Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
October 11, 2012
One out of 8 women will experience breast cancer sometime in their life. With October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, events have been planned at Hill Air Force Base."It's really more common than people realize," said Jennifer Sedgwick, as she emphasized the importance of screenings and education. The Health and Wellness Center employee said, "Fortunately, breast cancer is very treatable if... Read more
Mikayla Beyer, Hilltop Times Staff
October 11, 2012
The Hispanic Heritage Committee staged a lunch and dance event in Centennial Park Wednesday to commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month, with great enthusiasm from attendees.More than 50 people attended the event, sitting along the benches and socializing as Hispanic Heritage month unfolded around them."It's great. I have experience with Hispanic culture, having been married to a Hispanic woman for 14... Read more
Maj. Don Tasker, 75th Comptroller Squadron, Commander
October 11, 2012
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Budget, Maj. Gen. (Ret.) Al Flowers, used to profess that remaining calm through fiscal and financial uncertainty will allow leaders around our service to clearly identify the best way to continue mission success through tough times. Quite often we hear the equivalent of "the sky is falling," in reference to Continuing Resolutions, reductions... Read more
Civilian Personnel Office
October 11, 2012
The 2012 Federal Benefits Open Season for Health Insurance, Dental and Vision Insurance, and Flexible Spending Accounts is scheduled from Nov. 12 through Dec. 10. Hill Air Force Base will hold a Health Fair with availability of health insurance carriers Nov. 5-7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and also on Dec. 4-6 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Warrior Fitness Center, Building 533. Brochures and information... Read more
Marketing Services
October 11, 2012
On Sept. 28, at the 75th Force Support Squadron, Buffalo Brewfest, Rockin' Rods and Brews, the grand prize winner of the Gear Up For Fun summer campaign was announced. The surprised winner of a one-year lease on a GMC truck and Wells Cargo trailer was Lee Garcia. Lee has been employed at Hill AFB for eight years and grew up in Layton. When asked why he entered the drawing he replied, "Winning... Read more
Armed Forces Print News
October 11, 2012
FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- To avoid losing coverage, beneficiaries enrolled in Tricare Reserve Select or Tricare Retired Reserve who pay monthly premiums by check need to switch to an electronic form of payment before Jan. 1.Starting next year, Tricare will only accept TRS and TRR monthly premium payments using recurring automatic payments by credit or debit card, or by recurring electronic funds... Read more
Kyle Gover, Ogden Mustangs
October 11, 2012
By Kyle GoverOgden MustangsMustangs Hill AFB Appreciation NightOGDEN -- The Ogden Mustangs are pleased to announce the scheduling of a Hill Air Force Base Appreciation Night, Saturday, Nov. 10. The event is planned to be held annually.The Mustangs will be offering $2 tickets to military personnel and their families for all three weekend games, Nov. 9, 10 and 11. The main festivities, however,... Read more
Michele J. Neri
October 11, 2012
In the past scheduling conference calls required a call to the Hill AFB operators. The Communications and Information Directorate is automating this function to support user self service increasing accessibility as Hill AFB no longer has dedicated telephone operator support. Conference call scheduling is now available via the Self Help "Buffalo" icon on all Hill AFB computers. This web site... Read more
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
October 11, 2012
Approximately 102 pounds of expired unused prescription medications were turned over to Drug Enforcement Agents as a result of the Medication Turn In at Hill AFB on Sept. 29.Airman 1st Class Ryan George, 75 MDSS/SGSD, said the team at the Commissary had seen quite a few people dropping off medications, midway through the day. "I think it's great, especially to get them off the shelves and we know... Read more
Roy Burton, Standard-Examiner staff
October 11, 2012
OGDEN -- Weber State finally played a competitive first half.No. 20 Cal Poly took control from there.The undefeated Mustangs rode a strong second-half surge to a 45-23 victory over the winless Wildcats on Oct. 5 at Stewart Stadium.Weber State (0-6, 0-3 Big Sky) got one monkey off its back by scoring its first first-quarter points of the season on its first drive of the game, but the Wildcats... Read more

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