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The Clovis Police Department announced the department is receiving a $47,000 grant from the California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) on Wednesday, July 28. Clovis PD Chief Curt Fleming said the...

California Prohibits Certain Mugshots from Social Media

California will be restricting which suspected criminals will be receiving their 15 minutes of shame on social media following a recent assembly bill (AB)...

Petaluma Wins State Championship as Clovis Welcomes American Legion Baseball to City

They were the loudest team in the room. At a dinner welcoming the six competing teams to the California American Legion baseball championship, it was...

Two People Rescued After Driving into a Ditch

Two people called 911 for help in the early morning hours after driving into a deep ditch in a construction zone on Wednesday, July...

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Clovis: Reopen for Business

There have been some limitations and adjustments with the reopening of businesses in Clovis; however, business is booming in the community.

Door Dash Fulfillment Center Conflict

The Clovis Planning Commission approved a permit for a 6,770-square-foot Door Dash DashMart convenience store, which will serve as a 24-hour electronic fulfillment center...

Chukchansi Gold to Host Job Fair

Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino will be hosting a job fair on Tuesday, May 18. The job fair will take place at the Chukchansi's Training...

Clovis Chamber Hosts Virtual 2021 Salute to Business

The Clovis Chamber of Commerce held their 2021 Salute to Business event on May 6 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. to recognize and...

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Petaluma Wins State Championship as Clovis Welcomes American Legion Baseball to City

They were the loudest team in the room. At a dinner welcoming the six competing teams to the California American Legion baseball championship, it was...

American Legion State Baseball Tournament: Petaluma, Napa Valley Advance to Final

  Before Clovis Unified School District superintendent Eimear O’Farrell delivered the first pitch on Saturday morning, she made one warning to the crowd -- it...

Clovis to Host its First-ever American Legion Baseball Championships

American Legion is hosting its California state championship baseball tournament in Clovis for the first time in 96 years. After winning the championship in each...

Carlos Mack Plans to Transfer to Clovis High, Bringing Football Journey Full Circle

Carlos Mack spent the past three seasons patrolling the perimeter and making big plays at Edison High School. Now he wants to return to...

Central Section Moving to Year-to-Year Division Placement

The CIF Central Section is implementing a new playoff format for the 2021-22 high school sports season, one that eliminates the traditional division structure....

Clovis Unified Alums Prandini, DeChambeau to Compete at 2021 Tokyo Olympics

The city of Clovis will be represented this summer in one of the world’s biggest sporting events.  Former Clovis High track & field standout Jenna...

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California Requiring Proof of Vaccination for State and Health Care Workers

California is the first state in the nation to require all state employees and health care workers to provide proof of vaccination as COVID-19...

City of Clovis Release Annual Water Quality Report

Every year the City of Clovis public utilities department conducts an annual water quality report to ensure that the water in our community is...

CDC Updates K-12 Guidelines, CUSD’s Response

As in-person learning becomes a priority in the fall for K-12, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its COVID-19 school’s guidance...

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Clovis PD Reports on Commercial Burglary

Break-ins, more commonly known as burglaries, aren't new to the Clovis Community. In fact, even through COVID-19 they still continued. “When a business is closed...

The Perils of Opioids and Rise of Fentanyl

The opioid crisis in America, especially in the Central Valley, doesn’t seem to have an end in sight. As bleak as it may seem,...

Clovis North Student Takes Grand Prize at International Science and Engineering Fair

A Clovis North sophomore took home a grand prize of $50,000 at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) last month. It was a...

CUSD Student Flies’ Solo for the First Time on his 16th Birthday

Clovis High sophomore Eli Prieto’s love for the air began at a very young age. After a trip to the Sierra Sky Park Airport...

Richard Delgado: An Educator, a Son and Legacy

An educator must be highly regarded if when people utter their name, reverence follows. The name holds a special place in students’ hearts. They...

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Let’s Talk Clovis: The Gracious and Generous Roxie Varadian

Roxie (Araxie) was a unique and beautiful individual. She lived a quiet but purposeful life. She would bequeath $400,000 to Clovis organizations at her...

Let’s Talk Clovis: Wayne Riley, Clovis businessman and Volunteer Fire Chief

Wayne Riley (1917-2007) was the official historian of Clovis infrastructure, building codes, our business community and the development of our fire department. As a young...

Let’s Talk Clovis: George “Tink” Kastner, 1919-2006

George "Tink" Kastner became a ”Clovis Living Legend” during his lifetime. His mother died four days after his birth and was raised by her...

Let’s Talk Clovis: History of Jefferson Elementary School

Education is the foundation of our democracy. Pioneer Clovis families championed that belief. They wanted schools established as they purchased land within colonies. Development...

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CenterStage Clovis Community Theatre will be holding auditions for its upcoming rendition of “Merry Christmas, George Bailey!” on Saturday, July 31 at 10 a.m. The...
As the city of Clovis has reopened, there are some fun events on the way. “We’re just very happy for the whole atmosphere that we’re going to create down here in Old Town,” said Cora Shipley, President of the Business Organization of Old Town.
The annual Peach Party has been held for over 20 years in Clovis. It’s a favorite event for the Smittcamp family and Wawona Frozen Foods to put on.
Clovis Friends of the Fresno County Public Library recently got the go-ahead from the Clovis Library and Fresno Arts Council to resume ArtHop in...

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