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Medical school breaks ground in Clovis

California Health Sciences University held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday morning at its new campus site in Clovis with its officials, founders, political leaders, and...

Wet winter or continued drought: Clovis prepares for two weather extremes

By Diana Giraldo The weather is not giving California a break. After a stressful summer due to the lack of water and residents conserving the little...

Young farmer makes plans for hydroponic growing system

By Valerie Shelton, Editor Farmers are slaves to the weather. Even with potential El Nino rains on the way, Central Valley farmers are still suffering...

Tally Ho Horse Park: Where Dreams Become Realities

When Marti Stevens was 9 years old she had a dream to become a horse owner of her own. Growing up she never had...

Chamber salutes businesses at annual awards dinner

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Gary Honeycutt recognizes Rod Geist as Director of the Year. By Valerie Shelton, Editor   The Clovis Chamber of Commerce held its annual...

Clovis businesses featured at California Food Expo

Just over half a dozen Clovis businesses featured their products at the California Food Expo last week but it was ENZO Olive Oil Company...

Central Valley Honor Flight Brings 3 veterans much-deserved thanks

Contributed photo - Dorothy Proctor, 78, of Clovis visits the "Women in Military Service for America Memorial" at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C....

City sheds light on human trafficking issue

The Clovis city council has declared January 2018 as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. At a meeting Monday, Jan. 8, council member Vong...

Credit Card Offers? Read the Fine Print!

Christmas is right around the corner, and that means your mailbox is going to be stuffed with lots of incredible credit card offers. And...

Bigger and better International Village planned for this year’s ClovisFest

The second annual International Village, a special ClovisFest showcase, is expanding exponentially this year with 30 local cultural groups signed on to set up...

Christmas in Clovis: The Spirit Lives On

If you want local holiday cheer, it’s wherever you look, from Old Town to shopping centers and community streets. “One Enchanted Evening” traditionally takes place...

Local entrepreneur Eric Santos brings startup company to Fresno

Fresno State alum Eric Santos, 27, is co-founder and CEO of Benchmark Intelligence, a startup company based in downtown Fresno. By Daniel Leon | Editor A...

Sept. 23 marks annual National Hunting and Fishing Day

The hunting and fishing seasons are now upon us. As the weather cools, now is the time many outdoor sportsmen take to the woods...

Ferguson Fire reaches full containment

After over a monthlong battle between firefighters and Mother Nature, the Ferguson Fire is fully contained at 96,901 acres, officials announced Sunday, Aug. 19. While...

Dogs make a difference: Clovis K-9 unit gets bad guys off the street

With a little more than 100 officers, the Clovis Police Department is touted as the best law enforcement agency in the Valley. Over the...

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...

Too much of a good thing?

By Clovis Roundup Staff Millions of people regularly take one or more vitamin supplements daily. Many perceive vitamins as the way to combat nutritional deficiency...

Saddle Up With Beth Eva: Halter breaking continued

Beth Eva | Contributed Owner of Heartland Ranch Hello Everyone! Beth Eva here to not only further explain halter breaking from where I left off...

Cycling rally benefits Fresno State art students in honor of art professor

Over 150 cyclist participated in a road race just after sunrise at Millerton Lake to honor the work and life of a former Fresno...

Is Clovis haunted?

From its beginnings as a freight stop along the San Joaquin Valley Railroad in 1890, to its incorporation as a city in February of...

Two Clovis High employees arrested, charged with having sex with the same student

The Clovis community was shocked to learn of the arrest of two Clovis High School employees last Thursday night, Jan. 8. Matthew Pena, 32...

Clovis Fire announces Firefighter of the Year, shares 2017 stats

Clovis Fire Chief John Binaski honored three individuals—two for safe driving and one as Firefighter of the Year—at the March 12 city council meeting. The...

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...

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