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The Clarendon Enterprise July6, 2017 ..... ~o AEP/Southwestern Electric Power Co. presented a check for $25,000 to Clarendon College last Friday, June 30, in Childress. The gift from the American Electric Power Foundation will be used for Nursing Program Scholarships at the CC Childress Center. Pictured here are SWEPCO representa- tive Matt Nichols, Jennifer Harland, and Tony Barley with CC President Robert Riza (second from left). ENTERPRISE PHOTO/ROGER ESTLACK WASHINGTON - The HouseForce Base near Wichita Falls, It authorized for Bell's V-22 Osprey Armed Services Committee passed also includes language to tighten and helicopter programs, including the National Defense Authoriza- evaluation process of energy projects the procurement of 10 new Ospreys tion Act for Fiscal Year 2018, which close to military installations to help and 27 new H-1 helicopters. Much authorizes spending for military per- ensure that bases and training ranges of the work for those aircraft will be sonnel, weapons systems, national are not adversely impacted, performed in Amarillo. security programs, and foreign mili- Pantex: The bill provides $10.4 Other Highlights of the bill: tary operations by a vote of 60 to 1. billion in funding for nuclear weap- Military Personnel and Pay: "The threats our country faces ons activities including the work The bill supports the full 2.4 percent today are more varied and wide- done at Pantex, which is $184 mil- pay raise for the military. spread than ever before. While our lion more than the Administration's Military Families: Prohibits enemies have been quickly advanc- budget request. All life extension the reduction of inpatient care for ing, our military has gotten smaller," programs, including the W76-1 pro- military Medical Treatment facilities said Committee Chairman US Rep. gram currently underway at Pantex, located outside of the United States. Mac Thornberry (R-Clarendon). are fully funded. The bill includes The bill also provides resources to "Our service members work to pro- $5.2 million to begin design and help families with relocation and tect us every day, and we owe them construction of the Pantex Material relicensing. the best training, the best equipment, Staging Facility, which will dramati- Rebuilding Readiness: Makes ~tnd other support our nation can pro- cally improve operations and secu- key investments not provided for in vide." rity at the plant, the President's Budget Request. The The bill authorizes $631.5 bil- To help with aging infrastruc- NDAA will begin to recover lost lion in spending for defense needs, ture, the bill establishes the Facilities readiness and begin rebuilding the including a $28.5 billion increase for and Infrastructure Recapitalization force. essential readiness recovery above and Repair Program (FIRRP) with Maintenance: Increases Navy the President's budget request, a goal of reducing the nuclear secu- Ship and Aircraft depot maintenance The National Defense Autho- rity enterprise's backlog of deferred and afloat readiness, while also rization Act (NDAA) also combats maintenance and repair needs by 50 including additional funds for the global terrorism by fully resourcing percent within five years. An addi- Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air and authorizing counterterrorism tional $150 million is included to Force operation and maintenance. efforts and U.S. Special Operations help with this effort at Pantex and Facilities: Increases funding to Forces, programs, and activities other facilities across the enterprise, support military facilities. around the word .............. Finally, the bil!provides an increase Missile Defense: Increases Shepp)ardAir F0tce Base::-Th.~b ~0f $33 million for defense nuclear the authorization of funds to: pro- NDAA authorizes funding for an security to ensure Pantex and other cure additional interceptor missiles, increase in end strength of the Air facilities maintain the highest level increase investments in the Ground- Force and programs such as the of security, based Midcourse Defense System, training missions at Sheppard Air Bell: Close to $2.6 billion is and boost phase missile defense. r Contlnu from page one. Ten-year-old Ben Estlack said he supports the pool project because his family has to drive an hour away to go to a water park and he'd rather not have to go that far, and he said he also supports the Mulkey project. Addressing a suggestion to scale back the water recreation proj- ect, Denise Bertrand urged leaders to not set the goal too low. That senti- ment was shared by Howardwick resident Dusty Green, who said he had been to many communities in his travels and he and his wife are excited about Clarendon's projects. "This is a special place with a lot of value," Green said. "Don't just meet the minimum; dare to do more." Claar graduates from Dakota Wesleyan April Barnett C laar of Lakeview graduated Cum Laude from Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell, SD, on May 7, 2017, with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. She is the daughter of Lynae Uttecht. Barnett was also named to the 2017 spring dean's list at DWU. I Convalescent HOME VISITS PROGRAM Our Home Visit Program is designed to meet our neighbors, form friendships, and to bring a smile into their day. This is a program that we offer, is absolutely free of charge. Our staff will visit with your friends and loved ones who don't have as much opportunity to leave their homes for socialization, but still have the desire to form new friendships. We are looking for people that would enjoy a visit by a friend, a favorite snack, or just a few minutes to catch-up. If you know someone who would enjoy the Home Visit Program, call Lauren Shadle at 806-259-3566. m m 2 3 m m 25 38 n m 45 __m 7 8 mn 12 __m 16 /I 43 44 __m 59 62 mm 65 CLUES ACROSS t. __ fi (slang) 36. Highway material 4. Former CIA 41. Gracefully slender 7. Parts per billion (abbr.) 45. Not often found 10. Fermenting vat 46. Baghdad is its capital 11. News organization 47. Deriving from Asia 12. Paddle 50. Large, veterinary pills 13. Agent in alchemy 54. Boxer 15. Small amount 55. 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