Sunday, December 17th, 2017

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Heavy rains the last two weeks have pulled Greenbelt Lake out of its Stage 3 Drought condition. The lake level was sitting at 52.9 feet Tuesday afternoon, gaining about 1,600 acre-feet of water in just ten days, according to Greenbelt Water Authority General Manager Bobbie Kidd. The reservoir’s Stage 3 Drought contingency is triggered at […]

The Clarendon ISD Board of Trustees approved a $5.6 million budget for fiscal year 2017 during a called meeting last Monday, August 22. The new budget will be about $130,000 higher than the current budget, and Superintendent Mike Norrell says the increase is mainly due to step raises for teachers and a 2.25 percent increase […]

The Sandell Drive-In will mark its 61st anniversary this Sunday, September 4, with an Elvis Presley double-feature to benefit the Mulkey Theatre. “Harum Scarum” will be screened at dusk followed by “The Trouble With Girls,” and admission will be free but a donation for the Bring Back the Mulkey project will be requested at the […]

By Kiah Collier, The Texas Tribune A state representative who has passed legislation aimed at reeling in Texas’ standardized testing regime is calling on the state to ditch required STAAR exams while it “tries to iron out STAAR’s many kinks.” State Rep. Jason Isaac’s proposal comes the week after the Texas Education Agency announced it was […]

By Sandy Anderberg After preparing for almost a month, the Broncos’ 2016 season is well under way with an opening season win over the Irish last Friday night on the road. The Broncos dominated in every aspect of the game and claimed a 22-0 victory. According to head coach Gary Jack, the Broncos played really […]

Education and the rising cost of health care insurance were leading topics on citizens’ minds last Friday when State Sen. Kel Seliger (R-Amarillo) and State Rep. Ken King (R-Canadian) held a town hall meeting at Clarendon College’s Bairfield Activity Center. Seliger opened the forum with an overview of the upcoming legislative session, which will begin […]

Energy is high this week on the Clarendon College campus with students beginning the fall semester this week and an administration looking forward to continuing a tradition of student success. CC President Robert Riza set the tone for the semester last Thursday during All College Day as he listed statistics that make Clarendon stand out […]

Two men were sentenced in separate cases when the 100th District Court met in Clarendon last Monday, August 15. District Attorney Luke Inman prosecuted the cases for the State of Texas, with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding. Eduardo Carrillo Vaquera, 36, from Amarillo pleaded true to allegations listed in the State’s Motion to Adjudicate […]