Sharon Voeller, Duane Verchelde, M.O. Bain, Bettye Felker

M.O. Bain M.O. “Jack” Bain, 77, died Monday, Aug. 2, 2004. Jack Bain was born March 30, 1927, in Claude, Texas. He was a member of the Methodist Church in Sunray, Texas and was a veteran of World War II. He was a long-time County Commissioner in Moore County, Texas where he was also a […]

City schools qualify for free lunches

William Thompson All Tucumcari Public School students will be receiving free breakfasts at school this year, and school officials found out recently that city schools also qualify for free lunches pending school board approval. Sonia Raftery, Executive Assistant to the superintendent of Tucumcari schools, said achool officials found out the good news at a meeting […]

School set to begin

TV Hagenah Wednesday, Thursday and Friday saw students across Tucumcari registering for classes at Tucumcari Elementary, Middle and High schools which will begin later in the month. At each of the schools, administrators and counselors who were in charge of the registration said things went well, if a little chaotic at times. “But things always […]

Locals keep on cruisin’

TV Hagenah It is a step back in time, it recalls the time of big engines and big cars with names like GTO, T-bird, Nomad and Bellaire. It is a time that recalls poodle skirts and packs of cigarettes rolled up in the sleeves of white t-shirts It is Sonic Drive-In’s Saturday Cruise Night that […]

Tucumcari children learn of drama

TV Hagenah Many children dream of being on stage and hearing the applause of an audience saluting them for performance well done. A pair of theater professionals are in Tucumcari working with a group of local children to help them experience the thrill of theatrical accomplishment. Justin Bennett and Jacki Hasty of the Missoula Children’s […]

My wife – weather junkie

TV Hagenah I feel that the current rating system that has been created for television (you know the one. It has a “V” for violence, and “N” for nasty, an “RS” for really stupid….At least, I think those are the ratings.) Anyway, I want to add one for my household. I want a “W” for […]

Rattler alumni share memories

Lynn Moncus Hundreds of Rattler Alumni certainly had the opportunity to amass another collection of memories last weekend during Rattler Reunion. From the opening gathering until the last dance, people just enjoyed being together and recalling earlier times. The Rattler Alumni Board and the Host Class of 1974 are to be commended for seeing that […]

Pet Parade provides fair fun

The video moment of the fair will likely be the Pet Parade on Saturday, Aug. 21, at 1 p.m. in the Show Arena hosted by the newest 4-H club in Quay County, the Quay Broncs. Children up to 12 may enter their pets in the parade. Pets range from dogs and cats to more unusual […]

Special award to be given

In memory of Artha Towner, who served as Superintendent of the Needlework Department for 15 years, the Quay County Association for Family and community Education (formerly Extension Homemakers) is offering a Memorial Award for the Best of Show in Knitting at the Quay County Fair. The winner will receive a plaque. To be eligible, the […]

Fair art continues

The Quay County Fair Fine Arts Department offers a wide range of categories for people to let their talents shine. Painting, sculpture, creative writing, photography and music are all areas available for entries. Amateurs, juniors and professionals will be judged separately. This department also has a special division for pre-juniors who are 0 to 10 […]