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With just hours left for candidates to sign up, it appears no local governments will be having elections this year due to a lack of candidates. The sign-up deadline is this Friday, February 27; and as the Enterprise goes to press Tuesday afternoon, only one of five governments even have enough candidates to fill all […]

The contract of Clarendon College President Robert Riza was extended when the CC Board of Regents met in regular session last Thursday, February 19. Regents met behind closed doors for nearly an hour and a half discussing college personnel, evaluating the president, and discussing real property leases in Childress and Amarillo. When they resumed in […]

By Morgan Smith, The Texas Tribune Texas lawmakers took aim at the state’s standardized testing system Thursday as they considered a proposal to allow high school seniors to graduate even if they fail state exams. “It’s heart-wrenching, and it’s also insanity when you see the level of achievement these kids are already doing and yet […]