Stegall on Oct. 6, 1956. Nancy and Charles ranched in Pecos County for over 65 years. Nancy was a Sunday school teacher, a 4-H leader, and a Girl Scout leader. Her passion was her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
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One dead after fatal crash in Pecos

PECOS, Texas — One individual has been killed in a one-vehicle fatal crash in Pecos County. 34-Year-Old Bobby Moss of McCamey fell asleep at the wheel and his vehicle rolled over. The incident occurred at 11:15 a.m. on May 27 and the driving conditions were dry and clear. Moss was...
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DPS identifies man killed in Pecos County crash

PECOS COUNTY, Texas (KOSA) - One person was killed in a crash in Pecos County on Thursday morning. The victim has been identified as Bobby G. Moss, 34, of McCamey. According to DPS, troopers responded to a crash on FM 11 at 11:15 a.m. When troopers arrived at the scene,...

McCamey man killed in rollover crash

Body A 34-year-old male was killed in a rollover accident on May 27 on FM 11 in Pecos County at mile marker 258. Bobby Moss of McCamey was traveling north on FM 11 when he fell asleep at the wheel and overcorrected once the Ford F-150 left the roadway, causing the vehicle to roll according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
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Ronald Terry Honaker

Body Terry Honaker was born in Pecos, Texas, Sept. 23, 1953, and passed on May 4, 2021. He was the third son of Bill and Pat Honaker. Terry spent his childhood as a cowboy in the dirt of West Texas from Saragosa to Fort Stockton. Terry was raised in the Methodist Church, ran track, played football, showed cattle through FFA, and even achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Terry graduated from Fort Stockton High School in 1972. College years began by following his two older brothers to Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, but that didn’t last long, and he found himself back in West Texas. While attending Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas, he met his future bride, Cindy Heatly of San Marcos, Texas. They were married in July 1976, and began their life together on the U Ranch in Balmorhea, Texas, where Terry worked as foreman for six years.
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Pecos County People: Villesca raises money in memory of Lorena Ramirez for Scholars’ Dollars. Frontier CASA helps provide children with a safe and loving home. It's not every day you see an artist standing in the grass painting a giant roadrunner, but that's exactly what happened here in Fort Stockton on March 22.
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PCMH starts COVID-19 vaccine waiting list for ages 12-15 FSISD, public school districts in Texas will stop requiring masks starting June 4. BBT announces participation in Broadband Benefit program. 2 days ago By News Staff. Pecos County 150th celebration set for July 3. 2 days ago By Nathan Heuer. In-page...
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Pecos County People: Villesca raises money in memory of Lorena Ramirez for Scholars’ Dollars. Fort Stockton Rotary Club honors students, teacher. PCMH starts COVID-19 vaccine waiting list for ages 12-15 3 days ago By Nathan Heuer. Body.
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Pecos County celebrates 150 years

An Alpine man who was arrested last month in connection to the January 6th Capitol riots made his first court appearance on Wednesday. An Odessa man was killed in a crash in Ector County on Tuesday afternoon. Man charged in deadly Big Spring stabbing. Updated: 9 hours ago. Marcus Anthony...
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Ribbon cutting held for solar energy farm in Pecos County

PECOS COUNTY, Texas (KOSA) - A solar energy project is underway in Pecos County. The leaders of Energy Transfer and Recurrent Energy held a ribbon cutting on the newly constructed Maplewood Two Solar Project on Wednesday. The solar energy farm will work with the oil and gas energy grid to...
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COVID-19 outbreak occurs at Lynaugh Unit

Body COVID-19 cases have reached an all-time low since the start of the pandemic in Pecos County. For the past six days, there have been zero active COVID-19 cases in the county and that number has stayed in single digits since March 9 and below 20 active cases since Feb. 16.
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COVID-19 active cases stay low

Body Two weeks after Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order went into effect, COVID-19 active cases continue to stay low in Pecos County. Pecos County had six active cases on March 10 – the day the order started – and number has went no higher than eight since that time. On...
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Body It's not every day you see an artist standing in the grass painting a giant roadrunner, but that's exactly what happened here in Fort Stockton on March 22. Soaking up the sun, painter Shea Daniel-Youngblood spent a few hours painting Paisano Pete outside the Chamber of Commerce Visitor's Center. Completely unfazed by the numerous cars passing by on Dickinson Boulevard, she appeared lost in the moment as she applied colors to her canvas.