God’s perfect love drives away all fear

“There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear . . .” (1 John 4:18). The little fellow standing on the corner of the street, just down at the end of the block from San Jacinto Elementary School and his second grade class, was trying to be “a big boy,” but the […]

Blood drives being held

CNJ staff United Blood Services of Lubbock is holding two blood drives next week in Curry County. Drives are scheduled for 3:45 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Texico Fire Department Administration Building, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday Clovis Community College. Donors must be 16 or older (younger than 18 require parental […]

Arizona shooting highlights division in nation

Clyde Davis It is curious how quickly we forget. I have come to realize, during this past week of social studies with my eighth-graders, that most of them have a difficult time grasping the depths and details of tightly mandated segregation, and to some extent, the prejudice which drives it. I say “to some extent” […]

Kiser drives in five runs as Clovis gains split

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Staff photo: Andy DeLisle Clovis High’s Elena Wimberly tags out Roswell’s Amber Sosa as she slides into third base CNJ staff Jarod Kiser drove in five runs as Clovis beat Hobbs 11-5 in the second game of a summer league doubleheader Thursday at Bell Park. Hobbs won the opener 19-5. Kiser’s bases-loaded triple keyed a […]

Gas prices still on rise

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Unleaded gas is pretty much $3 a gallon as people fill up their vehicles Thursday at the Town & Country at the corner of Llano Estacado Boulevard and Prince Street. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer In the wake of the recent level-4 hurricane that wrecked local offshore gasoline production and […]

God’s Perfect Love Drives Away All Fear

By Curtis K. Shelburne There is no fear in love. But perfect love drives out fear — 1 John 4:18 The little fellow standing on the corner of the street, just down at the end of the block from San Jacinto Elementary School and his second-grade class, was trying to be a “big boy,” but […]