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Bowlero launches in Clovis

  Bowlero, a leader in bowling entertainment, is celebrating the launch of its third Central Valley location this weekend in Clovis. Located at 140 Shaw Ave....
An 8-year-old boy walks home alone at sunset on a dusty road in the Dominican heat, where the humidity is merciless. The boy wipes beads of sweat from his face after a day of playing baseball on a makeshift field, carrying a bat he made from a discarded broomstick and a sock wrapped around a wadded plastic bag he...

Clovis Community College announces medal recipients, record number of graduates

Clovis Community College will confer a record number of 779 graduates and award medals to...

Medical school breaks ground in Clovis

California Health Sciences University held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday morning at its new campus site...

CHSU set to break ground on new Clovis campus

California Health Sciences University is moving forward with plans for a permanent campus at Alluvial...

Buchanan High student earns national scholarship

Kelsey Ewing, a senior and President of the National Honor Society (NHS) at Buchanan High...

Clovis East ag students roll up their sleeves, get first-hand experience

Students enrolled in Clovis East High School’s plant production capstone course reaped the fruits of...

CUSD denies One & Only Academy charter petition

By a unanimous vote, the Clovis Unified School District Governing Board took staff’s recommendation and...

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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:...

Faces of Clovis: Debbie Juarez

JOURNEY TO CLOVIS: “My husband and I are from San Luis Obispo, we moved to Clovis to be near my mom in 1991. I...

Faces of Clovis: Ron Dunbar, Director, Clovis Rodeo Association

BACKGROUND: Ron Dunbar is a Clovis High graduate and has resided in Clovis for 51 years. FAMILY: “I’m married. I have two daughters, two...

‘Mr. Fitness’ juggles training and business

Whether he’s working as a fitness trainer or a model or actor, Peter Chanthavongsak’s goal is to always stay moving. Since the age of 10...

Get Fit Clovis makes comeback

Get Fit Clovis is back and better than ever. The fitness movement, operated and funded by the Clovis Roundup, is essentially there for those who...

Clovis Community Medical Center moves forward with $390 million expansion

The Board of Trustees at Community Medical Centers approved a four-year, $390 million project April 3 that will add 144 private beds and expand...

Alzheimer’s Association Educates Caregivers

The Alzheimer's Association held a free public workshop at Clovis Senior Center last week as part of an educational program designed to provide support...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Maude Kirkpatrick Bell, 1895-1959

Albert and Ella Kirkpatrick arrived in Clovis in 1895. They rented the upstair rooms of the 1891 Southern Pacific Railroad Depot east of Fourth...

Ag at Large: Citrus future may be shrunken trees

Orange growers and others in the citrus industry, especially researchers, are exploring the possibility of reducing the size of trees that produce their crops....

Amazing grace and the wonderful world of the Ortiz baseball Family

An 8-year-old boy walks home alone at sunset on a dusty road in the Dominican heat, where the humidity is merciless. The boy wipes...