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Three Howardwick city officials have resigned and a fourth official quit but returned in the wake of last Tuesday’s meeting of the Board of Aldermen. Sources tell the Enterprise that comments from about 20 members of the public got out of hand towards the end of the July 11 meeting, prompting Mayor Mike Rowland to […]

Clarendon College is launching a new Commercial Driver’s License certification program this fall. The program will focus on basic driving skills, material handling equipment, basic maneuvers such as backing, docking, and handling; and safety measures.  Students will be taught to drive on various terrains, including city and country roads, and practice driving during both day […]

A financing option to help fund the Mulkey Theatre multi-use event venue and Clarendon’s water recreation project continued to move forward during last Thursday’s meeting of the city council. Aldermen unanimously approved a resolution to obtain professional services with the financing, and Drew Whitington of Government Capital Corporation addressed the council about borrowing $1 million […]

A Clarendon native is spreading his wings in the entertainment business with recent opportunities in the television and motion picture world. Kenneth Lee Tolbert, a 2010 graduate of Clarendon High School, recently worked as an extra and stunt double in next year’s sci-fi movie “Battle Angel” directed by James Cameron, and he also has a […]

The future of Clarendon College will soon be taking shape as officials there begin working on the institution’s next strategic plan. The “One College, One Vision” strategy implemented by President Robert Riza in 2014 had seven individual initiatives, and all have either been completed or are ongoing. “We’ve had a very successful plan and a […]

Donley County Commissioners approved two purchases to benefit   the sheriff’s department during their regular meeting Monday. At the request of Sheriff Butch Blackburn, the county approved spending $1,124 for a back-up radio system. County Judge John Howard said the back-up radio will allow law enforcement to continue to communicate if the department’s primary radio goes […]

The Bit Ranch took top honors for the Clarendon Outdoor Entertainment Association’s annual Ranch Rodeo during the 140th annual Saints’ Roost Celebration, June 30 and July 1. Bit Ranch’s scores beat out 19 other local and regional teams as working cowboys put their skills to the test.  The team was made up of Tate Bennett, […]