Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

The 137th annual Saints’ Roost Celebration will be held July 3, 4 and 5 this year. July 3 Downtown merchant sales and a Depression Lunch from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. will start the celebration on Thursday, July 3. The Clarendon Lions Club will dedicate and cut the ribbon on the new Chance Mark Jones […]

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The Clarendon Church of Christ will celebrate its 100th anniversary this Sunday with a special service. Members of the Church of Christ began worshipping in 1914 in Clarendon, Texas. The small number grew to 14 members in 1917 and worshipped in the T.M. Little home at the end of Carhart Street. This same year the […]

 The Clarendon Enterprise placed second in the hunt for top honors during the 2013 Better Newspaper Contest hosted by the Texas Press Association. Contest winners were announced last Saturday during the TPA Summer Convention in Corpus Christi, and the Enterprise finished behind The Red Oak Record for the Division 10 Sweepstakes Award. The Enterprise received […]

Clarendon College Regents took their show on the road last Thursday, June 19, holding their regular board meeting in Pampa. Several Gray County dignitaries were on hand for the meeting, including County Judge Richard Peet, Pampa ISD Board President Lee Porter, Pampa ISD Superintendent David Young, and members of the Clarendon College Pampa Center Foundation. […]

The first LVN to ADN bridge cohort at Clarendon College started classes Monday morning in Pampa. Dr. Robert Riza, president of CC, welcomed the students and shared his excitement about this being the first class in the new ADN program at CC. Twenty students from all around the Panhandle make up this first cohort. After […]

Finally, our inept Congress has done a little something to reign-in the outrageous spying on Americans by the NSA. Granted, it wasn’t much, but at least it was a start. We need to insure that it continues. Last Thursday night, the US House of Representatives voted 293 – 123 to pass an amendment to a […]

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