Monday, December 18th, 2017

The Saints’ Roost Museum will showcase the artwork of Don Ray during its membership appreciation dinner next Friday, June 6, on the museum grounds. Ray was born in 1937 in the Adair Hospital, which is now the home of the Museum, and he lived on a ranch near Clarendon until 1953. He later graduated from […]

Jackie Glen Clawson,  68, died Wednesday, May 20, 2009, in Amarillo. Services were 2:00 p.m. Friday at the First Southern Baptist Church in Fritch with Pastor Calvin Winters officiating.  Graveside Service were Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon.  Arrangements are under the direction of Minton/Chatwell Funeral Directors of Fritch and Robertson Funeral […]

Clarendon and Hedley High School officials have announced their top graduates for the Class of 2009. CHS valedictorian Amelia Taylor and salutatorian Niki Roberts will deliver separate addresses during commencement exercises this Friday at 8:00 p.m. in the Harned Sisters Fine Arts Center at Clarendon College. At HHS, Skyler Conatser is the valedictorian for the […]

By Sandy Anderberg, Clarendon Enterprise The Clarendon Broncos headed to the Regional Semifinals this week after defeating Haskell in Lubbock in the Region I-1A quarterfinals and once again proved that nothing is keeping them down this season. The Broncs will face Miles Thursday in Lubbock at 6 p.m. It looked as if Haskell had slammed […]

The fourth annual “Trash To Treasures” garage sale event is slated for Saturday, June 6; and the deadline to sign up is this Friday at 5 p.m. “We’re hoping this year’s event will be as successful as those in the past,” said Enterprise publisher and sponsor Roger Estlack. “It makes sense to have these garage […]

Clarendon was abuzz Monday when more than 100 weather-watchers descended upon the community. Dozens of specialized vehicles sporting radar and other equipment lined up at the roadside park at US 287 and SH 70 during the day, before they caravanned down the highway late in the afternoon. Paul Markowski with the National Severe Storms Laboratory […]

Dennis Stewart, age 62, died in Amarillo on May 11, 2009. Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, May 15, 2009, in the Brentwood Chapel of Schooler Funeral Home. Rev. Terry Griffith from Highland Christian Church officiated. Burial was at the Claude Cemetery. Arrangements were by Schooler Funeral Home, 4100 South Georgia. He […]

A Childress man was placed on deferred adjudication this week after accepting a plea agreement for charges related to a kidnapping last summer. John Edward Arbuckle pled guilty to the felony offense of aggravated kidnapping before District Judge Stewart Messer in Clarendon on Monday. He could face 99 years or life in the state penitentiary […]

Workers at Stanley Automotive Enterprises in Clarendon found themselves unexpectedly out of work last Thursday when the General Motors dealership suddenly closed its doors. Former employees said corporate officials with the Dallas-based firm called a staff meeting for 9 a.m. and told them as of that moment they were shut down. Stanley’s Chief Operating Officer […]

Hedley School Superintendent Bryan Hill is looking for a new job following a called meeting of the Hedley CISD Board of Trustees last Thursday. After meeting in closed session for over an hour, the board voted to “accept the voluntary employment agreement and release between Bryan Hill and Hedley CISD effective June 30, 2009,” according […]