Abundant Life Worship Center is planning a “Ladies Night Out.” It will be held at the Armadillo Grill at Crossroads on Friday, May 4th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Come for dinner. Enjoy the comedy skit “At the Feet of Jesus.”
Northwestern State University has earned the 2018-19 Military Friendly School designation from Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs. This is Northwestern State’s eighth time to receive the designation. “Northwestern State is honored to once again be recognized as a military friendly school,” said NSU Vice President for Technology, Research and Economic Development Dr. Darlene Williams. “This distinction can be attributed to the outstanding faculty and staff at NSU who view it as a privilege to serve our military through the offering of exceptional academic programs and support services.”
This edition of The Journal is coming to you from “the road.” The whole editorial staff is spending a week in Denver on a super-secret assignment. First time entering the mountains was driving north through Raton Pass from New Mexico into Colorado.
Friday night we went to a Cubs game at Coors Field. It was a long walk in thin air (elevation 5280 ft.) but made it OK. Cubs prevailed in a cold rain. The scoreboard showed 37 degrees but Cubs bats were hot! Final was Cubs 16 and Rockies 5. Local news station called the Rockies “embarrassed” by the Cubs.
Woke up Saturday morning to a light dusting of snow, but the reporting went on, snow or no snow. Looked nice to someone from the south. Snow lasted most of the day in 39 degrees.
By Sunday afternoon the sun had returned and the temperature was in the 60s. No chance to get back to Coors Field, cheap seats gone. Cubs won on Sunday and split the series 2 games to 1.