Monday, December 18th, 2017

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The natural drought still lingers, but Clarendon long “dry” spell came to an end last Thursday, February 13, with the first package sales of beer since 1902. More than three months after Donley County voters approved a local option to legalize the sale of alcoholic beverages, Budweiser trucks rolled up to Allsup’s convenience store and […]

With only a few days left before the sign-up period closes, the City of Hedley is the only one of seven local governments that has drawn enough candidates to have a competitive election. As of Tuesday morning, four other local entities had drawn just enough candidates to fill the seats available in this spring’s election, […]

 Republican and Democratic voters will head to the polls next Tuesday, March 4, to determine who they want to see on the ballot this November. As of this Tuesday morning, 205 people had early voted in the Republican Primary, and 14 voters had cast early ballots in the Democratic Primary. Early voting continues by personal […]

The Clarendon College men’s cross-country program has been placed on one-year probation by the National Junior College Athletic Association following a random audit. CC President Dr. Robert Riza informed the Board of Regents about the penalty during last Thursday’s regular board meeting and said the problem was simply that the college’s former athletic director had […]

 The Clarendon College Meats Judging team has done it again.  The team recently returned from Fort Worth where they won by 67 points.  Hailey Dimitroff was High Point Individual, Kiersten Scott placed 3rd high, and Jessica Humphrey placed 4th high. Lane Harrington also competed.  In the Alternate Division, Shelby Lee was High Point Individual; Derick […]

The Panhandle Livestock Association raised more than $2,500 in the silent auction at its 2014 PLA Winter Meeting to assist young agriculture students with their education. Scholarship recipients from Clarendon College included Kuley Duke of Durham, Okla., Caleb Urbanczyk of Amarillo; and Zakary Maddux of Cheyenne, Okla. Scholarships also went to West Texas A&M students […]

By Sandy Anderberg Friday night the Lady Broncos experienced a big high as they defeated Sundown in the Regional Semi-Final game at the Texas Dome in Levelland. The ladies put together a great game and won 56-53, which put them in the Regional Final game against Plains on Saturday. The Plains Cowgirls proved to be […]

R.A. “Doc” Bryant, 78, died Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Services were held on Tuesday in Washington Avenue Christian Church with Charlie Cox officiating. Private burial will be held. Arrangements are by Cox Funeral Home, 4180 Canyon Drive. Doc was born on Sept. 26, 1935, in Denton to J.B. and Ruby Bryant. He lived most of […]