Sunday, November 19th, 2017

Help is available for residents trying to figure out how to secure health insurance for their families thanks to Panhandle Community Services (PCS) in Clarendon. “We have a local enrollment office staffed by trained healthcare.gov navigators,” said PCS Assistant Director for Health Services Kaitlin Mosley. “Our enrollment specialists provide free, in person assistance to individuals […]

For the second time, a Howardwick candidates’ forum turned into a one-person show last Tuesday, October 24, when a question and answer session was planned for citizens running for alderman. Jada Murray was the lone candidate to appear at the forum. Doc Holladay did not attend, and calls by the Enterprise to Holladay’s cell phone […]

The Clarendon City Council took action on several bid notices last week that sets the stage for upcoming community improvement efforts. Two bids were accepted from J&K Dirtwork. The first was for construction of a monofill, a dedicated landfill for disposing city-owned demolition debris, at a cost of $9518.11. The monofill will be dug and […]

Donley County voters are set to consider seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution and Howardwick citizens determine who will fill two city offices when the 2017 general election is held next Tuesday, November 7, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The proposed amendments are discussed in an article on page eight this week. Mayor […]

A Duncanville woman lost her life Wednesday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident on US 287 at Ashtola. Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Sgt. Cindy Barkley reported that the accident happened at approximately 2:10 p.m. when Samuel Williams, 53, of Lenoir City, Tenn., was driving a 2017 Freightliner truck tractor/semi-trailer west on US-287 approximately 11 […]

Howardwick Mayor Pro-tem Eric Riddle had the stage all to himself last Tuesday, October 17, as a small crowd gathered at City Hall for a question and answer forum. Riddle is running for mayor in a special election next month and is being challenged by fellow Howardwick resident Greta Byars, who told the Enterprise she […]

The Sandell Drive-In will be getting some national attention next weekend when Amazon Prime Video sponsors a double feature at the theatre as part of its Grand Tour Drive-In Takeover on Saturday, November 4. As part of the promotion, local and area folks will get to enjoy free admission and free food as well as […]

The ninth annual Clarendon Arts Festival will be held this Saturday and Sunday, October 28 and 29, at the Donley County Activity Center one mile north of the city on State Hwy. 70. Organizers have been working all week setting up displays and taking entries for the festival, which will also feature Junior Art exhibits […]

Clarendon High School runners Gavin Word and Kenny Overstreet are headed to the state level after finishing eighth and eleventh at the Region I 2A Cross Country Meet in Lubbock at Monday. The junior and sophomore will make the trip to Round Rock to run in the State CC Meet on Sat., Nov. 5. Word’s […]

Two hundred forty-six yards of rushing elevated the Bronco offense Friday night at home and allowed them to keep their winning streak alive at 6-0. The 36-7 win over Lockney in Bronco Stadium was a great way to open their district season. The Broncos’ running game has been stellar this season with several different Broncos […]