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Clovis faces affordable housing dilemma

The city of Clovis stands to lose millions in state housing funds if it fails to meet Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) affordable housing...

Steak ‘n Shake, AM/PM and new apartment complex slated for Clovis

The barren northeast corner of Willow and Alluvial will soon be bustling with activity as landowners start construction on a new apartment complex, an...

Cottage homes break ground, other Old Town projects in the works

Cottage Home Program gains traction The city’s first two cottage homes, to be located along alleyways in Old Town, broke ground last month and Clovis...

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 over the last year,...

First Heritage Grove development anticipated to break ground in 2018

In November, the City of Clovis finally met the long-awaited 60 percent threshold on its Loma Vista community to the east. The county required...

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 as Paris and Florence have...

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...

Clovis couple stars in ‘House Hunters’ episode

Paul and Amanda Najera of Clovis recently purchased a vacation rental in nearby Shaver Lake, but unlike most locals purchasing a home or home-away-from-home...

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 said, “I married a...

QK makes big move to Old Town Clovis

QK, an award-winning regional engineering and planning firm, is settling into its new Old Town Clovis location. To celebrate the move, the firm is hosting...

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 Community Medical Center’s Chief...

CHSU set to break ground on new Clovis campus

California Health Sciences University is moving forward with plans for a permanent campus at Alluvial and Temperance avenues near Highway 168 in northeast Clovis. To...

Governor Brown signs water conservation bill

Governor Jerry Brown recently signed SB 606 to help the state better prepare for droughts and climate change by establishing statewide water efficiency standards. “In...

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 brought concerns to the...

Clovis engineering firm buys out Kids Day corner

A Clovis engineering firm’s effort to give back to the community was on display Tuesday morning outside of its office building. Around 8 a.m., Blair,...

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...

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 on Monday, July 9. According...

Clovis Festival of Lights at Santa Claus Lane is a new attraction for the...

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. While the weather outside in Clovis isn’t particularly frightful, the one sure sign that...

Anlin strives to expand in Clovis

One of the top sales tax revenue generating businesses in Clovis, Anlin Window Systems, has experienced a recent surge in success, steadily growing over...

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...

Lincoln Elementary unveils ‘Buddy Bench’ at anti-bullying assembly

Students at Clovis Unified’s Lincoln Elementary are smiling a bit brighter and treating each other with more kindness as they take up the national...

Uncle Buddy’s shuts down

Uncle Buddy’s Smokehouse N Grill on the edge of Old Town Clovis is now permanently closed. The barbeque restaurant announced the news last month via...

Smoke N Spurs Plans Future Grand Opening in Old Town

BY CAROLE GROSCH After a year and a half of renovations, new family-run restaurant Smoke N Spurs, opened earlier this year at 361 Pollasky Ave....

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