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Clovis Academy celebrates National Gymnastics Day

On Saturday, Sept. 16, young gymnasts at Clovis Academy will celebrate National Gymnastics Day, a nationwide event that highlights the positive lessons kids and...

City tackles tough topic of suicide

In 2016, over 101 deaths by suicide were reported within Fresno County and the most recent data available shows over 2,045 people in the...

City urges citizens to be prepared for natural disasters

As hurricanes devastate areas of Texas and Florida, the City of Clovis is placing emphasis on the importance of being prepared for any natural...

CUSD board welcomes Alex Inouye

Clovis Unified Superintendent Eimear O’Farrell introduced this year’s student governing board member Alex Inouye at the board’s Aug. 30 meeting. Inouye is a senior at...

Valley veteran gets recognition

Bill Gonzalez, U. S. Army Veteran and Board Member of Central Valley Veterans, was named the Red Cross Military/Veteran Hero. The awards event, which...

Grocery delivery service launches in Clovis

Residents of the Fresno-Clovis area can now do their grocery shopping without leaving their homes. Instacart, a popular national retail delivery service that delivers groceries...

City appoints new Public Utilities Director

City of Clovis manager Luke Serpa announced Wednesday the appointment of Scott Redelfs to the position of Public utilities Director, effective immediately. The move,...

Gateways to Truth

Mike Reith, contributed Two years ago an odd thing happened in Clovis, though few noticed. A gateway appeared—a portal that takes those who enter into...

City of Clovis launches Cottage Home Program

Urban is in. As more millennials consider purchasing a home, residential areas located in walking distance to shopping centers, restaurants and businesses where many...

Excel Sign Company: The business putting other businesses on the map

When searching for a new restaurant to dine in or when deciding where to go shopping, a customer’s first impression of a business is...

School board honors History Day champions

Buchanan High School students Allison Hodge, Matthew Clark and Sydney Fox, received special recognition at the Aug. 30 Clovis Unified School Board meeting. The talented...

Book drive raises funds for new Clovis library, other projects

Community spaces at Sierra Vista Mall were packed with book lovers searching stacks for great-bargain-priced novels and memoirs at the Friends of the Library’s...

Yosemite Falls Café offers wide variety and friendly atmosphere

Picking a restaurant that everyone will enjoy can be a daunting task, especially if you have a large group going out to dine. Yosemite...

Fresno State sets records, tops million-hour mark for community service

For the eighth consecutive year, Fresno State students, faculty and staff contributed more than 1 million hours of community service with a record 1,386,449...

Retired Clovis High teacher performs at On the Edge Coffee House

Recently retired Clovis High choral conductor Mark Lanford was center stage Friday, Aug. 25, at On the Edge in Clovis, performing live for the...

Clovis native awarded Coast Guard scholarship

Clovis native Tristin Knox has received a $1,000 scholarship award from the Coast Guard Foundation. Knox, who is currently in his sophomore year at California...

Sierra National Forest issues Railroad Fire update

The Railroad Fire along Highway 41 between the communities of Sugar Pine and Fish lake that has burned 1,901 acres and destroyed seven structures...

Fresno State ranked No. 17 university in nation by Washington Monthly

Washington Monthly, a magazine based out of the nation's capital known for its annual rankings of American colleges and universities, announced Monday, Aug. 28...

Ag at Large: Hops adapt to valley climate

With the number and types of beers and the people who want to drink them proliferating, the need for the agricultural crop of hops...

Summer Craft Beer Crawl Returns

The streets of Old Town welcomed craft beer aficionados on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 27. Ready to put their commemorative tasting glasses to use and...

Harlan Ranch finally connects to city’s purple pipe system

In the early 2000s, when the Harlan Ranch subdivision was still in the planning stages, the developer’s intent was always to irrigate the community’s...

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers announces Fresno Walk Like MADD 5K

Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) is set to hold its annual Fresno Walk Like MADD 5K Saturday, Sept. 9 at Fresno State’s Satellite Student...

Clovis Unified kicks off 2017-18 school year in style

The morning of Tuesday, Aug. 15 was filled with energy and excitement as 5,500 Clovis Unified School District teachers, administrators and faculty members filled...

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