Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

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Future business development has the Clarendon City Council rethinking rules regulating the sale of alcohol in the city. City Administrator David Dockery brought the issue to the council during its regular meeting last Thursday, April 13. “We have locations that have great potential for development but are restricted by their distance to a school or […]

Courthouse windows in need of repair was one of the topics addressed by Donley County Commissioners when they met in regular session Monday, April 17. County Judge John Howard says several wooden courthouse window sashes are in need of repair, and commissioners reviewed a proposal from Restorhaus of Lubbock to remove and rebuild the five […]

Local candidates for office were given an opportunity to speak when Donley Active Voices hosted a Kids’ Press Conference on Monday, April 3, at the Burton Memorial Library. Several local kids were present and heard from Clarendon school trustee Weldon Sears, Mayor Sandy Skelton, Alderman Nathan Floyd, and city alderman candidates Jacob Fangman and Britton […]

CHILDRESS – The Texas Department of Transportation began a project on Tuesday, April 18, to increase the life of its existing pavement structures in the Childress District. More than 151 miles of state roadways in the district will see $3.8 million worth of preventive maintenance seal coat work. In addition to US 287 through Donley […]

Lewis A. Bevers, 77, of Clarendon died Monday, March 27, 2017. Graveside services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, April 22, 2017, in Lakeview Cemetery in Hall County. Mr. Bevers was born Nov. 11, 1939, in Lakeview to John and Lola Bevers.  He was an Army veteran and a special agent at Bureau of […]

The Clarendon College Theatre Department invites everyone to the new original play “Red Tape” on Thursday, April 27, at 7 p.m. in the Harned Sisters Fine Arts Center. The play is suitable for audience members of every age, according to CC drama instructor Rodney Donahue. “We are creating a G-rated environment and have included some […]