Pets’ quirks make them endearing

Pets can have some pretty strange idiosyncrasies. Some of them become pretty endearing others are just irritating. Take for instance the younger of our two dogs, Ranger. Since the older dog slept on the bed with us, when he moved in he decided he would just sleep under the bed. Never mind that he has […]

Thursday morning briefing: Grazing extended, Guns and Hoses and cruising Hollywood style

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Website of the day The Curry County Events Center has a new website complete with schedules and details of upcoming events. Here’s a link: http://www.curryeventscenter.com/ Guns and Hoses Clovis firefighters and police officers battle each other in a game of basketball 4 p.m. to […]

Weekly updates —

NMSU hosting field day in Clovis New Mexico State University is hosting its annual Clovis Field Day Thursday, focusing on alternative crop management of existing and less-utilized crops. The program, which will be held at the Agricultural Science Center in Clovis, has been structured to address extended dry conditions and diminishing irrigation sources. “This year’s […]

Commissary testing extended hours in July

USAF photo: Staff Sgt. Delia Marchick Joseph R. Gallegos, commissary produce store associate, stocks the fruit after the lunch rush at the Cannon Air Force Base commissary on June 29. Gallegos will be working when the commissary tests the 11a.m. to 9 p.m. extended hours of operation every Thursday in July. The commissary worked with […]

Shoppette to test extended hours

By 27th Special Operations Force Support Squadron Starting June 1, the Army Air Force Exchange Service Shoppette here will begin a 30-day test of extended hours. The new schedule adds 13 hours per week. Hours of operation will be: 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and 9 […]

Some troops qualify for extended tax deadline

By Elaine Sanchez: American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — Service members serving outside of the United States — including those supporting operations in Libya and Japan — will receive an automatic two-month tax filing extension this year, officials said. This extension is in addition to the nation’s already extended deadline. Due to Emancipation Day, a […]

Stop loss pay deadline extended

American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — The deadline for eligible service members, veterans and their beneficiaries to apply for special retroactive pay as compensation for involuntary extensions of their military service contracts has been extended to April 8, Defense Department officials announced. The deadline extension is included in the continuing resolution President Barack Obama signed […]

Stop-loss application deadline extended

American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — The deadline for eligible servicemembers, veterans and their beneficiaries to apply for Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay has been extended to March 4, Defense Department officials announced today. The deadline extension is included in the continuing resolution bill that President Barack Obama signed Dec. 21, providing funding for federal […]

Sibling rivalry gets better with age

Russell Anglin Sunday marked one of those rare instances when my nuclear and extended families could get together and relax for a minute or two. Having somehow awoke at a reasonable time Sunday morning at my grandma’s house in Dora, I had the chance to join my stepdad, little brother and grandpa as they made […]

Stop loss benefit deadline extended

By Daniel P. Elkins: Air Force Personnel, Service and Manpower Public Affairs RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Eligible airmen, veterans and their beneficiaries now have until Dec. 3 to apply for retroactive stop loss special pay following an extension in the continuing resolution signed by the president Sept. 30. The new Dec. 3 deadline […]

Deadline nears for stop loss pay

Cannon Connections staff The deadline to apply for retroactive stop loss pay is Oct. 21. Service members whose service was involuntarily extended from Sept. 11, 2001 to Sept. 30, 2009, are eligible for Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay. Stop loss is a policy used during major conflicts to quickly retain and generate forces to surge. […]

Extended hours for CDC, youth center

27th SOW Public Affairs The Child Development Centers and Youth Center will be open from 5:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday during the upcoming exercise. Duty-related childcare requirements outside these hours will be handled through Extended Duty Child Care contract. Jim Hernandez, Family Child Care coordinator, will make arrangements with a provider based […]

Online master’s program extended to captains

By Carl Bergquist: Air University Public Affairs MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. — Air University officials here will offer eligible mid-level Air Force captains a unique educational opportunity to enroll in an online master’s degree beginning this December. The degree is designed to be career-relevant and is intended to accommodate the current high operations tempo […]

Assignment deferment policy extended

RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Air Force officials here announced recent modifications to the post-birth and post-adoption assignment deferment policy will increase the time a parent can delay reporting to certain assignments, re-emphasizing the Air Force’s commitment of taking care of its people. Birth mothers and adoptive families now have a six-month-deferment period instead […]

Academy coach’s contract extended

Air Force News Service U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — Officials of the U.S. Air Force Academy Athletic Association and Academy head football coach Troy Calhoun agreed on a new five-year contract that runs through the 2013 season, Academy officials said Jan. 21 here. Director of Athletics Dr. Hans Mueh said the AFAAA has also […]

Commentary: Season of giving extended to Cannon

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USAF photo: Airman 1st Class Maynelinne De La Cruz Col. Mark LaRose, (right) 27th Special Operations Maintenance Group commander, Col. Kenneth Hall, 27th Special Operations Medical Group Commander, center, and Col. Hans Kaspar, 27th Special Operations Wing Vice Commander, serve a holiday dinner By Col. Timothy Leahy: 27th SOW commander Special Operations Wing, I’d like […]

TB testing expected for state’s cattle

By Chelle Delaney, Freedom Newspapers By Chelle Delaney Quay County Sun Mandatory bovine tuberculosis testing is expected to be extended to the whole state starting next week, according to the state veterinarian and officials of the New Mexico Livestock Board. New Mexico is expected to be added to a list of states that have been […]

KENW-TV extends annual online auction to Saturday

By Thomas Garcia PNT Staff Writer The annual KENW-TV auction will be extended through Saturday, according to Sheryl Borden, KENW-TV director of marketing. The online auction was scheduled to end Monday, but was extended because there were 92 items remaining, Borden said. Through Monday, the auction raised $36,000. The goal for this year’s auction is […]

Feb. 9, 1978

Boy Scout Troop 125 is observing Boy Scout Week Feb. 7 through the 14th, and one of their activites has been preparing a window display on First Aid. They have extended their thanks to the Portales Abstract Company for the use of their window and to J. C. Penny Company for the loan of a […]

Young talents abound in Nutcracker

Kevin Wilson: PNT Staff Writer A Christmas tradition is continuing for a pair of local schools, as audiences have four chances to catch “The Nutcracker,” starting tonight and running through Monday. Clovis’ Lincoln-Jackson Arts Academy has the first performance, tonight and Friday. Sunday and Monday finds dance classes at Eastern New Mexico University’s Extended Learning […]