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Music in the Park

The Kiwanis Club of Old Town Clovis is fundraising for “Musical Instruments in the Park,” a project centered around permanent, freestanding instruments that allow...

Local orgs provide Christmas Food Baskets to those in need

The Clovis Rotary Club and Clovis Police Officers Association (C.P.O.A) have come together this cold winter to provide Christmas Food Baskets for families in...

Country musician John Pemberton returns to Clovis

By Valerie Shelton | Reporter John Pemberton has been playing music since the tender age of 5 and performing since age 10, when he and...

Clovis Unified to open new employee health center

When ITT Technical Institute on Herndon and Clovis avenue closed in the fall of 2016, Clovis Unified School District jumped at the opportunity to...

Rodeo poster honors special needs children

By Valerie Shelton For over 20 years, Clovis artist Claudia Fletcher has designed the annual Clovis Rodeo poster, but this year’s 101st Rodeo poster depicts...

Winter recreational activities for all

The three-week break from school is a winter gift within itself for students. After almost four hard months of work they finally have time...

Clovis Fire plans to fill local need for more paramedics

While fighting fires may be the No. 1 function of the Clovis Fire Department, its ultimate goal is to save lives and as a...

Jim Van Volkinburg selected as 2018 CUSD board president

The Clovis Unified School District board held its annual election of governing board officers at the last meeting of 2017 on Dec. 6. During the...

VA confirms Clovis expansion plans

The Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center is aiming to “decompress” its Fresno campus by expanding to Clovis, officials confirmed to the Clovis Roundup last...

“Let’s Talk Clovis” Honoring all Veterans and fifty-nine Clovis Gold Star Heroes

By Peg Bos, Clovis Museum The Clovis Museum will continue its tradition of honoring 59 Clovis Gold Star Heroes by reading their names and honoring...

SCCCD Awarded with $1.5 Million Grant

Clovis Roundup Staff State Center Community College District (SCCCD) has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the California Community College Chancellor’s Office to support...

A week to remember; Clovis West girls roll through TRAC, gain No. 1 seed

By Paul Meadors, Sports Editor Consider this most excellent seven-day stretch for the girls program at Clovis West: Coach Craig Campbell reached the 500 Win...

Shaver Lake fishing report and Catch of the Day

Photo by Dick Nichols - Shyam Sharma, of Clovis, proudly displays a four-pound trophy sized rainbow caught with his friend Christian Scott while fishing with Dick...

CHSU receives six-year WASC accreditation

California Health Sciences University announced Wednesday that it is now accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC). The Clovis-based institution received the...

Nonprofit of the year has lots of heart

Adam Hill, 14, did something nearly every eighth-grader in the country does when he walked across the stage at his graduation. But unlike Hill,...

City Council meeting: Top dog and election changes

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Mayor Nathan Magsig and the Clovis City Council for honoring the Clovis Veterans' Memorial District on Monday night, June,1,2015 By Jeanine...

Cowboy Ken Melchor: Remembering a Clovis Legend (Jan 6, 1943 – Apr 16, 2017)

By Valerie Shelton, Former CR Editor/Friend “I’m not a cowboy,” Kenny Melchor would say, as he looked you square in the eye donning his Stetson...

Academy Church launches $200,000 fund drive

The Academy Community Foundation recently launched a major fundraiser for the historic 1868 Academy Church located in the outskirts of Clovis. The foundation’s goal is...

What’s Up, Clovis? Music in the Park, W Furniture adds patio section, Clovis HOF...

Music in the Park The Kiwanis Club of Old Town Clovis is fundraising for “Musical Instruments in the Park,” a project centered around permanent, freestanding...

Saddle Up with Beth Eva: Tune-up vs. Legged-up

By Beth Eva | Owner/Trainer Heartland Ranch Horse Training and Lessons Hello again everyone! Beth Eva of Heartland Ranch Horse Training and Lessons here today...

Clovis West students light the way for children in Kenya, local first responders

Environmental science students at Clovis West High School are lighting the way for villagers in Africa and local first responders. Through the PG&E-funded program called...

District Six Teens Take on the High School National Finals Rodeo

Photo by Lauren Mueller - Left to right - Taylor Strohl, Andee Poole, Bailee Poole, Reed Neely, Cole Dodds By Lauren Mueller, Editor The High School...

Miss Clovis crowns winners

The Miss Clovis Scholarship Association named its Miss Clovis and Miss Clovis Outstanding Teen for 2018 during a March 11 ceremony at Notre Dame...

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