CNJ Staff reports
Freedom New Mexico The U.S. Department of Agriculture has authorized livestock producers in Curry, Lea and Roosevelt counties to graze their cattle on land enrolled in conservation programs. According to a memorandum issued Wednesday, the department authorized a 30-day use of CRP lands for grazing by livestock producers who lost pasture or fences due to […]
USAF photo: Greg Allen Senior Airman Nathan Rogers, right, 27th SOW Honor Guard, watches as Edward Noll, a member of American Veterans, Post 14 practices the proper techniques in flag folding for military funeral honors. By Greg Allen: 27th SOW Public Affairs Honor guardsmen from Cannon teamed up with American Veterans Post members in Clovis […]
By Airman 1st Class Elliott Sprehe: 27th SOW Public Affairs The 27th Special Operations Group earned the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award recently for the period from Oct. 1, 2006 to Sept. 30, 2008. The wear of the award is authorized for any airman who, during any portion of the award period, was assigned to […]
By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist They tell me I may very well have been the last authorized “civilian” allowed to go over the now-closed Hull Street Bridge.
CNJ staff A Clovis man who failed to return from a medical furlough from jail earlier this week was captured late Thursday night, according to the district attorney. Jonathon Shane May, 32, was arrested without incident about 11 p.m. on Dawn Loop, District Attorney Matt Chandler said. A warrant was issued for May on Wednesday […]
By Staff Sgt. Monique Randolph: Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs WASHINGTON — Now that the airman battle uniform is on the shelves of some military clothing sales stores, Air Force uniform officials here released a revised ABU wear policy message Sept. 5 to ensure airmen are aware of the standards for the new […]