Monday, October 23rd, 2017

Christmastime activities are lining up quickly in Clarendon, and local merchants are getting ready for a busy season with plans for a Courthouse Lighting Celebration, Late Night Shopping and the second annual Chili Challenge. Local stores will kick of the holiday season with Black Friday and Small Business Saturday specials this weekend. Details on local […]

I’ve never been a cat fan. I hate cats. And yet… I’m mourning… a cat. Perhaps my dislike for cats stems from my allergic reaction to them. Perhaps it has to do with my distinct dislike for finding feline feces in flowerbeds. Or perhaps it’s genetic – my father hated cats, too. He always hated […]

Dr. John Howard formally stepped down from his position as head of the Clarendon College Board of Regents last Thursday, November 18. Howard presided over most of the meeting before reading his letter of resignation from the board. State law prohibits county officers from holding two elected offices, and Howard will be sworn in as […]

A condemned house got a brief reprieve from the Clarendon Board of Aldermen last Tuesday, November 18, after the property owner said she would address code issues. Linda Lewis presented plans and estimates to the board to demolish two dangerous outbuildings on her property at Sixth and Bugbee and promised she would secure the house […]

Former Bushland superintendent John Lemons will take the helm of the Clarendon Independent School District on an interim basis when Monty Hysinger leaves for Dumas in January. CISD Trustees hired Lemons last Thursday, November 20, after meeting with him in closed session for about an hour. Lemons will also assist the district with its search […]

Pleas were heard in five local cases when the 100th District Court met in Clarendon on Monday, November 10. District Attorney Luke Inman, assisted by Greg Buckley, prosecuted the cases for the State of Texas with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding. Paul Alexander Rodgers was placed on probation for a period of two years […]

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By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon Broncos are putting it all together in their 2014-1015 basketball season with opening wins over Fritch and Highland Park at home. The Broncos beat Fritch at 74-51 in their season opener. The Broncos totally frustrated their opponent, as they played solid on both ends of the court. The Broncos took […]