The topic of masks-in-the-classroom is reaching a boiling point with some parents a mere month before students return to school.
Cork & Knife, a wine bar-meets-retail store, is set to open in Old Town Clovis on July 8 with more than 100 varieties of wine and hopes of turning into an event hub in the entertainment district.
As the Central Valley faces triple-digit temps, organizers of two local farmers markets have cancelled their events this week due to the severe heat.
“If June 15 wasn’t so close to July 4, this story may have had a better ending,” organizers of the popular fireworks show said.
The pair of Fresno Christian grads, friends since kindergarten, have worked together and challenged each other for years. Now, they’ll serve together.
The dynamic real estate market in the Fresno-Clovis area has resulted in sizable gains for home owners in just a single year.
Pro-union teachers claimed 16 different allegations to state regulators, including a claim that Clovis Unified’s issuance of a $4,000 coronavirus bonus to teachers was illegal.
“My parents have just been pushing me to be the best I can be, and I saw that West Point decided to choose me. I looked over all the other colleges, and I decided that maybe it might have been mediocre just to go to my normal college,” the Clovis North standout said.
Two Buchanan High School wrestlers are set to join opposing forces at the collegiate level but ultimately remain on the …
Clovis has become the collision point for California’s lofty low-income housing goals, uneven government regulations, and the grim realities of land development amid the state’s hotter-than-ever housing market.