Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

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Kai Gusovius, Lars Hauck, and Peter Adler were at the Col. Charles Goodnight Chuckwagon Cookoff Saturday filming a segment for their documentary about Route 66, “Along the Mother Road.”  They are with Artea, a German-French TV station in Germany, and the documentary will be broadcast next year in German and French speaking countries.   Recommend […]

The C Bar C Ranch Chuckwagon Team of Hartley took home top honors Saturday at the 17th annual Col. Charles Goodnight Chuckwagon Cookoff, which attracted international attention. Led by head cook Sue Cunningham, the team had the first place dessert as well as first place in Overall Cooking on the way to racking up enough […]

Hedley’s only convenience store is closing at the end of this month, but the owner says she plans to be back in business soon. Tonja Ruthardt told the Enterprise Tuesday that either Saturday or Sunday will be the last day for Uncle Bob’s as she prepares to move into a café one door west. “I’m […]

The Hedley Owls amassed over 600 yards of total offense, and needed every yard of it, in their 46-40 overtime win against the Amarillo Holy Cross Mustangs last Friday night. The ground game was the catalyst once again for the Owls, attributing for over 400 yards. Coach Buddy Isbell said, “This was the best game […]

Clarendon College has hired two new head coaches to lead teams this year. Chris Joblin has been named head baseball coach and Casey Kreger was named cross country head coach. Joblin most recently served as assistant baseball coach at CC and was promoted to head coach after Mike Silva took a job in Galveston this […]

Four members of the Clarendon College Bulldog Baseball team have been invited to participate with other top junior college players from New Mexico and Texas in the annual Fuddruckers Junior College All-Star Weekend. Sophomores Alex Howe of Unanderra, Australia; Alberto Morales of Bronx, NY; Wigberto Navarez of Bayamon, PR; and Sam Ouellet of St. Eustache, […]

A proposal to raise sanitation rates in Clarendon has been shelved after receiving a cold reception from members of the Board of Aldermen last Tuesday. City Administrator Lambert Little says the $1.83 million budget he will present for the board’s approval next Tuesday night, September 27, will not include any increases in taxes, utility rates, […]

The Old West will come alive this weekend when the 17th annual Col. Charles Goodnight Chuckwagon Cookoff will be held this weekend on the grounds of the Saints’ Roost Museum. Fifteen wagons are scheduled to compete for top prizes, and other activities include raffles, a hay auction, and tours of the Museum. Activities will begin […]