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The Arm and Hammer of TRAC Football

The quarterback – the glory position, the most important in all of sports, but also the one with the most pressure. The running back...

2018 TRAC football preview: Your one-stop guide to everything you wanted to know about TRAC football and more

Well, here we are folks, about to embark on the second half of the high school football season and straight into league play on...

Clovis Adult School grad overcomes domestic violence, proves it’s never too late

What was supposed to be a festive day turned out to be a nightmare for Crystal Espinoza and her 9-year-old son. It was six years...

Clovis pioneer journalist May Case remembered

On Tuesday, Sept. 8, Let's Talk Clovis welcomed Bob Wood to speak at its monthly forum. The great-grandson of May Case, as the founder...

CUSD names new student board member

Clovis East High School senior Jocelyn Krupens has been named the 2018-19 Clovis Unified School District Student Board Member. Krupens was sworn in at...

Honoring Our Heritage: Annual Clovis Hall of Fame ceremony celebrates outstanding leaders, citizens

Sponsored by the Exchange Club of Clovis, the Annual Clovis Hall of Fame Awards Gala was held on Saturday, Sept. 15. Councilmember Lynne Ashbeck...

Clovis Adult School nursing program graduates 26 students

Twenty six students from the Clovis Adult Education vocational nursing program are ready to take the next step in their journey. After an 18-month...

Liberty hands Clovis first loss of season

Clovis High knew Liberty would be a tough test despite its 2-2 record. And the Patriots certainly proved they are a force to be reckoned...

Good News from the Publisher

Yes, every once in a while it happens – good news. After nine years of operating out of Clovis Storage and Executive Office Suites...

Clovis beer maker spreads passion for brewery

Students at Reedley College get to enjoy a rare privilege – making and tasting beer in class. That class is Plant Science 21, led...

The Arm and Hammer of TRAC Football

The quarterback – the glory position, the most important in all of sports, but also the one with the most pressure. The running back...

2018 TRAC football preview: Your one-stop guide to everything you wanted to know about TRAC football and more

Well, here we are folks, about to embark on the second half of the high school football season and straight into league play on...

Clovis Unified grieves hit-and-run death of administrator Gavin Gladding

The Clovis Unified School District community is mourning following the death of beloved Fort Washington Elementary School vice principal Gavin Gladding in a hit-and-run...

Clovis holds dog park meeting

The City of Clovis held a meeting on Thursday, Sept. 13 to discuss the dog park master plan. City officials updated the public on...

The Arm and Hammer of TRAC Football

The quarterback – the glory position, the most important in all of sports, but also the one with the most pressure. The running back – the workhorse position, when carrying the ball you are...
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