Schools finishing with a flurry

By Penny Bailey: Clovis Municipal Schools It is the end of the school year, and you would think things were winding down, but I found the opposite to be true. I have attended so many events at our schools, I’ve hardly had time to breathe. Every event has been absolutely fantastic, and I have to […]

Ah, it’s a gorgeous day in Robert Lee, Texas

By Curtis K. Shelburne: Religion columnist I just had a phone call from my two-years-younger brother. Helpful and concerned for my welfare as brothers always are, Jim wanted me to know how much he is enjoying an absolutely gorgeous day sitting on the porch of our grandparents’ old house in Robert Lee, Texas, and taking […]

Cannon Briefs May 2

The Community Center holds monthly Project Cheer events at The End Zone: Open Mic Night, KAUF (Knowledge of Absolutely Useless Facts) Night, Chess/Old Skool Gaming Night and various other events. Information: www.projectcheer.org or 784-6381.

Cannon Briefs April 25

The Community Center holds monthly Project Cheer events at The End Zone: Open Mic Night, KAUF (Knowledge of Absolutely Useless Facts) Night, Chess/Old Skool Gaming Night and various other events. Information: www.projectcheer.org or 784-6381. Now hiring — Services HRO Office hours are 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.Current positions open: Life guards, cooks, waiters, food service workers, […]

Tifa

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Name: Tifa, she is a Rottweiler About: She is about two years old and still very much a puppy…. She insists she is a lap dog! She loves to play with our kids, with her rope ties and wrestle… When she absolutely wants attention she oozes into our lap, with half of her body still […]

Christ’s sacrifice Is indeed all-sufficient

By Curtis K. Shelbure: Religion columnist A friend e-mailed me a few days ago for help in finding the source of a quotation from C. S Lewis.   Whatever the source, it’s vintage Lewis: “When a man is getting better, he understands more and more clearly the evil that is still left in him. When […]

For Christians, forgiving is never optional

Curtis Shelburne The Apostle Peter once came to Jesus with a question: “Lord, how often do I have to forgive?” (Luke 18:21) “Lord,” he seems to be saying, “I’m a reasonable man. I want to do the right thing. If my brother keeps sinning against me, how many times do I let it go by? […]

It’s OK to do good

By Curtis Shelburne: CNJ columnist “Teacher,” John the Apostle said to Jesus, “we saw a man driving out demons in your name and we told him to stop, because he was not one of us.” (Mark 9:38). The disciples were royally ticked. They were absolutely indignant, and who can blame them? They’d discovered a fellow […]

Don’t settle for too little too soon

Curtis S. Shelburne One summer years ago while I was the visiting preacher for a loving and lovely little church in Indiana, one of the leaders there took my son Jeffrey and me out for a round of golf. (It was about the last time I played, I think.) Indiana is a beautiful state filled […]