ENMU students participate in Spain archaeological dig

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Courtesy photo: Ethan Ortega Eastern New Mexico University archeology student Ethan Ortega uncovered the first intact piece of pottery of the summer at the excavation site for the pre-Roman civilization, the Vaccea. Ortega discovered the one-month summer program when he started researching student field work on the Internet. Alisa Boswell Two Eastern New Mexico University […]

TRICARE beneficiaries encouraged to review new dietary guidelines

FALLS CHURCH, Va. — New dietary guidelines released by officials from the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Agriculture urge Americans to increase physical activity, reduce sodium intake, choose foods that provide more potassium and opt for water instead of soft drinks. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which are issued […]

Cowboys have different resolutions

We all are encouraged to make New Year’s resolutions. From what I’ve been reading it seems most “regular” folks are resolving mainly to lose weight and exercise more. Cowboy promises are different. When I asked my lanky friend Wilford about his, he thought a bit and then asked, “You mean it’s a new year already?” […]

Veterans encouraged to submit stop loss claims

American Forces Press Service SAN ANTONIO — In working closely with the Office of the Secretary of Defense staff on a congressional action involving veterans submitting claims for Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay, major command and wing level officials are working to inform veterans who were affected by stop loss. Eligible airmen include those who […]

Employees encouraged to cash in on ideas

By Maj. Jennifer S. Spires: Air Force Office of Business Transformation ARLINGTON, Va. — Highlighting a new Department of Defense-led program designed to produce money-saving ideas that improve the way the DOD operates, Air Force Undersecretary and chief management officer Erin C. Conaton is encouraging civilian and military employees to share their ideas online at […]

Airmen encouraged to complete survey

By Tech. Sgt. Phyllis Hanson: Secretary of the Air Force Public Affairs “Your opinion matters” is the view of Air Force officials on the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” survey released July 7 to more than 98,000 randomly selected active-duty Air Force, Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve members. Selected airmen have received an e-mail […]

Press Release: Pioneer Days parade call for floats

The annual Pioneer Days Parade is just around the corner, promising another colorful celebration on Main Street, Saturday, June 5th starting at 10:00 a.m. Community organizations and business are encouraged to be a parade participant this year.

AFAF donations encouraged

By 27th SOW Public Affairs In today’s economy a return of 300 percent on your investment would be considered awesome by anybody’s standards. That’s the type of return Cannon airmen received from last year’s Air Force Assistance Fund. In 2009 Cannon contributed nearly $33,000 to the AFAF and received $127,000 in assistance from a program […]

Timeline established for land use study

Freedom New Mexico The first public meeting Thursday in the Joint Land Use Study process for Cannon Air Force Base and Curry and Roosevelt counties provided a timeline for the study and encouraged public participation. Project Manager Catherine Roupe of Colorado company HDR Inc., which is working on the study under contract with Curry County, […]

Feb. 22, 2009 Club notes

Fairfield Extension Club Fairfield Extension Club met Feb. 13 at the First Christian Church at 10 a.m. Host was Jean Harding. Amy Armenta called the meeting to order with 16 members present. Sharon Ragland showed a baby quilt and a western chimes. Huggie bears were stuffed. Door prizes were won by Mary Winkles and Martha […]

Airmen encouraged to volunteer

USAF photo: Airman 1st Class Maynelinne De La Cruz Master Sgt. Charles Siroin, left, and Master Sgt. Richard Keely, 27th Special Operations Wing Safety Office, stand beside their Voluntary Protection Program banner outside the medical clinic. 27th SOW Public Affairs Office Cannon’s involvement in the Voluntary Protection Program is still on the upswing, as the […]

Hounds encouraged

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo ENMU’s Reggie Butler, left, and Randall Hutchinson tackle West Texas A&M running back Wayne McKnight during the second quarter of Saturday’s Lone Star Conference South Division game at Greyhound Stadium. By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — Dealing with the elements, not to mention the fourth-ranked team in NCAA […]

McCain strategy brings optimism to race forefront

Freedom New Mexico In a disappointing presidential campaign, we were encouraged this week by Sen. John McCain’s announced economic plan. If we squint, it almost looks like a conservative Republican platform we vaguely recall associating with that party. As far as it goes, it’s pretty good. We wish it went further. But it’s considerably more […]

April 19, 1921

Car thieves were targeting a carnival in town. Cars were stolen on two successive nights. One was recovered, but had been stripped of parts. … As workers paved the north end of Main Street, The Clovis Journal encouraged business owners to do away with “unsightly awnings” in hopes of achieving a “metropolitan appearance.” … The […]

Images, objects can represent dreams

By Helena Rodriguez: Local columnist My friend Bernard likes to look at Chevy porn. When I queried him recently about a stack of magazines piling up in his closet, he referred to these car magazines as his “Chevy porn.” It’s no secret he is into Chevys. He even has pinups of his beloved Chevys all […]

Local elementary school off probation

By Darrell Todd Maurina Clovis schools Superinten-dent Neil Nuttall was pleased to learn Wednesday evening the district had succeeded in its Oct. 3 appeal of a decision to place Bella Vista Elementary on probation. In a press release sent to media organizations, the New Mexico Public Education Department reported that seven schools from five districts […]