Monday, December 18th, 2017

Delbert Robertson was given the honor of this year’s Firefighter of the Year at the 117th Annual Panhandle Firemen’s and Fire Marshals’ Association Convention recently. Delbert is the owner of Robertson Funeral Directors in Clarendon. He is a certified firefighter through the State Firemen’s and Fire Marshals’ Association of Texas and has served as Clarendon’s […]

Residents of Donley County paid their respects to more than 700 veterans buried in Rowe and Citizens Cemeteries during Memorial Day ceremonies Monday morning. Hedley’s Adamson-Lane Post of the American Legion held the first service in the Rowe Cemetery, where 212 fighting men are buried. Dick Bode of Alanreed gave the keynote address and recounted […]

The third annual “Trash To Treasures” garage sale event is slated for Saturday, June 14; and the deadline to sign up is next week. The Clarendon Enterprise and A Fine Feathered Nest, Inc., originated the event to coincide with Father’s Day weekend. “This event exceeded our expectations the first two years, and we’re hoping it […]

COLLEGE STATION – Texas agricultural production for 2007 was a record $21.8 billion due to higher crop and livestock prices, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service report. Add another $20.8 billion worth of purchased items, such as tires, fuel and other agribusiness supplies used to produce a crop, and the total economic impact to […]

Wilma Jean Mangum, 67, died Saturday, March 15, 2008, in Amarillo. Services were held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 19, 2008, in the Cowboy Church and the Arena of Life in Amarillo with Ty Jones and Murray McKenzie, officiating. Burial followed at Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon. Services were under the arrangement of Robertson Funeral […]

Clarendon High School has named this year’s honor students – Paul Goetze and Billy Aaron. The 2008 Valedictorian is Paul Goetze, son of Larry and Lyndal Goetze.  He has a GPA of 99.24.  He has been in Junior Historians for four years and qualified for national competition in the National History Day competition three times.  […]

The Donley County Hospital Board is giving the potential buyer of the Medical Center Nursing Home until June 3 to sign a new contract with new terms. The board approved the new deadline during a called session last Thursday and reaffirmed it Tuesday night at their regular meeting. The sale should have closed April 1 […]

Clarendon Aldermen are considering a teen curfew following a discussion with Donley County Sheriff Butch Blackburn at last Tuesday’s regular city meeting. The sheriff presented the board with a copy of an ordinance from Childress for their consideration, which sets curfew from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. on weeknights and 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. […]

Local and state officials gathered at Clarendon College Monday morning to launch the seventh annual Click It or Ticket campaign, which promotes the use of safety belts and child car restraints. CC instructor Melissa McCoy delivered the most poignant remarks from the dais, saying of buckling your seatbelt, “It’s not just a habit; it’s survival.” […]

The Lady Broncos outlasted and outplayed a good Quanah team to take two games in the Regional Quarterfinal game with the Lady Indians. One run proved to be the difference in both of the games as Clarendon won the first game 7-6 and the second 5-4 before an electrified hometown crowd. Senior Sade Cobb started […]