Chamber Rodeo set for June 25, 26

TV Hagenah The Tucumcari/Quay County Chamber of Commerce Fourth Annual Rodeo is set to go said Virginia Wright and according to her and others involved with putting on the event everything is looking pretty good for another good year. According to First National Bank vice president Will Cantrell, one of the driving forces behind the […]

Campers dig digging dinosaurs

TV Hagenah Why would a young person take a class in the summer after nine months of slaving away in the classroom? The answer is simple according to Mariah Logston, who is taking Dino Digging from Mesalands Community College. “It’s fun.” In fact that is what all her 10 classmates say about the summer mini-camp […]

Liquor given to minors equals felony

William Thompson Effective July 1, selling or giving alcoholic beverage to minors will become a fourth degree felony in New Mexico. Additionally, anyone charged with selling or giving alcohol to minors can also be charged with “Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor”, another fourth degree felony. The maximum penalty for a fourth degree felony […]

Logan seeks new principal

William Thomposn Logan Public Schools are in the process of searching for a new principal and a girls’ basketball coach. Carolyn Franklin, Superintendent of Logan Public Schools , said Principal Tommy Thompson has resigned in order to take a teaching position at San Jon Schools and Bridget Rey, the girls’ basketball coach, has moved to […]

VFW offers free meals

William Thompson The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2528, located at 106 East Main Street will be serving free breakfast and dinner today and tomorrow in support of the Mother Road Rally. Mucio Lopez, quartermaster of the VFW Post, said that many VFW members and their families have donated time and money. ‘We’ve got a […]

Gates open for ‘Rally’

William Thompson The gates to the Quay County Fairgrounds were officially opened at 9 a.m yesterday morning to visitors coming to the Mother Road Rally. The vendors were putting the finishing touches on their booths in preparation for what they hoped will be a huge weekend-long event. Ron Humphrey and his wife, Patsi, sold a […]

Basketball camp helps future Rattlers

William Thompson Tucumcari High School basketball coach Alicia Trujillo and her husband Albert co-hosted the “Nothing but Net” basketball camp for local youths last week at Tucumcari Elementary School. Coach Trujillo said the elementary school students improved their basketball skills dramatically over the course of the week. “The kids have been learning why things are […]

Anna Allen, Frank Wagner

Anna Allen Anna Allen, 83, died at her residence on Saturday, June 12, 2004. Anna Allen had been a long-time resident of Tucumcari. She was a member of the San Jon Assembly of God Church. She had been a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ruben B.J. Allen in 2000. She is […]

Softball revises schedule

The following is the revised schedule for the 2004 Women’s softball league. All games are played at the softball field behind the Tucumcari Convention Center. Friday June 25 Pacheco’s vs. Clueless – 7 p.m. Las Diablitas vs. Pacheco’s – 8 p.m. Friday July 2 Pacheco’s vs. Clueless – 7 p.m. Logan vs. Las Diblitas – […]

Conover

Emogene L. Conover Emogene L. Conover, 79, died June 11, 2004 at Retirement Ranch in Clovis. Emogene Conover was born August 31, 1924 to Ora Lee and Stella Potts Hamby in Dade County, Missouri. The family moved to Clovis in 1926. She graduated from high school in 1942 and worked for the Clovis Printing Plant […]