Friday, April 28th, 2017

Clarendon High School has announced that its top students for the Class of 2017 are valedictorian Hannah Howard and salutatorian Cire Jauregui. Both girls will be honored during commencement ceremonies May 26 at the Clarendon College Harned Sisters Fine Arts Center at 8 p.m. Howard is the daughter of Bruce and Gwynne Howard.  She has […]

A representative of Clarendon’s nursing home is seeking to reassure citizens this week amidst swirling gossip about the facility. The 61-bed Clarendon Care Center re-opened after it was purchased by Meridian Health Care about nine months ago, according to Corporate Admissions Coordinator Micha Robnett, who said he wants to set the record straight about what […]

The Clarendon Enterprise received ten awards and a former local publisher was honored during the 107th annual Panhandle Press Association Convention in Amarillo last Saturday, April 22. During the annual PPA Better Newspaper Contest, the Enterprise received two first place plaques in the categories of Best Front Page Layout and Best Special Section for its […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon Broncos downed two more teams last week to clench another District Baseball Championship. The Broncos remain unbeaten in their 2017 season and are posed to go deep in the playoffs. They easily defeated Memphis on Tuesday at 19-1 and blasted Nazareth 12-1 at home on Friday. Chance Lockhart was on […]

By Sandy Anderberg Clarendon High School has only had their softball program for 17 years, but the Lady Broncos 17-0 in playoff appearances. From its beginning, Lady Bronco softball has been solid in post-season play. Coach Gary Jack has been at the helm for 13 years and feels his team has a chance of going […]

Linnie Salmon Crosnoe, 51, passed away peacefully Monday, April 10, 2017, at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas. She was born June 12, 1965, in Perryton, to Nolan and Sue Keever Salmon. She was a 1983 graduate of Clarendon High School and graduated from Clarendon College in 1985. After college, Linnie embarked on a successful 31-year-career […]

Future business development has the Clarendon City Council rethinking rules regulating the sale of alcohol in the city. City Administrator David Dockery brought the issue to the council during its regular meeting last Thursday, April 13. “We have locations that have great potential for development but are restricted by their distance to a school or […]

Courthouse windows in need of repair was one of the topics addressed by Donley County Commissioners when they met in regular session Monday, April 17. County Judge John Howard says several wooden courthouse window sashes are in need of repair, and commissioners reviewed a proposal from Restorhaus of Lubbock to remove and rebuild the five […]

Local candidates for office were given an opportunity to speak when Donley Active Voices hosted a Kids’ Press Conference on Monday, April 3, at the Burton Memorial Library. Several local kids were present and heard from Clarendon school trustee Weldon Sears, Mayor Sandy Skelton, Alderman Nathan Floyd, and city alderman candidates Jacob Fangman and Britton […]

CHILDRESS – The Texas Department of Transportation began a project on Tuesday, April 18, to increase the life of its existing pavement structures in the Childress District. More than 151 miles of state roadways in the district will see $3.8 million worth of preventive maintenance seal coat work. In addition to US 287 through Donley […]