Melodrama scheduled for city

TV Hagenah Rehearsals are well underway for Tucumcari High School’s spring production of “Someone Save My Baby Ruth” or (“Foil the Villain”) under the direction of drama instructor Peggy Szaloy. Szaloy said the play is a melodrama which takes place in Boston in the late 1800s with most of the action going on in two […]

Reception to be visiting time

Lynn Moncus By now, most of you have heard that members of Tucumcari Historical research Institute Board of Directors are planning a reception in recognition of the publication of “Quay County, New Mexico 1903-2003: A Pictorial History” on Saturday afternoon, March 20 from 2:00 to 4:00 at the Tucumcari Historical Museum. Although my name appears […]

St. Anne’s Church cooks Irish Stew

St. Anne’s Catholic Church will be holding it’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Irish stew luncheon at Hammond Hall Wednesday. The stew will be served from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. The cost is $6, with proceeds going to St. Anne’s Altar Rosary Society. Arlene Frey, of St. Anne’s Church, said that the Altar Rosary Society […]

Linksters Struggle

William Thompson The Tucumcari High School golf team placed ninth out of twelve teams at New Mexico Military Institute, in Roswell Tuesday. Rattler coach Charlie Maciel said he can not blame conditions or the military institute course. “The course was a pretty flat, fast course and the weather was good,” said Maciel about the day. […]

Circus comes to Tucumcari

William Thompson The Culpepper-Merriweather Great Combined Circus will raise the big top on the morning of March 31 at the Quay County Fairgrounds. The circus will present two 90 minute performances at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Terri Moss, Home Office manager for Culpepper-Meriweather, said Tucumcari residents should expect a wide variety of entertainment. “There […]

District 4 1-A All-District Released

TV Hagenah Nineteen Quay County basketball players were named to the all-district lists for 2003-04. House had three girls; senior Hailey Lee, junior Lindsey Lee and senior Krista O’Steen and two boys; junior Nathan Foust and senior Jorden Jennings, named to the team with one boy, senior Seth Webb named on the honorable mention lists. […]

Bell, Swilling, Nash, Ferrell

Sharon Bell Sharon Kay Snyder Bell, 52, died March died March 4, 2004 in Yuma, Ariz. She was born on March 8, 1951 in Dalhart. She married Ben Bell on July 18, 1985. They made their home in Vaughn, Mont. Sharon Kay Snyder attended school in Nara Visa and Amistad. She was a daughter, mother, […]

Martinez places at spelling bee

TV Hagenah This year Michael Martinez did not make it to the finals in Washington D.C. in spelling, but he got about as close as it is possible to get without actually making it. In the regional spelling bee in Clovis which determined who would move on to the next level in spelling, the National […]

Some days are more important

Leonard Laurialt I’ve certainly missed or misused opportunities. This time, the significance of a 5-Sunday February didn’t occur to me until I didn’t have time to write another article before the newspaper deadline. Life presents us with lots of what seem to be “once in a lifetime opportunities.“ Many people experience a year ending in […]

Questions haunt columnist’s mind

Debra Whittington “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Hebrews 11:1 For we are saved by hope: but hope that is seen is not hope: for what a man seeth, why doth he yet hope for? But if we hope for that we see not, then do […]