Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Clarendon College came out even when the Texas Legislature approved the state budget early this week. CC President Myles Shelton said the budget contains $1.7 billion for community colleges with no new money for the local college. “We got the same money as we did the last two years,” he said. Early in the legislative […]

The second annual “Trash To Treasures” garage sale event is slated for Saturday, June 16; and the deadline to sign up is next week. The Clarendon Enterprise and A Fine Feathered Nest, Inc., have again teamed up to sponsor “Trash To Treasures” to coincide with Father’s Day weekend. “This event exceeded our expectations last year, […]

Clarendon College President Myles Shelton has been offered the job of leading a larger community college. Galveston College officials offered Shelton the top position at that school following a board meeting there last Wednesday. “I feel very honored that Galveston College thinks enough of me to offer me this responsibility, and we’re in the process […]

Clarendon city officials are looking for ways to address discolored water that is continuing to be a problem for some residents in the south and east parts of the city. Rhonda Howell addressed the Board of Aldermen during last Tuesday’s regular meeting and said she has had rusty colored water for two years. Flushing the […]

Hedley High School is proud to announce Ruth Howard and Jaci Copelin as the top two graduating students of the 2007 Senior Class. The Valedictorian is Ruth Howard with a 3.83 grade point average.  She is the daughter of Bruce and Gwynne Howard. Ruth has been actively involved in Cross Country, Basketball, UIL, Tennis, OAP, […]

Clarendon residents are having mixed reactions to new handicap ramps being installed along Koogle Street as part of an ADA project by the Texas Department of Transportation. “So far this week the contractors have completed 9th, 8th and 7th streets on Koogle,” said Fu Benavidez, TxDOT Donley County Maintenance Supervisor.  Jayne Starnes, who lives at […]

The Donley County Hospital Board is taking bids to replace the roof of the Medical Center Nursing Home following their regular meeting last Tuesday. The project is expected to cost more than $90,000, and Administrator Vicky Robertson said Monday that the district can pay for the project with money on hand, but they hope insurance […]

Services for Margaret Ann Pepin, age 55, were held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, May 14, 2007, in the First Methodist Church in Claude with Rev. Janet Edwards, Pastor, and Mel Brunson, Elder at Amarillo South, officiating. Services were under the arrangement of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc. of Clarendon Mrs. Pepin died Friday, May 11, […]

Services for Gwen Hill were held Tuesday, May 15, 2007, at 10:30 a.m. in the First Baptist Church in Clarendon with Keith Martin and Kerry Wood, officiating. Burial was in Citizens Cemetery.  Arrangements were by Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon. Mrs. Hill, 81, died Friday, May 11, 2007, in Amarillo. Mrs. Hill was born September […]

Richard Lynn Thompson, 44, left this earth to find eternal peace on Tuesday, May 8, 2007. The joyful arms of his grandfathers, Day Thompson, W.H. Browning, along with his step-daughter, Kristine Sherwood, awaited his arrival in the everlasting Kingdom. Those who remain on this earth who are mourning his passing and celebrating his life are […]