Lodging officials announce new payment procedures

By Erin Tindell: Air Force Personnel, Services and Manpower Public Affairs SAN ANTONIO — As part of the Air Force’s recent implementation of the new Citibank controlled spend account travel cards, funding for lodging costs will be pre-loaded on the card once authorization is approved in the Defense Travel System. As a result of the […]

June 19 Commander's Action Line

Q: I made a cash purchase and showed my military ID at the BX, but was asked for an additional ID. Is this a new policy? A: Thank you for your question. No, we have not changed our policy of showing a military identification card when you make purchases while in civilian clothes to ensure […]

ENMU re-examines police procedures

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer Eastern New Mexico University is changing police procedures after officers’ slow response to a recent verbal altercation between a student and an instructor. Campus police took 20 to 30 minutes to arrive after being called about the incident Feb. 12, according to police records and witness accounts. The time […]

12-9 Dora School News

Basketball • Monday — Dora Junior High hosts Clovis Yucca at 4 p.m. • Thursday — Dora varsity boys at Tularosa Classic Tourney Elementary Christmas program set Nancy Jones, Dora fine arts teacher, and the kindergarten through fifth-grade classes, will present “The Littlest Christmas Tree” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Dora school auditorium. Admission […]

Warrior Week keeps Cannon mission ready

Col. Scott West Get ready Cannon—next week is Warrior Week! Readiness is our top priority and we’ll focus on training exclusively. Everyone needs to be ready, not just those currently projected to deploy in an upcoming AEF bucket — our nation may need more of us to serve abroad in combating terrorism. So, next week […]