Dora news — Oct. 25

Parent teacher conferences scheduled School will not be in session for students today because of parent/teacher conferences. The school will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. tonight for parents to meet with teachers. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be available throughout the day for parents to enjoy as they arrive. All parents are […]

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 […]

Cowboy resolutions more fun

Glenda Price 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 […]

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 […]

Reform advocates score victory for freedom

Freedom New Mexico Education reform advocates should have been encouraged Monday. The Supreme Court announced its intention to decide a case where the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals called into question the constitutionality of an Arizona school-choice tax credit program that provides mostly disadvantaged students with scholarships to private schools. Arizona’s 13-year-old program is […]

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 […]

Portales Past: April 10, 1960

April 10, 1960: Hestand Floral, at 813 W. Second, encouraged customers to order “baskets full of Easter flowers to make your Easter bright and gay.”

Snowstorm hampers travel

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By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico The third snowfall of the season dumped as much as 3 inches in the area Tuesday, making for treacherous driving and many minor accidents. The snow storm blanketing most of central and northern New Mexico, moved in just after 9 a.m. Area law enforcement encouraged people to stay home. […]

Library events celebrate Portales’ history

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By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer Hot branding irons and Buffalo Soldiers are making history come alive at Portales Public Library this week. In honor of the Portales Centennial and Heritage Days, the library has scheduled several events. Among other things, Assistant Librarian Danielle Swopes said people are encouraged to bring their family branding irons […]

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 […]

Police up patrols for Halloween

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Halloween night will see an influx of local law enforcement agencies out on patrol in Portales to ensure the safety of area trick-or-treaters, according to officials. Officers from the Adult Probation and Parole office in Portales will be out during the evening to ensure that children do not visit […]

David Stevens and Rick White: Freedom Newspapers

Gov. Bill Richardson said Wednesday he’s pitched one final idea to the Base Closure and Realignment Commission in hopes of saving Cannon Air Force Base, but he would not say what that plan involves. Commissioners could decide Cannon’s fate as early as this afternoon. Richardson, in a telephone interview with the Clovis News Journal, said […]

Gov. Richardson strategizes with base supporters

David Stevens and Rick White: Freedom Newspapers Gov. Bill Richardson said Wednesday he’s pitched one final idea to the Base Closure and Realignment Commission in hopes of saving Cannon Air Force Base, but he would not say what that plan involves. Commissioners could decide Cannon’s fate as early as this afternoon. Richardson, in a telephone […]

Dec. Broad Horizons News

Students have an important week at Broad Horizons. The afternoon classes, consisting of third, fourth and fifth periods, will be taking their course final exams on Thursday. The morning classes, first and second periods, will take their finals on Friday. Teachers will be working to complete the lessons, facilitate students with make-up work, and review […]