Author: Valerie Shelton

‘The Little Mermaid’ beautifully transports audiences under the sea

If you didn’t get a chance to see CenterStage’s production of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid,” you missed out on a…

CenterStage Clovis to present Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’

Fans of Disney’s acclaimed musical “The Little Mermaid” are in for a treat at the end of this month when…

Clovis Community Cancer Institute set to open Aug. 1

Central Valley cancer patients no longer need to travel across the state to receive optimal care. In fact, according to…

Flannel rocks Sierra Nights Live with 90s tribute

Despite the musty weather, those hanging out near Sierra Vista Mall on Thursday, July 12, couldn’t help but rock out…

Clovis community remembers Luna’s matriarch Carmela Liberta

On June 30, Carmela Liberta, best known as the matriarch of the beloved Luna Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant in Old…

Valley Children’s Magnolia Pediatrics center opens in Clovis

Clovis parents seeking optimal health care for their children no longer need to travel to Valley Children’s Hospital to receive…

Dogs make a difference: Clovis K-9 unit gets bad guys off the street

With a little more than 100 officers, the Clovis Police Department is touted as the best law enforcement agency in…

First Heritage Grove development moves forward

The first development slated for the northeast urban village Heritage Grove was officially approved June 28 by a unanimous planning…

Costco’s Clovis warehouse set to relocate

For years, Costco Wholesale owners have been on the hunt for a site to relocate the popular Clovis warehouse and…

Terrence retires from Clovis Planning Commission

Recently elected as a Fresno County Superior Court judge, Clovis planning commissioner Billy Terrence resigned from his duties on the…

The Price of Freedom

This Fourth of July, as Americans across the country blast triumphant flares toward the heavens to celebrate 242 years as…

Dry Creek master plan and annexation agreement approved

After years of anticipation and months of intense negotiations, the city has finally approved a master plan for the Dry…

Clovis couples lock up love

An international romantic trend has made its way to Clovis. For years, those visiting European cities known for love such…

Clovis resident appears as contestant on ‘The Price is Right’

Clovis resident Carol Smith couldn’t believe her luck when she was called to “come on down” two months ago during…

Clovis modelers free to fly Sierra Meadows Park

As the popularity of drones increases for recreational use, the area airspace can sometimes get convoluted and the rules can…

Clovis addresses need for new parks, still uncertain on locations

Clovis is home to a number of beautiful parks, many of which connect to its stellar trail system, but as…

Clovis plans to widen Willow Avenue

Willow Avenue will be getting a much-needed additional northbound lane, along with curbs and gutters, from Shepherd and Copper avenues,…

Clovis supports CSBG and Fresno EOC

Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funds are vital to Fresno County, as the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (EOC) uses these…

Not average, awesome: Preschoolers shine at CUSD Mini Olympics

For one special day each spring, the field just north of Buchanan High School’s stellar Olympic-style track transforms into its…

Clovis Unified clarifies afterschool student pick-up policy

While parents send their kids to Clovis Unified schools to receive a superior education, the No. 1 priority of the…

Sierra Nights Live concert series kicks off with Nirvana tribute

Sierra Vista Mall’s new summer concert series Sierra Nights Live kicked off Thursday, May 10, with a tribute to 90s…

Harlan Ranch HOA plans to expand clubhouse

As Harlan Ranch residents continue to wait patiently for a commercial center to be built along Owens Mountain Parkway for…

Clovis welcomes new personnel commissioner

In April, the city council bid farewell to long-term personnel commissioner Kevin Dale and officially appointed Scott Fetterhoff to fill…