By Leonard Lauriault Read the 23rd chapter of Matthew. Wasn’t that about the most uplifting passage in the New Testament (sarcastically speaking)? Jesus acted like an Old Testament prophet, chastising Israel’s leadership (remember, Jesus lived and died under the Old Testament and the new covenant didn’t take effect until after he fulfilled the former with [...]
Finally, fall is here. The weather is becoming slightly cooler, and gardeners are slowly migrating back outdoors after record-breaking heat this summer. Now is a perfect time to add a new tree or a grouping of shrubs to the landscape. Or perhaps you have an area in the landscape that needs ‘remodeling’ or rejuvenating. The [...]
By Leon Logan Citizenship takes effort I agree with religion columnist Debra Whittington in the Oct. 1 issue concerning God being over everything. As a citizen it is our responsibility to be informed, and to be informed requires some effort
By Lynn Moncus At long last, Aggie and I found the courage and the energy to take a trip out home in order to renew our inner selves and to spend a few hours amid the spirits of the past and the beauty of the present. To do that fairly safely, we put the old [...]
Today: 8 a.m.- 4 p.m., Route 66 Flea Market, Convention Center parking lot, 1500 W. Route 66 Blvd. Call 461-4079.Today: 8 a.m., VFW Post #2528 Ladies Auxiliary Garage Sale and Bake Sale, VFW Hall, 105 E. Main St., Tucumcari. Tables can be rented for $5. Call 461-3061.Today: 5 p.m., Tucumcari Farmers’ Market, Wailes Park on [...]
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.
It’s a girl…Ava Rene Dunn was born on Sept. 19, 2008 in Clovis.. She weighed 7lbs. & 2oz. and was 19 inches long. Her parents are Samuel Dunn and April Sandoval of Tucumcari. Ava’s
The annual United Way of Quay County Auction at Wells Fargo Bank kicks