Illustration: Airman 1st Class Erik Cardenas Celebrate African-American Heritage month events in February at Cannon. There will be a Step-Off dance Feb. 25 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Hangar 125, On Feb. 26 there will be a Retreat Ceremony and on Feb. 27 the base chapel will host a Gospel Fest. By 2nd […]
Three building permits totaling $39,790 were applied for during the month of January in the City of Portales, the Portales News-Tribune reported.
By Clarence Plank: Cannon Connections Black History Month events at Eastern New Mexico University Black History Month will be a little raw, said African-American Affairs Director Jordan Anderson. “This is the first year that I’ve had control of all the events,” Anderson said. “I really wanted to make it pretty straight forward. I didn’t want […]
By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Black History Month events at Eastern New Mexico University Black History Month will be a little raw, said African-American Affairs Director Jordan Anderson. “This is the first year that I’ve had control of all the events,” Anderson said. “I really wanted to make it pretty straight forward. I didn’t […]
Freedom New Mexico An account is established at Portales National Bank for 5-month-old Noriah Castillo, who died Saturday. Contributions go toward funeral expenses and other assistance for the family.
By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Gail Strickler and Elizabeth Lawrence spent a month building their log cabin. Now they’re hoping to find it a home. Strickler, of Clovis, and Lawrence, of Portales, are raffling their creation — a quilt large enough to fit on a queen-size bed — to benefit Roosevelt and Curry counties’ […]
By 27th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron October is Energy Awareness Month and the 27th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron offers these no-cost/low-cost tips on how to reduce household utility bills.
USAF photo: Airman 1st Class James Bell Col. Stephen Clark, 27th Special Operations Wing commander, signs the proclamation for energy awareness month to be October in the wing building Sep. 29. During the month of October the base will try to save money by cutting back on energy used. By Senior Airman Elliott Sprehe: 27th […]
Students of the month chosen The following students were chosen for “Student of the Month” for the month of September: • 12th grade — LeAnne Blaeser • 11th grade — Guillermo Carrillo • 10th grade — Makayla Poynor • 9th grade — Audri Underhill On Friday, these students were treated to pizza and cokes in […]
Freedom New Mexico Two large bomb blasts in Baghdad, one aimed at the Foreign and Finance Ministries, killed at least 100 people and injured about 600, putting something of an exclamation point on a month of escalating insurgent violence and calling into question the capacity of the Iraqi government to provide effective security. There will […]
Leroy Thomas is a Portales resident and owner of The Print Shop.With his wife, Gaynelle, Thomas cooks and delivers lunch for Habitat for Humanity construction volunteers about once a month and works with Meals on Wheels. He also is a member of the Portales Rotary Club and the New Mexico Christian Children’s Home board of […]
County Road Department supervisor Ricky Lovato has held the position for about a month, but worked as assistant road supervisor for about 2 1/2 years. Lovato was born and raised in Portales. Before working for the county, he owned semi-trailers and supervised his father-in-law’s silage-cutting business. What does your job entail? Blading roads, total reconstruction […]
This month’s Diamond Sharp Award winners are: Airman 1st Class Joseph Stevens, 27th Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Senior Airman Chelynn Kellam, 27th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron and Airman 1st Class Elliott Sprehe, 27th Special Operations Wing. The airmen received their awards June 7 at the Pecos Trail Dining Facility. They were recognized for […]
By Eric Butler: PNT staff writer Spanish-language students at Eastern New Mexico University typically get the chance one month out of the year — if they can drum up the money and find time — to absorb the culture of a place that uses Spanish almost exclusively. This year, thanks to concerns over the swine […]
By Anita Tedaldi: Cannon Connections columnist I received an e-mail asking me why military
By Anita Tedaldi: PNT columnist I received an e-mail asking me why military children get a month all to themselves. The e-mail suggested that it’s not fair military children have some type of preferential treatment or a month dedicated to them when all children should be honored. I agree that all children should be honored, […]
By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A 25-year-old Melrose man is in jail, accused of abusing his baby daughter after a medical examination last week revealed the infant had numerous broken bones. Phillip Holmes is charged with child abuse resulting in great bodily harm, a first-degree felony. He is being held at the Curry County […]
By Ray Sullivan: FNM publisher Five years ago next month, New Mexico legislators defeated — for the second time in two years — a bill that would have set up an electronic portal the state declared would make public records more accessible. The bill died because it was poorly thought out and ambiguously worded. Those […]
PNT Staff Salmon Ruins Museum and Research Library in Bloomfield is taking entries for its Sixth Annual Salmon Ruins Heritage Preservation Month Architectural Photo Contest. Digital and film photos of historic or prehistoric architecture are eligible. There is no entry fee, and the grand prize is a hand-carved double Hopi Katsina worth $250. Entries must […]
Diamond Sharp Award winners for the month of January were: • Airman 1st Class Ivy Jackson, 27th Special Operations Aircraft Maintenance Squadron • Airman 1st Class Andrew McClellan, 27th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron • Staff Sgt. Crystal Fabian, 27th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron. The airmen received their awards on Jan. 30 at the […]