Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times editor
No matter how you peel them -- or if you don't SEmD 40,000 pounds of potatoes makes a fairly large mound in a parking lot when you pile up approximately 840 fifty-pound sacks.
That's the size of the contribution Team Hill received March 12 through the generosity of Tom Holm, an Idaho Falls farmer, and U.S. Army Lt. Col. (Ret.) Reginald Reeves, now a practicing Idaho Falls attorney, who conducts a...
Airman 1st Class Melissa Dearstone, 75th Public Affairs Office
Essye Miller, Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association, Wasatch Chapter president and director of Hill Air Force Base Communications Directorate, awarded Kurt Jensen, Career and Technical Education faculty member at Ogden High School, the AFCEA Wasatch Chapter Educational Foundation's Science Teaching Tools Grant worth $1,000, on March 4.
Ogden High School was the recipient of the...
Lt. Col. Jeff Zemke, 75th Air Base Wing Chief of Safety
The snow has almost melted and spring is right around the corner, a time when many will roll out their two-wheeled "Deployment Specials" and look for a sunny day to check out the top end of their freedom machines.
Those first few rides of the year are when too many of our Wingmen crash and burn by either being hit by an automobile, or pushing the top speed and riding faster than they are capable...
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times editor
Allan Woods, Motorcycle Safety Program Manager, reminds riders that the Hill Riders Association and 75th Air Base Wing Safety personnel will be hosting the Mandatory Annual/Preseason Motorcycle Safety Briefings on March 30 and April 7. Briefings each day will be 6 a.m., 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.
"Military personnel and Department of Defense civilians will need to schedule their briefing times and dates...
Staff Sgt. James M. Hodgman, 55th Wing Public Affairs
OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE, Neb. -- They are our mothers and daughters. In many cases, they are also the ones who hold families together. They are the women of our lives and have accomplished much throughout history in addition to caring for loved ones.
President Barack Obama recently issued a proclamation declaring March as National Women's History Month, an observance that offers all Americans an...
Lee Anne Hensley, Hilltop Times correspondent
When Airman 1st Class Christopher Kirchner received orders in June of 2008 to Hill Air Force Base after completing technical training at Sheppard AFB, Texas, he was unaware that his estranged biological father, Mark Albertson, was moving from Tennessee to Perry, Utah, at the same time. Kirchner's mother, however, was informed of both events independently by both of them and she knew it would be a...
Staff Sgt. Jason Burton, 75 Air Base Wing Public Affairs
From the time he was a child 2nd Lt. Chad Hall, 421st Aircraft Maintenance Unit assistant officer in charge, has had a dream to become a professional athlete.
That dream was achieved March 11 when he was selected and signed to play professional football as a wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles.
"Well it happened really quick to tell you the truth," Hall said. "This has been a very stressful...
Steven G. Nutt, Installation Antiterrorism officer
According to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, few aspects of our society are as safe as the U.S. Mail. In fact, postal inspectors say they have only investigated an average of 16 mail bombs over the past few years while the postal service has processed more than 170 billion pieces of mail.
That being said, the Installation Antiterrorism Office would like to remind all Hill Air Force affiliated...
Boyer Hill Military Housing representatives will be conducting a town hall meeting April 12, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Base Theater.
"In that meeting we will be talking about our construction updates," said Dawn Sousa, BHMH assistant property manager. The Year 5 and Year 6 plan will be reviewed as well and it will be an opportunity for questions and concerns to be presented by residents.
Catherine McNally, Hilltop Times writer
"When you come through the gate in the morning are you coming to advance your career or is it just your job?" asked Essye Miller, director of Hill Air Force Base Communications Directorate, as she spoke March 11 to a gathering.
Miller led this year's career broadening seminar as part of the Federal Women's Program's series of events held in honor of Federal Women's History Month.
"What do you...