Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

News

Jones 5K draws 117 participants

Clarendon’s Gavin Word and Jennifer McIntosh were the top men’s and women’s finishers of the third annual Chance Mark Jones Roar ‘N Run 5K last Saturday, April 11, at Clarendon College. Gavin Word and Jennifer McIntosh (front) were the top finishers of the third annual Chance Mark Jones Roar ‘N Run 5K last Saturday at Clarendon College. Enterprise Photo / Roger Estlack The race sponsored... [Read more]


City Hall planning clean-up

A weeklong citywide clean-up has been scheduled for May 11-16, 2015, following last week’s city meeting. The city council endorsed a clean-up plan put together by City Administrator David Dockery and Aldermen Beverly Burrow and Doug Kidd. During the clean-up, city residents will be charged half the usual price of disposal fees at the convenience center on Front Street, and city workers will be available... [Read more]


District Court hears three pleas Monday

Three pleas took place when the District Court met in Clarendon Monday, April 13. District Attorney Luke Inman, assisted by Greg Buckley, prosecuted the cases for the State of Texas, with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding. Frank Wesley Carson was placed on probation for the second degree felony offense of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for a period of five years. Carson, 61-year-old... [Read more]


Donley County Health Fair to be held Thursday

More than 35 booths will be set up at the 2015 Donley County Health Fair this Thursday, April 16, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Bairfield Activity Center at Clarendon College. Northwest Health Care System will be paying for the processing of tests for cholesterol- LDL/HDL and triglycerides but you must provide your mailing address and must be fasting for accurate results. The paramedics of Donley... [Read more]


Ceniceros, Lockhart named District champs

By Sandy Anderberg Junior Ceniceros and Chance Lockhart were named the champions at the District tennis tournament in Wellington last week. The win gave the doubles CHS Bronco tennis champs. Courtesy photo / Brandt Lockhart team the opportunity to advance to the Regional Tournament April 20-21 in Odessa. The team were awarded a bye in the first round and won their second round match against Quanah’s... [Read more]


Five district track champs named at CHS

By Sandy Anderberg Five Broncos and Lady Broncos were named 2-2A District Champions in the District track meet held last week in Wellington. Those athletes placing in the top four of each event has earned their spot in the Area Track Meet to be held April 22 at West Texas High. Charles Mason captured the long jump championship with a leap of 21’2 ½” and Caleb Cobb was the 800-meter dash champion... [Read more]


Broncos slam Wellington early

By Sandy Anderberg The Wellington Skyrockets never saw it coming as they were demolished by the Broncos in Clarendon’s 17-7 win. The Broncos set a precedent in the first three innings of play scoring nine runs early in the contest. Offensively, the Broncos took charge. Caleb Cobb got things rolling with a two-run double and then stole home plate to go on top. Izzy Osburn and Zack Laroe each earned... [Read more]


HISD names Waldrop as lone finalist

Hedley ISD trustees named Colby Waldrop as their lone finalist in their search for a new school superintendent last Thursday, April 2, during a called board meeting. Interim Superintendent Bill Wood said the board was unanimous in its selection of Waldrop after considering four applications and interviewing two candidates. Under state law, HISD must now wait 21 days before formally hiring Waldrop.... [Read more]


Jones 5K to be run Saturday

Runners and walkers will gather on the Clarendon College campus this Saturday, April 11, to raise awareness about child abuse during the third annual Chance Mark Jones Roar ‘N Run 5K. As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 135 people had registered for the event, which is hosted each year by the Clarendon Lions Club and coincides with Child Abuse Prevention Month. Sign-ins start at 8 a.m. at the Bairfield... [Read more]