Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University has announced a “Win for Wallis” campaign in support of Lauren Wallis, the daughter of ENMU defensive coordinator Todd Wallis and his wife, Michelle. Lauren Wallis was born six weeks premature July 12. So far, $3,267.08 has been generated through the project, which is based on points scored […]
Air Force Special Operations Command Public Affairs HURLBURT FIELD, Fla. — Air Force Special Operations Command officials announced the 2010 Air Commando Hall of Fame selectees Aug. 13. These men were chosen for their significant contributions to worldwide special operations. Through their leadership and dedication, were instrumental in the success and accomplishments in the field […]
Aug. 31, 1960: Eastern New Mexico University officials had announced 54 students from Portales, seven from Dora, five from Causey and seven from Floyd had enrolled at the university.
Aug. 16, 1945: The victory over Japan as announced by President Truman was celebrated by a group of 15 young people who met at Portales’ West Side Baptist Church. The program consisted of prayers, songs and a testimony.
American Forces Press Service RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Air Force officials selected the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year for 2010. An Air Force selection board at the Air Force Personnel Center here considered 36 nominees who represented major commands, direct reporting units, field operating agencies and the Air Staff. The board selected […]
Aug. 7, 1945: The Army announced that confirmed casualties of the Korean War through Aug. 6 totaled 2,616. A spokesman said 153 were killed, 1,590 were wounded in action and 873 were missing.
Ninth Judicial District Attorney Matthew Chandler announced today that the District Attorney’s Office arrested Randy Bouldin, age 39, on one (1) count of Embezzlement over $20,000. The incident stems from December 2008, when Randy Bouldin, owner of Portales Livestock Auction, was commissioned to auction approximately 1,000 head of dairy cattle for a Portales dairy. After […]
By Staff Sgt. Steve Grever: American Forces Press Service RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Opportunities are available for officers to fill Air Force ROTC detachment commander positions throughout the nation. Air Force Personnel Center assignment teams will review developmental team recommendations to determine the release of eligible officers to compete for AFROTC detachment commander […]
June 13, 1950: Census officials announced Portales’ 1950 population was at 8,093 — 2,989 more than in 1940.
By Mary Ann Milbourn: Freedom News Service Freedom Communications Inc. announced Thursday that Larry Kramer, a former newspaperman and founder of the online financial website MarketWatch, was elected to the board of directors. Freedom owns the Clovis News Journal, Portales News-Tribune and Quay County Sun. “Larry has extensive experience in creating and fostering digital media […]
Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University announced 169 athletes were represented on the Spring 2010 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. The list includes Greyhound and Zia student athletes with a grade point average of at least 3.0 for the semester. The volleyball team had the highest grades of any team, with a cumulative GPA of […]
American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — Air Force officials announced May 11 the proposed force structure realignment for fiscal 2011. The proposal provides a summary of the civilian and military personnel changes and aircraft assignments at Air Force installations for the upcoming fiscal year. This announcement supersedes all previous announcements, including the January 2008 Roadmap. […]
American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz has announced the dates and locations for the two Air Force Weeks to be held in 2010. The first Air Force Week will be held in New York City from Aug. 25th through the 29th, culminating with the two-day Coney Island […]
Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University has canceled a pair of games Monday and Tuesday against the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. Although the games could be rescheduled at a later date, nothing has been announced at this point.
USAF photo: Airman 1st Class Maynelinne De La Cruz Chief Master Sgt. William Turner, left, 27th Special Operations Wing command chief and Col. Stephen Clark, right, 27 SOW commander, flank Cannon Air Force Base senior master sergeant selects, second from left, Bobbi Jo Stumpf, Roddy Martin, Robert West, Charles Nimmo, Robert McDonald, Kelby Norton, William […]
Air Force Services Agency officials here recently announced the names of 31 airmen selected for the world-renowned Tops In Blue team for 2010. For nine days, 74 Air Force singers, dancers, and musicians competed for the Tops In Blue slots during January’s Air Force Worldwide Talent Contest at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.
Some area schools have announced plans to start late Thursday due to inclement weather.
American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — Air Force manpower and personnel officials here announced Jan. 27 a return of enlisted high year of tenure limits to their pre-2003 levels. “We’ve considered returning HYT limits to their normal levels for several years. Now that our Air Force end strength is stabilizing, it is an appropriate time […]
American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — Air Force officials here have released new enlisted promotion board and testing schedules. “The 2010 enlisted promotion rates look promising,” said Chief Master Sgt. Mark Long, the enlisted promotions, evaluations and physical fitness chief. “Nearly all 2009 rates slightly increased from 2008 and we anticipate this year’s rates to […]