Monday, October 23rd, 2017

Anita Lorell Johnson, 76, died Wednesday, April 22, 2015, in Amarillo. Services were held on Saturday, April 25, 2015, in the First Baptist Church in Howardwick with Rev. Dave Stout, officiating. Cremation & arrangements were under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon. Anita was born September 26, 1938, in Wichita Falls to Johnny […]

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The old house at Sixth and Bugbee was again on the agenda when the Clarendon City Council held its regular meeting last Thursday, April 23. The structure narrowly avoided condemnation by the city a little more than five months ago when the owner of the house, Linda Lewis, was given six months to address specific […]

Herring Bank will host a Small Business & Ag Producers Appreciation Seminar next Tuesday, May 5, in Clarendon to show the Herring team’s support for local businesses. The purpose of the event is to encourage businesses to plan for success, according to Jerry Woodard, Market President of Herring Bank in Clarendon. “Our hopes are to […]

The Clarendon Enterprise received seven awards during the 105th annual Panhandle Press Association Convention in Amarillo last Saturday, April 25. During the annual PPA Better Newspaper Contest, the Enterprise received two first place plaques in the categories of Best Feature Stories written by Roger Estlack, and Best Sport Photography for photos taken by Roger and […]

Booth space reservations and car show entries are now being taken for the third annual Mulkey Block Party scheduled for Memorial Day weekend on Saturday, May 23. This year’s Herring Bank Car Show has been expanded to include motorcycles, and entry fees are $20 per vehicle. Entry forms are available online here and at the […]

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By Ted Harbin, Rodeo Media Relations Bret Franks is a cowboy. For the past two years, the Guymon, Okla.-born man has served as the Livestock and Equine Center director and ranch horse coach at Clarendon College, a community college in the Donley County seat. Now he’s adding rodeo coach to his list of duties, recently […]

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