Monday, December 18th, 2017

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By Roger Estlack, Clarendon Enterprise It’s been a whirlwind year for Clarendon’s Morgan Hysinger, going from a college student to a bestselling author in a short time. Writing a Scottish time-traveling romance wasn’t where Hysinger thought her career path would lead when she graduated from Clarendon High School in 2009. The daughter of two educators, […]

Western heritage will be the hallmark of the 20th annual Col. Charles Goodnight Chuckwagon Cookoff this Saturday, September 27, on the grounds of the Saints’ Roost Museum. Fourteen wagons are scheduled to compete for top prizes, and other activities include a photographic exhibit focused on Quanah and Cynthia Ann Parker and a public program, entitled […]

By Ashlee Estlack, Clarendon Enterprise State Rep. Ken King (R-Canadian) addressed the Donley County Retired School Personnel Monday night at the group’s regular meeting and visited with local voters. The representative discussed his freshman year in the State Legislature last session, and touched on several issues of local interest. Appropriate to the setting, the discussion […]

The Bridge will host a ribbon cutting for the newest satellite office in Clarendon on Tuesday, September 30, at 10 a.m. at 111 W. 4th (next to the Post Office). “Child abuse prevention is a community responsibility. Ending the cycle of abuse requires involvement, intervention and knowledge”, says April Leming, Executive Director of The Bridge. […]

A couple of weeks ago, when the news that star football running back, Adrian Peterson, had been charged with child abuse, for spanking his son with a “switch,” I immediately thought about how absurd it was to charge a parent with such a serious crime just for spanking his son. During discussions with friends about […]

Dr. John Howard provided keynote remarks last Wednesday when Clarendon College’s Student Government Association hosted a Constitution Day luncheon. Howard, a 25-year Navy veteran and chairman of the CC Board of Regents, discussed the founding of the federal government and its establishment as a republican form of government. While America enjoys great freedoms, Howard reminded […]

By Sandy Anderberg Going up against the 10th ranked team in the state was a tough matchup for the Broncos last Friday night in Gruver. The Broncos fought hard, but still suffered a 0-41 loss to the Greyhounds. “Our pre-district schedule is tough,” head coach Gary Jack said. “We are still fighting injuries, and that […]