Saturday, October 21st, 2017

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 A crowd of at least 600 people attended the first ever Mulkey Block Party last Saturday, May 25, to witness the formal lighting of Clarendon’s historic theatre. The event was hosted by the Clarendon Economic Development Corporation and an advisory committee and marked the completion of a $140,000 Phase One Exterior Renovation to the movie […]

Voters in the Clarendon Consolidated Independent School District head to the polls this Saturday, June 1, to determine the fate of a 13-cent property tax increase. As of Tuesday afternoon, 181 people had cast early ballots to accept or reject a new ad valorem tax rate of $1.17 per $100 valuation. The school’s current tax […]

A Clarendon man who escaped from the Donley County Jail in March was sentenced to 30 years in state prison last week as part of a plea agreement when the district court met here Monday, May 20. Torrence Eugene Smith was convicted for the first degree felony offense of escape causing bodily injury, enhanced. Smith […]

Kids’ College classes at Clarendon College start Monday. More than 30 courses will be offered in the months of June, July, and August for kids ages 4-15. “We have a wide variety of classes for kids and teens this summer, and we’ve set the schedule up so that even kids who go on vacation can […]

Wow! What a party we had last Saturday night on Kearney Street! Our community took a well-deserved rest on the long road to Bring Back the Mulkey and celebrated the official lighting of the theatre with lots of fanfare and good, old-fashioned fun. Getting an accurate headcount for the evening was nearly impossible with people […]

Clarendon College is pleased to announce a new scholarship opportunity for service area high school graduates – the Bulldog Bucks Tuition Assistance Program. Clarendon College has committed to providing available resources through the Bulldog Bucks Program to assist every graduating high school senior in the service area in paying for college. The Bulldog Bucks program […]