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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...

Fresno State’s spring reading series to feature four poets, novelist and graphic memoirist

Clovis Roundup Staff The Spring 2017 Fresno Poets’ Association Reading Series will include four prize-winning poets, a graphic memoirist and a newly published faculty member...

Veterans transform life on the farm

Calling a vet to the farm used to mean an animal was sick, but new approaches by government and other agencies are opening the...

Heat, fires, stagnant air—the Perfect storm for Valley’s bad air

Nobody has to tell us that our Valley air is bad. We can let our eyes and nose be the judge. In recent days,...

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...

Ag at Large: Oppressive rules hinder farmers

By Don Curlee Talking with, learning and writing about California farmers and their associates has been at least a half lifetime experience. It tells me...

Clovis PD working with other law enforcement agencies to stop distracted driving

April recognized as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month In California, the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS), Clovis Police Department, CHP, local law enforcement, and community...

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...

CUSD officials, community members address transgender bathroom options, other topics ahead of school year

Paul Schlesinger | Reporter @PaulSch_Photog The issue of Clovis Unified School District transgender students using school bathrooms and locker rooms of the gender with which...

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...

Local coat drive strives to meet the need of every child

For the past three years, Cpl. Dustin Dodd of the Clovis Police Department has spearheaded the effort to provide winter coats to children in...

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...

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...

Man on the Street: Pint for Pint

By Diana Giraldo | Reporter The 29th annual Pint for Pint national blood drive kicked off Friday, July 29 and will continue through the month...

CART gets unanimous vote to continue operating

  The Assembly Education Committee came together on Wednesday, May 10 and unanimously approved a bill that allows the continued operation of CART, a Central...

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...

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...

Ag at Large: The tech world needs veggies too

By Don Curlee | Contributed California agriculture is attracting the world of technology the way spring blossoms attract bees – and a half dozen outstanding...

Thinking About Health: How Changes in Medicare Could Affect You

By Trudy Lieberman | Contributed Rural Health News Service Shortly before Easter, the House of Representatives passed legislation that’s supposed to fix once and for...

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...

September marks Wilderness Awareness Month

Paul Schlesinger | Reporter @PaulSch_Photog Signed into law in 1964, the Wilderness Act created a nationwide wilderness preservation system and recognized wilderness as “an area...

The Traveling Equine: What to keep in your horse trailer

Photo by Lauren Mueller - Spare halters for all of my horses hang on the hooks in my trailer, as well as a spare bridle...

Kurt Sieve: Serving Clovis As Business Owner, Chamber Board Member

By Johnny Martin | Reporter @jmart_17 When Kurt Sieve was growing up just east of Clovis in the small town of Sanger, he watched his...

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