Saturday, October 21st, 2017

Only three candidates have stepped forward to run for office one week into the sign-up period for local elections. Former Clarendon alderman Tommy Hill has filed paperwork to run for that position again. The city will elect two aldermen and the mayor this year. Those positions are currently held by Mayor Larry Hicks and Aldermen […]

Mary Marie Moree, 99, died February 15, 2011, in Levelland. Services were held Friday, February 18 at the Second Baptist Church of Levelland with Pastor Michael Holster, officiating. Graveside service was held Friday, February 18 at Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon. Arrangements were under the direction of Head Duarte Funeral Home of Levelland. Mary Marie was […]

The Clarendon Broncos sealed the deal last Tuesday night at home when they easily defeated Quanah, 73-31, to finish with a perfect district season. The game belonged to the Broncos from the beginning as they executed well on offense to quickly gain the upper hand. On the opposite end, their defense was outstanding as they […]

Fundraising to “Bring Back the Mulkey” is continuing and publicity for that effort got a boost over the weekend when Amarillo’s ProNews 7 visited the historic theatre. Reporter Matt Hamilton interviewed Clarendon Economic Development Board member Bill Stavenhagen, former Mulkey employee Renee Betts, and Donley County Historical Commission Chairman Jean Stavenhagen for the piece which […]

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It can happen to anyone anywhere at anytime. Everyone is vulnerable: the young, the old, the weak, and the strong. It can strike during the day or at night. Or in Ronna (Edwards) Newman’s case, while running track. “I was fourteen in 1999, and it was the first day of eighth grade track practice,” Ronna […]

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The City of Clarendon last week threatened to pull $20,000 in funding from the Chamber of Commerce unless the organization changes the way it does business within 90 days. The Board of Aldermen had expressed concerns to Chamber Executive Director Judy Burlin in the past about how the Chamber accounts for money it receives from […]

Filing is underway and continues through March 14 for six local governments holding elections this spring. The cities of Clarendon, Hedley, and Howardwick will all hold elections for local offices as well as the Clarendon and Hedley school districts and the Donley County Hospital District. Clarendon will elect a mayor and two aldermen. Those positions […]