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The best in TRAC year-end awards

The 2014-15 high school sports season officially came to a close Saturday with a booming fireworks display at the end of the CIF State...

Wreaths Across America: A Mission of the Heart

By Carole Grosch, Reporter "In the aftermath, we are because they were." -RJ Heller, Holding Grace: Prose and Poetry Very gently, the little girl places the...

Valedictorians look toward graduation and beyond

A new crop of Clovis Unified graduates is emerging this week, sporting their caps, gowns and freshly printed diplomas, all ready to take on...

Clovis race car driver with ‘huge personality’ passes away

Clovis race car driver Donnie Large Sr. died Saturday night while racing at Madera Speedway. Reports indicate that Large, 52, suffered a medical emergency and...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report

Even though Shaver Lake has had unusually slow action for most of the season, kokanee experts like Earl Taniguchi, of Fowler, have come...

New owners, new plans in place for Sierra Vista Mall

Despite the recent foreclosure of Sierra Vista Mall, the management company that represents the mall's new owners is optimistic about the future. Fred Meno,...

Clovis principal leaves rock band, returns to education

Curtis Shamlin left his career in education to tour with his band. But he returned to education when his wife said, “I married a...

Chef Pacini says farewell to Old Hotel Bistro

By Valerie Shelton It was a bittersweet goodbye to the Old Hotel Bistro for Chef Jim Pacini, who had spent the last two years establishing...

Clovis residents show concern of rehab center in neighborhood

Clovis residents came together at the city council meeting on Monday, Aug. 6 to express their concerns about a proposed rehab facility in their...

Clovis Veterans Memorial District invites community to free Christmas event

Clovis Veterans Memorial District invites the community to meet Santa Claus and enjoy Christmas activities at a free event at the district’s Liberty Room...

CUSD board welcomes Alex Inouye

Clovis Unified Superintendent Eimear O’Farrell introduced this year’s student governing board member Alex Inouye at the board’s Aug. 30 meeting. Inouye is a senior at...

CUSD lays out plan for new school

Clovis Unified School District discussed the plans for a new school at its board meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 24. Staff from the facility services department...

Fields of hope: how soccer changed hearts and united a community

The Clovis Unified Soccer League was a rousing success this season that touched many lives. The first-year league featured all six schools from the...

Magsig Back in the Mayor’s Seat

By Valerie Shelton The new Mayor of Clovis, Nathan Magsig, is no stranger to the prestigious title, having served as mayor from 2005-2007. This time...

Clovis plans to widen Willow Avenue

Willow Avenue will be getting a much-needed additional northbound lane, along with curbs and gutters, from Shepherd and Copper avenues, come 2019. With traffic along...

Fresno State’s Touriga wine awarded Sunset Magazine medal

Daniel Leon | Reporter The Fresno State Winery’s 2013 Tourigna wine continues to gain popularity and rack up national awards. Last month, the wine earned a...

Clovis Chamber acknowledges local business leaders

The Clovis Chamber of Commerce paid homage to business leaders for their dedication to the the community during Thursday night’s 2018 Membership and Salute...

Quilting connection: Nancy Stalker and granddaughter share embroidered bond

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s not every day you meet a 15-year-old with sewing skills, but Clovis High sophomore Lauren Stalker is the exception. At the...

Clovis Salutes Veterans

Area veterans, their families and community members gathered inside and around the grounds of the Clovis Veterans Memorial District on Saturday, Nov. 11 for...

Buchanan alum pursues her true passion

After graduating from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and working in the software industry, Buchanan High alum Eunice Giarta returned to school part-time to...

Fun and fashionable: Costumes in style this Halloween

By Mary Kate Paquette, Clovis Roundup Correspondent Photos by Mary Kate PaquetteA new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle movie had sparked interest in costumes for...

CUSD transforms former ITT Tech building into professional development and health center

When ITT Technical Institute closed its doors last year, a new door opened for Clovis Unified. The district, which has its district headquarters right down...

Clovis Museum reenacts First State Bank of Clovis robbery

Crime does not pay in Clovis—not now in 2016 and not back in 1924 when the First State Bank of Clovis was robbed. On Saturday,...

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