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What’s Up, Clovis? Big Hat Days celebrating 80 years, Peacock Market gets facelift, Triangle...

Big Hat Days celebrating 80 years of fun This year, Clovis Big Hat Days is celebrating the big 8-0. Started in 1938 as a celebration...

What’s Up, Clovis? SCCCD plans for Oakhurst campus, Miss Clovis is crowned, New Clovis...

SCCCD moves forward with plans for new Oakhurst campus At that same meeting in early March, the SCCCD Board approved the $1,822,500 purchase of 30...

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...

What’s Up, Clovis? Harry Armstrong memorial, Butterfish opens in new location, Taking it to...

Community comes together for Harry Armstrong Memorial/Interchange Dedication Friends, family members, city officials and public dignitaries came together Feb. 15 at Clovis Veterans Memorial District...

What’s Up, Clovis? New hotels, Costco relocation, new batting cages at Bicentennial Park

Construction coming along for new Clovis hotels As the Roundup reported in the fall, several hotels have their sights set on Clovis. With the city becoming...

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...

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