Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

Reginald Stewart “Bill” Lowe, 99, died Monday. December 12, 2016, in Sterling, Colorado. Services were held on Monday, December 19, 2016, in the First Baptist Church of Hedley, with Rev. Anthony Knowles officiating. Cremation & arrangements were under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon. Bill Lowe died December 12, 2016, in Sterling, Colorado […]

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Clarendon’s baseball and softball fields are now entirely the property of the public school following action by the city council and school board in the last few days. The city and school district have had split ownership of the ballparks for many decades, with the city owning the McClelland Field adjacent to Prospect Park, the […]

Clarendon’s City Hall may have to be significantly remodeled to meet the conditions of USDA funding for a water system improvement project, the city council learned during their regular meeting last Thursday, December 8. In order to bring the 1918 building into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the city could have to […]

A Donley County case was one of four heard last Monday, December 5, when the 100th District Court met in Childress. District Attorney Luke Inman, assisted by Greg Buckley, prosecuted the cases for the State of Texas, with the Honorable Judge Stuart Messer presiding. Martin Flores was placed on probation for a period of three […]

By Sandy Anderberg Clarendon’s Clay Koetting was named as the Defensive MVP for his linebacker position, and Riley Shadle was named the Fighting Heart Award winner when Athletic Director Gary Jack has released the All-District selections for District II. The District Most Valuable Player went to David Dickson from Memphis. The offensive MVP went to […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Broncos finished playing in Miami December 3 and brought home a huge tournament win by getting passed Gruver and West Texas High. The Broncos defeated Gruver 72-45 and skimmed by WT at 67-65. The Greyhounds were really no competition for the Broncos as they took control on the offensive end, and […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Lady Broncos took on Caprock in the Miami Tournament and easily defeated them 56-28. It was never a contest for the ladies as they were able to dictate the tempo of the game. Clarendon took a huge lead early in the game and led by 17 points at the break. The […]

Christmas is almost upon us; and if you’ve still got shopping to do, this is a great weekend to get out and shop at home. Between the monthly trade days out at the Whistle-Stop and the deals you can find among our local merchants, there should be something for everyone on your gift list. By […]