Friday, April 29th, 2016

By Sandy Anderberg Clarendon runner Bryce Grahn is headed to the Regional Meet in Odessa on Saturday, April 30 where he will compete in both the 1600m and 3200m races. Grahn finished second in both of the events at the Area Meet in Wellington last week. He finished the 1600m run at 4:37.86, which was […]

New traffic signals on US 287 will mean improved safety for both motorists and pedestrians, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. The new signals will feature pedestrian buttons and crosswalk lights at the intersections of US 287 with Kearney Street and Koogle Street in Clarendon, and Flashing Yellow Arrows (FYA) signals will also be […]

Live music, dancing, and lots of fun activities will have downtown Clarendon energized when the fourth annual Mulkey Block Party opens on Kearney Street on Saturday, May 28. The Memorial Day weekend tradition that is looked forward to by young and old alike has never failed to provide entertainment for all ages while celebrating Clarendon’s […]

Clarendon College Regents ratified contracts for 21 nine-month faculty positions during their regular meeting last Thursday, April 21. Those receiving contracts for the 2016-2017 academic year were Melvin Balogh, Volleyball Coach / Instructor; Dr. Edward Caraway, Biology ; Charla Crump, Speech; Stacy Dennis, Psychology ; Russell Estlack, Biology; Scarlet Estlack, Biology; Bret Franks, Ranch Horse […]

The sign-up period for Clarendon’s 11th annual “Trash To Treasures” garage sale event is underway, this year’s sale is slated for Saturday, June 4. A large participation is again anticipated as calls have already been received about the event. Garage sales in Hedley, Howardwick, and the surrounding area are also welcome to sign up for […]

It’s back to the state academic meet again this year for Clarendon High School senior Caleb Cobb, and this time he’s bringing some folks along with him. Cobb, last year’s regional champion in Current Issues and Events, narrowly missed winning a second straight individual title, placing 2nd at this year’s meet. But he led his […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Lady Broncos are headed to the playoffs this week, facing Abernathy at Amarillo High Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Game two, and game three if needed, will follow on Saturday in Plainview. Last Tuesday, the Lady Broncos destroyed the Claude Lady Mustangs 35-1 in three innings. The Lady Broncos dominated in every […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon Bronco baseball team has been playing hard all year and was recognized last week as eighth in the top ten teams in the state in the Texas High School Baseball Association Poll. The Broncos racked up two big wins last week. They shut out Kress last Tuesday 12-0, and the […]

The public is invited to a tour of the newly renovated meetinghouse for the church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 1304 7th St NW in Childress. The branch president of the congregation, Christopher Tipa, has announced an open house on Saturday, April 23, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. A congregation that […]

A Donley County pioneer was honored by the Panhandle Press Association during its 106th annual convention at the Bairfield Activity Center last Friday, April 15. Edward E. Carhart was inducted into the PPA Hall of Fame for his contributions to the development of the newspaper industry in the Panhandle during his time as publisher of […]