More customers turning to myPay

Air Force Retiree News Service INDIANAPOLIS — When the Defense Finance and Accounting Service first launched the myPay Web-based pay account system in 2000, less than 500,000 military members, military retirees, annuitants and federal civilian employees were listed as online users. Today that number includes 3.7 million users with access to pay account information, tax […]

Colts release Hank Baskett

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Courtesy photo Hank Baskett played four seasons in the National Football League, twice named rookie of the week in 2006 with the Philadelphia Eagles. CNJ staff For the first time since the 2005 NFL draft, Hank Baskett is an unrestricted free agent. The Indianapolis Colts did not resign the wide receiver, who joined the team […]

King’s message echoes feelings of hope, peace

Freedom New Mexico Forty years ago this month, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot to death in Memphis by an assassin’s rifle bullet. Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, campaigning for president in Indianapolis, Ind., made impromptu remarks to a shocked crowd that have been designated by

One Super Sunday

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Kim Chisum of Clovis shows off her dedication to the Indianapolis Colts. Chisum has followed the Colts since Peyton Manning arrived. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer The 1985 Chicago Bears went 15-1 in the regular season, outscored their three playoff opponents 91-10, and were so confident they recorded a […]

Butler, Lyda

Lyda Butler Services: No service is planned. Lyda Mae Butler, 73, died Thursday, April 8, 2004, at Plains Regional Medical Center. She was born March 8, 1931, in Santa Monica, Calif., to John William and Lyda M. Ward Thomas. She was raised in Southern California and went to school there. After living in several different […]