Saturday, February 13th, 2016

For five years the Bread of Life ministry has been feeding people’s bodies as well as their souls thanks to the faithful service of several volunteers, but the growing ministry also has a growing need for support. Operation of Clarendon’s food pantry moved to the First United Methodist Church in 2011 and began by serving […]

Clarendon Chamber of Commerce officials reported Tuesday that tickets were selling briskly for this week’s Awards Banquet, and a large crowd is expected in the Bairfield Activity Center Thursday evening. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be sold at the door for the event, which features a reception and silent auction at […]

Many primary voters will find themselves in a pickle when they start voting next week. Texas finds itself in the unusual position of actually mattering in a primary contest for the first time in several election cycles. But the choice of candidates is, well, pathetic at best. For Democrats, it comes down to two choices… […]

With just over a week to go in the sign-up period for the spring elections, local candidates have begun filing for local offices. Filing runs through Friday, February 19. Elections are scheduled to be held Saturday, May 7, 2016. The cities of Clarendon, Hedley, and Howardwick; the Clarendon and Hedley school districts; the Clarendon College […]

Donley County continued negotiations this week on a tax abatement for the proposed Salt Fork II wind farm. Cielo Wind Power representative Steve Brewster met with county commissioners during their regular meeting Monday, February 8, as both parties worked to finalize the deal. County Judge John Howard told the Enterprise that the agreement is now […]

The Clarendon College Livestock Judging Team had a strong showing at the Ft. Worth Stock Show. The team was awarded High Team Overall in the Sheep & Goats division & 5th High Team in Swine. Individually, Clarendon had a strong performance by Brayden Hawkins who was 8th High Individual Overall, and tied for 2nd high […]

By Sandy Anderberg Wanting to even the score after a previous loss, the Clarendon Broncos meant business when the Memphis Cyclones came to their gym last Tuesday night. They had a game plan and were able to pull off a big win at 56-42 as their District season nears its end. The Broncos played solid […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Lady Broncos had already defeated Shamrock in the first round of district and was looking to make it 2-0 against the Lady Irish last Friday night. After a hard-fought game, the Lady Broncos’ Brianna Butler put in a nice layup with just ticks on the clock for the 41-40 win. Shamrock’s […]

Behind every book is a hardworking author, but rarely do readers have the opportunity to meet the people behind the pages. Booklovers will have the opportunity to meet five such writers on Sunday afternoon during a “Meet the Authors” event at Clarendon College. Clarendon locals Bethany Claire and Lisa Bilbrey will be joined by fellow […]

More than 140 people attended when the City of Clarendon hosted the Region 2 Texas Municipal League meeting in Amarillo last Thursday evening, January 28, at the Civic Center Grand Plaza. Several cities from the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle were represented by mayors, city council members, and other city employees, and staff […]