Author: Tomas Kassahun

Clovis residents show concern of rehab center in neighborhood

Clovis residents came together at the city council meeting on Monday, Aug. 6 to express their concerns about a proposed…

The Body Building celebrates one year in Clovis

Amanda Kahl wanted to make a difference with her degrees in exercise science and kinesiology. She thought opening her own…

Habitat for Humanity and De Young Properties make dreams true

Habitat for Humanity Fresno County partnered with De Young Properties to help a Clovis family achieve its dream of homeownership.…

Clovis presents plan for new center

Clovis residents gathered at the Government Council Chambers on Tuesday, July 24 to see the proposed plan for the Clovis…

Clovis Unified board members give updates on summer happenings

Clovis Unified School District held a board meeting July 18 to update the public on what it has achieved during…

Fresno event brings youth together for football and mentoring

KYJO, a group home and foster family agency in Fresno, hosted the sixth annual Big B.A.N.G. Weekend to support underserved…

City approves environmental report on new project

The Clovis City Council approved an environmental impact report on the 63,000 square-foot Clovis Landmark Commons Civic Center North Project…

Isaiah Green hosts basketball game in Clovis for charity

Former NFL player and Fresno State Bulldog Isaiah Green hosted the inaugural Fresno Charity Basketball Game at Clark Intermediate School…

Proposed Clovis senior facility denied for now

A developer’s plan to build an assisted-living facility in Clovis is denied for now, but he will have another chance…

Clovis East students take first in statewide film contest

Clovis East High School students have taken a first-place award for a film focusing on mental health and suicide prevention.…

Developer makes case for Clovis senior living complex

In a meeting lasting more than four hours, the Clovis City Council discussed a proposed senior living complex which has…

Fresno FC falls short in promising rivalry

Fresno FC is only in its first season as a USL team, but the rivalry with Sacramento Republic is quickly…

Clovis City Council gives two proclamations

The Clovis City Council gave two recognitions at its city council meeting on Monday. The city first presented a proclamation…

Anime-Comic Con invades Clovis

Comic fans of all ages invaded the Clovis Veterans Memorial District on Sunday to attend the Clovis Anime-Comic Con. The…

Clovis dog park meeting gets heated

Tempers flared when the City of Clovis held a meeting on May 1 to discuss dog parks. The meeting, held…

California gubernatorial candidates square off in Fresno debate

The 2018 California Gubernatorial Candidate Debate “Your Voice-Your Future” was held at the Valley PBS Studios in Fresno on Wednesday,…

‘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.…

Clovis native heads to Jiu-Jitsu world championships

When Cole Franson competed against a girl and lost his first ever Jiu-Jitsu match, he pondered his options: walk away…

Fresno FC secures first win at home

Juan Pablo Caffa got the show started with a free-kick goal and Rony Argueta came off the bench in the…

Clovis Unified students honored for overcoming obstacles

Synthia Ramage, a junior at Clovis East High School, struggled with school as she lived with her parents who were…

Carr brothers host ‘Inside the Huddle’ to benefit Valley Children’s

Former Fresno State football standouts Derek and David Carr returned to Fresno on Saturday, Feb. 17 to host “Inside the…

Girls soccer: Bears clinch TRAC title

With a 1-0 win at Clovis East on Feb. 2, the Buchanan girls soccer team officially clinched a league title.…

Clovis principal leaves rock band, returns to education

Curtis Shamlin left his career in education to tour with his band. But he returned to education when his wife…