All creatures could use comfort

Twas the day before Christmas and boy was it cold I broke ice on the tanks and scattered feed on the snow The cattle all came to the pickup’s horn and grabbed the feed in great hungry bites Then down from the trees flew a bunch of little birds They joined the cows and I […]

Fowl creatures abound at Roosevelt poultry show

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Freedom New Mexico: Argen Duncan Steven Beaty of Roosevelt County with one of his 200 bantam chickens. He has organized a bantam show Saturday at the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds Pavilion. By Argen Duncan: Freedom New Mexico Why did the chicken cross the road? Maybe it was to get to the Roosevelt County Bantam Show. Organizer […]

Change: Like it or not, it’s a matter of attitude

By Curtis K. Shelburne: CNJ columnist It finally happened. Last Friday at 1:47 p.m. Something I’ve been dreading for ten years or so. I finally hit the optometric wall. Bifocals. Every time I’d see the guy, once every year or two or whenever his nurse would strong-arm me into coming in for an actual appointment […]

“Make Me a God!” Is a Strange But Common Request

By Curtis K. Shelburne “Make me a god!” It seems like such a strange request — until we realize how often we probably make this same request ourselves. Israel’s children were waiting in the desert at the foot of Mt. Sinai. Moses had been summoned up the mountain by God himself. Jehovah was about to […]