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Old Town Craft Beer Crawl set for March 12

BY CLOVIS ROUNDUP STAFF Old Town Clovis is set to host some of the top Craft Brews from the Valley and beyond for its annual...

Valley Public Radio unveils new broadcast center

Photo by Paul Schlesinger Paul Schlesinger | Reporter @PaulSch_Photog With a cut of a ribbon, Valley Public Radio heralded the opening of its new broadcast center...

True Equestrian: Why do I ride?

Horseback riding is an expensive sport – perhaps among the most expensive in the world. It’s a sport that requires commitment to an animal...

Pre-Rodeo Competition Unites Local Cowboys and Cowgirls

Seventy-six local cowboys and cowgirls brought their horses and their A-game to the 17th annual Clovis Ranch Rodeo on Saturday, April 15. The 76 competitors...

Clovis city manager Rob Woolley set to retire after 30+ years of service

Paul Schlesinger | Reporter @PaulSch_Photog After helping to keep the city financially afloat during the Great Recession, Clovis City Manager Rob Woolley is set to...

Saddle Up with Beth Eva: Keeping safe around your horse

By Beth Eva | Contributed Owner of Heartland Ranch Hi again everyone! Beth Eva of Heartland Ranch Horse Training and Lessons here today with some...

Clovis non-profit donates tons of medical supplies to those in need overseas

Do you know what happens to unused medical equipment? This was a question that a certain Clovis-based non-profit asked back in 1998. Medical Ministries...

Back to School Bash supplies students with tools for success

Sierra Vista Mall and hip-hop radio station Q97.1 collaborated once again for the third annual Back to School Bash. With more than 2,000 backpacks...

Local kids flourish with trout project

By Tomas Kassahun | Reporter @TomasKassahun For the past nine years, a non-profit organization called the Shaver Lake Trophy Trout Project has been striving to...

Level 7 Fitness raises the bar for Veteran’s Day fundraiser

Working out makes you sweat – a lot. And opening a gym can have the same effect. Take it from Vincent Houle, who recently celebrated...

Mary Poppins transforms musical theater into magical theater

By Carol Lawson-Swezey From the moment that Mary Poppins pulls a six-foot hat rack out of her satchel, the audience expects there will be magical...

GI Bill Helps Veterans Aim High

By Diane Skouti | Contributed Many scholars and researchers agree that the original GI Bill (the Montgomery Bill), created after WWII to provide assistance to...

Community College celebrates Black History Month with guest speaker

Guest speaker Dr. Chike Akua, one of the most sought after speakers at schools and educational conferences around the country, gave a lecture at...

Preparing your fireplace or stove for the season

Fireplaces and wood-burning stoves not only can be beautiful focal points within a home, but they also provide an additional source of heat and...

CUSD students learn the Cowboy Way

Featured photo by Valerie Shelton - Students at Jefferson Elementary learn all about rodeo and the cowboy way of life.By Valerie Shelton, Editor Students at eight...

Clovis holds second annual Back to School Bash

By Tomas Kassahun | Reporter Thousands of children and their families came together on Saturday, Aug. 5 at Sierra Vista Mall in Clovis hoping to...

Clovis remains at the top compared to similar cities

By Valerie Shelton | Editor The residents of Clovis have spoken once again and Clovis can still proudly proclaim that it is one of the...

Ferguson Fire at 38 percent containment, Yosemite Valley and other sections of park remain...

Due to the increased Ferguson Fire activity in the areas around Yosemite National Park, administrators have made the decision to extend the current park...

Ag at Large – Next gold rush may be farming

Photo courtesy of Bob Berg/Getty Images. Marijuana farm in Goleta, California.   By Don Curlee   Unofficial of course but widespread is the belief that marijuana is already California’s...

Clovis High reunion welcomes alums from all classes

Photo by Ron Sundquist - Susan Frantzich drives her Corvair in the parade.Staff Report Hundreds of Clovis High School alumni showed their Cougar pride during...

Fresno archer Jeff Fabry to compete in Rio Paralympic Games

Contributed by Break the Barriers From the shining gold medals of the “Final Five” women’s gymnasts to the spectacular 23rd gold medal of Michael Phelps,...

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...

Saint Agnes Medical Center Grants $125,000 to Fresno State’s Nursing Mobile Unit

Fresno State News Saint Agnes Medical Center awarded $125,000 to expand the Fresno State School of Nursing’s Community Health Mobile Unit. Since its launch in...

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