Thursday, April 24th, 2014

The Clarendon Lions Club received high honors Saturday when fellow Lions from all over the Texas Panhandle congregated here for the District 2-T1 Convention. District Governor Ryan Hodge presented the Lions Legacy award to the Clarendon club for its dedication to Lionism, community service, and help given to put on this year’s convention. DG Hodge […]

Clarendon College will soon be offering a Registered Nurse program after receiving the green light from state officials last week. CC officials made that announcement during the April 14 Board of Regents meeting and said approval is pending a site visit, which has been scheduled for May 2. With final approval, Clarendon will offer an […]

 A wind energy company will pay Clarendon College more than $800,000 in direct payments and other contributions in lieu of property taxes. CC Regents approved the deal with Cielo Land & Cattle, doing business as Salt Fork Wind, during their regular meeting Thursday, April 17. The proposed wind farm will be located along Interstate 40 […]

The District Court heard four pleas when it met in Clarendon on April 14. District Attorney Luke Inman prosecuted the cases for the State of Texas with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding. Jimmy Deforest Boyd was convicted and sentenced to 16 months in the State Jail Division of TDCJ for the state jail felony […]

Mulkey Block Party: Did you know that if you go to the Block Party on Saturday the 24th of May, 2014, and if you take your kids there with you, you can take them in the Mulkey and you can bring a pillow or a blanket or a bean bag or a sleeping bag and, […]

I recently read a book that has really distilled some ideas that I have about knowledge and the application of that knowledge in order to make my life, and the lives of those whom I love, better. The content of the book was so compelling that I feel obligated to share it with my readers […]

Clarendon College President Robert Riza has been recognized as an outstanding alumnus by Texas A&M University-Commerce recently. Dr. Riza was one of 21 A&M-Commerce graduates welcomed back as Alumni Ambassadors on February 27 by the university. Each academic department selected an alumnus/alumna to represent its division as an Ambassador at the Alumni Forum. The official […]

Donley County 4H had three horse judging teams participate in the District I Horse Judging Contest at West Texas A&M University on April 11. The Senior Team was second in all categories and overall and will advance to State Contest. Senior Team members were Emilie Thompson, Alysse Simpson, Kelsey McAnear, and Brandalyn Ellis. Individual results […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Broncos and Lady Broncos made a great showing in the Area track meet in Panhandle last week with the top four in each event advancing to the Regional Meet that will be held in Levelland April 25-26. Sarah Luttrell and Abby Johnson represented the Lady Broncos in a great way at […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Broncos suffered a heartbreaking loss to Gruver last week by just one run at 5-6. According to head coach Brad Elam, the Broncos did not play up to speed against the Greyhounds. “We didn’t play very well in this game, but we gave ourselves chances to win,” Elam said. “Caleb Cobb […]