Education column: Yucca family night makes math fun

By Penny Bailey: Clovis Municipal Schools Have you ever had a fun filled evening doing math? Well, until the other night, I would have answered this question with a big no. So, what happened? It was Family Math Night at Yucca. I entered the halls of Yucca with great hesitation as math was never my […]

Meals program fights costs with bubbles

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Christ can sustain fragile lives despite upheaval

By Judy Brandon: Religion columnist I saw some neighbor kids the other day having a great time on a hot day. They were standing in a wading pool. But the fun came as each tried to capture bubbles coming from a bubble machine set up on the sidewalk nearby. Bubbles were everywhere and the squealing […]

As world changes, Christ’s love stays constant

By Judy Brandon: CNJ Religion Columnist When I was a child, one of the things I liked best was bubbles. Yes, the old kind in a jar with the plastic blower within. In Kansas City, Mo., Susie and I always had Soapy Bubbles. I don’t think there is such a thing anymore, but the Soapy […]

Moments in time delicate as soap bubbles

By Judy Brandon: Local columnist Bubbles in bottles have been around for a long, long time. That is a big game with kids … blowing bubbles and then trying to catch or pop them. A bubble that is giant, wobbly and delicate disappears in an instant because it is so fragile. It’s like time because […]

Jesus’ love constant

By Judy Brandon It is getting that time again. May always brings graduation and suddenly parents feel the pinch of an empty house. This only verifies that time passes and sometimes it hurts. The passing of time is like playing with bubbles. I ran into a sale the other day and stocked my “bubble cabinet” […]