Monday, January 22nd, 2018

Clarendon will be bustling with people this weekend when the annual Clarendon College Invitational Judging Contest is held Saturday. The contest doubles the town’s population and regularly attracts around 2,000 high school FFA students and 4-H students from around Texas and nearby states and as of Tuesday afternoon more than 1,663 students had pre-registered, which […]

 The second annual Chance Mark Jones Memorial 5K Walk/Run is two weeks away, but there is still time for runners and sponsors to sign up for the event. The Clarendon Lions Club is hosting the event on Saturday, April 12, to coincide with Child Abuse Prevention Month. Those interested in running or walking the 5K […]

Clarendon College Regents renewed administrative positions and considered several other agenda items during their regular meeting March 20. Nineteen administrative positions were recommended for approval by CC President Robert Riza and confirmed by the board. Those employees include Christy Brooks, Coordinator of Workforce Development; Tex Buckhaults, Dean of Students; Bonnie Burgoyne, Director of Financial Aid; […]

LUBBOCK – This month wildlife experts are starting the third annual helicopter survey to assess lesser prairie-chicken populations across the bird’s range in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado. The historic first effort to conduct a large-scale, helicopter-based survey to locate lesser prairie-chicken breeding areas or leks across the High Plains region in all […]

While lying prostrate in various hospital beds this past winter (and a long winter it was), yours truly had plenty of time to contemplate the mysteries of nature, the human condition, and even the Divine. The gist of this copious contemplation is that we should not worry and just be happy. In honor of the […]

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By Sandy Anderberg Several Lady Broncos brought home first place finishes in the track meet held in Quanah March 22. Sarah Luttrell claimed first in the long jump with a leap of 15’3″, first in the 100-meter dash at 12.96, and first in the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.03. Abby Johnson captured the […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Bronco baseball team struggled against Booker last Tuesday on the road and was defeated 5-15. According to coach Brad Elam, the Broncos did not play that well against the Kiowas. “We were able to hand with them until the fourth inning when we gave up seven runs,” he said. “On defense, […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Lady Broncos earned a huge 22-3 win over San Jacinto at home last Tuesday. According to head coach Gary Jack, everyone played pretty good and Brooke Martin, Sterling King and Taylor DeGrate pitched well. Also, everyone hit the ball well. They are 7-2 overall. The Lady Broncos then went up against […]