Thursday, September 29th, 2016

It was déjà vu all over again when the C Bar C Ranch won the 22nd annual Col. Charles Goodnight Chuckwagon Cookoff last Saturday, September 24. The wagon team members from Hartley bested 13 other teams to claim their third consecutive championship from the Saints’ Roost Museum, placing in four out of five cooking categories […]

The Clarendon City Council authorized high garbage rates during their regular meeting last Thursday, September 22. The two percent increase is expected to bring in $7,190 in added revenue for the city. City Hall said officials were able to avoid a previously predicted larger rate increase by moving one employee from sanitation to public works. […]

The first presidential debate of 2016 is now history, and it appears almost certain that the United States is in heap big trouble. Unless, of course, people wake up and take this country back. Businessman Donald Trump is a bombastic firebrand with a questionable grasp on the issues and apparently no concrete plans for much […]

A Donley County case was among the pleas heard by the District Court when it met in Childress last Monday, September 19. District Attorney Luke Inman prosecuted the cases for the State of Texas, with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding. Lucinda Jean Hearn, 35, from Clarendon, pleaded true to allegations listed in the State’s […]

By Sandy Anderberg With their district season looming, the Clarendon Broncos are riding high on the positive momentum they have established in their pre-district schedule. Making a solid statement in their first six games, the Broncos are in control of their game and district season. According to head coach Gary Jack, no team has gotten […]

David Eugene Moreman died on the evening of Monday, September 12, 2016. He passed away at Warren Memorial Hospital with his wife, daughter, and son-in-law by his side. Born and raised in Hedley, David was the son of Ray and Oleta (Mann) Moreman on May 22, 1943. David received his B.S., M.S., and D.V.M. from […]

Jerry Don Blair, 70, went to the Lord on in September 17, 2016. Graveside services were held on September 21, 2016. Jerry is survived by his adopted son, Daniel MacKay, his special friend, Kim MacKay, and her Aunt Marie Jackson, all of whom he loved dearly. Daniel was the light of his life since the […]

The Old West will come to life this weekend at the Saints’ Roost Museum during the 22nd annual Col. Charles Goodnight Chuckwagon Cookoff this Saturday, September 26. Fourteen wagons are scheduled to compete for top prizes, and other activities include an art exhibit entitled, “The Life and Times of Texas Icon Charles Goodnight” by Lee […]

The Clarendon College Board of Regents learned about a new mobile lab that will enhance workforce education opportunities in the CC service area during their regular meeting on September 15. Regents approved the curriculums for the mobile lab, which will include instructional capabilities for coursework in Certified Nurse Aide, welding, and Commercial Drivers License. More […]

One of Clarendon’s newest businesses is the recipient of the latest façade grant from the Clarendon Economic Development Corporation. The Buckin’ Bean, located at US 287 and Parks Street, received a check for $542.50 to help with the cost of signage for the new establishment. Owners Chris and Monica Childers erected a new building next […]