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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Veterans community to hold Blood Drive

The American Legion 147, VFW Post 3225 and the Clovis Veterans Memorial District are coming together to put on a community blood drive on...

Buchanan’s Brian Weaver named US Track and Field coach of the year for California

The awards continue to roll in for the Buchanan Bears track and field team as head coach Brian Weaver was named coach of the...

North American Pole Vault Championships coming back to Old Town Clovis

On Friday, July 19, Old Town Clovis (4th and Pollasky) will once again be home to some of the elite pole vaulters in the...

Clovis Community College to hold “Crush Days” in late July

Between Tuesday, July 30 and Wednesday, July 31, Clovis Community College will be holding their “Crush Days” which is a three-session event designed to...

Time is running out to sign up for Shop With A Cop

On Saturday, August 3, the Clovis Police Department will be holding their annual Shop With A Cop fundraiser, but tickets are running out.  Single tickets...

Karson Simas signs for the Boston Red Sox

After being drafted in the 25th round of the 2019 MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox, former Clovis West shortstop Karson Simas has...

2019 Clovis Citizens Academy, now accepting applications

Clovis community members are encouraged to sign up for the 2019 Clovis Citizens Academy, which is a workshop aimed at education the community on...
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Faces of Clovis: Teresa Stevens, CPA

Full Name: Teresa Stevens Place of Birth: Manila, Philippines Occupation: Certified Public Accountant Duties: I do income tax preparation, consulting, bookkeeping, payroll, 1099s, financial statements, audits, and...

7 Pet Safety Tips for Fourth of July

With crowds of unfamiliar people and loud, scary noises, the Fourth of July can make even the most laid-back, four-legged family members apprehensive and unpredictable. “Research shows that more pets are lost on the Fourth of July than any other day of the year and animal shelters are most crowded...

Keep horses safe during mosquito season

Summer may mean beaches and vacation, but it also means something else: mosquitoes. While mosquitoes are continuously bothersome to humans, they also pose a threat to horses.  In a recent interview, Dr. Katy Byrd from Clovis Pet Hospital gave some insight on why mosquitoes, specifically West Nile Virus, are a...

Keep calm and ninja on

On Tuesday, June 25, 17 women attended California Bujinkan Dojo's Women's Self Defense class. These women learned how to stay safe in situations where size and strength were not a determining factor and how to use space and natural body dynamics for personal protection. "I really like this class and...

California Health Sciences University partners with Case Western Reserve

California Health Sciences University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine recently established a new partnership with Case Western Reserve University, a top-ranked private research university based in Cleveland, Ohio. CHSU will be utilizing Case Western’s HoloAnatomy™ software suite with Microsoft HoloLens 2™ devices. Case Western first developed HoloAnatomy™ in 2015 as a...

Ag at large: Ag labor need as big as ever

Along with its reputation for unsurpassed production of agricultural products, California is the country’s outright leader in agricultural labor.  Several recent regulations have complicated...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Quality trout action forecasted

Shaver Lake continues to kick out multiple limits of kokanee most days. Even with a full moon and the rapid rise of water in the lake, we just keep catching limits for our guests every day. I think many are doing the same. Beautiful and warm weather has drawn...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Picking up limits with good weather

Following a very rainy, snowy and cold two weeks up here, we hit the lake this past week and found that the lake level has receded a few feet. Because of the storm and snowpack, Southern California Edison decided to lower the lake about three to five percent this...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Stormy weather slows bite

It was a stormy week at Shaver. Rain, snow and cold wind hit the lake most days. I think the kokanee bite slowed a bit from the past two weeks, and the trout bite had little to offer. Even with the nasty weather, many fishermen hit the lake over the...