Nov. 18 Honors

Marks Seaman Apprentice Maurice G. Marks completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. He is a 2006 graduate of Rio Rancho High School. He is the brother of Anthony R. Garcia of Portales. During the eight-week program included classroom study and practical study on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water […]

Leadership from the past can set standards for today

Lt. Col. John McLaurin Jr. By the time Meriwether Lewis turned 31, he had accomplished more than most people accomplish in a lifetime. His birthday was in August 1805, and in the previous week, he had successfully negotiated with the Shoshone Indians for horses that would take him and a crew of about 15, along […]

ENMU set for second Latino Leadership Summit

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Diego Espinoza said he helped start the Latino Leadership Summit to provide information and expose Hispanic students to a college setting. The second annual summit featuring guest speakers, financial workshops and campus tours is being held Friday at Eastern New Mexico University. “It’s going to be a day to […]

Every Airmen has leadership qualities in them

Master Sgt. Gary McCarty During my 21-year Air Force career I’ve often wondered what it takes to become a great leader. This question seems easy enough, but it is a lot harder than one might think. For instance, my first supervisor was a natural born leader. Everything he did seemed so natural and proficient. My […]

A Chief's Welcome

Staff Sgt. Craig Seals, 27th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Gerald Murray dropped by Cannon Air Force Base Sept. 27 and 28 to tour the base and share his senior enlisted wisdom with present and future Air Force leadership. After his day and a half visit to the base, […]

Cannon Airmen bring leadership skills to the football field

Melanie Salazar Football begins at an early age for some eastern New Mexico children, as Clovis’ PlayInc. is kicking off its summer football league this week for children ages 3 to 12. But it’s not only the kids who will be filling their remaining summer days with first downs and tackles. Many Cannon Airmen will […]

By Leslie Radford: Freedom Newspapers

Leslie_Radford@link.freedom.com Col. Lisa Firmin remembers when she joined the United States Air Force 25 years ago. It was a time when there were not many advantages to being a woman in the military. But she has been an instigator in changing those conditions. Her efforts over the years have altered what the military has to […]

Dec. 5 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael Thanksgiving was great and it’s great to have our students back this week preparing reviews and test fro the semester grades. Time is marching on rapidly and hopefully they are as excited for the test to get here as they are for Christmas. Leadership class The Dora High School Leadership class was […]

Aug. 22 Elida School News

Glenda Anthony (Advisor) and Quentin Griffin (NMFCCLA State Officer) from Elida High School have recently returned from theannualy FCCLA National Leadership Meeting held in Chicago, where they had the opportunity to “eXperience eXtreme Leadership.” Mrs. Anthony and Quentin had a great time. They saw many new things; buildings taller than six stories high, Navy Pier, […]

Program aimed at improving communication

Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University officials are taking steps toward better communication between the university and local community. “The leadership training program was started so that full-time ENMU professionals could be more aware of the community,” Trisha Maguire, ENMU leadership advisory council member, said. “We also want to make them aware of the leadership […]