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Nominate An Exceptional Person

It's time to nominate that special student, family or staff member involved with Clovis Unified School District who's a hard worker and dedicated to students with special needs. 

The Special Education Community Advisory Committee is accepting nominations until February 15th. Download the form from the Special Education Department .

A reception will be March 21st at 7p.m. for the 24 people chosen from the nominations district-wide. 

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14th Annual Matt Mueller Blood Drive January 23rd

14th Annual Matt Mueller Blood Drive January 23rd

Reminder: Buchanan High School's Leadership program is hosting the 14th annual Matt Mueller Memorial Blood Drive from 10am-7pm on January 23rd in the multi purpose room of the high school.

Every donor will get a T-shirt, discount coupons and a free BBQ dinner.

Matt Mueller was the school's first activities director and originator of this blood drive. He passed away in September, 2000. 

The American Association of Blood Centers recognizes this as one of the largest blood drives in the Central Valley. 

Have a Safe & Happy New Year!

Have a Safe & Happy New Year!

Governor Brown Appoints First Ever Hmong Superior Court Judge

Governor Brown Appoints First Ever Hmong Superior Court Judge

Governor Jerry Brown announced the appointment of Paul C. Lo to the judgeship in the Merced County Superior Court.

Lo of Merced, earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law and has been practicing law since 1994.

Lo fills the vacancy created by the retired Judge Hugh Flanagan.

According to the Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Lo is the first Hmong American to ever be appointed judge in the United States.

The 45-year-old Democrat will earn $181,292 per year.

Merry Christmas from KMPH Fox 26 & KFRE CW 59

Merry Christmas from KMPH Fox 26 & KFRE CW 59

Kohl's Open 100 Hours Straight

For the first time ever, Kohl’s will keep its doors open for more than 100 hours straight – beginning at 6 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 20 through 6 p.m. on Christmas Eve, Tuesday, Dec. 24.

 “The holiday season is an eventful time for families, and Kohl’s is making it easy for shoppers to wrap up their last- minute gift giving with 24-hour access to Kohl’s stores right up to Christmas Eve,” said Michelle Gass, Kohl’s chief customer officer. “Not only does Kohl’s have the hottest gifts at incredible prices, now shoppers will have the added benefit of being able to check off their lists, day or night, whenever it is most convenient for them.” 

Protecting Pets In These Freezing Temperatures

We are experiencing freezing temperatures this week in the Central Valley region.  The Central California Animal Disaster Team offers these important tips to keep your pets healthy, safe and well during the winter weather and if you travel in areas where there is snow. 

§                     Keep your pets inside - when possible when freezing weather occurs. If you have to take them out, stay outside with them. If it is too cold for you, it is too cold for them.