Monday, December 18th, 2017

Clarendon High School science teacher Bruce Howard has been named the 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year among secondary teachers in Region 16. Karla Flowers of Spearman ISD’s Gus Bridwell Elementary School received the award for elementary teachers, and she and Howard received this honor at a ceremony honoring 16 finalists held during the Region 16 […]

Clarendon College is starting the fall semester on a high note after the school was named one of the 50 Best Community Colleges in the United States recently. Classes began Wednesday, and fall registration was continuing Tuesday as the Enterprise went to press and late registrations will be accepted through September 6. Clarendon officials announced […]

The Clarendon Code Compliance/Animal Control Department received notification by the Texas Department of State Health Services of confirmed cases of West Nile Virus infections in our area. Donley County had one reported equine case, Armstrong County also had one reported equine case, and Carson County had one confirmed human case. It is highly recommended to […]

It looked like it was all over Monday when the publicized filing deadline for the city’s special election came and went with only three candidates filing for three vacant seats on the Clarendon Board of Aldermen. But then the Texas Secretary of State’s office said the deadline is next week. Larry Jeffers, Wayne Cole, and […]

Summer is over, school’s back in session, and lots of parents are thrilled to death. But sadly, I’m not one of them. Some may relish the hustle and bustle of the school year with all its rules, regulations, dates, and deadlines. But as the father of a six-year-old boy, I prefer watching my child enjoy […]

Now that school has started this week, things can “get back to normal” – and mothers can regain some sense of control over their time and sanity, now that the older kids are off to school.  High School football once again reigns supreme; all the teams are undefeated, and dreams of championships are being dreamt […]

Yesterday (August 22, 2013), I was told by two different people in Clarendon that our group of landowners was the reason Valero is not building their pipeline. I would like to correct this misunderstanding. First, Valero had the right of eminent domain which means that no land owner could obstruct the construction. Second, on May […]

Figures never lie, but liars sure can figure Fred has once again lost contact with reality and is giddy with anticipation of the arrival of the tragedy of Obamacare. Donley County is blesses with a large population of well seasoned and highly experienced citizens who will suffer mightily at the hands of the ever compassionate […]

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