Documentary to get showing in city

The new PBS documentary, “The Neon Road in New Mexico”, will be shown on the big screen of the Thunderbird Theater at 2:00 PM Saturday at the Tucumcari Route 66 Festival, in the Convention Center. “This will be a rare opportunity to view the film on a large screen, (the 10 by 14 foot Thunderbird […]

Rangers help with ‘jacket safety

Julie Stone U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Rangers Steve Peterson and Bob Mumford were in the right place at the right time on Saturday, June 5 when they noticed that three girls, ages 14 to 16 years old, had fallen off their jet ski at Conchas Lake. According to Peterson, all three were trying to […]

Conchas Lake offers activities

Conchas Lake State Park will be offering interpretive programs and presentations each Saturday this month. The programs are free to the public. On Saturday July 10 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., Steve Cary, a New Mexico State Parks Ranger, will lead guests on a butterfly walk at the park. Cary is an expert entomologist […]

Fireworks light Fourth

TV Hagenah Around $5,000 dollars worth of fireworks went into the air over the Tucumcari Elks Lodge Sunday evening for 25 minutes and virtually everyone involved felt the money was well spent. “It went great!” said Doug Powers, one of the Elks Members on the fireworks firing line that set off the 450 pounds of […]

Just learning to talk Texan

TV Hagenah As many of my readers know, I try to be helpful whenever I can make myself available to those that need assistance, and I must be good at helping because so many times shortly after I begin to help, those people whom I help say that everything is fine and they don’t need […]

Rattler brings back memories, history

Lynn Moncus The Rattler Paper Committee, composed of Marian Farmer Knapp, Norma Jean Redhage Crellin, and Nancy Ward Napier, is most definitely to be commended this year for publishing 56 pages of pictures and reading material. By adding some colored pictures, they enhanced the appearance of their already first-class publication. This is one paper that […]

Post Office looking unsafe

TV Hagenah Tucumcari Post Master Robert Roark is quite emphatic about the idea that the Tucumcari Post Office is not the Biblical city of Jericho, and the walls won’t “come tumbling down….” He hopes. Roark said his battle with the last panel of the Post Office’s south wall has existed since he arrived in Tucumcari […]

Richmond

Arliegh E. Richmond Arliegh E. Richmond, 72, died in Logan Thursday, July 1, 2004 following an extended illness. Arliegh Richmond was born Aug. 28, 1931 in Phoenix, Ariz. He was retired from a life-time career in law enforcement. He had among responsibilities served as the chief deputy of Navajo County Sheriff’s Office, he was also […]

Pinatas help make reading fun

TV Hagenah Throughout the last week children involved with the Tucumcari Public Library Readiscover New Mexico summer-reading program have been rediscovering a traditional Mexican and New Mexican activity – building and enjoying Pinatas. “It’s gone over really well said Dainetta Kroeker of the Tucumcari Library staff. Children, many with a parent or two would come […]

Conchas Lake water level rises

William Thompson Due to rains within the last ten days, the water level of Conchas Lake has risen about one foot, according to Paul Fishell, Conchas Lake Park Manager. “The higher water level is noticeable to regular visitors to the park, but infrequent visitors probably would not be able to tell, just by looking, that […]