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Former Pelco owner and philanthropist David McDonald passes away at 69

Fresno Philanthropist and former Pelco CEO David McDonald died Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019 at the age of 69. He was found at his Prather home...

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 business partners Bryan Basinger and...

First Heritage Grove development moves forward

The first development slated for the northeast urban village Heritage Grove was officially approved June 28 by a unanimous planning commission. The Lennar Homes development...

Developer makes case for Clovis senior living complex

In a meeting lasting more than four hours, the Clovis City Council discussed a proposed senior living complex which has brought concerns to the...

City relaxes RV and boat parking ordinance for peak summer months

Clovis residents who tire of having to go back and forth from their mini storage unit each summer weekend to get their boat or...

Clovis Festival of Lights at Santa Claus Lane is a new attraction for the...

By Valerie Shelton, Editor It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. While the weather outside in Clovis isn’t particularly frightful, the one sure sign that...

A Tale of Two Cities

When I tell people I just moved to Clovis from San Jose they ask, “How are you liking it so far?” My go-to response...

Clovis PD’s Ty Wood receives national recognition

Clovis Police Service Officer Ty Wood is receiving national recognition for his commitment to keeping the public informed. Nextdoor, a social network used by...

Clovis residents show concern of rehab center in neighborhood

Clovis residents came together at the city council meeting on Monday, Aug. 6 to express their concerns about a proposed rehab facility in their...

Clovis engineering firm buys out Kids Day corner

A Clovis engineering firm’s effort to give back to the community was on display Tuesday morning outside of its office building. Around 8 a.m., Blair,...

CHSU begins construction on new campus

Construction is in the early stages for California Health Sciences University’s new Clovis campus. Crews on bulldozers and tractors have began moving dirt at the...

Clovis restaurant makes 11-year-old’s Disney World wish come true

The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central California and Michelangelo’s Pizzeria in Old Town Clovis have joined forces every year for the past seven years to...

City approves environmental report on new project

The Clovis City Council approved an environmental impact report on the 63,000 square-foot Clovis Landmark Commons Civic Center North Project on Monday, July 9. According...

What you need to know about the ‘REAL ID’

The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) started offering federal compliant REAL ID driver licenses and identification cards beginning Jan. 22. This optional card is...

Anlin strives to expand in Clovis

One of the top sales tax revenue generating businesses in Clovis, Anlin Window Systems, has experienced a recent surge in success, steadily growing over...

Valley Children’s brings Magnolia Pediatrics to Clovis

The Central Valley has a shortage of primary care providers and Valley Children’s Healthcare is working to fill that gap. One of the ways it’s...

Lincoln Elementary unveils ‘Buddy Bench’ at anti-bullying assembly

Students at Clovis Unified’s Lincoln Elementary are smiling a bit brighter and treating each other with more kindness as they take up the national...

Clovis: still best place to live

In response to some of the comments (both positive and negative) received in last months issue concerning the article about the “Clovis Way of...

4 Sisters Thrift says goodbye to Clovis

4 Sisters Thrift is ready to hang it up. The store, which specializes in collectibles, home goods and furniture, is closing its doors after five...

Hotels set sights on Clovis

“You can’t find a room in Clovis”—that’s the current dilemma in the up-and-coming destination city according to Shawn Miller, the city’s business development manager. As...

Wawona Express makes final run at Smittcamp property

The Wawona Express that circled the 55-acre Smittcamp property for nearly three decades made its last run Thursday, Sept. 20 before it was donated...

What’s Up, Clovis? New hotels, Costco relocation, new batting cages at Bicentennial Park

Construction coming along for new Clovis hotels As the Roundup reported in the fall, several hotels have their sights set on Clovis. With the city becoming...

Smoke N Spurs Plans Future Grand Opening in Old Town

BY CAROLE GROSCH After a year and a half of renovations, new family-run restaurant Smoke N Spurs, opened earlier this year at 361 Pollasky Ave....

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