Local Sports

Local teams claim flag football titles

By Kevin Wilson DEPUTY EDITOR kwilson@cnjonline.com A pair of teams with area athletes claimed top honors in this weekend’s Hike It and Spike It 4-on-4 Flag Football Tournament, held at the Cielo Grande Recreation Complex in Roswell. The C Cats won the 17-18 men’s division and the Felons the 19-24 men’s division in the tournament, […]

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Opinion

Sloan: What’s in a name? I say destiny

With commencements, dust and ethanol co-mingling in the fragrant High Plains air, it’s time for another speculation about the impact names have on graduates’ Destiny. In potential couplings, will: • Ace-Ventura bond over Jim Carrey movies? • Moore-Bacon have cholesterol problems? • Poore-Sap declare bankruptcy caused by Flye-by-Knight contractors? • Rather-Grim’s union be mirthless? • […]

Arrowsmith: Efficient or not, Uncle Sam will come for you

In case you missed it last week, Oregon is about to embark on a first-in-the-nation program that aims to charge car owners not for the fuel they use, but for the miles they drive. Starting July 1, up to 5,000 volunteers in Oregon can sign up to drive with devices that collect data on how […]

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Faith and Lifestyles

Our people: Accountant lives a scout’s life

John Schonberger grew up in south Philadelphia. He enjoyed music and dancing. He played the saxophone in his high school band at La Salle College High School and he later became a mummer for the annual Mummers Parade — held each New Year’s Day in Philadelphia — for three years. Schonberger married his wife, Elizabeth […]

Takes a lifetime to prepare for being old

Bette Davis once said “Old age ain’t no place for sissies.” Since developing back and hip problems I can relate. Things don’t move like they once did; if I get down on the floor it’s not a certainty I’ll get right back up, and getting out of bed the morning after a day of physical […]

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