Saturday, June 25th, 2016

Clarendon College’s Wyatt Casper won the 2016 National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association saddle bronc riding title this weekend at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo. Wyatt turned in a score of 73.5 during the final round Saturday night and had a four-ride total of 290 points. In addition to saddle bronc riding, Wyatt competed […]

Clarendon College received word last week that it has been fully reaccredited by the Southern Association of Colleges & Schools (SACS) Commission on Colleges. The official decision of the SACS board came last Thursday and was announced at the regular meeting of the CC Board of Regents, bringing a close to the lengthy decennial accreditation […]

More activities have been added to the lineup for Clarendon’s 139th annual Saints’ Roost Celebration on July 1, 2, and 4. Activities recently updated on the schedule include a washer pitching tournament, a flag retirement ceremony, and the Depression Luncheon. Most of this year’s activities will be happening on Saturday, July 2, as organizers hope […]

The Clarendon Enterprise received two first place plaques last Saturday during the Texas Press Association’s Summer Convention in Montgomery. The Enterprise competed in Division 9 this year and received two third place awards in addition to the plaques. The paper placed first in Feature Photos by Roger Estlack, Morgan Wheatly, and Matthew Martinez. The winning […]

A new face is greeting drivers who push the boundaries of the speed limit in Donley County. Deputy Miranda Betts joined the Donley County Sheriff’s Department as its new traffic officer effective June 1, continuing a lifelong passion she has had. “Being in law enforcement is something I was always interested in from a young […]

Clarendon’s monthly sales tax revenue plummeted when Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar distributed June allocations last week. The city’s collection fell 12.04 percent to $30,692.02 compared to $34,897.06 for the same period one year ago. The June figure brings Clarendon’s calendar year-to-date figure to $188,702.75, a drop of 2.78 percent. June’s allocation was disappointing, especially after […]

A proposal to preserve historic county records was among the several agenda items considered by Donley County Commissioners at their regular meeting Monday, June 13. County Clerk Fay Vargas presented a proposal from Data Preservation Solutions to conserve one county survey records book dating back to 1873. The proposal would have cost approximately $2,000 and […]

Hometown boys receive all state honors! Caleb Cobb and Kade Hunsaker both received all state honors from the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association last week. First Team Third Base was awarded to Caleb Cobb, and 2nd Team Pitcher was awarded to Kade Hunsaker. Hunsaker will be returning to CHS as a junior, while Cobb […]

Clarendon High School athlete Seth Greer has been selected as an offensive lineman to attend the Blue-Grey National Super Combine at AT&T Stadium in Dallas next week, June 25 and 26. Greer, who will be a senior in the fall, had a really good year with the Broncos, according to Clarendon Athletic Director Gary Jack. […]

Two Clarendon Bulldogs have been drafted to play in Major League Baseball. Clarendon College outfielder Hosea Nelson has been drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the the ninth round, 272nd overall. Nelson just completed his second season with the Bulldogs. Also, former Bulldog Michael Cruz of Puerto Rico, was selected by the Chicago Cubs in […]