DBIDS registration mandatory for base access

By 27th Special Operations Wing Public Affairs Beginning Nov. 1, everybody who has an identification card to allow them access to the base will have to be registered in the Defense Biometrics Identification System to gain entrance. Anyone who is not registered on that date will be directed to the Visitor Control Center for registration, […]

RGH installs clearer signs

Roosevelt General Hospital recently unveiled a new addition and this one is right at the front of the building. The hospital and its adjacent clinic was adorned this week with blue-colored, white-trimmed identification over the front entrance of each in an effort to make it easier for visitors to walk into the right facility — […]

June 19 Commander's Action Line

Q: I made a cash purchase and showed my military ID at the BX, but was asked for an additional ID. Is this a new policy? A: Thank you for your question. No, we have not changed our policy of showing a military identification card when you make purchases while in civilian clothes to ensure […]

Hunters’ deadline nears

PNT Staff Report The Department of Game and Fish is reminding hunters to obtain a free customer identification number — new this year — before applying for hunting licenses or permits in annual drawings. The numbers must be obtained before an April 8 application deadline for 2009-2010 hunts. Hunters can obtain customer identification numbers and […]

Editorial: Voter ID not unconstitutional, but preposterous

It’s a little difficult to work up much excitement over the U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision to uphold Indiana’s voter identification law. It was installed, for mostly partisan reasons, to address a problem that nobody has documented as an actual occurrence, though some have raised concerns about what could happen. But the law doesn’t seem […]

States launching animal identification system

By Leslie Radford: Freedom Newspapers Branding has long identified a farm animal’s owner. Now New Mexico ranching industry leaders are finding ways to track their animals with advances in technology, such as the National Identification System in its early stages within the state. The Tri-National Animal Health and Identification Consortium recently launched a pilot series […]

Weather doesn’t put damper on Ag Expo

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Tony Parra Attendants of the New Mexico Ag Expo on Tuesday fought off a brisk blanket of snow and sludged indoors for a better understanding of the latest technologies in agriculture. Early in the day, some 50 people heard New Mexico State University’s Clay Mathis speak on the current U.S. Animal Identification Plan, a proposed […]