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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.

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Free Pancake Day

Free Pancake Day

IHOP® restaurants are celebrating the tenth anniversary of National Pancake Day on March 3, 2015, once again offering one free short stack of their famous buttermilk pancakes to guests to enjoy in our restaurants in the hopes that they will pay it forward by making a voluntary donation to their local Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, Shriners Hospital for Children, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society or other local charities.

Participating IHOP Restaurants plan to give away millions of free pancakes,” from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Tuesday, March 3 to celebrate this “Decade of Giving”.

More than 1,500 IHOP restaurants across the United States will participate in this beloved annual event which, to date, has raised $16 million for charity. All of the donations raised stay within the communities, helping provide lifesaving treatment and equipment for local sick and injured children.

Blood Drive & Marrow Registry Feb 23-28

Blood Drive & Marrow Registry Feb 23-28

Tulare Sci-Fi Con II March 7-8

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Honoring Our Veterens

Honoring Our Veterens

Honor our Veterans on Thursday, February 26, 2015, from 10:00 to 11:00 am at the Clovis Senior Activity Center.  

You are invited to join in the celebration paying tribute then to our men and women who have kept us safe here in the United States these many years.

African American Student Leadership Conference

Uniting hundreds of students from across the Valley, the 8th annual African American Student Leadership Conference at Clovis North High School on Tuesday, February 24 aims ignite bright futures for all in attendance.

Seventh through twelfth grade students from Central Unified, Clovis Unified, Fresno Unified, Hanford West High School and, for the first time, Madera Unified will convene at the Performing Arts Center on the Clovis North campus for the innovative leadership conference.

This year’s theme is “IGNITE: Your Dreams and Your Future” and is designed to educate, inspire, and encourage students to achieve academic excellence and cultivate positive cultural and social change.

Live Town Hall Thursday: What Can We Do About Gangs?

Live Town Hall Thursday: What Can We Do About Gangs?

What can the Fresno area do about gangs and the violence they bring to our communities?

After the senseless killing of little Janessa Ramirez, that's the question a lot of people are asking.

KMPH Fox26 News is working with community groups and the Fresno Police Gang Task Force to put together a town hall meeting on gangs Thursday at 7:00 p.m.

You can watch it live on the Central Valley's CW KFRE 59 or streaming online on KMPH.com.

Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer, Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims, Pastor B.T. Lewis from Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church, and outreach worker Ernie Rodriguez will lead our discussion.

KMPH Fox26 News Anchor Monty Torres will be the moderator and dozens of gang outreach workers and former gang members will be in the audience and will answer and ask questions of the panel.