Sunday, December 17th, 2017

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Several Donley County voters could hardly wait to cast their ballots when early voting began Monday, October 24. County Clerk Fay Vargas said people were waiting before the election officials were even ready to go, and by day’s end, more than 140 people had cast early ballots. That’s about nine percent of the entire local […]

Family friendly activities are being prepared in Clarendon as Halloween approaches next Monday. Trick or Treating will be observed on the usual day, Monday, October 31, but that will be preceded by a fun evening this Saturday, October 29, at the Sandell Drive-In theatre. Gates at the drive-in will open at 5 p.m. with a […]

Donley County Commissioners met in regular session October 11 and considered several items on their agenda. The court discussed a proposal to add electrical outlets on the jail and the west side of the Courthouse Annex to better accommodate Christmas lights on that side of the square. County Judge John Howard said the proposal was […]

The case of a Donley County man was among those heard by the District Court when it met in Childress on Monday, October 24. Fourteen pleas took place as District Attorney Luke Inman, assisted by Greg Buckley, prosecuted the cases for the State of Texas, with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding. Richard Audwin Shields […]

Clarendon College Ranch Horse team member Dee Oles won the Ranch Hand class at the Post Stampede RHAA show as well as Top Hand at the Canadian Ranch Rodeo recently. Fellow team member Zane Davis also ended up 6th in a tough cowboy class of 18 at Post as well. Gracie Paul competed at the […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Broncos’ running game steamrolled the Ralls Jackrabbits, 56-0, Friday night on the road. The shutout was fifth for the Broncos whose defense is one of the best around, holding Ralls to -19 total yards in the game. The Bronco defense has only allowed 32 points all season to its opponents. “It […]

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The Clarendon College Stampede was a huge success with 548 contestants from 17 schools competing from the Southwest Region. Stampede officials told the Enterprise that this was the biggest number of contestants ever for an NIRA rodeo in this region. Clarendon College had three Saddle Bronc Riders and a Team Roper in the finals. Tyler […]