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About: clovis, california

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
Earthquake: 3.0 quake strikes near Pizona, Calif.

A shallow magnitude 3.0 earthquake was reported Thursday morning near Pizona, Calif., about 30 miles east of Lee Vining, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 9:02 a.m. PDT at a depth of 0.6 miles.

Fire consumes Shaw Avenue commercial building in Clovis

Fire crews pour water on a commercial fire at Peach and Shaw avenues in Clovis on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017. Fire crews pour water on a commercial fire at Peach and Shaw avenues in Clovis on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017.

Wearing a red ribbon to signify a drug-free life a " and honor a brave DEA agent

Joseph Youngblood, right, marches with other Weldon Elementary fourth graders through Old Town Clovis to take a stand against drugs, in celebration of Red Ribbon Week in 2016. Joseph Youngblood, right, marches with other Weldon Elementary fourth graders through Old Town Clovis to take a stand against drugs, in celebration of Red Ribbon Week in 2016.

Casino City's Friday Five: Flush with cash edition

There have been so many huge wins this week, both online and off, that we've barely had time to report on anything else. We're really not sure what makes all these enviable jackpots drop at once, but we do know we wish we were the ones playing when they did.

Commercial leases and developments for Oct. 13

Phil Souza, Jeremy Reed, Jessica Young and Luke Tessman were the agents. 2,909 square feet of office space at 45 River Park Place West, Suite 102 from Eagle Mortgage to Century 21 M&M and Associates.

Opioid abuse is a biggest problema facing Fresno and Clovis, panelist says

From left, panelists Dr. Peter Abaci, Dr. Michael Habibe, PAIN founder Flindt Anderson and Fresno County District Attorney Lisa Smittcamp discuss prescription drug abuse during a town hall meeting at The People's Church in northeast Fresno, California on Monday, Oct. 9, 2017. Two doctors, the Fresno County District Attorney and a former opioid addict took on what they say is the growing problem of prescription painkiller addiction in Fresno County during a town hall meeting Monday night at The People's Church in northeast Fresno.

Success for popular coffee housea s first drive-thru could be grounds for more

Kuppa Joy Coffee House has opened its first drive-thru coffee kiosk at the southwest corner of Herndon and Cedar avenues. They call it the Joy Thru and it launched Monday.

Meeting over Clovis racially charged messages Thursday night

Clovis Unified School District is holding a meeting Thursday night about racially demeaning messages that have been posted in social media. The public is invited to the meeting at 6 p.m. in the Clovis High School cafeteria, 1055 Fowler Ave. The messages came to the public's attention last Friday when a girl tweeted out screenshots that showed a conversation on Snapchat discussing "slaves."

He connected elderly car buyers with sellers a " and cheated both out of millions, DMV says

Investigators from the state Department of Motor Vehicles arrested car broker Scott Radtke of Clovis for allegedly defrauding elderly customers and others, according to charges filed in Fresno. Radtke, 55, owns California Motoring Co.

5 Things To Do Today, Wednesday, Oct. 4 | The fair returns, a Elvisa and an art show

Good times are back featuring corn dogs and cinnamon rolls, exhibits and carnival games and rides. Country singer Chris Young kicks off the Table Mountain Concert Series.

Interview with Clovis student who outed racially demeaning messages found on Snapchat

The Clovis Unified student who revealed racially demeaning messages posted by fellow students visited The Fresno Bee on Tuesday, Oct. 3, to talk about her story. She was joined by her father.

Valley residents caught in the gunfire at Las Vegas concert

Local country music fans were among the thousands of terrified concert goers who ran for cover when a gunman opened fire on a music festival in Las Vegas on Sunday. The death toll from the Route 91 Music Festival stands at 58 as of midmorning Monday.

Clovis students involved in a racially chargeda messages, superintendent says

Part of a conversation on Snapchat appears to show its users discussing black Americans by using demeaning language and images. The Clovis Unified School District said it is investigation after becoming aware the message might have come by students in its district.

P.E. teacher jailed in choking of students with jump rope

A P.E. teacher was arrested after the Fresno County Sheriff's Office said he choked students with a jump rope at Herndon Barstow Elementary. Peter Samhammer, 64, of Clovis, was arrested on four felony counts of child abuse, the Sheriff's Office said Friday.

Commercial leases and developments for Sept. 29

Terri Giovacchini was the agent in cooperation with Harold Zinkin of Commercial West Associates. 2,489 square feet at 6504 N. Blackstone Ave. from Soss Family Trust to Sunny Skys Smog.

Do dogs truly love us? How to fix Bulldog Stadium. Cooking up a clown conspiracy

It's Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017. Welcome to your Morning Scoop of fresh headlines and general good stuff.

A group of county workers says goodbye to downtown Fresno, hello to Clovis

Fresno's historic Rowell Building, photographed Monday, Sept. 25, 2017 at Tulare Street and Van Ness Avenue, will become home to the Fresno County District Attorney's Office next year.

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