Students collect for troops

According to representitives of the seventh grade at Tucumcari Middle School, everyone in Tucumcari is encouraged to bring a number of different items items to the middle school for shipment to American troops in Iraq during the upcoming holidays. Middle School instructor Jodie Linn said the deadline for collecting is Nov.1. She also said seventh […]

Senior Center holds party

According to members of the Pioneer Senior Citizens Center on South Third Street, the center is hosting a Halloween party at 2 p.m. Friday. Ruby Bonds, one of the party’s chief organizers, said a fun time is guaranteed for all. “We will have games, costume contests and refreshments including a ‘ghoulish’ punch.,” said Bonds. “The […]

Bond ‘B’ could help area colleges

Ryan Lengerich Area higher education officials say a bond that would allocate $94.5 million is crucial to projects planned at local colleges. Voters will decide Nov. 2 if funding the projects is worth a slight rise in property taxes. Bond “B” will provide funding for equipment and building projects at universities and colleges around the […]

Trucking jobs come to Tucumcari

William Thompson Interstate Distributor Company, a Tacoma-based trucking firm, is currently installing a working terminal in the 1600 block of Camino Del Coronado on the west side of town. George Payne, executive vice president of the company, said the company hopes to hire many new drivers from the Tucumcari area. “We hope to hire as […]

Therese A. Morris, Merle A. Biddix, Agnes Trampe, Virginia Goodson

Therese A. Morris Therese A. Morris, died of cancer at her home in Clovis October 16, 2004. Therese Morris was born September 27, 1947 in Fremont, Ohio the seventh child of George and Anna Becker. Therese came to New Mexico in 1972 where she worked for Tucumcari Public Schools for several years before moving to […]

Early voting going strong

TV Hagenah According to Quay County Clerk Jeannette Maddaford, roughly 20 percent of the registered voters in Quay County have already voted. Maddaford said 692 people have voted early in person and another 542 have voted by absentee ballot combining for 1,234 voters voting which works out to 19.77 percent of the 6,241 registered voters. […]

Senator arrives Monday

TV Hagenah New Mexico’s U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman will be coming to Tucumcari Monday, Oct. 25 and will be visiting with both Tucumcari City and Quay County commissioners. In addition, he will be attending an open luncheon hosted by the Quay County Democratic Party and finally he will be going by the Caprock Amphitheater south […]

THS seeks replacements

TV Hagenah On Thursday, it was announced that Tucumcari High School is looking for three teachers to take the place of teachers who have turned in their resignations. “It’s not that unusual for teacher positions to open up this early,” said Tucumcari Municipal School’s Superintendent William Reents. “I don’t think Tucumcari has had three positions […]

National Guardsmen return home

William Thompson Five National Guardsmen from Tucumcari are coming home after nearly two years at Cannon Air Force in Clovis. Guardsmen Jason Braziel, Roberto Gallegos and Ricardo Sanchez will be returning to their jobs with city government while Sgt. Tim Clark and Anthony Alarcon will be returning to their jobs as special education teachers with […]

Singer of Aztec songs comes to Tucumcari

William Thompson Michael Heralda, a Los Angeles based singer, musician and storyteller, will be bringing a unique brand of Aztec-inspired music to the Tucumcari High School auditorium tomorrow afternoon. Heralda’s 3 p.m. performance, sponsored by the Quay Council for the Arts and Humanities, will feature audience participation. “The Aztec songs are indigenous songs and each […]