Retiring soldier recalls experiences

By Argen Duncan: Cannon Connections Thanks to his military career, a native Texico resident has seen the Berlin Wall come down, met with the president of an African nation and helped set up the interim Iraqi government after Saddam Hussein lost power. Lt. Col. Arthur Salguero has spent more than 20 years total in the […]

Approved spouses unaffected by career program pause

by Carmen L. Gleason: American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — A week after announcing the temporary halt of the Defense Department’s Military Spouse Career Advancement Account operations, the head of the program assured participants with approved financial assistance that their enrollment will be unaffected. “For those of you who have currently approved financial account documents, […]

ENMU hosting career fair

Freedom New Mexico A career fair Wednesday at Eastern New Mexico University is open to the public. ENMU Counseling and Career Services is presenting the fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Campus Union Building Ballroom. Participants can explore job opportunities and interview with local, regional and national employers, according to a news […]

Health tips featured on show

By Sheryl Borden: Creative living Information on choosing a career or life coach, staying healthy, and learning to make our dreams come true will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Judi Moreo is a motivational speaker and an author, and she’s going to talk about her latest […]

Loss of leaders leaves void to be filled

Freedom New Mexico This decade brought the loss of four iconic friends of liberty whose ideas helped change the course of history. We will certainly miss President Ronald Reagan, William F. Buckley Jr. and Milton and Rose Friedman. Few American presidents have demonstrated the principled discipline of Ronald Reagan. His political career started in California […]

Business feature: Funeral director switched career path from medicine

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Freedom New Mexico Scott Reeves planned to be a doctor but feels he answered a higher calling. Reeves owns Wheeler Mortuary. The business has been around since 1924 and has been helping families through difficult times. Reeves and his wife Debbie run the business. “I felt it was better to become a funeral director rather […]

Chaplain called to serve God, country

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Cannon Air Force Base Capt. Chaplain Kyle Roehrig began his pastoral career as a United Methodist minister for seven years before joining the Air Force, where he’s served as a chaplain for six years. What do you do all day? “It is very dependent upon the day, the week and the season. As a captain […]

Guard officer model for new Air Force career field

By Master Sgt. Mike R. Smith: National Guard Bureau ARLINGTON, Va. — Can an airman who never flew a combat sortie give expert advice to an Army commander on the use of airpower in battle? That question has been the focus of study and debate for nearly two decades in the Air Force. But Lt. […]

It’s their job: Area native turns hobby into career

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Donita Privett has worked as a professional photographer for 10 years, and bought Times Remembered Photography Studio nine years ago. Privett is from Portales and attended elementary and high school in Dora. She earned a degree in agriculture economics with a minor in journalism from New Mexico State University. Every quarter, Privett takes professional photography […]

Public invited to career fair

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University is staging a career fair from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday in the Campus Union Building Ballroom. It is open to the public. Participants can explore job opportunities and interview with local, regional and national employers, as well as graduate schools. They should bring multiple copies of […]

April 19, 2009 PJHS news

Students study possible careers Eighth graders-spent Friday job shadowing a person working in a career they might want to enter. Students have taken interest inventories, which indicate several careers they might pursue based on their high interest scores. If at all possible, students then contact a professional working in one of those fields and request […]

Verifying records, information vital to career

Air Force News Service RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Successful career progression for airmen requires hard work, planning and dedication, but even more importantly, an accurate personnel record. Of all the actions airmen can take to affect their chances for promotion and professional development, the most important is ensuring their personal information is correct. […]

Mullen, military coalition at odds over bonus

By Tom Philpott: PNT columnist Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, will not join a chorus of critics who oppose the $30,000 bonus offer made to careerists in their 15th year of service if they agree to accept a less generous retirement plan. Mullen, in our interview two weeks ago, suggested the Redux […]

Jan. 30 Honors

The following airmen scored a 90 percent or higher on their Career Development Course exams: 27th Special Operations Support Squadron • Senior Airman Edith Aguilar-Millett,

Air Force veteran reflects on 22-year career

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By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer

Air Force veteran reflects on 22-year career

Cannon Connections photo: Argen Duncan U.S. Air Force veteran David Grunig of Portales holds a drawing of an A-26, one of the planes he flew over Europe in World War II. By Argen Duncan: Cannon Connections From the skies over Europe in World War II to nuclear tests in the Pacific, a Portales U.S. Air […]

Domenici looks back on Senate career

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico After 35 years, New Mexico’s senior senator — Pete Domenici — is retiring for health reasons. Domenici was a power broker in Washington who got results for Clovis and New Mexico. He

Dora School News Oct. 26

BPA students attend conference Colleen Tollett, sponsor of the Dora Chapter of the Business Professionals of America, and BPA members Ethan Bilbrey, Jordan Inge, Kelsi King, Jordan McConnell, Zac Teston and Tori Varnell, are traveling to the Career Technical Student Organization Fall Leadership Conference at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Students from all […]

It’s Their Job: Danette McGuire

Name: Danette McGuire Job: Career development coordinator, a new position at the Counseling and Career Services at Eastern New Mexico University. Background: McGuire attended New Mexico State University and earned her bachelor’s degree in family science and master’s degree in agricultural education. She worked in the youth development field for 15 years. Time on the […]

Turning the page on newspaper career

By Karl Terry, PNT Managing Editor I’ve turned over a dozen ways in my mind to write this column but none of them quite work so maybe I’ll just go for the straight-to-the-point summary lead. After more than 35 years of