Program features Japanese stitching

Information on using canned and frozen cherries and cooking with cottonseed oil will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday. Pat Baird, registered dietitian and spokeswoman for the Northwest Cherry Growers, will demonstrate some great recipes and talk about the nutritional benefits of using canned and frozen cherries. […]

Editorial: Drastic reform could help avert Japanese crisis

Last month, Japanese Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda resigned suddenly, leaving the ruling Liberal Democratic Party somewhat adrift and the government tied in knots as the economy drifts toward recession. This makes him the second Japanese prime minister to stay in office for less than a year. A country that has been viewed as a model […]

Freedom founder’s legacy will endure test of time

Editorial In a long life of 91 years, R.C. Hoiles saw it all. From the “rugged individualism” that still marked America at the time of his birth on Nov. 24, 1878, to the rise of socialist and communist ideas and policies in the 1920s and 1930s – especially in Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia – […]

The Bataan Death March –A battle of endurance, courage

Cannon Airmen and the base public view the Bataan Memorial following a dedication ceremony Tuesday. The 27th Fighter Wing traces its lineage to the 27th Bombadier Group, one of the units whose men endured the infamous Bataan Death March. The Bataan Death March began at Mariveles on April 10, 1942. Troops who fell behind were […]

Man dedicates time to learning about navigating uncle

By Kevin Wilson: PNT Managing Editor Leo Eminger of Upton has been presumed dead since Sept. 24, 1942. Over the last year-and-a-half, Dave Tanner has dedicated every minute he can spare to make sure the memory of Eminger, his great-uncle, lives on. “No man is ever dead until he’s forgotten,” Tanner said, “and I’ve never […]

Bataan survivor inducted into ALS Wall of Heroes

Senior Airmen Jason Knight, 27th Operations Support Squadron, and Richard Tomlinson, 27th Security Forces Squadron, present Mr. Buren Johnston with a shadow box containing his awards and decorations earned during his military service. Airman Thomas Trower Prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbor, many men were being drafted into the armed forces to prepare for […]

U.S. needs to defuse conflicts instead of exacerbating them

Freedom Newspapers C hina and Japan have been feuding of late, with an estimated 10,000 protesters surrounding the Japanese embassy in Beijing over the weekend of April 9-10, shouting, “Be ashamed of distorting history.” The ostensible reason for Chinese anger is Japanese textbooks, not yet officially adopted, that downplay Japanese war crimes during the World […]

Cannon honors Bataan survivor

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By Kevin Wilson CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Irvin Butler is a survivor — despite a grueling 55-mile death march; despite two years in a prisoner-of-war camp; despite a telegram sent to his family reporting his demise. Butler, now 85, was honored Friday for his World War II service, accepting a place on the Airman […]