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    Life changing dedication

    Four days a week, 96-year-old Roy Schapansky gets on his scooter, rides it onto the Clovis Transit Round Up and makes his way to Clovis Community Hospital. There he can be found at the Outpatient Center, offering directions to people and transporting samples to the lab. The Clovis Guild honored ...


    Woman sues Clovis Unified over confrontation with school district police officer

    Mary Poole says she was assaulted by a Clovis Unified police officer after trying to deliver cookies to her granddaughters at Kastner Intermediate School. Clovis officials say they are open to a federal court’s scrutiny of the officer’s actions.


    Gas leak at Sierra Vista Mall safely contained

    Firefighters and utility workers defused a dangerous situation Tuesday after a man slammed into a gas line at Sierra Vista Mall in Clovis.


    Clovis Rodeo Parade draws hundreds of people despite rain

    A little rain didn’t keep hundreds from lining the streets of downtown Clovis on Saturday morning to watch the annual Clovis Rodeo Parade.


    2015 Clovis Rodeo schedule

    6:30 p.m. – PBR Bull Riding Touring Pro-Division.


    Clawson to become a centenarian

    Clovis resident Glen Clawson is celebrating a centennial occasion Thursday, April 23 - his very own 100th birthday.


    Clovis cycling

    Whether as a mode of transportation, a leisurely activity or a form of competition, the number of cyclists across the country is rising and that trend is just as apparent in Clovis. With paved running and cycling trails and bike lanes, there are plenty of opportunities to ride. For the more adventurous...


    Just another day at the office

    There are professional cowboys, and there are Professional Cowboys. The latter are the shining stars of the upcoming Clovis Rodeo. They travel the country and make their living in an arena, front of a cheering crowd.


    Poolside dreams come true

    It all began as a little friendly competition with her big sister, Ali - 13 years later, Caitlin Haskell, 25, took that competitive spirit and molded it into a career. After a rewarding high school and college career as a water polo player, Haskell was named Assistant Women’s Water Polo Coach...


    Call, Hefley and Kennedy named 2015 Clovis Rodeo Grand Marshals

    For more than 25 years, Jim Call, 79, Orville Hefley, 84, and Bob Kennedy, 82, have been working together at the Clovis Rodeo and helping run the west end of the rodeo - sorting cattle, running the chutes, and experiencing some very close calls with horses running out of the gates. To recognize ...

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