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A Canadian-based oilfield service company looking to locate an office in Pecos is set to purchase a parcel of land belonging to the Pecos Economic Development Corp., after an extended effort to combine two smaller sections of land from the former Pecos Army Airbase’s rail yard into one larger site...
A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the opening of the newest eatery in town, after finally finding a location. “We're just excited about it and want to welcome everyone,” said Jay Patel, one of the owners of the Little Caesar's Pizza, located at 714 S. Eddy. Patel said that they own another Little C...
Pecos’ latest new hotel will open it's doors in May and will bring with it an opportunity to create several more jobs in the community. Fairfield Inn and Suites, part of the Marriott Hotel group, is working on the last phases of construction and plan to open the new hotel to the public in May, acc...
At the corner of Highway 285 and Second Street, an old redbrick building with ornate architectural detail once sat in ruin. Now it has a new beginning.
As travelers come and go on major roads of Pecos, they soon will be greeted and sent off with one-of-a-kind gateways that help define our community—give it an identity and showcase its personality.
Construction continues along the Interstate 20 southern service road, at the intersection with State Highway 17, as crews near completion on the second new Stripes store to open in Pecos in just over a year. Store #2745, is scheduled to open early this spring, and will be the company’s fourth stor...
Pecos Economic Development Corp. board members approved a pre-development deal on Monday for the Delaware Crossing project proposed by Altera Development.
AUSTIN— Production for August 2015 as reported to the Railroad Commission of Texas (Commission) is 74,679,202 barrels of crude oil and 624,110,098 MCF (thousand cubic feet) of total gas from oil and gas wells.
Pecos Economic Development Corp. board members voted to move forward on additional housing in the central part of the city, while continuing to look for possible tenants for their Pecos RTC site east of town.

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