Category: Local News

CUSD lays out plan for new school

Clovis Unified School District discussed the plans for a new school at its board meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 24. Staff…

New food pantries at Clovis Community College feed into student success

Being a college student can be tough. Between part-time jobs, a loaded academic schedule and maintaining a social life, it…

Institute of Technology welcomes new cosmetology and barbering program

Looking for the right beauty school can be a hairy situation, but not for the students at Institute of Technology.…

Buchanan grads recognized as national Emmy winners

A pair of Buchanan High School graduates are soaking up the spotlight. Former students Hannah Weaver and Sienna Delgado were…

Academy Methodist Church celebrates 150 Years

Academy Methodist Church held its sesquicentennial celebration Sunday, Oct. 21 with a dedication worship service followed by a Living History…

Weldon Elementary takes a stand against drugs

Weldon Elementary students made a drug-free pledge Wednesday morning during their annual Red Ribbon Week Parade in Old Town Clovis.…

ClovisFest set to return with more attractions

ClovisFest, the much anticipated annual street festival, is returning to the heart of Old Town Clovis this weekend. Presented by…

Cheers to 30: Sierra Vista Mall celebrates three decades in business

Sierra Vista Mall had a lot to celebrate Friday night during its 30-year anniversary – and it didn’t fall short…

Clovis Commons shopping center sold for $45M

Clovis Commons, the 326,608-square-foot community shopping center at Herndon and Willow avenues, is under new ownership. The transaction was made…

CUSD students get busy in the kitchen

Clovis Unified School District capped its National School Lunch Week activities Friday inside the Clovis West cafeteria by serving a…

Clovis Community College honored as ‘Champion of Higher Education’ for transfer degree program

Clovis Community College was recognized this week for providing transfer opportunities to students through its Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT).…

International Village expanding in Year 3

What started as a diverse idea has steadily grown into one of the most popular attractions at ClovisFest. That attraction…

Residents show concerns about parks

Clovis residents expressed concerns about local parks at the Clovis City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 15. One Clovis resident…

Two Cities Coffee Roasters brewing up business

Two Cities Coffee Roasters, a family-owned coffee roastery and cafe, is approaching one year of business in Old Town Clovis.…

A Tale of Two Cities

When I tell people I just moved to Clovis from San Jose they ask, “How are you liking it so…

Is Clovis haunted?

From its beginnings as a freight stop along the San Joaquin Valley Railroad in 1890, to its incorporation as a…

Clovis community events celebrate Halloween season together

New and old traditions are coming to Clovis this fall. With Halloween around the corner, there are plenty of fun…

Soroptimist club hosts 17th annual Denim and Diamonds fundraiser

One mission. Many women. Countless dreams. On Saturday evening, Soroptimist members and the community gathered together at the Clovis Veterans…

Sierra Vista Mall welcoming new businesses

Sierra Vista Mall is welcoming a pair of new businesses. Japanese restaurant Sakura Chaya and Teazer World Tea Market are…

Cosmos soccer club forms partnership with Valley Children’s

The CenCal Cosmos Soccer Club, a youth development soccer program based out of Clovis, announced a partnership Wednesday with Valley…

Clovis City Council honors Dwight Kroll

Clovis city planning director Dwight Kroll was recognized at the Clovis City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 8. The city…

Big Lots moving on up

Big Lots is in the process of relocating its Clovis store to a larger space across from Sierra Vista Mall.…

Clovis company honored as Ag Business of the Year

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce and Baker Peterson Franklin announced the winners of the 2018 Agriculturalist of the Year and…