Category: Local News

Women in Business: Cora Shipley, Old Town Clovis Business Owner

October is National Women's Small Business Month. All month long we will be featuring local female business leaders to celebrate…

CUSD, Clovis City Council hold joint meeting

The City of Clovis and the Clovis Unified School District held a joint meeting on Monday, Oct. 1 at the…

CUSD gives latest updates of district events

Clovis Unified School District held its board meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 26 and updated the public about the latest happenings.…

Sierra Vista Mall holds 13th Annual Asian Resource Fair

Sponsored by radio broadcasting station KBIF 900 AM, the 13th annual Asian Resource and Job Fair was held at the…

Pistachio Party celebrates all things pistachio

  Friday marked the eighth annual Pistachio Party, a nutty event that concludes the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market season.…

City welcomes feedback for development of dog park

The City of Clovis is keeping residents in mind as it establishes a vision for its Dog Park Master Plan.…

Roll Me Some moves to Old Town’s SoFi District

Roll Me Some has a new place to call home. The Old Town-based rolled ice cream shop left 356 Tavern…

Clovis City Council honors chef who started from the bottom

Ricardo Vasquez had nothing but a smile when he moved from Georgia back to his hometown of Fresno. Vasquez was…

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…

8th annual Clovis Night Out strengthens relationship between residents, local agencies

The Clovis Police Department hosted Clovis Night Out, its annual community event, for the eighth time at Sierra Meadows Park…

Clovis’ Shaw Avenue entrance gets landscaping improvements

The city's Shaw Avenue entrance just east of Highway 168 recently underwent a phase of landscaping improvements. Made on the…

POW/MIA remembrance ceremony hits home for local veterans

Veterans, their families and members of the community filled the Clovis Veterans Memorial District on Saturday to honor prisoners of…

Valley leaders kick off Proposition 3 campaign

Congressional, state and local leaders gathered at Friant Kern Canal near Millerton Lake Thursday to kick off a campaign in…

Wawona Express makes final run at Smittcamp property

The Wawona Express that circled the 55-acre Smittcamp property for nearly three decades made its last run Thursday, Sept. 20…

Clovis Community College showcases successful culture

Clovis Community College president Dr. Lori Bennett addressed the community Wednesday morning during the school’s inaugural President’s Breakfast in which…

Clovis beer maker spreads passion for brewery

Students at Reedley College get to enjoy a rare privilege – making and tasting beer in class. That class is…

Clovis Unified grieves hit-and-run death of administrator Gavin Gladding

The Clovis Unified School District community is mourning following the death of beloved Fort Washington Elementary School vice principal Gavin…

Clovis holds dog park meeting

The City of Clovis held a meeting on Thursday, Sept. 13 to discuss the dog park master plan. City officials…

Good News from the Publisher

Yes, every once in a while it happens – good news. After nine years of operating out of Clovis Storage…

Honoring Our Heritage: Annual Clovis Hall of Fame ceremony celebrates outstanding leaders, citizens

Sponsored by the Exchange Club of Clovis, the Annual Clovis Hall of Fame Awards Gala was held on Saturday, Sept.…

Clovis Adult School grad overcomes domestic violence, proves it’s never too late

What was supposed to be a festive day turned out to be a nightmare for Crystal Espinoza and her 9-year-old…

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…

Clovis pioneer journalist May Case remembered

On Tuesday, Sept. 8, Let's Talk Clovis welcomed Bob Wood to speak at its monthly forum. The great-grandson of May…