Bill Glen

Services: At 1 p.m. Thursday, at Steed-Todd Chapel. Bill Glen, 78, died Sunday, Oct. 7, 2007, from acute kidney failure after a brief stay in the Rio Rancho Health Care Center. He was born July 3, 1929 in St. Vrain the youngest child of Minnie and William Glen. Mr. Glen was a lifetime resident of […]

Ram ground game leads to comeback win against Rattlers

By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun The Portales Rams recovered from an upstart Rattler team on the road, scoring 20 unanswered for its first win of the season, 20-14. “We came out and just really controlled the ground game,” Portales coach Andy Correll said. “I really felt like we played the best that we’ve played […]

Letters to Editor: Cooperative spirit to clean up

I’d like to start this letter out on a positive note: Tucumcari has a lot of people who take pride in keeping their homes and businesses looking good. And I appreciate that as I’m sure many people do. However, I’m afraid those aren’t the properties that stand out to our visitors who come to town. […]

ENMU celebrates 1957 season

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico When the Greyhound football team lost 45-20 last Saturday at Abilene Christian, it meant Eastern New Mexico University would again be just outside the Division II rankings. But it meant something else for Eastern New Mexico University (4-1). When this Mark Ribaudo-led Greyhounds squad suffered its first loss, it […]

Moya tops House Cowboys

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Cowboys sophomore wide receiver Chris Wooldridge blocks ahead of sophomore running back Jonas Moya during Thursday’s 33-14 loss.

Yard and Garden: Roses for fall planting

By Tom Dominguez Fall is the best time to plant trees, shrubs, many perennials, vines and roses. Recent rain and cooler temps make an ideal environment for planting. A great opportunity to see what you should be planting is to just drive around town. Look for those roses and shrubs that are very healthy, provide […]

College ties bind friends and memories

By Lnn Moncus Last week was made special by a visit from Debbie Widger, Gift Planning Director, and Robert Peterson, Major Gifts Officer, from New Mexico State University. Yes, such titles sound quite impressive and are, but the young people who carry them are the impressive ones. Debbie is probably the best known Aggie in […]

10-06-2007: Calendar

Today: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Center St. United Methodist Church Enchilada Dinner, 406 E. Center St. Today: 5 p.m., Tucumcari Farmer’s Market, Wailes Park on Route 66 Blvd. Call 461-3346 or 403-7901. Monday: 9 a.m., regular meeting, Quay County Commission, Commission Chambers, Quay County Courthouse, 300 S. Third St. Monday: 11:30 a.m., monthly meeting […]

USDA applications for EQIP program sought

By QCS Staff The USDA-New Mexico Natural Resources Conservation Service has announced that individuals who wish to apply for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) during FY2008 should submit their applications at the very earliest time possible, according to a news release. NRCS New Mexico will be grouping the applications and beginning to process these […]

Community Notes: Gallery and B&B opening, Arch Hurley election

San Jon Carnival San Jon School and community are gearing up for their carnival. The theme this year will be “Battler of the Holidays.” Events throughout carnival week include: Elementary School bake sales from Oct. 15-18 at breakfast and lunch. Oct. 11, raffle sales begin. Oct. 18, parade Oct. 19, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., […]