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Young farmer makes plans for hydroponic growing system

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Farmers are slaves to the weather. Even with potential El Nino rains on the way, Central Valley farmers are still suffering...

Falls Event Center coming to Clovis

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Clovis is booming with community events year-round, but soon more residents and visitors wanting to host private events in the city...

Valley economic index closes 2016 at healthy levels

Clovis Roundup Staff For the fourth straight month, the San Joaquin Valley Business Conditions Index remains in a range pointing to solid growth in the...

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 rehab facility in their...
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Parking becomes prime real estate in Old Town Clovis

Local business owners in Old Town Clovis guarded their parking lots this holiday season as the city began a construction project in early December...

Clovis Councilmember, California’s longest serving Elected Official Harry Armstrong announces retirement

  After serving on the Clovis City Council for 46 years, Councilmember William “Harry” Armstrong announced his official retirement at the Clovis City Council meeting...

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...

Community mourns loss of beloved Clovis educator

As a young boy, Clovis resident Izaak Shipp went to camp and found a camp counselor that would change his life forever. The kids...

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...

Quilting connection: Nancy Stalker and granddaughter share embroidered bond

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s not every day you meet a 15-year-old with sewing skills, but Clovis High sophomore Lauren Stalker is the exception. At the...

Old Town Clovis rolls out Farm To Table Dinner

This year, the Business Organization of Old Town Clovis (B.O.O.T.) hosted its first ever Farm To Table dinner where 216 guests watched Pollasky Avenue...

Rodeo Week Continues in Clovis with Charity Roping

The Clovis Rodeo festivities continued Tuesday, April 25 at the rodeo grounds with the 8th Annual James Pickens Jr. Foundation Charity Roping. Some of you...

True Equestrian: Moon Blindness – What it is and How to handle it

By Lauren Mueller, Reporter Description Equine Recurrent Uveitis, or “Moon Blindness,” is one of the most common inner eye disorders in horses. It is also the leading...

Clovis Community College hopeful on new project

By Tomas Kassahun | Reporter @TomasKassahun Each year, the California Community College Chancellor’s Office requires every district to submit a Five-Year Construction Plan that lists...

College cowboys and cowgirls compete at Fresno State Bulldoggers rodeo

The Fresno State Bulldoggers Rodeo Club hosted its only home competition of the season March 12-13 at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds. The best college-aged cowboys...

PBR entertains sold-out crowd

Featured photo by Valerie Shelton - PBR cowboy Nathan Burtenshaw earned a score of 80.50 riding Painted Pudge.By Valerie Shelton, Editor Bull-riding loving spectators filled...

Fresno Wildlife to hold Annual Banquet

By Tomas Kassahun | Reporter @TomasKassahun As it prepares for its annual banquet which strives to bring public awareness on wildlife, The Fresno Wildlife Rehabilitation Service...

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...

Clovis PD shares 2017 crime statistics

Public safety is the No. 1 priority in Clovis, but as the city continues to grow, fighting crime is becoming a challenge for the...

Kaitlyn DeMott crowned as 2018 Clovis Rodeo Queen

During intermission the opening night of the Clovis Rodeo on Thursday, Kaitlyn DeMott was crowned 2018 Miss Clovis Rodeo. Sponsored by the Clovis American Legion...

Remembering the Vietnam War on its 50th anniversary

Story and Photos by Valerie Shelton, Editor Local Vietnam veterans received some long overdue recognition on April 7, at the 50th Anniversary Vietnam War Commemoration...

City council honors American Legion awards recipients

Six Clovis students who received the American Legion Boys and Girls State Awards were recognized at the Clovis City Council meeting on Monday, Sept....

Clovis to merge local elections with general come 2022

Last month, Clovis city council members approved an ordinance that will change the local Clovis election from every odd year in March to every...

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