Officials: Heart health important

By Shari Lopatin: TriWest Healthcare Alliance According to Harvard Health Publications, walking regularly can reduce your chance of getting a heart condition by about 30 percent. Those results came from the analysis of 18 studies conducted between 1970 and 2007. Study participants who walked 5.5 miles each week began showing benefits in heart-related health. The […]

Local schools score on low end under new grading system

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Alisa Boswell Curry and Roosevelt County school districts did not fare well with the trial test results for the New Mexico Department of Education’s new A-F Grading System, which is set to replace the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) grading system. The Clovis school district received only As for two schools out of their 18, averaging […]

Doug Stone Memorial results

Friday-Sunday At Portales C.C. Championship Flight: 1. Jason Howl-Will Archibeque 66-61-66 — 193-xx; 2. Donavin Sanchez-Rob Sanders 64-65-64 — 193; 3. David Gutierrez-Sid Felan 65-64-66 — 195; 4. Don McDaniel-Leon Scheepers 66-63-67 — 196. First Flight: 1. Rustin Rowley-Andy Reynolds 64-71-67 — 202; 2. Dave Hunton-Matt Hunton 66-71-68 — 203; 3. Floyd Jonas-Amit Bahkle 69-67-69 […]

LATN environmental assessment results expected within month

Kevin Wilson Cannon Air Force Base expects to know within a month results of an environmental assessment on its proposal for a Low Altitude Tactical Navigation (LATN) area over Colorado and New Mexico. According to an email from the public affairs office for the 27th Special Operations Wing at Cannon, the base expects to release […]

Diamond notes: Trust a function of Air Force core values

By Master Sgt. Robert M. Tibi: 27th SOMG Relationships built and sustained on trust are something so essential to making an organization as large and diverse as the 27 Special Operations Wing effective that its importance cannot be understated. In fact, it both resonates throughout and functions as the framework for our core values. Author […]

Officer voluntary separation pay results announced

American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — Air Force officials announced updates April 20 to voluntary separation pay approvals and reduction-in-force targets as part of the fiscal 2011 force management program for officers. “Later this week, commanders will begin notifying approximately 300 officers that their requests to separate under the voluntary separation pay program have been […]

My turn: Getting to know eastern New Mexico

Some might say too much thinking is a dangerous task for me. But this time, I think it may have positive results. As I mentioned before, I had an educational week with work recently. I’ve had an idea and I am going to need the help of the community. Yes, I am calling on you […]

Their view: Richardson lauds Recovery Act results

Gov. Bill Richardson today highlighted a new report that shows billions of federal stimulus dollars have supported New Mexico’s economy and provided for more than 24,000 jobs through June 30, 2010. Another 23,000 jobs will be supported through June 30, 2011, according to a report by University of New Mexico economists. New Mexico workers will […]

General election results

Roosevelt County United States RepresentativeDistrict 3• Ben R. Lujan (D) — 1,348• Thomas E. Mullins (R) — 3,033 Governor and Lt. Governor• Diane D. Denish and Brian S. Colon (D) — 1,239• Susana Martinez and John A. Sanchez (R) — 3,157 Secretary of State• Mary Herrera (D) — 1,135• Dianna J. Duran (R) — 3,200 […]

Air Commandos seek ‘outstanding’ ORI results

By 2nd Lt. Stephanie Strine: 27th SOW Public Affairs The Air Commandos of the 27th Special Operations Wing have high expectations for the November Operational Readiness Inspection — they’re hoping for an “outstanding” rating, the best possible result. The wing conducted an Operational Readiness Exercise at Cannon Air Force Base beginning August 2. This exercise […]

Investigation results point to crew error

Freedom New Mexico Human error was ruled in a November crash involving a Cannon Air Force Base crew and aircraft in Mali. According to information from the Air Force Association, and confirmed by the public affairs office of Air Force Special Operations Command at Hurlburt Field, Fla., an aircrew from Cannon’s 524th Special Operations Squadron […]

Election results

ROOSEVELT COUNTY Causey Village Council (Three positions open) • Darrell Caviness (two-year term) — 13 • LaVerne Scheller (four-year term) — 12 • Jimmy Stokes (four-year term) — 13 Dora Mayor • Mickey Burkett — 11 Village Council • Bill Cathey — 3 • Lewis Walker — 12 • Council seat without candidate

27 SOMDG receive pathology accreditation

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USAF photo: Senior Airman Erik Cardenas Senior Airman Benjamin Satterwhite, 27th Special Operations Medical Support Squadron, peers through a microscope, looking for white blood cells that identify disease-fighting cells at the medical clinic at Cannon Air Force Base on Feb. 23. The 27th Special Operations Medical Group received recent accreditation from the College of American […]

Final combat boot test results revealed

By Brad Jessmer: Air Force Uniform Office Public Affairs WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio — The results from the test of a prototype Airman Battle Uniform stain-resistant boot for wear in industrial environments have been released. These results are based on testing that concluded in October 2009. The wear test choice is a full-grain leather […]

Holiday safety results released

American Forces Press Service KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE — The Air Force had the lowest recorded number of private motor vehicle fatalities during the Thanksgiving-to-New Year’s time frame — one — to include the lowest number of automobile fatalities — zero. It was also the first time in 13 years the Air Force did not […]

Police analyzing autopsy results of fatal crash

PNT staff report Portales police have autopsy results for a 71-year-old woman who died after being struck by a vehicle Oct. 30. Police said Thursday they are expecting to decide whether to charge the driver in a matter of days. Trevor Nuckols, 16, of Portales, was identified as the driver of the pickup truck that […]

Portales Public library essay contest results

Three Roosevelt County girls recently described their picture of America in a Portales Public Library essay contest. As part of the library’s program “Express Yourself,” the girls read several books presenting different views of the country, said Children’s Librarian Heather Christensen. Then, they considered their own perspective in less than 500 words. The contest was […]

School board to discuss test results

Freedom New Mexico The Portales Municipal Schools Board of Education is set to hear a report on Adequate Yearly Progress test results at their meeting at 6 p.m. Monday in the district administration building. The agenda also includes discussion of a revision to the educational assistant salary schedule for next school year; policy changes for […]

Six Portales schools fail to meet AYP standards

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By Eric Butler: PNT staff writer As was the case statewide, the majority of public schools in Clovis and Portales did not meet the state standards for the annual Adequate Yearly Progress report. Nine of the 15 Clovis schools tested — the high school, both middle schools and six elementary schools — were among the […]