Halloween hijinks

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By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico

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Freedom New Mexico

Club Notes Nov. 2

RGH Auxiliary The Roosevelt General Hospital Auxiliary met Sept. 14 at Golden Acres with 36 members attending. Steve North from the District Attorney’s office spoke about the Newman Project. Some members signed up to have their homes evaluated for safety.Hour bars were presented to Mary Kay Kalin for 100 hours; to Carl Britton Sr., Billie […]

Elida School News Nov. 2

Red Ribbon Week observed Elida Schools celebrated Red Ribbon Week, a program to present a unified and visible commitment towards a drug-free America, from Oct. 20-24. Mrs. Criswell’s fifth grade class won the door decorating contest. Mrs. Daugherty’s first grade class was second in the contest. Students also participated in a poster contest, a skit […]

PJHS News Nov. 2

Red Ribbon Week observed at school Almost every student and all teachers have seen the devastation that illegal drug use has on students, and last week Counselor Matt Alvarado led activities to promote positive lifestyles for students. Students participated each day in different activities, and Friday they met in the gym for a presentation from […]

PHS News Nov. 2

Basketball starts Monday The 2008-2009 PHS boys and girls basketball season officially begins this week. Varsity, junior varsity and freshman squads start practices and workouts Monday. The PHS varsity and junior varsity boys open up the season against Roswell High School on Dec. 9 in Roswell. The varsity and junior varsity girls open the season […]

Engagement: Gilman-Dodd

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Ralph and Lynelle Gilman of Portales announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Gilman of Fort Worth, Texas, to Bud Dodd of Fort Worth, son of Freda Dodd and the late Don Dodd of Wink, Texas. The couple will exchange vows at 2 p.m. Nov. 15, 2008, at South Side Church of […]

Creative Living Nov. 2

Information on power sorting in scrapbooking, coping with communication apprehension and making spectacular stitches will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and at 2 p.m. Saturday. Creative Memories independent consultant Debbie Sorensen from Carlsbad will explain how to power sort when scrapbooking. She suggests organizing items in one place, choose a […]

Southeastern Okla. sweeps Zias

Freedom New Mexico DURANT, Okla. — Lunden Azuara had 16 kills and Southeastern Oklahoma cruised to a 25-14, 25-17, 25-14 Lone Star Conference volleyball victory over Eastern New Mexico University Thursday night. The Savage Storm (19-11, 5-5 LSC) dominated the first and third games against the Zias, opening a 9-1 lead in both sets. ENMU […]

Falcons topple New Mexico 23-10

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USAF photo: Dennis Rogers U.S. Air Force Academy freshman quarterback Tim Jefferson options to freshman tailback Asher Clark. By Maj. Brett Ashworth: U.S. Air Force Academy Public Affairs U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — Air Force survived a first quarter marred by turnovers and a strong New Mexico running game to pull out a 23-10 […]

16th SOS marks 40th anniversary

USAF photo The AC-130 gunship’s primary missions are close air support, air interdiction and force protection. Missions in close air support are troops in contact, convoy escort and urban operations. By Tech. Sgt. Sheri Kangas: 1st SOW Public Affairs HURLBURT FIELD, Fla. — The 16th Special Operations Squadron is having a busy year. Not only […]

Commentary: Community input on Cannon housing important

USAF file photo: Airman 1st Class Evelyn Chavez The base has refined its housing procedures to reduce the stress of moves. By 2013 the base population will increase to about 5,000 airmen and civilians. By Col. Timothy Leahy: 27th SOW commander Between now and 2013 we expect our base population to increase from the current […]

TRICARE officials encourage flu shot

Air Force News Service FALLS CHURCH, Va. — TRICARE officials urge uniformed service families to be prepared for this year’s flu season, and an important step to do so is receive a flu vaccine shot. In the United States more than 220,000 people are hospitalized and 36,000 die every year as a result of the […]

Homeschooling family presents challenge

By Anita Doberman: Cannon Connections columnist These days my routine, if I can even call it that, has drastically changed. Aside from the adjustment of adding baby number six to our midst, I am home-schooling the kids. Did I just say that? I have to re-read the last sentence to make sure it’s actually me […]

Enhanced VA mortgages possible for vets in distress

Air Force News Service Veterans with conventional home loans now have new options for refinancing to a Department of Veterans Affairs guaranteed home loan. These new options are available as a result of the Veterans’ Benefits Improvement Act of 2008, which President Bush signed into law on Oct. 10. “These changes will allow VA to […]

Oct. 31 Honors

Diamond Sharp award winners The following airmen were recognized as Diamond Sharp award winners on Oct. 24. The Diamond Sharp award recognizes airmen who set an example for others to follow. • Staff Sgt. Scott Labonte, 27th Special Operations Maintenance Operations Squadron • Airman First Class Kevin Burger, 27th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron • […]

Oct. 31-Nov. 6 Menus

Oct. 31 -Nov. 2 Movie Schedule

Friday 7 p.m. — Burn After Reading, PG-13 Saturday 4 p.m. — Burn After Reading, PG-13 7 p.m. — My Best Friends Girl, R Sunday 4 p.m. — My Best Friends Girl, PG-13 7 p.m. — Miracle At St. Anna, R

Oct. 31-Nov. 6 What's Happening

Friday Family Bowl-a-Rama — 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Cannon Lanes. Bowl two hours with maximum of six family members on a lane for $15. Price includes shoes and pitcher of soda. Pig Out! SOW Style — 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., The Landing. Event includes activities, food and costume contest. Cost is $5 per […]