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Jim Bartko: ‘I did not leave Fresno State by choice’

Former Fresno State Director of Athletics Jim Bartko issued a statement to the media Wednesday, revealing details of his sudden exit from the university....

Kiwanians break ground on music project

Kiwanis Club of Old Town Clovis broke ground on its music in the park project last week at Dry Creek Park. The project consists of...

Valley Children’s brings Magnolia Pediatrics to Clovis

The Central Valley has a shortage of primary care providers and Valley Children’s Healthcare is working to fill that gap. One of the ways it’s...

Clovis DMV to offer Saturday hours

In an attempt to help ease wait times around the state, 40 California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) field offices will begin offering limited...

SJCL alum named Tulare County Judge

San Joaquin College of Law in Clovis is celebrating Kerri M. Lopez, a 1998 graduate, who was just appointed as a Tulare County Superior...

House of JuJu offers best burgers in town

The Clovis Roundup team recently set out to Old Town for a staff lunch. After pondering our options, we decided on House of JuJu....

Clovis Community Medical Center takes a stand against diabetes

Community Medical Centers addressed the diabetes epidemic during its latest HealthQuest seminar last Thursday. Led by Dr. Dominic Dizon of Community Regional Medical Center, the...

Bulldoggers Rodeo Team advances five qualifiers to nationals

Five members of the Fresno State rodeo team are headed to Casper, Wyoming, to compete in the College National Finals Rodeo from June 10...

Summer Movie Nights return to Clovis

Disney Pixar's film “Inside Out” led the first Summer Movie Night of the season on June 1 at Dry Creek Park. The free event,...

Governor Brown signs water conservation bill

Governor Jerry Brown recently signed SB 606 to help the state better prepare for droughts and climate change by establishing statewide water efficiency standards. “In...

Clovis couples lock up love

An international romantic trend has made its way to Clovis. For years, those visiting European cities known for love such as Paris and Florence have...

Clovis keeps Memorial Day tradition running

Clovis Senior Activity Center paid a special tribute to senior citizens, veterans and active military by honoring their legacy with the annual Memorial Run...

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...

Clovis modelers free to fly Sierra Meadows Park

As the popularity of drones increases for recreational use, the area airspace can sometimes get convoluted and the rules can be hazy. That is...

Clovis addresses need for new parks, still uncertain on locations

Clovis is home to a number of beautiful parks, many of which connect to its stellar trail system, but as the community continues to...

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...

Clovis supports CSBG and Fresno EOC

Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) funds are vital to Fresno County, as the Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission (EOC) uses these federal dollars to aid...

Friday Night Farmers Market makes seasonal return

Starting now until Sept. 28, the streets of Old Town Clovis will be entertained with the Friday Night Farmers Market. Every year it offers...

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....

Seniors learn how to stop the scam

On Friday, May 11, the Clovis Senior Activity Center hosted a free and educational Scam Stoppers Workshop presented by Assemblyman Jim Patterson. The goal...

Clovis City Council gives two proclamations

The Clovis City Council gave two recognitions at its city council meeting on Monday. The city first presented a proclamation recognizing Maternal Mental Health Awareness...

Clovis welcomes Nuovo Terraces by Bonadelle Neighborhoods

Local home builder Bonadelle Neighborhoods is nearing completion of Nuovo Terraces, its second community in Clovis. The development of 83 homes on 7.5 acres immediately...

Harlan Ranch HOA plans to expand clubhouse

As Harlan Ranch residents continue to wait patiently for a commercial center to be built along Owens Mountain Parkway for their use, the community’s...

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