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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
Screw the frap, Clovis Donuts has unicorn doughnuts

By now you've probably heard of Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino , but Clovis has its own versions of the unicorn trend - and these ones have actual horns. The Starbucks drink is a trendy concoction of sweet pink and sour blue ingredients, topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with "fairy powder" - whatever that is.

Gunfire sensors credited with quick arrest in Fresno rampage

Pastor Tim Rolen, left, of New Hope Community Church in Clovis, kneels to pray with other church leaders at the site where Mark Gassett was shot and killed in Tuesday's triple-homicide, during a prayer walk in Fresno, Calif., on Thursday, April 20, 2017. Pastors and church leaders from the Pastor Clusters of the Fresno/Clovis area traced the route of the alleged killer, holding prayers at the location of each victim In this July 6, 2015 photo, Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer introduces the ShotSpotter gunshot detection system during a press conference at police headquarters in Fresno, Calif.

'He didn't deserve this': Victims of Fresno shooter remembered

The three victims of a gunman police said was targeting white people in downtown Fresno on Tuesday, and the security guard he's accused of killing days earlier, were fathers, sons, brothers and friends. They were also strangers who happened to be of the same race, and to suspected gunman Kori Ali Muhammad , that was enough to target them, according to police.

Blood drive is Thursday in memory of motel security guard allegedly killed by rampage shooter

A blood drive will be Thursday in memory of Carl Allen Williams III, the 25-year-old security guard who was shot to death while on duty at a Motel 6 in central Fresno last week. Williams' sister, Crystal Shirkey, said her brother "was the kindest soul" who worked two full-time jobs and had recently been promoted in both jobs in the weeks before his death.

Victims are mourned after racially motivated shootings in Fresno

A man wanted in the slaying of a motel security guard set out to kill as many white people as he could, gunning down three men on the streets of downtown Fresno before he was captured and admitted to the killings, the city's police chief said Tuesday. Tom Wait reports.

Florida tests bacteria-infected mosquitoes to kill off bugs

The U.S. health agency made this call in a commentary published by the U.S. JAMA Neurology in response to two recent studies in Brazil, which show that seizures and epilepsy are being reported in some infants with congenital Zika virus infection. Federal health officials writing in a medical journal on Monday urged doctors to be on the lookout for Zika-related seizures and epilepsy among infants born to mothers infected with the virus while pregnant.

Shooting-rampage victim: Husband, father of little kids and a good guya

Zackary Randalls was on his first ride-along Tuesday as a newly hired Pacific Gas & Electric employee, riding in the passenger seat of a company truck. That assignment came to a sudden and stunning end: Randalls, 34, who lives in Clovis, was struck by bullets when gunman Kori Ali Muhammad allegedly fired a gun into the utility truck from the passenger side on Van Ness Avenue.

A pastor and a geneticist hunt for the DNA of Jesus with help from History TV

What he found is a secret, but a two-hour TV show about the quest will be shown on History at 9 p.m. Sunday. Basile is the lead pastor of Encounter Road Church in Clovis and Visalia.

Thumbs up, thumbs down: Valley principals dance, prance for student scholarships

Thumbs up to the winners of the Spanish-language lip sync contest sponsored by the Fresno Latino Rotary Club. The first-place principals who received scholarship prizes for their students were Robert Perez of Central High School, $2,500, large-school division; and Lisa Whitworth, Farmersville High School, $2,000, small-school division.

Valley Children's Hospital gets a special Easter surprise

Sirens had a sweet meaning Friday morning as they helped lead The Easter Bunny along with Fresno and Clovis first responders through the doors and into the halls of Valley Children's Hospital to deliver stuffed animals and toys to patients of all ages. Alfredo "Freddy" Zamora III has been in the hospital off and on his entire life.

Thunderstorm warning issued for east Fresno and Clovis

A thunderstorm warning was issued at 5 p.m. Thursday by the National Weather Service for east Fresno and Clovis. Ominous-looking gray and black clouds filled the sky; some residents reported seeing flashes of lightning.

Ritaa s opens its first Italian ice, frozen custard shop in Fresno

Rita's of Fresno sells frozen custard similar to soft serve that comes from a machine and the hand-scooped frozen pictured here. The new shop at 1102 E. Champlain Drive, next to Five Restaurant at Perrin Avenue, is the first Fresno location of the dessert shop.

Easter Bunny shakes his tail in Fresno cake walk

One hundred fifty children got to dance with the Easter Bunny and also enjoy crafts, games, and face painting at the Catholic Charities Easter Basket Giveaway on Saturday, April 8, 2017, in Fresno. San Joaquin Memorial High School students helped give away Easter baskets and a bag lunch to the pre-selected families.

Concert review: Fresnoa s Blazfest is family gathering for rock fans

Sick Puppies bassist Emma Anzai performs with the band at the Fresno Fairgrounds' Paul Paul Theater during Blazefest, the radio rock festival from 105.1 FM, the Blaze, on Saturday, April 8, 2017. As Lions frontman Austin Dickinsen performs with the band at the Fresno Fairgrounds' Paul Paul Theater during Blazefest, the radio rock festival from 105.1 FM, the Blaze, on Saturday, April 8, 2017.

Doctors meet in Fresno to discuss air pollution and climate change

Fawn Olvera, 68, of Clovis, uses a nebulizer machine to inhale her medicine to help her breathe in her living room on Thursday, April 6, 2017. Olvera has asthma, and air pollution makes it worse.

Lack of funds leads to possible cancellation of Clovis fireworks show

A Clovis Fourth of July fireworks show that has been running for 17 years may not be operating this year. Clovis Kiwanis Club announced Wednesday that Freedom Fest, hosted at Clovis High School's Lamonica Stadium, will not be funded by their main sponsor.

Asthma sufferer's quality of life affected by Valley air

Asthma sufferer Fawn Olvera, 68, of Clovis, wears a mask to go outside and uses a nebulizer machine to inhale her medicine to help her breathe in the Valley's polluted air. Water backs up on Palm Avenue at Clinton Avenue in Fresno on Friday, April 7, 2016.

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