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CUSD students learn the Cowboy Way

Featured photo by Valerie Shelton - Students at Jefferson Elementary learn all about rodeo and the cowboy way of life.By Valerie Shelton, Editor Students at eight...

Smile for Lifetime non-profit receives $1,000 donation

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Braces are expensive, making it difficult for kids from underprivileged homes to get proper orthodontia care and confidence that comes from...

Bear Creek Gifts and Cabin Décor Celebrate Western Way of Life

By Carole Grosch | Reporter Stepping into the Bear Creek Gifts and Cabin Decor store in Old Town Clovis is like entering a showcase of...

How to Retire Rich

Contributed by Fresno County Federal Credit Union Want to retire comfortably — even rich? A little advance planning and self-discipline now can give you a...

Ag at Large: In food, safety is dominant

Don Curlee | Contributed A new era in the protection of our food supplies has just begun, and the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA)...

Preparing your lawn for winter fertilization

By Jeff Kollenkark | Weed Man Contributed People often choose tall fescue over bermuda lawns as they want a year-round green lawn. There is no...

Want a Green Lawn? A HERO is On The Way

By Craig Bettencourt, Grass Creations | Contributed With the drought situation in California, folks are taking a serious look into synthetic lawns as one alternative to...

Fresno State hosts forum on fake news

By Tomas Kassahun | Reporter @TomasKassahun Four panelists gathered at Fresno State on Thursday, Feb. 9 to lead a discussion on fake news. The panelists...

Man on the Street: What does 4th of July mean to you?

With Fourth of July approaching, the Clovis Roundup interviewed local veterans on the significance of this special holiday and what it means to them...

Clovis Community College adds River Park route to shuttle service

In an effort to improve transportation services for students, Clovis Community College has made big changes to its shuttle express. Starting this fall, students will...

Youth group asks for regulation on ads

Students from the Youth Leadership Institute were hoping for a new law that would regulate the amount of ads that are displayed on windows...

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...

Clovis PD Unveils Largest Fleet of Zero Electric Police Motorcycles in the United States

Clovis Police Motor Officers and Support Staff now have additional resources that also help the valley air as Clovis PD unveiled two additional Zero...

Clovis family awaits kidney transplant

Being a wife and mother of two has made Nicole Coronado a strong woman, able to take on things she didn’t see possible. Coronado...

Clovis High’s Winning Ensembles

Photo contributed by Alaine Tambagahan Clovis High School’s World Line Winter Percussion Ensemble in action. Clovis High’s percussion ensembles A-line and World Line took first...

Ag at Large: Ag stats for 2014 impress, attract

  By Don Curlee Words try, photos help, but nothing conveys the magnitude of California agriculture’s performance as well as a tour of the state, not...

Team Fresno fueling active lifestyle for veterans

For valley veterans like Fernie Valez, competing in Team Fresno was more that just a search toward a healthy lifestyle, it was a chance...

Is Holiday Light DIY Right For You?

By Central Valley Window Cleaning | Contributed The holidays are right around the corner, and your next door neighbor is huffing and puffing trying to untangle...

Call the Right Play for Super Bowl LI: Pass the keys to a sober...

CLOVIS ROUNDUP STAFF Football fans across the country will tune in to the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 5 and for many, the event often...

City moves ahead with plan for second water diversion

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Residents objecting to having easements on their property for grey water to flow down the Dry Creek Diversion Channel...

Beat Cool Weather: Keep health in mind as cold creeps closer

Temperatures may be dropping, but just because swimsuit season is over doesn’t mean it’s time to let your fitness regimen fall by the wayside....

Fresno FC announces partnership with Clovis Crossfire

Fresno Football Club recently announced a partnership with local youth soccer organization Clovis Crossfire, bringing nearly 6,000 recreation and competitive youth players into the...

Clovis veterans honored to visit WWII and Vietnam memorials

Photos by Razi Syed By Razi Syed, Roundup Correspondent A 73-year-old veteran’s visit to the Vietnam War memorial two weeks ago was especially poignant as he...

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