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Clovis Community College raises over $50K in #ClovisCrushGivingDay fundraising effort

The rising cost of tuition often acts as a barrier for students looking to pursue higher education, and supporters of a local community college...

Clovis Salvation Army Corps faces closure, needs more bell ringers this holiday season

The Clovis chapter of the Salvation Army Corps is in danger of closing this spring. While the local corps fundraising efforts actually brought in an...

Loma Vista urban village finally underway

It takes at least 10 years to see the plan you set in motion finally come to fruition. That is what an old boss...

Clovis native gives back to alma mater with $30M gift

UC San Diego has a special place in the heart of Clovis native and Qualcomm co-founder Franklin Antonio, and that is why he is...

Hotels set sights on Clovis

“You can’t find a room in Clovis”—that’s the current dilemma in the up-and-coming destination city according to Shawn Miller, the city’s business development manager. As...

Council member sheds light on high premature birth rate

For many Valley residents, the topic of premature birth hits close to home, with so many knowing a child, or at least knowing of...

Council recognizes local homeschool robotics team

A group of Clovis robotics students, labeled the Robot Rampagers, was honored at a recent council meeting where they presented their team’s project on...

Fort Washington Elementary celebrates start of holiday season with annual Turkey Trot

Fort Washington Elementary School hit the ground running for its 30th annual Turkey Trot for about 650 K-6 students on Friday, Nov. 17. Kindergarten,...

Clovis Salutes Veterans

Area veterans, their families and community members gathered inside and around the grounds of the Clovis Veterans Memorial District on Saturday, Nov. 11 for...

Thursday’s One Enchanted Evening to feature carriage rides and launch of new Old Town...

With leaves falling and the chilly weather setting in, Old Town Clovis is getting ready to kick off this holiday season by hosting One...

The Trading Post celebrates Cinderella-style transformation

Merely a few short years ago, the now bustling Trading Post shopping center on the southeast corner of Herndon and Clovis avenues was home...

Clovis Transit fleet joins Safe Place Network

In honor of National Runaway Prevention Month this November, Clovis Transit’s entire fleet of 30 buses recently joined the growing list of Fresno County...

Clovis restaurant makes 11-year-old’s Disney World wish come true

The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central California and Michelangelo’s Pizzeria in Old Town Clovis have joined forces every year for the past seven years to...

Council permits miniscule marijuana testing at ISO certified Clovis labs

Though voters statewide have spoken and adult recreational marijuana use is now legal in California, the City of Clovis has remained adamant in its...

Clovis Community College opens Veterans Resource Center

Community leaders, veterans, educators and dozens of local residents came together on Thursday, Nov. 9 to celebrate the grand opening of the Veterans Resource...

Clovis Unified’s second annual Athletic Hall of Fame inductees shine

In a night of stars at Clovis Unified’s 2017 Athletic Hall of Fame ceremony on Nov. 4, seven new inductees and three teams shined...

Old Town Flea Market Returns

Always a popular event, the Old Town Flea Market got off to a brisk start the weekend of Nov. 4 at the Clovis Rodeo...

ClovisFest Soars

As the crowd watched expectantly in the cool morning air, the whoosh of propane burners did their job. One by one, hot air balloons...

Clovis welcomes two new Habitat for Humanity families

For many, the epitome of obtaining the American Dream is homeownership, and for two local families that lifelong dream has now been achieved thanks...

Clovis Unified takes a stand for social justice

A series of intolerant social media posts and text messages made by some Clovis Unified students the last weekend of September led the CUSD...

Cycling rally benefits Fresno State art students in honor of art professor

Over 150 cyclist participated in a road race just after sunrise at Millerton Lake to honor the work and life of a former Fresno...

A Day to Remember: Clovis Veterans Memorial District going all out for Veterans Day

An armistice between the Allied Powers and Germany on Nov. 11, 1918 signaled the end of World War I – and gave birth to...

Bigger and better International Village planned for this year’s ClovisFest

The second annual International Village, a special ClovisFest showcase, is expanding exponentially this year with 30 local cultural groups signed on to set up...

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