Reunion rekindles flood of memories

Lynn Moncus Through the years, we have visited about some days being so special that we can hardly believe they actually happened. When we are surrounded by so much turmoil, we really need to appreciate such days because they are major treasures. Last Saturday evening, Eddy Shoemaker of the Cuneva called to invite me to […]

Baker, Lee, Love

Roberta M. Lee Roberta M. lee, 84, died June 3, 2004 at Laurel Hills Health Care in Tucumcari. Lee was born October 23, 1919 in McAlister where she resided nearly all her life. Lee was a homemaker. Lee is survived by her daughters, Terri Wells of Pampa, and Linda Canady of Wyoming. She is also […]

East Coast class on Route 66 arrives in city

TV Hagenah Often people come through Tucumcari because of an interest in Route 66, but 13 university students and two professors came to Tucumcari because of a class being offered by the two instructors in Connecticut on the “Mother Road”. It is the second year that the two Central Connecticut State University instructors have offered […]

Neighbors help San Jon family

William Thompson Around thirty San Jon residents came to the aid of Corky Howe and his family recently by holding an old-fashioned barn raising on the family’s property. Howe suffered four massive heart attacks in May of 2002 and was unable to complete construction of the barn that he had begun prior to the heart […]

Female officer returns from academy

William Thompson Patrolman Patricia Earle of the Tucumcari Police Department returned to active duty recently after a five-month stint at the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy in Santa Fe. Earle underwent mental and physical training in order to be certified as a police officer. She said it was a little difficult coming back to routine […]

Diabetes program offered

According to Quay County Home Extension Agent Brenda Bishop, there will be a special free diabetes program put on by her office in June. “On the Road to Living Well with Diabetes” will be June 16 at three different times. 10:30 a.m., noon and 3:30 p.m. “This is important information that every diabetic needs to […]

Tucumcari looks at races, casino

David Arkin Tucumcari could receive a huge economic boost if a plan to bring a race track and casino to the city moves forward. According to Ben Kendrick, director of the Tucumcari Economic Development Corp., officials are in the early planning stages of landing a race track and casino in the area. However, there are […]

Laramie Wayne Conner

Laramie Wayne Conner Laramie Wayne Conner, 21 months, of New Mexico, formerly of Jacksboro, Texas died May 27, 2004 in Albuquerque. Laramie Conner was born August 18, 2002 in Tucumcari to Cody Wayne and Teresa Kay Conner. He is survived by his parents of New Kirk, a sister Cheyenne Kay Conner, His grandparents Clyde and […]

‘Mother Road Rally’ revs up

William Thompson The Mother Road Rally will be roaring into town June 18 for a weekend of fun for everyone, according to rally organizers. Sherry Anaya, the woman who initiated the idea of a biker rally for Tucumcari, said local motels are already seeing advance reservations. “Local motels have told me they already have three-day […]

Albuquerque man injured at Ute Lake

TV Hagenah LOGAN – A boating accident at Ute Lake sent an Albuquerque man to the hospital with head and side injuries Sunday afternoon and left New Mexico State Park personnel investigating the specifics of the two-boat accident. Rangers said that at this time the details of the accident were still not clear, but it […]