One fall my husband decided to buy extra alfalfa, the idea being we could sell it during the winter and make some extra money. He stacked it behind the house so it would be easy to back trailers down the lane when people bought only a few bales. It worked. By January, people passing by [...]
The following is a sample of calls received during the last few days by the central dispatch office for Quay County, based at the Tucumcari Police Department.
This fishing report has been generated from the best information available from officers and anglers.
By Debra Whittington A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly: and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother. Proverbs 18:24
By QCS Staff In this case it is not good to be among the top five. In this case, it is the top five leading causes of death in Quay County. They are: l Heart diseasel Cancerl Respiratory diseasesl Accidents l Tied for fifth place are diabetes and cerebrovascular disease. These were leading cause of [...]
The following students from House Municipal Schools were on the honor roll for the grading period ending April 3, 2008: A Honor Roll12th GradeAngelina Romo 8th GradeKaylee Tibbs 5th and 6th GradesJosy Sepulveda 3rd and 4th GradeTrenton LeeKoby Valentine A and B Honor RollJuniorKris FoustDeeAnna Henson SophomoreBobby LeeColt PratherBrittnee Roybal FreshmanKaylee Vineyard 8th GradeEfrain Rodriguez [...]
Special to the QCS A young Tucumcari artist, Elizabeth “Tomoko” Bahrs, 18, has been awarded best of show for her entry in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s annual Junior Duck Stamp Contest for New Mexico, according to a press release from the federal agency. Bahrs depiction of a male and female Wood duck, entitled [...]
By Laura Nesbitt About 500 people from the Estancia Valley showed up in support of a proposed move by the Albuquerque Downs to Moriarty at a New Mexico Racing Commission hearing on Tuesday night at the Moriarty Civic Center. Moriarty annexed 700 acres north of Interstate 40 and east of N.M. 41 at the request [...]
More than 500 children and adults attended the opening of the Women’s Club “Youth Center,”
Today: Noon, Tucumcari Kiwanis Club, Pow Wow Restaurant, 801 W. Rt. 66 Blvd. Call 461-3715 for information.Today: 5:30 p.m., meeting of The Class of 2008 Parent Committee, Mesalands Community College. All parents and students are encouraged to attend. Call Kim Enriquez, 403-6713; Yvette Fazekas, 403-8536; or Jennifer Debord, 403-7865.Today: 5:30 p.m., regular meeting, Mesalands Community [...]