Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

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Janice J. McDonald Pair, 81, of Lubbock formerly of Lorenzo passed away Saturday, January 26, 2013, in Lubbock. Services will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 30, 2013, at the First United Methodist Church in Lorenzo with Rev. Cam Givans and Rev. Kerry Hurst officiating. Burial will follow in the Lorenzo Cemetery under the care […]

An early morning fire totally consumed the home of the Vernon Patton family in Hedley this weekend, and officials are not sure what caused the blaze. Clarendon Fire Chief Jeremy Powell said the 911 call came in at 4:29 a.m. on Sunday, January 27, and he believes the call was made by a traveler on […]

Filing opened Wednesday for candidates wishing to seek a position on any of six local boards during this spring’s elections. The City of Clarendon has three positions opening this year, the mayor and two aldermen, all of which serve for two-year terms. Those seats are currently held by Mayor Larry Hicks and Aldermen Tommy Hill […]

Pumping groundwater from Clarendon to the Greenbelt Water Authority system is inching closer to reality as dry weather continues to take its toll on the local reservoir. Greenbelt General Manager Bobbie Kidd said this week that all five wells in north Clarendon have been drilled, and electricians are working this week to wire the controls […]

By Ashlee Estlack, Clarendon College Clarendon College was awarded $300,000 in grant funding recently from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) to assist the college in expanding the scope and reach of its Developmental Education program. The new grant funding will assist the college in improving the success of its developmental students by redesigning […]

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been highly engaged, using my sleuth-like (not sloth-like) capabilities to discover and evaluate interesting new opportunities for the lucky citizens of Donley County. I’m talking gem-like opportunities, as in the Pearl of the Panhandle, Clarendon College. In case you haven’t noticed, Clarendon College is currently the single largest […]

In the January 17 edition of The Enterprise, your column was about home grown products. I would like to add water to that list. I have addressed this issue in the past, and it was ignored. Donley County has an abundance of natural spring water gushing from the ground. We have the third largest natural […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Lady Broncos remain undefeated and are still in the hunt for a district championship with their latest win coming against Claude last Friday night. The ladies dominated the final three quarters of play and earned the 63-53 win. The Claude Lady Mustangs opened the game with the early momentum and lead […]