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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Boris Elementary wrestler makes history as first female champ

Isabella Gonzales recently accomplished an unprecedented feat. The Boris Elementary School student became the first female wrestler in the history of Clovis Unified School District...

Clovis man arrested for multiple counts of child molestation, victims age ranged 5 to 12

Clovis Police Detectives arrested 69-year-old Clovis resident Philip Morris on Feb. 8, 2019 on multiple counts of child molestation. This investigation originated in June...

Three TRAC teams advance in girls soccer playoffs

Three is certainly company for the girls TRAC soccer teams in the Division I Central Section playoffs with Clovis North, Clovis West and Clovis...

CenterStage Clovis Presents “Duets” to the Central Valley

Want to enjoy a delightful afternoon filled with excellent entertainment?  You’ll want to save this date. On Saturday, March 9, CenterStage Clovis presents the...

Rivera relying on youth and experience to win Clovis election

Twenty-eight-year-old Maeketah Rivera is aiming to bring a fresh perspective as she runs for a Clovis City Council seat in March. Rivera is one of...

Let’s Talk Clovis: The Feb. 5, 1924 First State Bank Robbery

The First State Bank of Clovis was established by Richard Norris. Norris (1844-1939) was born in England and immigrated to the United States in...

20 CUSD seniors sign college national letters of intent

Twenty Clovis Unified student-athletes from four schools held National Letter of Intent signing events on Feb. 6, a day to remember for the class...

Clovis North beats Bullard in playoffs with remarkable goal

The Clovis North boys, the highest ranked Clovis Unified team left standing, continue to push through the playoffs with a remarkable goal by a trustworthy senior. With the score...

Rivera relying on youth and experience to win Clovis election

Twenty-eight-year-old Maeketah Rivera is aiming to bring a fresh perspective as she runs for a Clovis City Council seat...

Clovis Veterans Roundtable creates a collaborative community

When Lorenzo Rios took over as CEO of the Clovis Veterans Memorial District in 2015, his goal was to...

2019 Miss Clovis and Miss Clovis Outstanding Teen crowned

On Feb. 9, the new Miss Clovis and Miss Clovis Outstanding Teen were announced. Miss Clovis, held in the Clovis...

Let’s Talk Clovis: The Feb. 5, 1924 First State Bank Robbery

The First State Bank of Clovis was established by Richard Norris. Norris (1844-1939) was born in England and immigrated...

Clovis North beats Bullard in playoffs with remarkable goal

The Clovis North boys, the highest ranked Clovis Unified team left standing, continue to push through the playoffs with a remarkable goal by a trustworthy senior. With the score tied at one against No....
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Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream still lives on with CUSD students

Growing up with a white mother and a black father, Faith McKesson spent most of her days trying to figure out where exactly she belongs. She says it was a challenge trying to figure out her identity, but she eventually learned to trust the people who were guiding her...

Faces of Clovis: Amy hance – General Services Manager, City of Clovis

Full Name: Amy Hance Place of Birth: Lansing, Michigan Occupation: General Services Manager for City of Clovis Duties: I oversee three divisions: Clovis Senior Activity Center, Clovis...

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...

Faces of Clovis: Katy Byrd – Associate Veterinarian, Clovis Pet Hospital

Full Name: Catharine Anne Byrd, but I have had the nickname “Katy” since I was born. Place of Birth: Austin, Texas Occupation: Associate Veterinarian at Clovis...

Faces of Clovis: Ronnie Silva – Real Estate Broker, Ron Silva Realty

FULL NAME: Ronald Joseph Silva “I was named after my father, Ron.” PLACE OF BIRTH: Saint Agnes Hospital (Fresno, CA) OCCUPATION: Real Estate Broker DUTIES: “Representing buyers...

Faces of Clovis: Greg Sassano – Owner, Sassano’s Men’s Wear

FULL NAME: Greg Sassano PLACE OF BIRTH: Fresno, CA OCCUPATION: Owner of Sassano’s Men’s Wear, the oldest family business in Clovis DUTIES: “Keeping product on the shelves...

Clovis Chamber Holds 2019 Salute to Business Luncheon

On Tuesday, Jan. 29, members of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce gathered to honor local business leaders at the Clovis Veterans Memorial District.

Full O Bull celebrates 45 years in Clovis

Clovis residents showed up in full force to celebrate Full O Bull’s 45th year anniversary on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Andiamo Ristorante Italiano welcomes Clovis Chamber Lunch Connect

As a savory way to start the new year, Clovis Chamber of Commerce picked Andiamo Ristorante Italiano as the venue for their first Lunch...

Ivory Bridal Boutique celebrates Grand Opening

Ivory Bridal Boutique, located at 1990 N. Fowler Ave., Suite 114, in Clovis, held their Grand Opening on Thursday, Jan. 10, from 5 to...

Realty Concepts has a new look for 2019

Realty Concepts, LLC, a Fresno-based real estate brokerage, is starting the year with a new look! “It just happened overnight,” the receptionist at Realty Concepts...

The Local takes over REV’s space, set to open in February

A new restaurant has quickly swooped in on the former REV’s space in Old Town Clovis. The Local, spearheaded by business partners Bryan Basinger and...

Small Business Saturday: Do Your Part and Shop Smart

Nov. 24 of this year marks the 9th annual Small Business Saturday. The American shopping holiday started on Nov. 27, 2010 by well-known credit card...

Big Lots introduces new Clovis store

Big Lots celebrated the grand opening of its new Clovis store with a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday morning. The store, located in the former Rite...

2019 Miss Clovis and Miss Clovis Outstanding Teen crowned

On Feb. 9, the new Miss Clovis and Miss Clovis Outstanding Teen were announced. Miss Clovis, held in the Clovis Veterans Memorial Auditorium, featured four...

CenterStage Clovis Presents “Duets” to the Central Valley

Want to enjoy a delightful afternoon filled with excellent entertainment?  You’ll want to save this date. On Saturday, March 9, CenterStage Clovis presents the...

Hundreds celebrate Valentine’s at Sweetheart Dance

Heart-shaped red balloons attached to theme-decorated tables greeted guests on Sunday, Feb. 10, as they arrived for the second annual Sweetheart Dance. Hosted by...

South Korea’s Seoul Theater presents only US performance of “Princess and Ondal, a Magical Musical” this weekend

For its only two U.S. performances, South Korea's Theater Seoul presents "Princess and Ondal, a Magical Musical" at the Clovis Veterans Memorial District Auditorium,...

CVMD to host only U.S. performance of South Korean Children’s Musical

The Clovis Veterans Memorial District welcomes Theater Seoul’s production of Princess and Ondal, A Magical Musical!

New Clovis Medical School unveils technology-enhanced curriculum

The new College of Osteopathic Medicine at California Health Sciences University (CHSU) has unveiled their innovative approach to medical education for the first, four-year medical school in the Valley. Local leaders and elected officials visited the campus in Clovis recently to experience the CHSU medical school’s debut of their unique...

Clovis non-profit donates tons of medical supplies to those in need overseas

Do you know what happens to unused medical equipment? This was a question that a certain Clovis-based non-profit asked back in 1998. Medical Ministries International (MMI) is a Christian-based non-profit organization that was incorporated on Oct. 30, 1998. MMI was formed after the founders, Tom and Nancy Stoeckel, visited...

CHSU’s soon-to-be-built medical school receives approval to accept applications

The medical community recently celebrated a milestone as California Health Sciences University received approval to start accepting applications for its College of Osteopathic Medicine. CHSU received the news following the Nov. 30 meeting for the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation. As a result of the accreditation, the Clovis-based institution becomes the...

Clovis woman rises above diabetes

For JoAnn Verduzco, riding motorcycles and playing with her granddaughter in the park is second nature, but it hasn’t always been that way. When her father passed away in 2014 due to diabetes and other health complications, Verduzco was determined to make drastic changes in her life – and that...

Let’s Talk Clovis: The Feb. 5, 1924 First State Bank Robbery

The First State Bank of Clovis was established by Richard Norris. Norris (1844-1939) was born in England and immigrated to the United States in...

Let’s Talk Clovis: 1931 Masonic Temple of Clovis, No.417

The charter of the Clovis Masons was granted on Oct. 3, 1910. They held their first meetings on the second floor of the 1906...

Let’s Talk Clovis: 1896 Clovis Constable Charles Clifford and family

Constable Charles Henry Clifford (1864-1924) and his sisters arrived here in 1894. Charles and his sisters purchased 40 acres of land west of Fowler...

Let’s Talk Clovis – Duane Wamsley (1924-2018) and family

Duane Wamsley holds a part in the rich Clovis heritage. His roots trace all the way back to his grandparents, William and Jomia Keziah...

Ag at large: Citrus growers battle with citrus bug

At a casual glance, you might conclude that the California citrus industry has been outmaneuvered and overcome by the tiny wasp known as the...

Ag at large: Price share between farmer and food store

For each dollar consumers spend for food products less than 20 cents is received by farmers who produced the food. The rest goes for...

Ag at large: Canine sleuths identify deadly crop pathogen

You might have trouble pronouncing it, but it is important to know that phytophthora is perhaps the deadliest and most persistent crop malady in...

Ag at Large: Leafy greens become enlightened under roof

Some growers of leafy green vegetables are benefitting from adjustable light sources that influence growth characteristics under greenhouse conditions. Others depend on reliable California...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: No boats on lake due to weather, shore fishing it is

This report comes to you at the beginning of another storm week. Shaver has had so much snow that we are assured of ample...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Good report of fish regardless of storm

Heavy rain and wind were present throughout the past week, along with snow –– close to six feet –– over the weekend. Accompanying this weather were below-freezing temperatures. It is most likely that not many fishermen will be making their way to the lake soon. Although, there was one...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Looking forward to the Spring season

The wind is blowing sideways as it  is raining heavily with periods of snow. What does this mean? No one is one the lake this week. It’s nasty out there. This Saturday, my good friend and fellow guide, Tom Oliveira of Tulare, will be on Shaver, braving the weather...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Fishing during the holidays

Cold weather through the holidays decreased the amount of fishing boats and may have had a part in the slow down of the trout and kokanee bite. Most weekend and holiday boat counts were at about three to four boats a day. Who would want to hop in a...