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Sierra Vista Mall boasts small business, huge events this holiday

From pet photos to storytime with Santa, Sierra Vista Mall doesn’t disappoint during the holidays. “For us it’s huge to get involved in the local...

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 Buchanan High School’s english department,...

Clovis North lifts facility alert following social media threats

A facility alert has been lifted and classes have resumed at Clovis North as regularly scheduled following social media threats aimed at five students....

Clovis East ag program selected for national award

The Clovis East High School agricultural education program was one of six finalist nationwide to receive the 2018 National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE)...

Clovis Rotary project brings Christmas cheer to seniors

Clovis Unified School District students and members of the Clovis Rotary Club spent their Saturday morning making the holiday season brighter for senior citizens. As...

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 led by Mishael McDougal of...

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 Red Kettle Campaign. Donations collected...

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 a 10-foot tall gingerbread house...

Clovis students plan to improve Valley air

Two Covis students are on a mission to clean up the Central Valley air. Marco Fung and Linkin Phimphisane, fifth-grade students at Garfield Elementary School,...

Clovis continues annual holiday tradition

The City of Clovis continued its long-standing tradition of Christmas tree lighting on Monday, Dec. 3 outside of the Clovis City Council. Dozens of Clovis...

Gateway High student arrested for bringing firearm to campus

A 16-year-old Gateway High School student was arrested Friday following a report that she may have been in possession of a loaded gun while...

Ferguson Fire declared out, hazards still present

The Ferguson Fire is completely out thanks to the recent change in weather conditions, fire officials announced Thursday. As a result, roads have been reopened...

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, the Bronco student-athletes paid a...

Sandbags available to Clovis residents

The City of Clovis is helping residents protect their homes from flooding by offering a maximum of 10 free sandbags to each address within...

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 Sassano received the refurbished...

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...

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 college is inching toward its...

Breaking the cycle of domestic violence

Anyone who has ever dealt with domestic violence first or second-hand will tell you that it is a cycle that affects victims – and...

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 shares observations, opinions and funny...

Christian bookstore invites community to holiday sales events

ABC Christian Books and Health Foods is giving back to customers this holiday season by hosting a pair of sales events. The Christian bookstore kicks...

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 annual charity golf tournament to...

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...

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 California. Over a span of...

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