Monday, July 28th, 2014

Helen F. (Collins) Rogers passed away at age 84, June 16, 2014 in Hendrick Hospital in Ovalo.  Helen will be laid to rest at McBee Cemetery in Ovalo, alongside her husband Friday, June 20, 2014.  A funeral service will be held on Friday June 20, 2014 at 10:00 am at First Baptist Church, 709 Kent […]

Members of the Clarendon College meats team are world champions in meat judging after competing in Australia last week. Scotta Faulkenberry of Stephenville, Texas, and Cody Shannon of Royse City, Texas, along with two students from Garden City Community College in Kansas, placed first over 13 other international teams from Australian universities, the United States, […]

The Clarendon Enterprise has been recognized on both the national and regional levels this month for its work on open government issues, column writing, and editorials. The local newspaper was recently notified that it has received a third place award and two honorable mentions from the National Newspaper Association, awards that will be presented during […]

 A Howardwick man connected with the April burglary of the Sandell Drive-In was one of six people sentenced when the district court met in Clarendon last Wednesday, July 16. Jeffery Lynn Wyrick was convicted for the state jail felony offense of burglary of a building and was sentenced to 21 months in the State Jail […]

Clarendon College students in three workforce programs will have more paths to choose from following action taken by the Board of Regents last Thursday, July 17. CC currently offers certifications in HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning), vocational nursing, and welding. But the administration proposed and regents approved offering Associate of Applied Science degrees in those […]

Without a doubt, we have a serious mess along our unsecured border with Mexico. Additionally, our state and national politicians are making an even bigger mess as they struggle to forge some sort of permanent solution to the mess on our southern border. Growing divisions on Capitol Hill are getting in the way of an […]

By Sandy Anderberg Athletic Director and head football coach Gary Jack has announced Friday, August 1, as the day football equipment will be handed out to those interested in playing football for the 2014-2015 school year. Two-a-days will begin on Monday, August 4, at 7:30 a.m. All football athletes need to be on time, clean […]

David Dyer Hardin, 65, died Friday July 18, 2014, in Amarillo. Memorial services were held Monday, in Crush Wine Bar, 701 S. Polk, with Joan Gaines, Chaplain of BSA, officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd. David was born May 30, 1949, in Amarillo to W.K. and Maxine Hardin. He was […]

Criminal charges are pending after one of the victims of a June 26 car wreck died last week. Longtime Clarendon businessman and former county commissioner C.W. “Dude” Cornell died July 7 while being treated in an Amarillo hospital for injuries he sustained 11 days earlier. Cornell, age 86, had been eastbound on US 287 in […]

 The absence of the pipeline crew that boosted local sales last year continues to be reflected in sales tax revenues for the City of Clarendon. Texas Comptroller Susan Combs delivered her monthly allocations last week, and the July figure for the city dropped 19.87 percent from $37,876.11 down to $30,347.33, and dropping the city’s year-to-date […]