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  • Harry Armstrong talks about retiring

    "This is really a bittersweet time for me," Harry Armstrong says as he retires after 50 years serving the city of Clovis, including the last 46 years on the City Council.

"This is really a bittersweet time for me," Harry Armstrong says as he retires after 50 years serving the city of Clovis, including the last 46 years on the City Council. Marc Benjamin mbenjamin@fresnobee.com
"This is really a bittersweet time for me," Harry Armstrong says as he retires after 50 years serving the city of Clovis, including the last 46 years on the City Council. Marc Benjamin mbenjamin@fresnobee.com
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Reception for longtime Clovis City Councilman Armstrong is Monday

October 15, 2016 6:40 PM

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