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Clovis City Council honors Dwight Kroll

Clovis city planning director Dwight Kroll was recognized at the Clovis City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 8. The city honored Kroll for receiving...

Big Lots moving on up

Big Lots is in the process of relocating its Clovis store to a larger space across from Sierra Vista Mall. The current store at Shaw...

Clovis company honored as Ag Business of the Year

The Fresno Chamber of Commerce and Baker Peterson Franklin announced the winners of the 2018 Agriculturalist of the Year and the Ag Business of...

Clovis pups parade at dog park grand opening

Dogs of all breeds and sizes gathered Saturday at Sierra Bicentennial Park for the grand opening of the first ever dog park in Clovis. From...

REV’S closes Old Town restaurant, Oakhurst location remains open

REV’s, the high-end but casual Old Town restaurant, is now closed. The restaurant served California cuisine made from local ingredients in a narrow space with...

Clovis karate kid wins gold at Junior Pan American Championships

Shawn Wong, an eighth grader at Granite Ridge Intermediate, earned a gold medal while representing his country at the 2018 Junior Pan American Championships...

Clovis Auto Shop putting the brakes on breast cancer

Clovis Auto Shop, located on Clovis Avenue just north of Old Town, is participating in the national “Brakes for Breasts” movement to fund breast...

Cavelle Kids closes Old Town store, but looks to resume business online

Cavelle Kids, a children’s clothing store located on the north end of Old Town Clovis, recently closed its doors. Owner Jessica Elrod Elrod said...

H.O.P.E. members overcome personal challenges to cross finish line

Break the Barriers hosted the third annual Herd of Turtles 5K event at Railroad Park Saturday morning for members of its Helping Open Possibilities...

Women in Business: Cora Shipley, Old Town Clovis Business Owner

October is National Women's Small Business Month. All month long we will be featuring local female business leaders to celebrate their success and contributions...

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....

CUSD gives latest updates of district events

Clovis Unified School District held its board meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 26 and updated the public about the latest happenings. CUSD Superintendent Eimear O'Farrell gave...

Sierra Vista Mall holds 13th Annual Asian Resource Fair

Sponsored by radio broadcasting station KBIF 900 AM, the 13th annual Asian Resource and Job Fair was held at the Sierra Vista Mall on...

Pistachio Party celebrates all things pistachio

  Friday marked the eighth annual Pistachio Party, a nutty event that concludes the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market season. Carole Lester, Executive Director of the...

City welcomes feedback for development of dog park

The City of Clovis is keeping residents in mind as it establishes a vision for its Dog Park Master Plan. “As part of the process...

Roll Me Some moves to Old Town’s SoFi District

Roll Me Some has a new place to call home. The Old Town-based rolled ice cream shop left 356 Tavern on Fourth and Pollasky for...

Clovis City Council honors chef who started from the bottom

Ricardo Vasquez had nothing but a smile when he moved from Georgia back to his hometown of Fresno. Vasquez was unemployed and barely surviving,...

Community mourns loss of beloved Clovis educator

As a young boy, Clovis resident Izaak Shipp went to camp and found a camp counselor that would change his life forever. The kids...

8th annual Clovis Night Out strengthens relationship between residents, local agencies

The Clovis Police Department hosted Clovis Night Out, its annual community event, for the eighth time at Sierra Meadows Park on Saturday, Sept. 22. During...

Clovis’ Shaw Avenue entrance gets landscaping improvements

The city's Shaw Avenue entrance just east of Highway 168 recently underwent a phase of landscaping improvements. Made on the street’s median divider, the renovations...

POW/MIA remembrance ceremony hits home for local veterans

Veterans, their families and members of the community filled the Clovis Veterans Memorial District on Saturday to honor prisoners of war and remember those...

Valley leaders kick off Proposition 3 campaign

Congressional, state and local leaders gathered at Friant Kern Canal near Millerton Lake Thursday to kick off a campaign in favor of Proposition 3,...

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...

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