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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...

Undoubted Training helps people reach personal fitness goals

Photo by Valerie Shelton Ryan Rivera and Ruben Rodriguez of Undoubted Training. By Valerie Shelton, Editor Opting to go to a personal trainer isn’t easy, especially for...

Clovis PD using grant-funded body cameras as investigative tool

Photo contributed by Clovis Police Department By Michaela Parker | Reporter Clovis Police continues to protect the citizens of Clovis by remaining at the forefront of...

YARTS: Giving You the Opportunity to ‘Watch the Scenery, Not the Road’

Have you ever wanted to go Yosemite but not have to worry about the drive or traffic? Then YARTS is here for you. The Yosemite...

Ag at Large: On-farm tech use promoted in July

Photo courtesy of UCD Apps for Ag - Ag for Hire team at the Apps for Ag Hackathon held on December 2-3, 2015 at...

City seeks to change tiered water system

By Valerie Shelton, Editor   In 2015, cities across the state were mandated to make drastic conservation measures—in Clovis a reduction of water use by 36...

Clovis Emergency Response Team keeping public on its toes through disaster prep training courses

By Alexandria T. Montes | Reporter @Aliroundup2802 You’re living in a community where a widespread fire takes place and your water resources have been compromised....

GI Bill Helps Veterans Aim High

By Diane Skouti | Contributed Many scholars and researchers agree that the original GI Bill (the Montgomery Bill), created after WWII to provide assistance to...

The Pacific Southwest Region invites public to help identify priority trail maintenance work

Contributed by the US Forest Service The Pacific Southwest Region (Region 5) is inviting the public to help identify trails that will be part of...

Clovis North students inspired by visually impaired classmate

Students in Joel Abels’ drama class at Clovis North took part in a special activity Thursday morning. As part of a project titled “Savory for...

Fake news in journalism talk kicks off Ethics Lecture Series at Fresno State

Clovis Roundup Staff The Leon S. Peters Ethics Lecture Series begins its spring semester lineup at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, with a panel discussion...

Governor Brown revamps California’s bail system

Gov. Jerry Brown made major changes to California’s bail system Tuesday when he signed Senate Bill 10, the California Money Bail Reform Act. The new...

Orchard Park celebrates 17 years, donates funds to Alzheimer’s Foundation

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Orchard Park, the oldest senior assisted living community in Clovis, celebrated its 17th anniversary with a country-style barbecue on Thursday, Oct....

Clovis Soroptimist to offer $1,500 in Live Your Dream Awards

CLOVIS ROUNDUP STAFF Soroptimist International of Clovis is starting off its 2017-2018 year by offering $1,500 in Live Your Dream Awards; installing new officers for...

Social Justice Series Comes to a Close at Clovis Community College

Clovis Community College concluded its “Social Justice Series: Lifting up our Communities” lecture series April 19 in the Academic Center on campus. Bill Shannon, an...

Oakmont of Fresno Welcomes Public to Health Events

Contributed photo - A support group gathers at an Oakmont of Fresno's meeting room. By Carole Grosch | Reporter Newly opened in March 2015, Oakmont of Fresno...

May 1 City Council Meeting Notes

BY TOMAS KASSAHUN The City of Clovis presented a proclamation to assistant public utilities director Lisa Koehn, declaring May as "Water Awareness Month." Koehn received the...

Ag at Large: Farm growth is more than crops

By Don Curlee | Contributed It might be possible these days to start farming with a shovel, a wheelbarrow and a plot of land –...

True Equestrian: A tale of two miniature horses

Featured photo by Lauren Mueller - Ace (foreground) and Candy (background) graze lazily on the lawn a few months after their arrival.By Lauren Mueller,...

Dierks Bentley’s ‘What the Hell Tour’ Rocks Save Mart Center

By Johnny Martin, Reporter @jmart_17 There was not an empty seat in the arena nor was there an empty cup as Dierks Bentley’s “What the...

Girls’ night out raises funds for Sisterhood of Survivors

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Sometimes a girl just needs to shop. On Wednesday, April 20, Clovis women were able to not only do just that, but...

The Sounds of Success

What’s that I hear? It’s the sound of the Clovis economy growing – at a fast pace. New construction, vacant storefronts filling up and...

Council recognizes local homeschool robotics team

A group of Clovis robotics students, labeled the Robot Rampagers, was honored at a recent council meeting where they presented their team’s project on...

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