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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
Gas line break shuts down parts of Shaw Avenue in Clovis

A ruptured gas line in Clovis forced the closure of portions of Shaw Avenue Wednesday, and PG&E officials worked to shut down the leaking gas. Clovis police spokesman Ty Wood said the gas leak forced detours on eastbound Shaw from Villa Avenue through Minnewawa Avenue, and on westbound Shaw from Clovis Avenue through Minnewawa.

Five Things To Do Today, Tuesday, Jan. 16 | Jazz, Comedy, hiking and more

Rick Helzer will discuss Wayne Shorter's contribution to the jazz scene, including his Blue Note recordings from the 1960s-70s and his work with Miles Davis and Art Blakey. Woodward Park Regional Library, 944 E. Perrin Ave., Fresno, 559-600-3135 , www.jazzfresno.org .

Clovis East, Reyburn Middle School closed Friday because of loose mercury

Clovis East High and Reyburn Middle School will be closed Friday after a student brought loose mercury on campus on Thursday. The campuses will be closed to allow for on-going assessment and clean-up of classrooms potentially impacted by the presence of loose mercury.

Martin Luther King Jr. events

Dr. Sudarshan Kapoor places carnations on the MLK statue during the Garlanding and Flower Ceremony for Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Friday, Jan. 15, 2016 at Courthouse Park in downtown Fresno.

Canal overflows, flooding homes in southeast Clovis

Pumps to carry canal water past culvert construction on Locan Avenue between Ashlan and Shields avenues were not turned on in time for a storage release, leading to flooding of some properties early Wednesday, Jan. 10. One resident, Val Wallerd, had her three horses and a donkey rescued by Heart of the Horse Ranch. Pumps to carry canal water past culvert construction on Locan Avenue between Ashlan and Shields avenues were not turned on in time for a storage release, leading to flooding of some properties early Wednesday, Jan. 10. One resident, Val Wallerd, had her three horses and a donkey rescued by Heart of the Horse Ranch.

Canal breeches its banks, triggering floods in Clovis

Pumps to carry canal water past culvert construction on Locan Avenue between Ashlan and Shields avenues were not turned on in time for a storage release, leading to flooding of some properties early Wednesday, Jan. 10. One resident, Val Wallerd, had her three horses and a donkey rescued by Heart of Horse Ranch's Guy Adams. Pumps to carry canal water past culvert construction on Locan Avenue between Ashlan and Shields avenues were not turned on in time for a storage release, leading to flooding of some properties early Wednesday, Jan. 10. One resident, Val Wallerd, had her three horses and a donkey rescued by Heart of Horse Ranch's Guy Adams.

Church members pray for thieves who stole a valuable trailer

Members of The Gathering Church say they are praying for the person or persons who stole a trailer containing items the church needs for its Sunday services, but they also hope they get their property back. The trailer - containing everything from sound equipment needed to a baptism pool - was taken last week.

The Board Room for Jan. 8

The Fresno Rotary Club awarded the following grants: $6,245.60 to Link Care for two servers; $5,000 to Dress for Success for office startup costs; $5,400 to Central California Adaptive Sports Center for a two-seater, 2wd/4wd utility vehicle for transportation to program sites; $7,800 to Breaking the Chains and $1,340 to Central Valley Justice Coalition for a laptop and tablet. The Save Mart Companies C.A.R.E.S. Foundation announced that FoodLink for Tulare County will receive a $7,528 grant and Community Food Bank of Fresno will receive $5,000.

4,000 mourners leave love notes at Clovis a Blue Christmasa house

Faith Hopkinsof Clovis puts a message in a box at Lori Clanton's home in the Cindy Lane neighborhood of Clovis in 2015. At a time when most of the homes in the neighborhood are covered in festive lights for the holidays, Clanton asks passers-by to pause to remember those who won't be with them this Christmas.

This house has a three-sided fireplace, wine cellar with vault and heated dog kennel

Sugarloaf Ranch, a nearly 5,000 square foot home, is nestled in the foothills northeast of Clovis. It features a three-sided fireplace, Idaho quartzite for the patio, dual staircases, a guest house, and wine cellar.

Clovis woman arrested for trying to smuggle drugs into jail, authorities say

Ashley Farmer, 32, is facing charges of smuggling narcotics into jail, possession of narcotics for sale and committing a crime while out on bail. Farmer was arrested earlier this month on drug related charges, and she later bailed out of jail.

Shea s back in jail after trying to smuggle cocaine to boyfriend, sheriff reports

A Clovis woman out on bail was booked on charges of trying to mail drugs to her boyfriend, who is in custody in the Fresno County Jail, the Fresno County Sheriff's Office reported. Sheriff's spokesman Tony Botti identified the woman as Ashley Farmer, 32. Farmer was arrested earlier in December on drug-related charges.

Herea s where to buy legal pot in the Valley after Jan. 1 a " and how it will work

Green Bean Pharm will expand from a medicinal cannabis delivery service to a full medical and recreational cannabis dispensary service after the law changes on Jan. 1. Green Bean Pharm will expand from a medicinal cannabis delivery service to a full medical and recreational cannabis dispensary service after the law changes on Jan. 1. Green Bean Pharm will expand from a medicinal cannabis delivery service to a full medical and recreational cannabis dispensary service after the law changes on Jan. 1. For the first time in more than 100 years, it will be legal in California to buy marijuana for recreational use. But that doesn't mean it will be easy to find - especially if you live in the central San Joaquin Valley.

Five Things To Do Today, Wednesday, Dec. 27 | Chinese dance, terrariums & bingo

Your last chance to catch the touring show featuring stunning visuals, choreography and music from China's 5,000-year history. Saroyan Theatre, 730 M St., Fresno, 800-745-3000 , www.ticketmaster.com , $83-$153.

Celebrations kick off Hmong New Year

Thousands turn out Tuesday, Dec. 26 for two weeklong celebrations in Fresno, the Hmong Cultural New Year Celebration at the fairgrounds and Hmong International New Year at Granite Park. Thousands turn out Tuesday, Dec. 26 for two weeklong celebrations in Fresno, the Hmong Cultural New Year Celebration at the fairgrounds and Hmong International New Year at Granite Park.

The need for donated blankets never ends for Fresno's Poverello House

Watch as Fresno's Poverello House quickly distributes donated blankets Friday, Dec 22, 2017. Shane Guthrey with Poverello House operations said if you have extra blankets, they are always needed, especially this season.

"Elf" starring Will Ferrell will be playing at The Crest Theatre

Valley favorites play holiday music to celebrate a cowboy Christmas. Visalia Fox Theatre, 300 W. Main St., Visalia, 559-625-1369, www.foxvisalia.org , $15-$30.

Live piano music relaxes hurried travelers at the Fresno airport over the holidays

Pianist Beniamin Hakobyan sees music as a way to bring peace to those waiting for their flights at Fresno Yosemite International Airport. Pianist Beniamin Hakobyan sees music as a way to bring peace to those waiting for their flights at Fresno Yosemite International Airport.

Clovis teens buy Christmas presents for foster youth

Clovis North High School students from Cliff Nitschke's AP government class donated money and time for a shopping trip benefiting 13 foster children. The students went to Target to pick out the gifts.

Teens arena t selfish, says teacher. His class bought foster kids Christmas presents

A group of Clovis teenagers recently spent one happy evening sipping coffees together and browsing stores in north Fresno. They loaded carts with clothes, makeup, shoes and video games - all for total strangers.

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