Cannon airman experiences training flight firsthand

USAF: Airman 1st Class Alexxis Pons Abascal A pilot with the 522nd Special Operations Squadron flies an MC-130J Combat Shadow II aircraft, over the skies of New Mexico, Jan. 5. The 522nd SOS, assigned to Cannon Air Force Base, flies the MC-130J which provides capabilities such as in-flight refueling, infiltration/exfiltration and aerial delivery resupply of […]

Patient transfers stretching resources

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Firefighter Mike Field performs a routine maintenance check on an ambulance at Station 1. Sharna Johnson Clovis ambulances are spending more and more time taking patients out of town, a dynamic that is starting to stretch resources a little thin. In the last two years, out-of-town ambulance transfers increased 57 […]

Good stewardship acting for others, not self

Judy Brandon I wrote about Auntie Mille several years ago. A reader request has prompted me to tell about her once again. I found out about her from one of my students who her great niece. Auntie Mille was a single mother who worked to stretch her meager income. It was the late fifties in […]

Church spreading Word through rubber wristbands

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Mike Griffin wears four wristbands, including one that glows in the dark. “My problem is selling them; I just give them away.” said Griffin, referring to the wristbands that are sold for $2 apiece. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer Rubber wristbands: Trendy fashion accessory or clever way to spread a […]

Lady Cats finish road stretch with win

CNJ STAFF FRENSHIP, Texas — The Clovis Lady Wildcats finished off their longest road stretch of the season with a 48-41 win at Frenship, Texas, on Monday night. Since its last home game on Dec. 6, Clovis has played six games on the road, the last three in Texas. Clovis coach Miles Watters said his […]