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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
New stores: Clothing in River Park, comic books, shoes and more

Legends Comics & Games has a wide selection of Funko Pop! vinyl figures, ranging from Disney princesses to "The Walking Dead" characters. Legends decided to make its temporary holiday store at Sierra Vista Mall permanent.

Fans line up waiting for Twenty One Pilots

Fans talk about Twenty One Pilots appearance at the Grammy Awards as they wait for their concert at Save Mart Center on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017 in Fresno, Calif. Mike Sumaya, head brewer at Full Circle Brewing Co., says the business' "fresh blood" has brought about some welcome changes at the soon to be re-opened downtown Fresno brewery.

School choice, dam safety (Orovillea s and ours) a " your Morning Scoop

Hey, all! It's Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017 and here's the Morning Scoop, your quick peruse of the news. Subscribe to get the Scoop in your inbox.

Dean named for planned osteopathic college in Clovis

California Health Sciences University has named a new chief academic officer and founding dean for its planned College of Osteopathic Medicine on its Clovis campus. Dr. Douglas Wood, who has served as vice president for health affairs and dean at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine in Maine, began his new job on Monday.

Trelio gets new look, new menu and lower prices

The dining room at Trelio in Clovis has been completely redesigned and now features custom wood furnishing with ponderosa pine wood felled due to the recent drought-induced bark beetle infestation. A pair of dining tables at Trelio in Clovis with high-backed Italian leather seats and ponderosa pine wood tables.

Civic leaders made honorary Air Force commanders in Fresno

Tim Patendis, president of Alena Foods at the far right, participates in the honorary commander induction ceremony on the Fresno Air National Guard Base on Feb. 12, 2017. Matthew Navo, Sanger Unified Superintendent, gives a speech after being inducted as an honorary commander at the Fresno Air National Guard Base on Feb. 12, 2017.

Brickmakers left their mark on Fresno City College

Finger imprints are seen in a brick on a column in the courtyard at Fresno City College's Old Administration Building on Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017. The imprints are from when workers constructed the building with bricks that weren't completely set.

General plan workshop to be held in Fresno

A workshop detailing local governments' blueprint for vision and future growth will be held at the Fresno City Council Chambers on Feb. 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. The Governor's Office of Planning and Research invites the public to share their feedback on the new guidelines, which will include resources and policies to help cities and counties update their general plans as required by law.

Monuments in Fresno, Clovis bring injustice of Japanese American relocation camps to life

Dennis Simonian, owner of Simonian Farms, talks about the memorial he built from lumber recovered from barracks at Poston War Relocation Center. The nearly 30-foot structure is called the Soul Consoling Tower, as a tribute to Japanese Americans, including ones who mentored him as a young farmer.

Veteran of stress lays down the law

"When you wake up at 6 a.m., in a war zone, getting shot at, and getting paid minimum wage, it really puts the stress of law school into context. I never really stressed about law school."

a Catholic Muslima Fresno Latina shares concerns and reminder: a Islam is for everybodya

"Islam is for everybody," she says. "Matter of fact, only 20 percent of Muslims in the world are Arab.

Artist You Should Know: Mariachi singer and musician Omar Nare

Followers of the Fresno music scene known Omar NarA© as a versatile guitarist and piano player, but he started as a mariachi singer. He returns to those roots.

Protesters ask Clovis Unified to reconsider ban of student play

Protestors hold signs saying "Equality Now" and other messages in support of the LGBT community and theater arts at a Clovis Unified School Board meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017. Several speakers protested the recent cancellation of a school play at Buchanan High during the public comment section of the meeting.

Get to know: Rod Geist, VP of Central Valley Community Banka s Old Town Clovis branch

Rod Geist is vice president and investment program manager for the Old Town Clovis branch of Central Valley Community Bank. Active in community activities, he also serves as co-chair of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce Chamber Gives Back committee.

Food truck in Clovis serves authentic flavors of South America

Robert Vieira of P&R Fusion holds a Chicharron Sandwich, one of several Peruvian offerings on P&R's menu. Robert Vieira, left, his wife, Patty, and their friend and line cook, Andrew Castellanos, work at P&R Fusion's food truck at Enzo's Table in Clovis.

Wild storm front leaves behind impressive Sierra rainfall totals

The Central San Joaquin Valley and neighboring High Sierra were enjoying a brief respite from a series of Pacific Storms that roared through the region Tuesday, leaving behind rainfall totals close to seasonal totals, along with storm damage in some areas. Some of the eye-popping totals recorded in the past 48 hours included .6.60 inches in Dinkey Creek; 5.39 inches at Wishon Dam; 3.91 inches at Grant Grove; and 4.44 inches at Tamarack Summit.

Drunken driver who hurt elderly couple gets probation after she admits shea s an alcoholic

A Clovis woman who admitted to causing a drunken-driving collision that seriously injured an elderly couple was sentenced Tuesday to five years of probation. Brittany Anne Allan, 28, apologized to the victims, Esteban and Helen Barajas, who attended Allan's sentencing hearing in Fresno County Superior Court.

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