Thursday, November 26th, 2015

The Christmas season will start in a big way in Clarendon this weekend with merchant sales, the lighting of the Courthouse, and the third annual Chili Challenge. Local merchants are ready to help you find something for everyone on your Christmas list with their Black Friday and Small Business Saturday specials on November 27 and […]

$1.2 million job will replace aging equipment and conserve energy Clarendon College Regents last week approved a $1.2 million project to heat and cool the Bulldog Gym and upgrade other equipment around campus to result in a net energy savings. During their regular meeting November 19, regents listened to the final report on a proposal […]

A Hedley couple’s home suffered major damage last Wednesday, November 18, when a fire broke out in the master bedroom. Emergency personnel were dispatched at 8:55 a.m. to the home of Jerry and Pat Farris in the 400 block of Line Avenue. Hedley volunteer firemen knocked down the fire, and Clarendon firefighters also responded. Clarendon […]

The Clarendon Economic Development Corporation has purchased the former Clarendon Steakhouse building at the corner of US 287 and Kearney Street. CEDC Executive Director Jack King said the deal was closed last week for a final price just over $30,000. “It is not our intent to keep the building but rather to attract a business […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Lady Broncos played hard against the Highland Park Lady Hornets but struggled to get anything going in their 28-39 loss. Defense was the ladies’ strong point in the game, but they could not find their rhythm on the opposite end of the court. Hannah Howard and Briley Chadwick led the ladies […]

By Sandy Anderberg Five Broncos finished in double figures in their season opener on the road at Highland Park last Friday night. Senior Junior Ceniceros led the Broncos on the scoreboard with 14 points, and Chance Lockhart and Bryce Grahn finished with 11 each. Colt Wood and Damarjae Cortez each finished with 10 points in […]

Several new jobs are now available related to the construction of Donley County’s first wind farm, and those seeking such employment are encouraged to apply this week. Blattner Energy will hold a job fair this Thursday, November 19, in Pampa for general laborers as well as heavy equipment operators interested in working on the 112-turbine […]

Beer and wine sales are on the horizon for Grumpy’s Pizza in Clarendon after City Hall discovered last week that the restaurant actually is in compliance with the local alcohol ordinance. For more than a year, the city has held that Grumpy’s is too close to the Agapé Christian Church to be able to sell […]

This began when Mr. Jack Moreman and County Judge Dr. John Howard asked me if I would be at the Veterans Day service at the College. When I told them I would be in Washington, DC, Dr. Howard commented, “they do a pretty good program there.” If you have a “Bucket List” – a list […]

The Donley County Retired School Personnel Assocation will meet Monday, November 23, at 6 p.m. in the Church of Christ Family Life Center. All retirees who are not yet members of the assocation are welcome and encouraged to attend. The program will be presented by Treasure Brasher, District XVI Chairman for Member Benefits, who will […]