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Located midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, Clovis has a long history as a western town. Each April, a weekend-long rodeo is held, beginning with a parade on Saturday morning. In the late 1800s, a lumber flume and mill operations provided the forward motion of developing the area, which already had the Clovis Station (railroad). Soon, new jobs, service businesses, churches, and schools sprouted.

Population: 95128
Local Newspapers: The Sacramento Bee
Local Sports Teams: Fresno Grizzlies (Pacific Coast League baseball)
Local Colleges: Alliant International University California Christian College California State University (Fresno)

Zip Codes associated with clovis, california: 93611 93612
Towns/Cities near clovis, california : Melvin Woodward Park Pinedale Cameo Rolling Hills Gordon

Clovis News
Commercial leases and developments for Jan. 20

John Lee and Lewis Smith were the agents. 8,320 square feet of retail space at the southwest corner of California and Walnut avenues in Fresno from FD Partners LLC to Family Dollar.

3.1 earthquake strikes near Mammoth Lakes

A shallow magnitude 3.1 earthquake was reported Tuesday evening 14 miles from Mammoth Lakes, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 6:53 p.m. at a depth of 2.5 miles.

De Young Properties announces new Trailside community in Clovis

Trailside, which will consist of 111 homesites, is located on Leonard Avenue, half a mile south of Ashlan Avenue. The first phase will begin with 20 sites.

Fresno crowd protests efforts to repeal a Obamacarea

Wendy Johnson, center, of Clovis joins about 30 protestors Sunday at the corner of Blackstone and Nees avenues near River Park shopping center in northwest Fresno while protesting the dismantling of the Affordable Care Act by congress. Judy Hess, right, Fresno chapter leader of Progressive Democrats of America, joins about 30 protestors Sunday in holding up signs and waving to motorists at the corner of Blackstone and Nees avenues near River Park shopping center while protesting efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act by U.S. lawmakers.

Debbie Poochigiana s political career might not be over

Whereas retired two-term Fresno County Supervisor Debbie Poochigian is considering extending her political career, retired Clovis City Council Member Harry Armstrong signaled that his political days are at an end when he donated remaining money from his campaign to Clovis nonprofits. Poochigian has moved her money into an account to campaign for Fresno County Assessor-Recorder in 2022.

Alleged Clovis retail thieves found after crashing near Highway 168

A crash and a residential break-in west Highway 168 lead Clovis police on Saturday afternoon to find two suspects wanted for stealing from a Clovis shopping center. Just before 5:30 p.m., Clovis police Cpl.

Storm floods Fresno, Clovis streets, closes two Yosemite highways

Neighbors say it's the worst street flooding they've seen. Floodwaters lapped onto lawns and up driveways, knocked over garbage cans and made driving treacherous.

Clovis approves development standards for new urban growth area

Clovis has approved the development standards - which is the look and feel - of its next growth area named Heritage Grove located northwest of the city. The planned urban center bounded by Willow, Shepherd, Copper and Sunnyside avenues is named for the cultural legacy and agricultural heritage of the area.

Midday downpour floods Clovis streets

Neighbors say it's the worst street flooding they've seen. Floodwaters lapped onto lawns and up driveways, knocked over garbage cans and made driving treacherous.

Fresno Unified superintendent Hanson moved from center seat of board meetings

Fresno Unified School District board President Brooke Ashjian oversees the moving of Superintendent Michael Hanson chair reassignment to the end of the board's dais - removing Hanson from his longtime seat at the center - at the FUSD meeting Wednesday night, Jan. 11, 2017. An elementary school in Fresno gave girls a chance to code for Hour of Code this week.

Overcoming addiction one dog biscuit at a time

Wearing white floppy chef hats and sunny yellow aprons, a group of women chat happily as they mix and roll dough on its journey to becoming all-natural dog biscuits last month. Morning light pours through large wide windows, brightening an already optimistic mood.

Clovis detectives arrest 19-year-old suspected of stealing guns, armor from assistant sheriff

Clovis police detectives arrested a 19-year-old man suspected of stealing firearms and other equipment from a Fresno County Sheriff's deputy on Dec. 15. Detectives arrested Tyler Johnson on Jan. 3 after they received several leads. Clovis police said a shotgun and other items were recovered at the time Johnson was arrested.

Overcoming addiction one dog biscuit at a time

The St. Francis Homeless Project employs former homeless women who complete drug/alcohol rehab. Learning life skills, they are paid to make dog biscuits for the Dogs Dig Em' ministry.

Commercial leases and developments for Jan. 6

Ethan Smith and Ron Stoltenberg were the agents in cooperation with Chad McCardell of Colliers International. 2,000 square feet at 1330 Hulbert Ave., Suite 102 in Fresno from Ron Stumpf to Michael Dunbar and Misty Dunbar.

Teen suicides prompt mandate for California schools to confront issue

In California and across the country, suicide is the second leading cause of death among teens-a grim reminder that many high school students' primary barrier to adulthood is themselves. More young people take their own lives than the number killed by cancer, heart disease, birth defects, stroke, flu, pneumonia and chronic lung disease combined.

What new food trends will we see in Fresno this year?

Poke Bowl with salmon, tuna, smoked squid, seaweed, avocado, cucumber, garlic miso, bomb sauce, masago, green onions and sesame seeds at PokiLand in northeast Fresno. If you like eating out of a bowl, enjoy flavorful, house-made sauces, and simple, more traditional cooking ingredients, than you are going to like what the new year brings on the food front.

5 Things To Do Today, Saturday, Dec. 31

Party with original band member Goldy McJohn and an all-star lineup playing hits like "Born to Be Wild" and "Magic Carpet Ride." Visalia Fox Theatre, 300 W. Main St., Visalia, 559-625-1369 , www.foxvisalia.org , $38-$55.

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