Commentary: Resiliency from a Cannon perspective

By Command Chief Master Sgt. Matthew M. Caruso, 27th Special Operations Wing When it comes to the concept of resiliency and how it relates to our people at Cannon, strength and determination are words that come to mind. I consider resiliency to be a major factor in how our airmen get through rough times and […]

In tribute: Homemaker remembered for spirit, determination

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Courtesy photo Arnetta Foster died Oct. 4, 2009 at age 85. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Her soft, welcoming voice, kind generous spirit, determination and attention to detail are but some of the things her family remembers about Arnetta Foster. Foster, 85, died Oct. 4, 2009, in Clovis. She was the matriarch of the […]

9/15 Letters to the editor

Civilization should coexist with wildlife I just wanted to thank Susan Hubby and her associates for taking the time to save and relocate the prairie dogs. What a wonderful and caring person. Prairie dogs are getting a bad rap, along with coyotes, pigeons and trash-raiding bears. What’s wrong with this picture? We humans are taking […]