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Clovis Community College inaugural graduating class boasts nearly 400 grads

Photos by Valerie Shelton Student speaker Arva Parker gave a heartfelt graduate address. By Valerie Shelton, Editor The late night study sessions are over for...

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 she and other administrators...

Valley Children’s brings Magnolia Pediatrics to Clovis

The Central Valley has a shortage of primary care providers and Valley Children’s Healthcare is working to fill that gap. One of the ways it’s...

Old Town Clovis Farmers Markets: Fruit, Vegetables and Music

Looking for something fun to do on a Friday evening or a relaxing activity on Saturday morning? Consider visiting the Clovis Farmers Markets. During the...

November bringing awareness to Alzheimer’s

In 1983 President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month – a time to recognize the over five million people in...

Clovis Mexican restaurant celebrates name change to Casa Maria

BY VALERIE SHELTON The Mexican restaurant formerly known as El Quetzal officially celebrated its name change to Casa Maria with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday. The...

Clovis Unified responds to racist allegations, stresses no tolerance policy

In recent months, situations of bullying and racial slurs made by Clovis Unified students have come to light at district school board meetings. On Jan....

Ag at Large: The tech world needs veggies too

By Don Curlee | Contributed California agriculture is attracting the world of technology the way spring blossoms attract bees – and a half dozen outstanding...

Fresno State offering students food as well as knowledge

By Carol Lawson-Swezey   It’s hard to concentrate when your stomach is rumbling or when you have to decide between paying tuition or rent. At Fresno...

Ag at Large: Heat protection draws a crowd

By Don Curlee It used to be that heat protection for outside workers involved a straw hat, a canteen and some salt pills. Today, it...

The Bottleneck Bistro takes over prime location on Clovis Avenue

When Mark Kazanjian took over the former Forestiere’s Place on Clovis Avenue in Old Town, the idea was to open a place where people...

Clovis Rodeo receives new $35,000 tractor

Clovis Rodeo Association (CRA) received its new $35,000 Massey Ferguson Tractor the morning of Friday, Jan. 19. The tractor, which was delivered by Quinn...

Cole students learn to “build bridges” with sign language and compassion

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s 4 p.m. on a Monday afternoon at Cole Elementary School in Clovis. The campus is abuzz with energy from students...

Clovis Roundup sports editor featured on CBS

Staff Report On Sunday, Feb. 21, Clovis Roundup Sports Editor Paul Meadors was featured on the CBS 47 "3 and out" segment and was asked...

Clovis Kiwanis Club continues to make local impact

Members of the Clovis Kiwanis Club. By Jeanine Fiser | Reporter When a group of Clovis businessmen wanted to support their growing community they started...

Council contracts with 5 Bars Communities to avoid negative SB-649 impacts

As a means to rapidly bring 5G wireless cellular service to areas across the state, the state legislature recently put forth Senate Bill 649,...

Excel Sign Company: The business putting other businesses on the map

When searching for a new restaurant to dine in or when deciding where to go shopping, a customer’s first impression of a business is...

Clovis film debuts in Los Angeles, sheds light on domestic abuse

A Clovis short film is up for nine awards after making its debut in Los Angeles. The film, titled “Impossible” and directed by KP...

Clovis High students create Cougar Corner Café

Teachers work hard. Often they get to campus early, hours before their students, sometimes forgetting breakfast or even that essential first, second or third...

Summer Craft Beer Crawl Returns

The streets of Old Town welcomed craft beer aficionados on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 27. Ready to put their commemorative tasting glasses to use and...

Big Hat Days Kicks off Western Heritage Month in Old Town

The month of April got off to an exciting start for Western Heritage Month in Clovis this year, kicking off with Big Hat Days...

Staying active and seeking counsel aids those with PTSD

It's like a mini movie that plays in your head, explained Christopher Fernando; “It may only last 10 seconds but it's 10 seconds that...

Clovis Unified opens health center for employees, retirees

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

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