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Saturday, August 24, 2019

CUSD board votes to honor recently retired Police Chief

The Clovis Unified School District governing board passed a motion at its meeting on Wednesday night, Aug. 14 to honor and commemorate the career...

Clovis Cocktail Contest: DiCicco’s

Known for great Italian food made from 60-year-old recipes from Pacentro, Italy, DiCicco's signature cocktail, Blackberry Gondola, stays true to the restaurant's roots. "We wanted...

Bryson DeChambeau to play 2020 U.S. Open

PGA golfer and former Clovis East High standout Bryson DeChambeau has been accepted to play in the 2020 U.S. Open next year at Winged...

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...

Clovis Police Department’s Explorer Post 355 is recruiting

The Clovis Police Department is looking for new recruits for their Explorer Post 355.  Meetings for the group will be on the 1st, 3rd, and...

Clovis Community College: A Kindness Movement to Honor Molly Griffin

On February 21, 2015, former Clovis Community College student Molly Griffin was killed in a car accident. The 23-year-old was tragically hit by a...

Back to School: Clovis Unified kicks off new school year with Rally

Students, faculty and supporters of the Clovis Unified School District gathered Tuesday, Aug. 12 to celebrate the beginning of the 2019-20 school year at...

Clovis West’s Cole Anderson to play BallisLife event

Rosters for BallisLife’s annual High School Bay vs LA were announced Aug. 14 and Clovis West’s very own Cole Anderson will be suiting up. Anderson, a point guard heading into his junior year, will be...
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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...

Marie Callender’s is now closed, so where do we get pie?

Announced on Monday, 19 Marie Callender's will be closed, effective immediately. Due to “underperforming” restaurants, the Perkins & Marie Callender’s, LLC company has filed for...

Clovis Cocktail Contest: DiCicco’s

Known for great Italian food made from 60-year-old recipes from Pacentro, Italy, DiCicco's signature cocktail, Blackberry Gondola, stays true to the restaurant's roots. "We wanted...

Clovis Unified aims to promote wellness

The start of a new school year is usually an exciting time for parents and students. However, for many in Clovis Unified School District, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Parents like David Mata are nervous that their kids will not only contribute to the growing opioid epidemic, but...

Clovis doctor retires, but the work is never done

If you have been putting off visiting Dr. Allen Clyde for your podiatric needs, unfortunately you have run out of time. But you’re just in time to schedule a pack ride or see what else the doctor is working on. The newly-retired physician was the longest-practicing podiatric doctor in Clovis....

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...

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...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Picking up limits left to right

Shaver Lake is definitely the place to be to find some excellent fishing and cooler weather. It is just simply gorgeous! Following a great Fourth of July holiday with some of the most spectacular fireworks from our island over the lake, things have settled down a tad. After the...

Shaver Lake Fishing Report: Recent DFW plant mixes rainbows with kokanee

Following a winter-like May, June has been one of the best fishing months at Shaver in some time. And, the weather has been perfect!  Out of 19 charter trips we made in June, we caught limits for all but one trip. And, that trip was made up with an...