Tax preparations ongoing

Cannon Tax Office Ending Friday, single individuals or married couples with no children or property can walk in to Cannon’s tax center and have their 1040 EZ tax returns completed by a trained tax preparation volunteer Bring W2’s, Social Security cards or a copy of last year’s return (No ID cards), direct deposit information (available […]

Local Brief Oct. 5

The Southeastern New Mexico Sandhills Fun Walk-Run will be held Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. at the Pep Community Building. The day starts off at 9 a.m. with a Halloween costume contest, followed by a 5K and one mile walk-run. Other events include a kids’ wagon pull, wheel chair race, and stick-pony race. Entry fee […]

Heritage Days 5K run/walk and 10K run set for Saturday

By Mickey Winfield, PNT Staff Writer Runners and walkers take your mark — the 8th annual Heritage Days Fun Run is sure to bring together the ultra-competitive and social runners/walkers as it gets under way bright and early Saturday morning outside of Portales’ Yam Theater on South Main Street. “Don’t kid yourself,” MainStreet president Danny […]

Religion Calendar May 30, 2008

Today20-mile Walk to Fight Hunger — 7 a.m. Clovis Wal-Mart to Portales Wal-Mart along U.S. Highway 70. Walk to raise awareness of New Mexico’s hunger problem and collect food and donations for Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico and Portales Dream Center. Information: Roberto Mancusi, organizer, at 356-3106, and Rev. Jeff Symonds at First United […]

Mancusi leads 20-mile walk to fight hunger

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By Janet Bresenham, Freedom New Mexico Roberto Mancusi does more than just talk the talk about the problem of hunger in New Mexico.He walks the walk. Mancusi, a member of First United Methodist Church of Portales, plans to lead a 20-mile Walk to Fight Hunger on May 30 from Clovis to Portales. Between now and […]

MS fundraiser to be held Saturday

By Sarah Meyer, PNT Staff Writer The second annual fundraiser for multiple sclerosis will be held at 10 a.m. April 26 at Clovis Community College. Proceeds will help with educational programs, financial support for patients with MS and research, said April Brownlee, walk coordinator for the Panhandle Division of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. She […]

NFL player stops at PHS on charity walk journey

By Mickey Winfield: PNT Staff Writer George Martin was a Giant on the field, and he’s also a Giant off the field. When most retired NFL players are in the broadcast booth or on a beach in the Bahamas, Martin is walking across the country, over 3,500 miles in total, to benefit the rescue and […]

Local Briefs March 19, 2008

Former NFL player at PHS A retired New York Giant will walk through Portales to help raise money for seriously ill Ground Zero rescue and recovery workers. On “a Journey for 9/11” George Martin, a defensive star and co-captain in Super Bowl XXI (1986), is on a 3,500-plus mile trek to raise money for the […]

ENMU suffers comeback loss to Mines

Freedom New Mexico GOLDEN, Colo. — Two outs away from a four-game series sweep, the roof fell in Sunday on the Eastern New Mexico University baseball team. Colorado School of Mines erased the last of an 8-2 deficit with a five-run rally in the bottom of the seventh to salvage a 9-8 win and a […]

Winter watering can be dangerous affair

By Baxter Black This winter is shaping up to be a reminder of why they sell more long underwear north of Interstate 40, which runs from Bakersfield,Calif., through Amarillo and Little Rock, Ark., then on to Raleigh, N.C. We’ve already had blizzards, ice storms, blackouts, white outs, and more horsetank ice breaking injuries than we’ve […]

On the road to recovery

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By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Ray Paiz is looking forward to the new year a little more than most people. The 35-year-old Portales man said he has a lot to be thankful for today and a lot to look forward to in the new year. Nearly killed in when a tractor ran over him […]

Heart health to take center stage Saturday

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Promoting the health benefits of cardiovascular exercise is the focus an event called Heart Walk that will be held on Saturday. Be True to Your Heart: Motivating Others To Take Responsibility for Their Health, is the motto and platform that has inspired Miss Central New Mexico Ashley Sego to […]

Cannon Tax Center offers free tax preparation

The Cannon Tax Center opened Friday to assist Airmen, government employees and retirees with tax preparation. The tax office is located in the Cannon Law Center, Bldg. 60. To schedule an appointment for this free service, call 784-7304. Courtesy of the Cannon Tax Center The Cannon Tax Center can save Airmen hundreds of dollars in […]

Cannon team readies for three-day cancer walk in Dallas

27th Fighter Wing Public Affairs staff report A group of 10 Cannon women will join thousands of other women and men for the Breast Cancer 3-Day event Oct. 27-29 in Dallas to raise money for research and awareness programs. Each member of the team will walk 60-miles in support of the Susan G. Komen Breast […]

Not just his cross to bear

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By Marlena Hartz They set forth where the town begins and inch along U.S. 84, past vast fields of farmland, through the center of town, across the railroad tracks and into the heart of their church. Their pace is set at the head of the line, where pilgrims share the burden of three oak crucifixes. […]

Clinic fights breast cancer

Cannon Clinic Early detection saves lives. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in women, affecting approximately 10 percent of all women in the Western world, said Tech. Sgt. Andrea Lee, 27th Medical Operations Squadron. While efforts have been made to achieve early detection and effective treatment, about 20 percent of all women […]

Lenten meals hold special memories

By Helena Rodriquez The 40-day Lenten journey to Easter Sunday has begun. It’s during this time of year that I think of Grandma Emma, her Friday meals without meat and the stories she’d share with us. If you’re Catholic, you know meat is out on Fridays during Lent. But with Grandma Emma’s special Lenten dishes, […]

Hundreds walk for cancer cure in area’s annual Relay For Life

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By William Thompson Anna Winslow, a freshman at Portales High School, said she was walking in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Friday night because she loves her grandmother so much. “My grandmother has had cancer three times,” Wallace said, “I’m doing this for her.” Wallace was joined by hundreds of area residents as […]

Med Group to offer Acute Care Walk-in Service

Courtesy of the 27th Medical Group The 27th Medical Group is pleased to announce the launch of its new Acute Care Walk-in Service on Monday. This service is for beneficiaries enrolled in Family Practice and will be open Monday through Friday. Check-in times Monday through Thursday will be from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. and from […]

Cultural entertainment walks, jousts and stomps its way to Clovis in Prairiedoggapalooza

By Leslie Radford: Freedom Newspapers Local bands, medieval jousting, a community 5K run/walk and an ethnic dance group are on the list of entertainment at this year’s Prairiedoggapalooza. The fourth annual Clovis Community College festival April 23 will feature The Rhythm Cartel, a fraternal stepping group from the University of New Mexico. Noudjal Gamaugoun, an […]