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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Big Lots moving on up

Big Lots is in the process of relocating its Clovis store to a larger space across from Sierra Vista Mall. The current store at Shaw...

4th annual “Remember When Fly-In & Car Show”

Central Valley Aviation Association held its fourth annual “Remember When Fly-In & Car Show” on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Chandler Executive Airport. Aviation and...

Cosmos soccer club forms partnership with Valley Children’s

The CenCal Cosmos Soccer Club, a youth development soccer program based out of Clovis, announced a partnership Wednesday with Valley Children’s Healthcare. As part of...

Clovis software company honored as Ag Business of the Year

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce and Baker Peterson Franklin announced the winners of the 2018 Agriculturalist of the Year and the Ag Business of...

Is Clovis haunted?

From its beginnings as a freight stop along the San Joaquin Valley Railroad in 1890, to its incorporation as a city in February of...

Sierra Vista Mall welcoming new businesses

Sierra Vista Mall is welcoming a pair of new businesses. Japanese restaurant Sakura Chaya and Teazer World Tea Market are both set to open shop...

Women in Business: Marty Watt, The Original 4th Street Antique Mall

October is National Women’s Small Business Month. All month long we will be featuring local female business leaders to celebrate their success and contributions...

Buchanan sweeps Central to move into tie for first

For the last two years, Central has been Buchanan’s rival and nemesis, beating the Bears a total of six times including a heartbreaking five-set...

Clovis City Council honors Dwight Kroll

Clovis city planning director Dwight Kroll was recognized at the Clovis City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 8. The city honored Kroll for receiving...

4th annual “Remember When Fly-In & Car Show”

Central Valley Aviation Association held its fourth annual “Remember When Fly-In & Car Show” on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Chandler Executive Airport. Aviation and...

BC’s Pizza & Beer

The change in seasons offers an opportunity for restaurants to switch up their menus with fun, seasonal food items and drinks. One eatery taking advantage...

Women in Business: Marty Watt, The Original 4th Street Antique Mall

October is National Women’s Small Business Month. All month long we will be featuring local female business leaders to celebrate their success and contributions...

A Tale of Two Cities

When I tell people I just moved to Clovis from San Jose they ask, “How are you liking it so far?” My go-to response...

Wafer leads Clovis West to first win of the season

The Clovis West football team got its first win of the season at the expense of Clovis East. Thanks in large part to a...

Wafer leads Clovis West to first win of the season

The Clovis West football team got its first win of the season at the expense of Clovis East. Thanks in large part to a monster performance from junior Brandon Wafer, the Golden Eagles broke...
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Faces of Clovis: Danette Lewis, Manager at ABC Pack and Print

Full name: Danette Lynn Lewis (My maiden name is Austin) Occupation: Manager at ABC Pack & Print Duties: “General oversight of the shop, and marketing....

Faces of Clovis: Terri Hinshaw – Owner, ABC Pack & Print

Occupation: Owner at ABC Pack & Print and A1 Lock & Key “I oversee daily operations of ABC and do all the paperwork for...

Faces of Clovis: Ron Sundquist – Artist, Historian, Photographer

What is your current occupation? What do your duties entail? “I am retired but busy as a Clovis historian, researcher, photographer and design artist.” What got...

Faces of Clovis: Heriberto “Eddie” DeLeon – Director, Clovis Kiwanis Club

OCCUPATION: “After 12 years at AT&T, I left to start a new business. In 1989, I became a Financial/Investment Advisor with Shearson Lehman Brothers,...

Faces of Clovis: Ed Flores of Clovis Book Nook

ROAD TO CLOVIS: “My parents moved us to the Clovis area about 1956. I attended Temperance-Kutner, Jefferson Elementary and the old Clovis High School....

Faces of Clovis: Mai Kou Yang – Recreation Specialist, Clovis Senior Activity Center

ROAD TO CLOVIS: “I was born in Stockton, and raised in Oroville. I moved to Fresno in 2009 to live closer to family....

Faces of Clovis: Sierra Lopez, student at Clovis Community College

ROAD TO CLOVIS: Sierra Lopez is a sophomore at Clovis Community College, she recently transferred to CCC from Old Dominion University in Virginia. FAMILY:...

Women in Business: Marty Watt, The Original 4th Street Antique Mall

October is National Women’s Small Business Month. All month long we will be featuring local female business leaders to celebrate their success and contributions...

Sierra Vista Mall welcoming new businesses

Sierra Vista Mall is welcoming a pair of new businesses. Japanese restaurant Sakura Chaya and Teazer World Tea Market are both set to open shop...

Big Lots moving on up

Big Lots is in the process of relocating its Clovis store to a larger space across from Sierra Vista Mall. The current store at Shaw...

Clovis software company honored as Ag Business of the Year

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce and Baker Peterson Franklin announced the winners of the 2018 Agriculturalist of the Year and the Ag Business of...

REV’S closes Old Town restaurant, Oakhurst location remains open

REV’s, the high-end but casual Old Town restaurant, is now closed. The restaurant served California cuisine made from local ingredients in a narrow space with...

Cavelle Kids closes Old Town store, but looks to resume business online

Cavelle Kids, a children’s clothing store located on the north end of Old Town Clovis, recently closed its doors. Owner Jessica Elrod Elrod said...

Women in Business: Cora Shipley, Old Town Clovis Business Owner

October is National Women's Small Business Month. All month long we will be featuring local female business leaders to celebrate their success and contributions...

Roll Me Some moves to Old Town’s SoFi District

Roll Me Some has a new place to call home. The Old Town-based rolled ice cream shop left 356 Tavern on Fourth and Pollasky for...

4th annual “Remember When Fly-In & Car Show”

Central Valley Aviation Association held its fourth annual “Remember When Fly-In & Car Show” on Saturday, Sept. 29 at Chandler Executive Airport. Aviation and...

Clovis community events celebrate Halloween season together

New and old traditions are coming to Clovis this fall. With Halloween around the corner, there are plenty of fun events for the community...

Bear Stage wraps up ‘Into the Woods’ production with lively musical

Bear Stage presented its final production of “Into the Woods” Saturday night at Mercedes Edwards Theatre, but there was nothing melancholic about the show. It...

Hundreds attend Aloha in the Park

Soft breezes and beautiful weather greeted the free fifth annual Aloha in the Park celebration at Dry Creek Park on Saturday, Oct. 6. "Our hula...

Pistachio Party celebrates all things pistachio

  Friday marked the eighth annual Pistachio Party, a nutty event that concludes the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market season. Carole Lester, Executive Director of the...

Magnolia Pediatrics hosts opens house at new Clovis facility

Valley Children’s Healthcare welcomed the community Saturday at Family Fun Day to celebrate its newest facility. Magnolia Pediatrics, located on Herndon Avenue just west of...

Clovis Community Medical Center continues growth, unveils plans for skilled nursing facility

Clovis Community Medical Center is growing rapidly with the completion of the new cancer center, plans for a $390 million expansion and now a...

VA confirms Clovis expansion plans

The Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center is aiming to “decompress” its Fresno campus by expanding to Clovis, officials confirmed to the Clovis Roundup last...

Magnolia Crossing announces new sales director

Magnolia Crossing, a senior assisted living facility in Clovis, announced a new addition to its staff this week. Shana Estes has joined the community as...

Let’s Talk Clovis: The Clovis Independent; May 7, 1953

In 1953, the town of Clovis had a population of approximately 3,000. The city limits had not expanded from the 1912 (1.00 square mile)...

Let’s Talk Clovis: The Clovis Independent

In 1953, the town of Clovis had a population of approximately 3,000. The city limits had not expanded from the 1912 (1.00 square mile)...

Let’s Talk Clovis: 1915 and 1920 Clovis Sanitariums and 1944 Clovis Sierra Vista Hospital

Early Clovis pioneers relied on home remedies and traveling physicians to provide their medical needs. Doctors were on duty 24 hours, seven days a...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Clovis Oil Fields, 1909 & 1916

Fortune hunters turned their interest from gold nuggets to “liquid gold” in Fresno County in the late 1860s. The City of Coalinga made its...

Clovis software company honored as Ag Business of the Year

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce and Baker Peterson Franklin announced the winners of the 2018 Agriculturalist of the Year and the Ag Business of...

Ag at Large: Water leaves a mark on farm equipment

Theft of tractors and other equipment has become a huge factor in California’s farm country, but a subtle new means of identifying property is...

Ag Alert: Dirt not needed to grow veggies

It may be a stretch to call them farmers, but some enterprises, particularly in the arid Middle East, are producing vegetables, notably the leafy...

Ag Alert: Sun cleans soil ahead of crops

Fans of global warming can take comfort in the potential benefits that increased heat might have for agriculture, particularly in California’s Central Valley. Already at...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report

With the onset of fall, Shaver Lake continues its legacy by kicking out plenty of rainbows and some next-year kokanee that are now about...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report

I have said to you before how much I enjoy the September fishing at Shaver Lake. We are into it and all my expectations...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report

As we enter mid-September, I must say that this is one of my favorite times of the year at Shaver Lake. Multiple reasons: cooler...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report

Well, the kids have returned to school and things are settling down at Shaver Lake. Agreeing to a limited three trips a week with...