Daniel Leon

A native of Woodlake, Daniel Leon is a recent graduate of Fresno State with a degree in Mass Communication and Journalism. Daniel served as Sports Editor at The Collegian, Fresno State’s student-run newspaper, prior to joining the Roundup. Got a story idea? Email him at editor@clovisroundup.com

Old Town’s J.E. Good Building under new ownership

The J.E. Good Building in Old Town Clovis has a new owner. Under their firm S&S Investment Team, Ronnie Silva…

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…

Waves of support come in for Alta Sierra’s Makai Lloren

A local student-athlete is receiving support from all over after an accident left him paralyzed from the chest down. Makai…

Clovis Culinary Center comes up with unique date idea for couples

If you’re a couple looking for a fun date idea, the Clovis Culinary Center has you covered. The recently-established facility…

City welcomes community involvement to help shape dog park project

The City of Clovis continues to welcome community participation as it puts the finishing touches on its Dog Park Master…

Flores seeks re-election to Clovis City Council

Jose Flores is looking to retain his seat on the Clovis City Council. The longtime councilmember is is set to…

4-H Club aids Camp Fire victims

The Renegades 4-H Club, a youth group based out of Clovis, is making sure Camp Fire victims aren’t forgotten. As…

Clovis High construction students put to the test

Clovis High School students applied their knowledge in a real-life work setting on Thursday, Dec. 13. As part of their…

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…

Military officer moved by Dry Creek students’ letters

2nd Lt. Austin Bailey, a 2011 graduate of Buchanan High School, stopped by his former elementary school last Thursday to…

Clovis Book Barn owners dismiss rumors of business closing

False rumors have circulated about Clovis Book Barn, leading customers to believe that the bookstore is closing. In a recent…

Buchanan teacher with WWE nickname earns Educator of the Year honor

The efforts of a Clovis Unified School District educator have earned him a prestigious award. Marcos Martinez, a teacher in…

Mobile Dairy Classroom visits Reagan Elementary

Reagan Elementary School students stepped outside the classroom Wednesday for a special assembly involving a dairy cow. In a presentation…

Clovis Salvation Army in need of bell ringers

The Salvation Army of Clovis is in need of bell ringers again this holiday season to raise funds for its…

Institute of Technology students build life-size gingerbread house

The Institute of Technology is getting into the holiday spirit. Over the weekend, culinary students put the finishing touches on…

Clovis North student-athletes spread holiday cheer to Valley Children’s patients

The Clovis North boys basketball team spread some holiday cheer ahead of its season-opening tournament. Coordinated by coach Tony Amundsen,…

Sassano’s new penny machine attracts collectors

Sassano’s Men’s Wear in Old Town Clovis is the newest destination on the checklist of souvenir coin collectors. Owner Greg…

Giving Tuesday: Clovis Community College fundraiser contributes to student success

Clovis Community College launched its second annual Giving Tuesday online fundraising campaign today to increase scholarship funds for students. The…

Longtime basketball coach shares the funny side of life in new book

Jack Fertig has returned with a sequel to “Life’s A Joke.” In his latest book, “Life’s STILL A Joke,” Fertig…

Make-A-Wish grants Clovis boy’s wish with help from Michelangelo’s

Michelangelo’s Pizzeria has done it once again. The Old Town Clovis restaurant raised a record $18,223.57 last month during its…

Lincoln Elementary aids sister school affected by Camp Fire

A Clovis Unified school is doing its part to help students and families affected by the Camp Fire in Northern…

CUSD expresses gratitude to longtime board members

Clovis Unified School District dedicated a portion of Wednesday night's meeting to outgoing board members Sandy Budd and Jim Van…

Clovis West students light the way for children in Kenya, local first responders

Environmental science students at Clovis West High School are lighting the way for villagers in Africa and local first responders.…