Club notes — Jan. 22

Order of DOES The Benevolent Patriotic Order of DOES Clovis Drove 108 held their installation of officers Jan. 14. The Installation was completed by Deputy Supreme President Kaye Parrish, Deputy Supreme Conductor Linda Catanzaro, and Installing Chaplain Jean Hayes. Incoming President Sandie Kitchens thanked all of her new officers for their willingness to serve with […]

Senior happenings —

La Casa Senior Center 1120 Cameo St., Clovis Monday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Daily activities, quilting and sewing, 1:30 p.m., Ice cream day. Tuesday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Daily activities, quilting and sewing; 10:30 a.m., indoor exercise; 1 p.m., Bingo and refreshments. Wednesday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Daily activities, quilting and sewing; 9:30 a.m. Free blood pressure and […]

Club notes —

Clovis BPO Does Clovis BPO Does held their final meeting of the year on Dec. 9. The annual standing committee reports were given by the committee chairmen. Secretary Linda Catanzaro announced that we initiated 11 new members throughout the year and currently only have three members that will lapse if their dues are not paid […]

All must register for ID system

27th Special Operations Wing Public Affairs Everyone, to include civilians, contractors and visitors, in addition to active duty military, must register with the Defense Biometrics Identifications System, which will provide for a more secure installation. Registration can be completed at the following locations: • From 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday at the […]

Curry County jail camera system being modified

Freedom New Mexico Installation of a new camera system at the Curry County jail is expected to begin in the next couple of weeks. Curry County commissioners approved a $181,000 contract at Thursday’s special meeting. The new system will allow staff to pan and zoom high-resolution cameras and recordings will be backed up for 30 […]

Anti-terrorism program involves community

By 27th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron “What does the Anti-terrorism and Force Protection program have to do with me?” and “How can anything I do really affect the safety of neighbors, the installation, or my unit’s mission?” These are questions not always answered in a manner that raises an individuals’ level of awareness to […]

American Legion granted extension on fire code

By Gabe Monte: CNJ staff writer City commissioners granted the American Legion Post 117 a six-month extension to comply with a city fire code regarding the installation of a fire hydrant. City commissioners said during Thursday’s meeting the non-profit organization for military veterans can open its new post at 2800 W. Grand Ave. next week […]

April 29, 2008 It’s Their Business

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Name: JT Glass Co. Location: 2320 N. Main St. What they do: The business offers residential and commercial glass installation, which includes window glass, mirrors, shower doors and store fronts. Stained glass repair is also available. Who’s in charge: Jerry Trollinger Employees: One How long in business: 43 years Contact: 762-3575 or 799-0075 Hours: 8 […]

Air Force done with decals

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In 2005, the Air Force spent $727,000 printing vehicle decals. (CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson) By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer Vehicle decals will no longer be required to enter Air Force bases in the United States, according to Air Force officials. A February memo issued by Air Combat Command (ACC), which oversees Cannon Air […]

Lights, camera, action

2nd Lt. Courtney Bullock 27th CMS Airmen put procedure to video for Air Force-wide viewing Across the Air Force, Airmen are required to stay up to date on the latest procedures and techniques related to their jobs. Soon, a new training video starring a group of Cannon Airmen will provide guidance and instruction on a […]

Measuring up Top base earns big bucks

Capt. André Kok The Air Force Installation Excellence Selection Board, led by Maj. Gen. Mark Anderson left with good impressions of Cannon at the end of their three-day visit here on Wednesday. “It’s obvious that Cannon and the surrounding communities are one team, dedicated to excellence and innovation and they push that toward the mission […]

Installation Excellence evaluation team visits Cannon

Headquarters Air Combat Command’s Installation Excellence Evaluation Team visited Cannon Oct. 11 through 13. Cannon is one of only two bases nominated for the ACC level award. Airman Thomas Trower Cannon has been named as a finalist for the Air Combat Command Installation Excellence Award (IEA) for 2006. The 27th Fighter Wing hosted the 2005 […]

Cannon awarded $100K for installation excellence

Airman Thomas Trower Cannon has decided how to spend its recently awarded Air Combat Command Installation Excellence Award prize money to improve the quality-of-life (QOL) for Cannon Airmen. “Every squadron was asked to submit suggestions on how the money was to be spent,” said Mr. James Laquerre, 27th Services Squadron Deputy Commander. “Each group consolidated […]

Airmen should know about FPCONs

By Airman Thomas R. Trower Many servicemembers may not be aware of what security procedures are in effect at a particular time or day. Knowing what security measures are being carried out is crucial for mission readiness. There are currently five force protection conditions (FPCONs) that an installation may use to indicate the threat level […]

Security forces deals with rash of mutilated ID cards

27th Security Forces Squadron Have you ever wondered why the Security Forces Squadron require you to take your military identification (ID) out of your wallet when you enter the installation? Security forces entry controllers are ensuring every member entering the installation possesses a current and valid identification card. By taking physical control of the ID, […]

5/18 BRAC letters to the editor

Community can still save Cannon I was one of the first 150 military personnel who arrived at Clovis Army Air Field back in 1942. At that time there were no buildings on the base and the runway was being reconstructed. For the first six months after the base opened, the 150 men were housed in […]

BRAC Q&A: part 3

The Base Realignment and Closure process begins this month with the announcement of BRAC commission members. The committee is charged with recommending military installations for closure or realignment. The Clovis News Journal is publishing a daily Q&A on BRAC-related issues. If you have a question, please submit it to Editor David Stevens at: david_stevens@link.freedom.com Q […]

Cannon wins installation excellence award

By David Irvin: CNJ staff reporter Cannon Air Force Base is this year’s recipient of the Commander-in-Chief’s 2005 Installation Excellence Award for Air Combat Command, according to a Cannon press release. The award recognizes efforts of airmen at Department of Defense installations who have most efficiently used their resources to support the mission, the release […]

Yucca to get new roof: Reporter’s Notebook

By Emilie Hornak: CNJ Correspondent Folks at a Clovis junior high school are getting ready for a bona fide roof raising, courtesy of the state’s Public School Capitol Outlay Council. “I am pleased to announce that Yucca Junior High in Clovis has been selected to receive a new million-dollar roof,” said Rep. Jose Campos, D-Santa […]