Sept. 2 — Fishing report

This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish and thefishphone.com, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities.

TRICARE covers cancer clinical trials

By Shari Lopatin TriWest Healthcare Alliance: TriWest Healthcare Alliance TRICARE recently expanded its coverage for cancer clinical trials. This makes it possible for cancer patients with TRICARE to receive more types of treatments. Beare, who is 63 years old and cancer-free today, is a strong believer in finding a cure. “Cancer is very real, very […]

Retroactive coverage closing for TRICARE Young Adult program

American Forces Press Service FALLS CHURCH, Va. — The opportunity to purchase retroactive TRICARE Young Adult, or TYA, coverage expires on Sept. 30. Retroactive TYA provides coverage for young adults back to Jan 1, or the day they became eligible if that was after Jan 1. TYA allows eligible adult children to purchase TRICARE coverage […]

Special ops forces will remain essential, official says

By Karen Parrish: American Forces Press Service BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The nation’s special operations forces are experiencing heady but somewhat perilous times, said the Pentagon official tasked with overseeing them. “The skills and capabilities of America’s elite special operators have never been more recognized by the nation — sometimes, frankly, more than I like,” Michael […]

Our towns: Dora once called ‘hub of the country’

Cannon Connections: Alisa Boswell The General Store next to the Dora school district will be re-opening Sept. 7 after being closed for a few years. Becky Fraze, the village clerk, said the store opening will be very good for local residents, because it will give them somewhere nearby to go to and eat. Alisa Boswell […]

Cannon memorial to house steel from World Trade Center

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Philadelphia Inquirer: David Swanson Rescue workers remove a body September 13, 2001, from the debris of the World Trade Center in New York. A piece of World Trade Center steel will be housed in a memorial at Cannon Air Force Base. Sharna Johnson A piece of steel salvaged from the World Trade Center has found […]

Financial services return to local centers

By Staff Sgt. Richard A. Williams Jr.: Air Force Public Affairs Agency WASHINGTON — The processing of military pay transactions will move from the Air Force Financial Service Center at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., to base-level financial services offices beginning in August. The return of military pay transactions to local level is a part […]

Fishing report —

This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish and thefishphone.com, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities.

It's their business: Twin Cronnies

Cannon Connections: Gabriel Monte Twin Cronnies kitchen staff member Cherry Anaya prepares a Twin Cronnie sandwich. The restaurant has been open since 1952. Twin Cronnies • Hours: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays; 7 a.m. to10 p.m. weekends • Location: 709 Commerce Way, Clovis • Type of business: Drive-in restaurant • What they offer: Burgers, […]

Group planning confederate memorial

Cannon Connections: Alisa Boswell Janelle Foster, left, president of the United Daughters of Confederacy, Ellen W. Jones Chapter, points out names on the new confederate memorial at Portales Cemetery to John Hilliard, who will be the guest speaker at Saturday’s memorial dedication. By Alisa Boswell: Cannon Connections Saturday marks the dedication of a new confederacy […]

Official: Air Force backs off plains training

By Peter Roper: The Pueblo (Colo.) Chieftain PUEBLO, Colo. — The Air Force is revising its plan for low-altitude training flights over Colorado to avoid the Eastern Plains, including the Army’s Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site northeast of Trinidad, according to Rep. Scott Tipton’s office. Tipton, a Republican, was given that assurance in recent meetings with […]

Sept. 2 — Sept. 8 Menus

The Landing 11 a.m.: • Friday: Southern cuisine • Monday: Closed for Labor Day holiday • Tuesday: Italian cuisine • Wednesday: Bistro with carver • Thursday: Mexican cuisine

Food at the speed of life: Recipe refines red enchiladas

Dad prefers green chile over red. However, Mom has long made red enchiladas with her mother’s recipe. Dad made a few changes to the recipe to suit his tastes. Also, my family uses vegetable oil instead of meat grease in the sauce, which is just a little healthier. For a somewhat different red enchilada, try […]

Sept. 2 — Event listings

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Sept. 2 — Sept. 5 Movie schedule

Friday • 7 p.m. — Friends with Benefits, R

Sept. 2 — Sept. 8 What's Happening

Friday • Pre-Deployment Remote Brief 3 p.m. Airman and Family Readiness Center • Friday Social Hour 4:27 p.m. Landing Zone • Fantasy Game 6 p.m. Cannon Lanes

Military mama: Being mother well worth sleep lost

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I’ve reached the peak of my twenties, in that I’m in my final year of being able to claim the decade. Though, in all likelihood, I will be celebrating my twenty-ninth birthday over and over again. Age is just a number, but I may just choose to hang out at this specific one for a […]

Barrel racing this weekend in Clovis

Freedom New Mexico The second annual Double Dash barrel race will be held Saturday through Monday at the Curry County Events Center in Clovis. Officials expects more than 200 contestants each day. Admission is free. Information: (806) 488-2144 or visit www.CBTProductions.com

Zias still in rebuilding process

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By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — In 20 seasons at Eastern New Mexico University’s volleyball coach, Mike Maguire built a program that ran off 16 consecutive winning seasons, including two Lone Star Conference regular-season championships and capped by a 25-9 mark and a trip to the NCAA Division II regional finals in 2004. […]

ENMU students vie for KENW staff posts

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Kevin Wilson As students awaited their auditions for News 3 New Mexico Wednesday, the air-conditioned conference room at the KENW broadcast center offered a brief respite from the 100-degree temperatures outside. Down the hallway, however, students would feel the heat of television lights, welcoming them into months of hands-on experience and an audience of people […]