Focusing less on self mark of maturity

Lynn Moncus Have you noticed how many of us have developed major “I” problems during the last few years? We and our have been replaced by I, me, and mine. Obviously, we have become exceedingly self-centered while trying to build very large self-images that will impress someone. We may expect children to lay claim to […]

Cielo behavior after turbine fire unneighborly

When a wind turbine caught fire Sunday on the Caprock southeast of Tucumcari, volunteer firefighters rushed to put it out. Now officials with Cielo Wind Power Inc. seem to be threatening legal action against one of those volunteers if he distributes pictures of what he saw. Nice neighbors, huh? Richard Flint of San Jon said […]

Girls drop two at Sandia Tournament

TV Hagenah It was a close fight for the Tucumcari High School girls at the Sandia Prep Invitation Tournament Thursday, one that they thought was, for the most part theirs since they led the contest until the final minute of the game against McCarty, but it was not to be as they lost by a […]

Rattlers lose 66-63 to Pecos

William Thompson The Tucumcari High School boys basketball team jumped to a big lead early but wound up losing 66-63 to the Pecos Panthers Thursday in Santa Rosa. Head Coach John Span said his team could have won with better free throw shooting. “We jumped to a 29-8 lead, but I knew Pecos was going […]

Volleyball player wins honor

William Thompson Jamie Jones, a standout basketball and volleyball player for Tucumcari High School, won 2004 all-state honorable mention honors in volleyball for class 2A. The honorable mention status means she was considered to be one of the top dozen middle hitters in the state in her class. Jones, who said she prefers basketball, said […]

Cowboys, Cowgirls do well at tourney

The House Invitational saw both House teams do well. In the Cowgirls opening game, Lindsy Lee led all players with 26 points followed by Kimberly Lyons with 15 as the Cowgirls defeated Hondo 57-24. Sara Lee and Shannan Land added six apiece. In the Championship game, Lindsy Lee again led House with 30 points with […]

Longhorns lose tose to Melrose

William Thompson The Logan High School girls basketball team dropped a game to Melrose Tuesday Night in Texico. The Lady Longhorns lost 64-43 and Logan’s coach, Gary Miller, said he was disappointed. “Personally, I feel we could have progressed faster this season,” he said. “For some reason we haven’t been consistent, but every player does […]

Rattlers Outlast Monte Del Sol

William Thompson In a tightly contested game, the Tucumcari Rattlers got their biggest lead of the game late in the fourth quarter to win 57-48 against Monte Del Sol in Santa Rosa.. The Dragons led at the beginning of the final period 38-37. The Rattlers relied on three-point shooting, hitting ten three pointers in the […]

Falling turbine blade causes fire

TV Hagenah SAN JON – On Sunday, Jan. 2, a 100-foot-long wind-turbine blade fell from one of the 220 foot tall turbines located on the caprock to the ground striking an electrical transformer which in turn ignited non-toxic mineral oil used as insulation for the turbine causing a blaze at the base of the tower.. […]

Henry Osmer Hudson, Richard W. Fisher

Henry Osmer Hudson Henry Osmer Hudson, 82, of Clovis died Sunday, January 2, 2005 at his home in Clovis. Henry Hudson was born April 5, 1922 to Luther O. and Clara Bostick Hudson in Forrest. He married Marrion Woods on June 9, 1951 in Lubbock. He was a rancher in House. He was a member […]