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Clovis legend Al Gould shares his rodeo journey

The rodeo has changed a lot since Al Gould’s time as a cowboy. Gould, 73, is a master leather craftsman…

City moves ahead with plan for second water diversion

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Residents objecting to having easements on their property for grey water to flow down the…

The Van Ornam twins spread disability awareness

Photo by Valerie Shelton - The Van Ornam family: Lori, Juliana, Sydnee and Mark.   By Valerie Shelton, Editor When twins…

California Health Sciences University hosts Measure C town hall meeting

Clovis Community College staff and students sought community support for Measure C during a town hall meeting on March 29,…

School board adopts dress code changes

After months of deliberation, the Clovis Unified School Board voted 6-1 to adopt proposed gender-neutral changes to the district’s dress…

California Health Sciences University announces plan to stay in Clovis

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s official: California Health Sciences University will be staying in Clovis, constructing its permanent campus in…

Plans for Shaw and Armstrong Rite Aid denied

Photo by Valerie Shelton - Property owner Richard Ginder Jr., asks the city council to consider his plan to have a…

New Clovis water rates to have adverse effect on lowest users

Photo by Ron Sundquist - The city council chamber was packed on April 11, with many citizens present to protest the…

City adopts Garfield Bionic Brains students’ idea

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Clovis council members with Garfield’s Bionic Brains students, from L-R, Nate Catillo, Upek Amarasinghe, Josef Bath,…

Ag at Large: Oppressive rules hinder farmers

By Don Curlee Talking with, learning and writing about California farmers and their associates has been at least a half…

Running Time unveiled

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s the first day of spring. A cool morning breeze rustles the pink blossom filled trees…