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Clarendon fireman Ryan Hill sprays a hot spot last Thursday as part of the effort to extinguish a blaze north of Hedley off FM 2944. Enterprise Photo / Kari Lindsey A wildfire north of Hedley consumed more than 300 acres last Thursday and Saturday, highlighting the need for caution as drought conditions continue. Clarendon Volunteer […]

A Civil War veteran will be recognized in one of three services planned in Donley County in observance of Memorial Day next Monday. The late Peru Hardy Benson, who is buried in Clarendon’s Citizens Cemetery, will be honored by the Plemons-Shelby Camp 464 of The Sons of the Confederate Veterans, dressed in authentic uniforms and […]

Sales tax revenue continues to climb for the City of Clarendon according to figures released by the state comptroller’s office. Clarendon received an allocation of $33,908.49 this month, up 6.98 percent from the same period one year ago. The city is now 12.59 percent ahead for the calendar year-to-date with sales tax revenue of $143,201.99 […]

Hedley High School has announced Reid Copelin and Kaylee Shields as the top students for the Class of 2011. Copelin is the son of Ernie and Tangela Copelin and has a grade point average of 96.596. He played football, basketball, cross country, tennis, track, and golf during his time at HHS. Reid qualified for regionals […]

The 2011 session of the Texas Legislature is shaping up to be an example of what is good and bad about the state Republican Party as the GOP supermajority advances its agenda in Austin. Many things could have and should have been expected – cuts to social programs, a bill that tries to discourage abortions, […]