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The Body Building celebrates one year in Clovis

Amanda Kahl wanted to make a difference with her degrees in exercise science and kinesiology. She thought opening her own business as a personal...

A Slice of Comedy Comes to DiCicco’s in Old Town

By Carole Grosch | Reporter Sounds of laughter spilled out of the lounge at DiCicco’s Italian Restaurant Saturday evening as Slice of Comedy made its...

City council, CVMD share plans for upcoming projects

The Clovis City Council and Clovis Veterans Memorial District board held their first joint meeting in recent history on Feb. 12. The meeting was eye-opening...

Magnolia Crossing opens house to potential residents

Magnolia Crossing, Clovis’ new assisted living community, invited future residents and their families to its Dec. 28 & 30 Open House events. “This is really...

Bowlero launches in Clovis

  Bowlero, a leader in bowling entertainment, is celebrating the launch of its third Central Valley location this weekend in Clovis. Located at 140 Shaw Ave....

Fresno County Department of Social Services set for transition to new Clovis campus

Fresno County Board of Supervisors approved lease agreements for two large Clovis facilities that will soon serve as the new home for the county’s...

Simonian Farms offers family-oriented Halloween fun with hayrides, a pumpkin patch and corn maze

By Christian Mattos, Clovis Roundup Correspondent Every Halloween, Simonian Farms transforms into a scary place — but not too scary. Instead of trying to frighten its...

Clovis dog park meeting gets heated

Tempers flared when the City of Clovis held a meeting on May 1 to discuss dog parks. The meeting, held at the Clovis City...

What’s Up, Clovis? New retail development, Blast & Brew now open in SoFi District,...

Clovis Roundup is proud to introduce its “What’s Up, Clovis” section, a review bringing you the latest news on happenings and business developments in...

Clovis Police investigate mountain lion sighting

Clovis Police are investigating a reported mountain lion sighting in the northeast part of the city near Locan and Enterprise avenues. A resident was on...

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ star stops by Clovis Senior Center

James Pickens Jr., an actor who portrays Dr. Richard Webber in the hit TV show "Grey’s Anatomy," paid a visit to the Clovis Senior...

Jack in the Box to close Clovis Avenue restaurant

The Jack in the Box restaurant at 1132 Clovis Ave. is set to close at the end of the month. There are several factors that...

Local team ropers compete for jackpot

As excitement for the upcoming 104th Clovis Rodeo builds, some local cowboys and cowgirls have embraced the competitive spirit of the sport by coming...

City appoints new Public Utilities Director

City of Clovis manager Luke Serpa announced Wednesday the appointment of Scott Redelfs to the position of Public utilities Director, effective immediately. The move,...

Clovis Unified to open new employee health center

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

Clovis Community College professor inducted into SCCCD Wall of Honor

Clovis Community College political science instructor Lee Andrew Brown Jr. was one of four honorees inducted into the State Center Community College District Wall...

A purpose driven life: Tim Thiessen’s miraculous recovery from West Nile virus

By Paul Meadors, Sports Editor paulmeadors@gmail.com By all accounts Tim Thiessen is a walking miracle. Nineteen months ago, the Granite Ridge teacher and baseball instructor was...

Cutler-Orosi equine ranch aims to better lives of at-risk youth

When Mike Alvarez retired from his job as a correctional officer in 2014, he turned his focus to serving at-risk youth in the Cutler-Orosi...

Clovis City Council discusses proposed impact fee increase

As Clovis continues to expand, the need for more infrastructure, particularly new and expanded sewer, water and recycled water facilities, is also on the...

What’s Up, Clovis? Tiny Homes break ground, Coolhand Luke’s now opens for lunch, Rocket...

Tiny homes break ground The tiny home movement is officially underway in Clovis as the first home recently broke ground in an alleyway near Baron...

Valley Children’s tech team earns national recognition

Valley Children’s Information Technology Services (ITS) division is one of five healthcare networks to be named one of the “Best Hospital IT Departments” in...

Big Hat Days celebrating 80 years of fun this weekend

Big Hat Days, Clovis' annual springtime festival, is celebrating the big 8-0 this weekend. Started in 1938 as a celebration to honor hardworking Clovis cowboys and...

Clovis softball crowd takes national anthem matter into its own hands

Clovis’ patriotism was on full display Friday at Fresno State’s Margie Wright Diamond prior to the Clovis High-Buchanan championship softball game. During pre-game ceremonies, broadcasters...

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