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By Roger Estlack, Clarendon Enterprise The dreaded Blizzard of 2013 kept folks inside but didn’t bury Donley County the way it did in other areas across the Panhandle Sunday night and throughout the day Monday. While Amarillo received around a foot and a half of snow with drifts as high as six feet, Clarendon’s snowfall […]

By Roger Estlack, Clarendon Enterprise Clarendon College officials outlined ambitious plans for growth last week with a focus on new and expanded workforce programs in Clarendon and Pampa and a possible move into the Amarillo market. During the Board of Regents meeting last Thursday, President Phil Shirley said CC was “endeavoring to turn every stone” […]

Two more candidates have stepped forward in this spring’s city election as the deadline to file for local offices approaches. Debbie Roberts, who was appointed to the board in December, filed paperwork to seek a full term as alderman for the City of Clarendon, and Trevor Leeper has also filed to run for alderman. They […]

By Sandy Anderberg After a great season, the Lady Broncos were denied the right to continue on in post-season play by the Plains Cowgirls in Levelland last Friday night and were defeated 53-67. The Lady Broncos played hard despite the loss and were solid in the first half of play. Plains hit a three-pointer at […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon Broncos are moving on and their latest win over Memphis last Friday was proof that they want to go the distance. The Broncos stayed solid throughout and held off Memphis’ last-ditch effort to make good on a shot at the buzzer. The Broncos won the game 43-42. In the intense […]

By Sandy Anderberg Springtime in the panhandle brings about yet another sport and the Bronco baseball team has begun their 2013 season with a big win over Wellington at 17-6. Despite a slow start, the Broncos regrouped and silenced the Skyrocket team. The last four innings were huge for the Broncos as they scored 16 […]

The Clarendon College softball team finished the Midland Classic undefeated this past weekend. The Lady Bulldogs began the tournament with a 14-5 victory over the University of Chihuahua. Samantha Haralson picked up the win, with Natalie Bissell and Karina Juarez both having home runs in the contest. Nohemi Jimenez had a game high 4 RBI’s. […]

By Fred Gray The Clarendon College baseball team splits double header with Lamar Community College this past Sunday, February 24. The Bulldogs won the first game, 7–6, before falling the in the second game, 1-12. First year baseball coach Devin McIntosh, said that relief pitcher Craig Snook, a recent transfer from Abilene Christian University closed […]