Volleyball update

QCS Staff Logan’s Lady Longhorns had a busy weekend. Logan won against Mosquero in four sets on Thursday night and win against Grady Friday night. Longhorns senior Samantha Sanchez attributed Thursday night’s win to plenty of pre-game workouts. “We have been practicing a lot,” she said. “We worked on our passing and floor work and […]

School menus beginning Sept. 25

San Jon Monday Breakfast: Waffles, cereal, fruit and milk Lunch: Nachos with meat, corn, fruit, cake and milk Tuesday Breakfast: Bagels and yogurt, cereal, fruit and milk Lunch: Chicken nuggets, rolls, mashed potatoes, fruit and milk Wednesday Breakfast: Biscuits & gravy, cereal, fruit and milk Lunch: Frito pie, broccoli, fruit, salad bar and milk Thursday […]

Quay County 4-Hers place, show at state fair

2006 New Mexico State Fair Results The following are the results from Quay County 4-Hers who participated in livestock and indoor exhibits at the New Mexico State Fair. Swine Show Tanner Sorrels, 5th place medium heavy Cross Brittany Slutz, 10th place Cross; 11th place Cross Keely Goodgame, 5th place Duroc Sheep Show Denton Dowell, 1st […]

Who knows what good for you

By Ryn Garglinski: Freedom Newspapers ust when New Mexico folks thought that burrito was safe, new news says a tainted bag of spinach found its way to the Land of Enchantment. The spinach E. coli scare has now strained its way to 23 states, killing one in Wisconsin. While the scare heavily hit California — […]

We’ve all got a responsibility to the Constitution

By Lynn Moncus This week, we have been hearing and reading much about the Constitution and how very fortunate we are to have such a document. Many of us can recall memorizing the “Preamble” and the “Bill of Rights,” plus studying the entire document in our public schools and later in college. We can but […]

Letters to Editor: Rising gas prices

On Labor Day, my wife and I went to Ute Lake in Logan. We were surprised to find gasoline prices at both stations at least 20 cents cheaper than gas in Tucumcari. Given the fact that Logan is 25 miles off of Interstate-40, a small village and a tourist/recreational area that draws people all the […]

Falling for the season

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun We’ve all got that feelin.’ The reason’s the season. It’s fall. Matter of fact, it’s the season of the autumnal equinox, the official astronomical change-of-the-seasons. We should have felt it yesterday, East coasters had to wait until today. The air is getting cooler. The days are getting shorter. After […]

09-23-2006: Calendar

Today: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Quay County Heritage Dayze, Tucumcari Historical Museum. Today: The Nara Visa Cowboy Poetry & Song Gathering, Old School Community Center, Nara Visa. Today: 7 p.m., Bluegrass Old Time Music Program, Quay County Exhibition (Fair Barn). Quarterly Pot Luck (bring a supper dish to share.) No charge. Tuesday: 11:30 a.m., […]

Texico residents allowed to go back home

By Sharna Johnson More than a dozen Texico residents were allowed to return to their homes around 2:30 p.m. Friday, two days after a truck accident resulting in a fuel spill forced their evacuation, according to Texico Fire Chief Lewis Cooper. The residents of five homes in the 300 block of north State Line Road […]

New owners take over ethanol refinery

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun The new owners of the ethanol refinery on Rock Island Road signed the final papers on Wednesday morning. A Dallas-based partnership, SOZO Energy, LP, and the Tucumcari Greater Economic Development Corp. (TGED) agreed on Aug. 25 for SOZO to purchase the ethanol plant on Rock Island Road. Joseph Harker, […]