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Clovis Rodeo Ticket Office Is Open

Clovis Rodeo Ticket Office Is Open

You can now buy your tickets in person at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds box office for the 101st Clovis Rodeo. The 101st Clovis Rodeo takes place April 23-26, 2015 with four-days of hoof pounding rodeo action and back to back concerts.

The box office located at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds at 748 Rodeo Drive, south of Fifth Street, just off of Clovis Avenue. Fans can buy tickets in-person 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily Monday through Friday. Box office hours will be extended in April.

The Clovis Rodeo will include back to back concerts for rodeo fans attending the Thursday and Friday night performances. Immediately following the opening of the 101st Clovis Rodeo and the PBR Bull Riding Touring Pro Division on Thursday, April 23 will be the country rock sound of Parmalee. Rising star Frankie Ballard will entertain Friday Night rodeo fans with a little “Sunshine and Whiskey” on April 24.

World Ag Expo Comes To Tulare

World Ag Expo Comes To Tulare

It is that time of year when the world of agriculture decends upon Tulare to share the latest technology, goods, and ideas for all in the ag world.

This is open to the public. People come from around the world for this!

Here's everything you need to know about the 2015 World Ag Expo.

Heidi Watney In Town For Grizzlies Hot Stove Gala

Heidi Watney In Town For Grizzlies Hot Stove Gala

         The Fresno Grizzlies will host the 54th annual Hot Stove Gala at the Fresno Convention Center, featuring special guests Harold Reynolds, Rex Hudler, Brad Mills and the announcement of MLB Network studio host and reporter Heidi Watney. The 2015 Gala on Saturday, February 7th begins at 5:00 p.m. and features a silent auction, a three-course dinner with wine, raffle prizes, as well as the opportunity for photographs and autographs with the special guests, and the ability to participate in the evenings question-and-answer session.

Record Setting Business at Fresno Yosemite Int'l Airport

2014 was the busiest ever with passenger traffic at Fresno Yosemite Airport  as 1,443,026 arriving and departing passengers passed through the airport. That beats 2013’s record-breaking passenger traffic.

“This steady growth represents a positive trend for Fresno that is not occurring at many of our peer airports. Airlines are restructuring their routes across the country and many communities are experiencing reductions in service”, Director of Aviation Kevin Meikle said. However, FAT has not been immune to the airline restructuring. Fortunately though, it has not been hurt by it either. United Airlines discontinued all service to Las Vegas in September, only to have Allegiant Air respond with additional flights.

Job Fair - Clovis Unified School District

If you are looking for a job in the education field, and would like to work with a nationally recognized school district, here's some important information for you.

CUSD teacher job fair is February 6

Clovis Unified expects to hire an increasing number of new single- and multi-subject teachers due to reducing class sizes and student enrollment growth in the coming school year. CUSD is hosting a teacher job fair on Feb. 6. Current or aspiring teachers are encouraged to register immediately for one of a limited number of interview slots available at the Feb. 6 event. Pre-registration is required.

Click HERE for all the information you need.

Small Businesses Saturday

Small Businesses Saturday

It's Small Business Saturday! 

A day to remember to buy local - keeping your money in our local economy - keeping our neighbors employed. The merchants in Old Town Clovis have a lot of perks, and exciting reasons to shop there. Have fun finding what you need, and helping your community.

One Enchanted Evening!

One Enchanted Evening!

 One Enchanted Evening is one of Old Town’s most anticipated events! Thousands of people come down to enjoy the old-fashioned holiday open house. This year’s event will be held Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 5 to 8pm.
 
     There will be groups of Carolers to lift your spirits with their holiday songs; hot chocolate made specially by groups of Santa’s elves (aka Bank of the Sierra); and cozy shops wrapped up in their holiday best. Luminaries will light the way through the dark of the night and horse drawn carriage rides add to the magic of this special event.

Free horse-drawn carriage rides, caroling by Gold Note, Jubilation Singers, Ovation Girls Choir, and Voices United. Two for the Road will provide Cowboy and Celtic music.