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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...

TRAC Wrestling: Buchanan Bears emerge as league champs

By Daniel Leon, Sports Reporter Photo courtesy of John SachsJosh Hokit performs an in-air cradle takedown in the TRAC wrestling championships, in which Hokit...

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...

Sprouts store to hold grand opening Feb. 17

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s 9 a.m. Feb. 4—two weeks prior to the highly anticipated grand opening of Sprouts Farmer’s Market in Clovis—and a group...

Cracking crab with the Clovis Rotary

By Valerie Shelton, Editor  Few dining experiences are as fun as cracking open crab legs, smothering the succulent meat within in butter and trying to...

Clovis resident’s rodeo passion expands bronc riding in the Valley

Keeping the rodeo way of life alive and well for generations to come is the desire of Clovis resident Dr. Allen Clyde, who says...

Diving into athletics: Clovis Community College’s swim and dive teams make debut

By Valerie Shelton, Editor They may not have a mascot yet, but Clovis Community College’s first athletic teams—the men’s and women’s swim and dive teams—attracted...

A message of compassion impacts families at Clovis Hills

By Lauren Mueller, Reporter When it comes to teaching children compassion, the Compassion Experience, hosted by Compassion International, believes that sharing the true stories of...

City Council approves artwork for Dry Creek Trailhead

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Those walking, jogging or riding their bikes on the trails of Clovis will soon have a focal point to visit on...

A vet with a heart: Clovis Dr. Michael Stabbe shares his passion

Some people know exactly what they want to do from a young age. Clovis Veterinarian Dr. Michael Stabbe is one of those people. “When I...

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...

Passion for flowers and gardening launches local gardener to Rose Parade

By Carol Lawson-Swezey, Reporter Her passion for working with plants has rooted a Clovis gardener and blogger smack in the middle of the 2016 Tournament...

Chukchansi opens to standing-room -only crowd

By Carol Lawson-Swezey, Reporter The pent up excitement at the long anticipated revival of the Chukchansi Gold Resort Casino resulted in a standing room only...

Extreme water savings: Clovis resident proves it can be done

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Thankfully, winter 2015-16 is shaping up to be the wettest California has seen in several years. One rainy season, however, cannot...

Compassion Experience brings glimpse of developing countries to Clovis

By Lauren Mueller, Reporter Compassion International hosts a different type of traveling exhibit than the people in Clovis are used to seeing. Not only is...

Lighting a fire with Firehouse Cookies

By Carol Lawson-Swezey, Reporter Within moments of returning home from her first full time job, Jannine Fitzgerald has dinner cooking on the stove and the...

Clovis remains at the top compared to similar cities

By Valerie Shelton | Editor The residents of Clovis have spoken once again and Clovis can still proudly proclaim that it is one of the...

CERT program trains citizens in disaster preparedness

At any moment, the unthinkable can occur: a devastating earthquake, an awful act of terrorism or a medical emergency. While it’s best not to...

See something, Say something: Clovis PD advises people to stay alert

After the recent terroristic attacks, it is natural to be concerned about our own preparedness and the best way to stay safe. The Clovis Police...

Clovis names northwest urban village Heritage Grove

By Valerie Shelton, Editor As Clovis continues to expand, keeping the small-town feel intact is a goal for city staff. Already, the city has created the...

All I want for Christmas is you: Holiday proposal at Santa Claus Lane

This season’s jingle bells will soon turn into wedding bells for one local couple. On Friday, Dec. 4, 26-year-old Alex Michalski got down on one...

Christmas tree pays tribute to late Clovis High counselor Gary Prentice

While the Christmas season is often a joyous time for families to gather together, it can also be a difficult time for those who...

Clovis North performs “It’s A Wonderful Life” radio play

It wouldn’t be Christmastime without showings of the classics: “Miracle on 34th Street,” “A Christmas Carol” and, of course, “It’s A Wonderful Life.” Students at...

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