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Monday, September 23, 2019

Community of Clovis Honors 9/11 Victims (Video)

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8R0k8OFZrzo] With the help of Clovis community members, military personnel and other law enforcement groups from around the country, victims of the 9/11 terrorist...

Clovis Community College Celebrates Mexican Independence Day

Students and staff at Clovis Community College were treated to a performance of cultural Mexican dancing in honor of the 2019 date of Mexican...

Clovis North Boys Water Polo Claim Superiority Over Clovis East

The Clovis North boys water polo team continued its hot start to the 2019 regular season with a dominant 11-3 victory over visiting Clovis...

Crush Womens Soccer Almost Upset Undefeated Lake Tahoe

Despite the uneven start to the 2019 season for the Clovis Crush womens soccer team, Clovis almost came away with a come-from-behind victory over...

Hall of Fame Welcomes New Inductees for 2019

Several hundred guests attended the Hall of Fame Annual Awards on Saturday evening, September 14, 2019, at the Clovis Veterans Memorial District. They came...

Clovis Community College makes Top 13 in 5CTCA Cross Country Rankings

Both the mens and womens Clovis Community College cross country teams have been voted into the top 13 of the California Community College Athletics...

Food Review: Clovis Welcomes Huckleberry’s

"Southern Cookin' with a California Twist," makes for a savory description of Huckleberry's cuisine. Breakfast and lunch with a Cajun kick? Yes, please.  The...

Clovis East Suffers Heartbreaking Loss to Memorial-Fresno

Coming off a Division III Central Section Championship and led by highly-recruited wide receiver Jalen McMillan, the San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno Panthers were no joke. The Clovis East Timberwolves learned that...

Clovis East Suffers Heartbreaking Loss to Memorial-Fresno

Coming off a Division III Central Section Championship and led by highly-recruited wide receiver Jalen McMillan, the San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno Panthers were no joke. The Clovis East Timberwolves learned that in gut-wrenching fashion Friday night. Panthers...
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Hedrick’s Chevrolet: Legacy of giving back

When you hear the name Hedrick’s Chevrolet, three things come to mind. Exceptional customer service, the highest-quality cars, but just as important, a commitment to bettering their community. “If you’re going to do business in town, you need to be involved in it and the things that help the city grow...

Clovis City Council to Recognize September as Suicide Prevention Month

The Clovis City Council will issue a proclamation Monday, Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. recognizing September as Suicide Prevention Month.  During the regularly scheduled City Council Meeting the proclamation will  be presented to attending members of the Fresno County Department of Behavioral Health (FCDBH). In addition, FCDBH will have on display...

California Health Sciences University Advances Towards Accreditation

The new College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) has successfully advanced towards their next step in accreditation at the California Health Sciences University (CHSU) in Clovis.  It was awarded pre-accreditation status, following the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) meeting last month, making it the highest status a College of Osteopathic...

Join In Bringing Light to the Darkness of Cancer

On Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk will take place at Chukchansi Park in Downtown Fresno.  The event will help raise funds and awareness for cancer prevention and research. It also exists to find cures and ensure access to the best available treatments...

Dr. Kenneth Klassen leaving Old Town Clovis after 35 Years

After graduating from Oral Roberts University in 1983, Dr. Kenneth Klassen began practicing dentistry in the Fresno/Clovis area where he cultivated lifelong patients and friends alike. After owning his practice in Old Town Clovis for over 35 years, he made the decision to sell it to his associate of...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Great fishing season thus far, good biting will continue through September

It’s been a long and very successful fishing season at Shaver Lake. We continue to knock out multiple limits of mostly kokanee. People from all around like Dave Smith of Tehachapi come to Shaver to catch these lively-landlocked salmon. Dave fished with me this week after successful weeks of...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Kokes will bite well into September, look for Fall trout fishing at Stevenson Bay

As the summer winds down, the kokanee are now in their pre-spawn stage. That means the male kokes start getting larger snouts, humped backs and an apricot color. All third year kokanee begin their descent toward the bottom of the lake as they prepare for the late fall spawn....

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Families taking advantage before back to school

As we enter the last few weeks of school being out, I am amazed how many grandparents and parents took advantage of taking the kids fishing before school starts. I am talking about Clovis residents like: Dr. Scott De Shields taking his daughter Kathryn, Peter and Monique Castanos with...