Monday, October 23rd, 2017

By Carrie Helms, Clarendon Enterprise  Hall County Hospital will be closing its doors at midnight August 4, 2002, after struggling with declining income for years. The hospital, which has been in operation since 1964, declared Chapter 9 bankruptcy in October of 2001 but has been unable to regain control of its finances.  The facility was […]

By Carrie Helms, Clarendon Enterprise  As Texans gear up for the annual Tax Free Holiday school-shopping spree, local merchants are cutting prices and rolling out the red carpet for local buyers. Texas Comptroller Carole Keeton Rylander has announced that the annual Sales Tax Holiday is coming up August 2-4. “Start making your shopping list for […]

The title of the best small weekly newspaper in West Texas has gone to The Clarendon Enterprise, which won the Sweepstakes Award from the West Texas Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest. Winners of the WTPA contest were announced during the association’s 72nd annual convention in Ft. Davis Saturday. The Enterprise received two first place plaques, […]

Billy Aaron Curry of Clarendon was sentenced to 20 months in a state jail last Thursday, July 18, by District Judge David McCoy. Curry, age 20, breached a condition of his probation when he violated the rules and regulations of the North Central Texas Restitution Center in Wichita Falls where he was residing as a […]

Graveside services for Beverly Jo Wright, age 68, of Arlington, were held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, July 19, 2002, at Llano Cemetery in Amarillo under the direction of Thompson’s Harveson & Cole Funeral Home in Fort Worth. Mrs. Wright died Wednesday, July 17, 2002 in Arlington.  She was born September 7, 1933, in Borger. […]

Graveside services are being held for Lloyd Leon Molder, age 75, at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 25, 2002, in Citizens Cemetery with Rev. Bryan Knowles, Pastor of Community Fellowship Church in Clarendon, officiating.  Arrangements are under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc., in Clarendon. Mr. Molder died Monday, July 22, 2002, in Clarendon.  […]

A new coat of paint is applied to the letters on the old drive-in theater in Clarendon in preparation for a re-opening later this summer. Enterprise Digital Photo   Polish up the car, grab your sweetheart, and get ready for the return of an old tradition in Clarendon. If all goes as planned, the Sandell […]

A proposed Donley County Community Network (DCCN) received a green light and $250,000 in funding from the Texas Telecommunications Infrastructure Fund (TIF) last Monday. The award, which was $54,000 more than was applied for, will pay for computer equipment, networking, Web site designs, and training to tie several local groups together and give them a […]

The Clarendon Board of Aldermen enacted a new livestock ordinance during their regular meeting July 9 at City Hall. Ordinance 342 takes the place of Ordinance 340 and was the result of much debate among citizens and between the aldermen themselves. Much of last Tuesday’s meeting was a verbal sparing match between Aldermen Michael Tibbets […]

Although little activity can be seen on the outside, the restoration of the 1890 Donley County Courthouse is making great gains on the interior of the building. The courthouse is running on its new electrical supply, and the air conditioning should be operational by August 1, according to Phoenix 1 project manager Stephen Dodge, who […]