Quay County Sun - Serving the High Plains

Local restaurant owners retiring

After 23 years of building up, establishing and refining Del's and Kix on 66, restaurant owners Yvette Peacock and Yvonne Braziel have decided it's...

City manager resigns

Tucumcari City Manager Jared Langenegger has resigned from his post, effective April 11. Langenegger made the announcement at Thursday’s city commission meeting. After an executive session...

Jail log - Jan. 17

The following individuals were booked into the Quay County Detention Center Jan. 9-15: • Jimmy Armstrong, 48, warrant • William Burnett, 23, negligent use of a deadly weapon • Orlando...

A look at who's who in municipal elections

QCS STAFF Incumbents in two Tucumcari City Commission districts will face challengers in municipal elections March 6. The Tucumcari Convention Center will be the polling place for the city municipal...

Commission gets behind 'Solo Work' facility

The Tucumcari City Commission Thursday resolved to support efforts to establish a “Solo Work” facility in the city, which would provide offices and equipment for area residents who work for...

Pages past - Jan. 17

January 1965 • District three Quay County Commissioner T.G. Rose was elected to be the chairman for the Quay County Commissioners office. • Construction of the Trigg Memorial Hospital was still...

Menus - Jan. 17

The following are the menus for the Tucumcari and Logan senior centers and schools in Quay County for today through Jan. 24: Senior centers Coffee, tea and milk served daily Logan Thursday: Pigs in...

Rested Lady Rattlers to face Dexter

Coming off a week-long break from competition, the Tucumcari Lady Rattlers jump right into the fire with a road game at 10th-ranked Dexter followed...

Rattler wrestlers land second at Duals

After a second-place finish as a team at Pecos, the Tucumcari Rattlers varsity wrestling team prepares for their next competition in the midst of illnesses and injuries. “We’ve got some sick,...

Letter to the Editor - Jan. 17

Everyone plays part to attract business to town There has been a lot of talk lately around town and on social media about the Kmart store closing. The theme seems to be: “Let’s place the...

Morality, law can't be separated

You can’t legislate morality. Maybe you’ve heard that said, or said it yourself, when a conversation turned toward a prominent moral / political...

President tattler broke confidence

Two issues involving our current president seem to be taking all the air out of the room at this time. One of these is the long-running charge of...

Rural papers keep on keeping on

As a journalist working for a rural local newspaper, I am heartened by what I’ve been reading about rural newspapers lately. Over the past 20 years or so, the New York Times and Wall Street...

Legislature has work cut out figuring budget

New Mexico lawmakers reconvened in Santa Fe on Tuesday for a 30-day session in which their primary task is to adopt a balanced budget for the coming fiscal year. But this year they will have some...

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