Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

Herman Bryant Barnes, Sr., age 85, died Sunday, June 23, 2002, in Clarendon.  Services will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 27, 2002, at the First Christian Church in Clarendon with Leonard Hold, Pastor, officiating.  Burial will be held in Citizens Cemetery under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc., of Clarendon. Mr. […]

Clarendon College is the recipient of one of the largest donations in the school’s history, according to an announcement at last Thursday’s Board of Regents meeting. A total of $584,000 has been left to CC from the estate of Letitia Sawyer Matlock in memory of her parents. Matlock was born in 1904 to Robert and […]

The 2002 Farm Bill made new provisions and added additional funding to the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP).  Farmers and ranchers have the opportunity to apply for additional 2002 funds totaling approximately $24 million for needed conservation practices. EQIP is designed to promote agricultural production and environmental quality through technical assistance, cost-share payments, and incentive […]

Grace Mae Leathers passed away Friday at the age of 100 following a brief hospitalization in Clarendon, Texas. She was born on September 6, 1901, in Clarksville, Tennessee to Zachariah  and Mary Batson, and rode to Donley County in a covered wagon as an infant with her family, arriving in mid-1902. She lived within ten […]

By Carrie Helms, Clarendon Enterprise  It only took three hours to make a difference. Local BWXT Pantex employees Marvin Thompson and Wayne Hardin coordinated a project to give the Clarendon ISD bus barn and Ag building a fresh coat of paint and do a service for the community. For the second year, Pantex employees all […]

Plans are set for Clarendon’s 124th annual Saints’ Roost Celebration to be held Thursday, July 4. This year’s celebration features all the old favorite activities, including the Shriners Barbecue, the Depression Lunch, Henson’s Turtle Race, and the Arts & Crafts Fair. A few changes have occurred in this year’s celebration, but there will still be […]

Plans for a shooting range at Clarendon Municipal Airport are on hold following last Tuesday’s Board of Aldermen meeting. The shooting range was approved at the May 28 meeting, but Alderman Janice Knorpp and City Secretary Linda Smith voiced liability concerns last week when Mark C. White sought the city’s approval for a safety regulation […]

The State Hwy. 70 bridge over the Salt Fork of the Red River is now open for traffic after severe damage necessitated emergency repairs to the bridge last week. Donley County TxDOT Maintenance Supervisor Steve Smith ordered the bridge partially closed at 3:30 p.m. last Tuesday after he discovered one section of the northbound lane […]

With passage of the 2002 Farm Bill, farmers and ranchers now have an opportunity to install needed conservation practices on their property with assistance from the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). EQIP was reauthorized when President George W. Bush signed the bill into law on May 13, 2002.  EQIP is part of the Conservation Provisions […]

Clarendon Masonic Lodge #700 A.F.&A.M. will present several awards to longtime Masons this Sunday, June 23, at 3 p.m. Most Worshipful Farris L. Benham, Past Grand Master of Masons in Texas, will present 50-year awards to Charles Samuel Lowry, Turner M. Caldwell, Jr., and Jimmy Lee Butler. Forty-year awards will also be presented to Roy […]