Man causing climate change?

New Mexico lawmakers have asked constituents a series of questions. One is, “Do you think the current climate changes are man made?” Here are some answers: • Ardyth Elms: “I believe man is causing the majority of change in the climate. I’m sorry to say that there are too many people who don’t care what […]

Climate change part of cycle

New Mexico lawmakers have asked constituents a series of questions. One is, “Do you think the current climate changes are man made?” Here are some answers: • Frank Dalton: “While man probably has influenced some climatic effects, I rather expect that most climatic change is the result of various cycles that research has certainly proven to exist. Some cycles […]

God is in control

New Mexico lawmakers have asked constituents a series of questions. One is, “Do you think the current climate changes are man made?” Here are some answers: • Kay Arvizu: “If the current climate changes are man made, what did man do in prehistoric times to melt the ice cap? Regardless of what some would have us […]

Jan. 27 – Porting

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Mike Muraco has been waiting for a nice day so he could finish porting a cylinder on his son’s son’s 1964 Chevy II, which they are modifying to be a drag racer. Porting changes the size or shape of intake ports on an engine to improve performance.

Culture shock second to Jesus

By Judy Brandon: Local columnist Years ago when my parents were in seminary in Kansas City, Kan., our family had the opportunity to live among other families at the seminary. We lived on the seminary grounds in apartment buildings three stories high. So we had seminary families all around us, below us and above us. […]

Communities get $270K for Cannon transition aid

CNJ Staff The Defense Department has awarded $270,000 to the city of Clovis to help it prepare for the changes associated with the realignment of Cannon Air Force Base, according to a news release from New Mexico’s congressional delegation. The one-time grant was administered by the department’s Office of Economic Adjustment. Clovis holds membership in […]

Fort Sumner greets AFSOC

By Karl Terry: Freedom Newspapers FORT SUMNER — Air Force Special Operations Command personnel were in Fort Sumner Wednesday for an encore presentation of a public hearing on the Draft Environmental Statement for a proposed move to Cannon Air Force Base. With residents in the Fort Sumner vicinity impacted by changes in the use of […]

Multimedia merger means more work for units

Tech. Sgt. Ronald Flack, 27th Communications Squadron graphic artist, prepares display boards for an upcoming Phase II exercise. The graphics career field will be phased out shortly as multimedia merges with the public affairs field. By Janet Taylor-Birkey Cannon’s Multimedia lab will soon be making a lot of changes in the way they do business. […]

F-16 personnel moving

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Cannon Air Force Base airmen with positions specific to F-16s will be given new assignments by a relocation team in February, according to a Cannon Air Force Base spokesperson. A team from Randolph Air Force Base in Texas will assign approximately 300 airmen permanent changes of station Feb. 5-9, […]

House cleaning alone won’t fix formula for failure

By Freedom Newspapers President Bush late last week made significant changes in both his foreign-policy team and his top military commanders. The question is whether he is clearing the decks for action or rearranging the deck chairs. Given that President Bush is tentatively scheduled to unveil his latest strategy for the war in Iraq on […]

Letters to the Editor: Students, teachers must live with change

Editor’s note: The following letters are from Clovis High School students, reacting to a proposed schedule change. Most have been edited because of space restraints: I have been pushed through schedule change after schedule change. Though the school and administration are making these changes, or rather attempting to make these changes, for the good of […]

Service center makes supersize repairs

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Gilbert Chavez of Clovis, a certified caterpillar technician, checks the anti freeze level on a truck during a general inspection Monday at R&D Service Center. Chavez has been employed there for 5 years. CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Ever since Ronald Dickson and Don Reid started the R&D Service […]

Real change would serve Bush better than shuffling staff

Freedom Newspapers We’ll abstain from clichés about rearranging deck chairs, but the personnel changes at the White House in recent weeks, while they may matter greatly to inside-the-Beltway pundits and the immediate families of those involved, don’t suggest that significant policy changes are in the offing. That’s unfortunate, because changing policy in significant ways would […]

Air Force Smart Ops 21 already on track

Maj. Lisa Pike We’ve all heard the saying “change is the one constant in life.” Think about it and you’ll see it’s true; the one constant in our lives is change. If you think back over your life, you will no doubt have more changes than you can count. Go back over the last century […]

Commander keeps vow to make positive changes

Janet Taylor-Birkey Eighteen years ago, Lt. Col. Roseanne Warner, 27th Medical Operations Squadron commander, was the mother of a six-week-old baby girl and was performing her annual physical training test. Knowing that six weeks postpartum was too quick to do the required strenuous testing, she thought, “One day I am going to change things.” “It […]

NMAA boss: Three-team districts in tough spot

By Eric Butler: CNJ correspondent Editor’s note: New Mexico Activities Association Executive Director Gary Tripp just finished his second year head of the governing body for the state’s high school athletics championships. During Tripp’s tenure as executive director, postseason for sports have been expanded to include 16 teams, tournament were seeded and the two largest […]

National Nutrition Month promotes nutrition, physical activity

Capt. Mila French March is National Nutrition Month, which promotes the importance of good nutrition. Studies have shown that people who learn to eat healthy and lead a healthy lifestyle are more likely to remain physically fit later in their life. This year’s National Nutrition Month theme is “Step Up to Nutrition and Health.” Healthy […]

You’ve earned the right – wear your uniform with pride

Master Sgt. Michael Dols Last week the results of the 97th Air Force Uniform Board were released. The board approved a number of changes we all need to be aware of, adhere to and enforce. The following are some of the more notable changes. “Scrunchies” are no longer allowed while in uniform. Hair must be […]

Chief keeps troops aware of changes

Greg Allen When Chief Master Sgt. Geoffrey Preudhomme arrived to the United States from the Caribbean island of Grenada in 1979, he came with a burning desire to make a difference and to succeed in life. The Air Force provided him the avenue to accomplish both goals. Chief Preudhomme has risen from an airman basic […]

Jesus’ love brings about greatest change of all

By Judy Brandon: Local Columnist Years ago when my parents were in seminary in Kansas City, our family had the opportunity to live among other families who were living at the seminary. We lived on the seminary grounds in apartments three stories high so we had seminary families all around us, below us and above […]