Story hour for preschoolers every Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. -- features stories, songs, rhymes and crafts aimed at fostering a love of reading and learning.
Book Bites (book discussion group) meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 11 a.m. Please come by the library to register and pick up your copy of the current book. All who are interested in joining are welcome to check...
There will be a Saturday veterinarian clinic Feb. 20, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., and an evening clinic on Feb. 24, 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
The U.S. Army Veterinary Command has issued standardized pricing throughout the entire military. This will now include a $25 veterinary exam fee and a $15 veterinary technician exam fee. This fee will be greatly decreased if you choose to get the preventive medicine package now...
Capt. Antonio Leonardi, 75th Medical Group
The average American believes the H1N1 influenza is now of little concern. Statistically speaking, to date, that sentiment is not unfounded. The number of people infected by H1N1 has been no more severe than a typical seasonal flu and the number of hospitalizations and deaths has not been high enough to be considered "newsworthy."
However, the historical pattern of this disease reminds us to...
Amy Kemp Butler
As seemingly against all odds, U.S. Army Lt. Benjamin Foulois taught himself to fly at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, as the U.S. Army's first pilot in the U.S. Signal Corp's first and only plane, there were a number of other commendable achievements in aviation elsewhere, including Utah.
On the afternoon of Dec. 31, 1910, at the Salt Lake City Fairgrounds, Frenchman Louis Paulhan flew a 50-horsepower...
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- In the days following the massive earthquake that recently surged through Haiti, concerned U.S. citizens watched news footage of crumbled homes, heartbroken widows and half-buried bodies -- all from the safety of their sofas.
Other citizens -- Citizen Airmen -- headed straight to the scene of destruction, eager to offer help and hope.
On Jan. 22, 15 Air Force Reservists...
Steven G. Nutt
Repetitious day-to-day routines can do more to make you a terrorist target than any other activity. Terrorists rarely attack people who do not have rigid daily habits, simply because they cannot accurately predict the person's movements in order to prepare their trap. The information that follows will provide some tips that will aid Hill Air Force Base employees in assessing their personal...
The Air Force General Council for Dispute Resolution recently released a web-based Negotiation Planning Tool to assist federal workers in preparing for a variety of workplace negotiations such as grievances and complaints, mediation, process and environmental changes, product team support and government contract negotiations. The tool is user friendly and designed to assist in exploration of...
Question: My daughter is moving into base housing and she has a pit bull dog. She has told me it is not allowed and wants me to take care of it. Is this true -- I understand they can be mean but are pit bulls the only dogs not allowed in base housing?
Answer: Thank you for your concern for our base housing residents. The base housing pet policies do not allow aggressive types of...
Airman 1st Class Melissa Dearstone, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
The Loan Locker located at the Airman and Family Readiness Center will be closing effective Feb. 1.
The closure of the Loan Locker was needed due to new programs coming in and expansions of current programs.
"Our new program is the Exceptional Family Member Program and we will be expanding the Deployment Readiness Program," said Richard Leon, the Relocations program manager and community...
Lee Anne Hensley, Hilltop Times staff
The U.S. Air Force is known for protecting its human citizens, but it extends just as much effort protecting all living species within its land.
Hill Air Force Base owns or provides support for seven properties throughout Utah, Nevada and Wyoming, and it is the priority of the 75th Civil Engineer Group Natural Resources department to protect the wildlife in those areas and ensure the wildlife...