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September marks Wilderness Awareness Month

Paul Schlesinger | Reporter @PaulSch_Photog Signed into law in 1964, the Wilderness Act created a nationwide wilderness preservation system and recognized wilderness as “an area...

Clovis girl competes in national rodeo event

School's out for summer, but 13-year-old Mia Bernardi is busier than ever. Bernardi, a student at Clark Intermediate School in Clovis, is currently competing in...

Clovis Unified honors 14 juniors as Students of Promise

Fourteen juniors from Clovis area high schools were honored at the district’s annual Students of Promise dinner on March 18 at the Clovis Veterans...

CUSD, Clovis City Council hold joint meeting

The City of Clovis and the Clovis Unified School District held a joint meeting on Monday, Oct. 1 at the Council Chamber in Clovis....

Quilting connection: Nancy Stalker and granddaughter share embroidered bond

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s not every day you meet a 15-year-old with sewing skills, but Clovis High sophomore Lauren Stalker is the exception. At the...

Developers request amendment to Loma Vista

By Tomas Kassahun | Reporter @TomasKassahun At the Clovis City Council meeting on Monday, Feb. 13, the Planning and Development Services staff requested to initiate...

Spotlight on Safety: Our Heroes’ Dreams gives veterans a new mission

By Valerie Shelton, Editor For the 1 percent of Americans who serve the country in the United States military, it’s all about the mission and...

Bear Creek Gifts and Cabin Décor Celebrate Western Way of Life

By Carole Grosch | Reporter Stepping into the Bear Creek Gifts and Cabin Decor store in Old Town Clovis is like entering a showcase of...

Social Justice Series Comes to a Close at Clovis Community College

Clovis Community College concluded its “Social Justice Series: Lifting up our Communities” lecture series April 19 in the Academic Center on campus. Bill Shannon, an...

City tackles tough topic of suicide

In 2016, over 101 deaths by suicide were reported within Fresno County and the most recent data available shows over 2,045 people in the...

Clovis Chamber to honor local business leaders at annual awards dinner

Clovis Chamber of Commerce is holding its 2018 Annual Membership and Salute to Business Dinner on Thursday from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at Classic...

Fields of hope: how soccer changed hearts and united a community

The Clovis Unified Soccer League was a rousing success this season that touched many lives. The first-year league featured all six schools from the...

CUSD general session ignites a new school year

By Michaela Parker | Reporter @parkermichaela9 “Honoring our past… inspiring the future” Clovis Unified School District officially kicked off the new school year Tuesday with...

Clovis Adult School nursing program graduates 26 students

Twenty six students from the Clovis Adult Education vocational nursing program are ready to take the next step in their journey. After an 18-month...

CERT program trains citizens in disaster preparedness

At any moment, the unthinkable can occur: a devastating earthquake, an awful act of terrorism or a medical emergency. While it’s best not to...

Clovis PD applies for grant for alternative fuel vehicles

By Jeanine Fiser, Reporter They are zippy, stylish and help conduct official police business. The one thing they do not do: emit pollutants. In 2014...

Clovis says goodbye to the great Doc Buchanan

On Tuesday, August 11, Clovis lost one of its greatest icons—the legendary Floyd “Doc” Buchanan, who passed away at age 91. Doc was a champion...

Spring Wine Walk Returns to Old Town

If it's spring, it's time for Wine Walk. Twice a year, in the spring and fall, Old Town Clovis celebrates the season with this favorite...

Is Clovis haunted?

From its beginnings as a freight stop along the San Joaquin Valley Railroad in 1890, to its incorporation as a city in February of...

Thinking About Health: How Changes in Medicare Could Affect You

By Trudy Lieberman | Contributed Rural Health News Service Shortly before Easter, the House of Representatives passed legislation that’s supposed to fix once and for...

Ag at Large: Farmers’ image dimmed by time

By Don Curlee The praise and respect for farmers spoken by iconic broadcaster Paul Harvey 39 years ago has not transcended the skepticism and doubt...

Clovis Fire Department sends crew to assist with Camp Fire

Clovis Fire Department has sent nine personnel and two engines to help with the Camp Fire in Northern California. So far, the fire has burned...

Clovis Community Cancer Institute set to open Aug. 1

Central Valley cancer patients no longer need to travel across the state to receive optimal care. In fact, according to Community Medical Centers’ Chief...

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