Senior Center Menu for May 11-15

The following are the lunch menus for May 11-15 for the Tucumcari Senior Center. Monday Lunch: Baked Chicken with mushroom and Alfredo sauce, crispy sweet potato wedges, sliced tomatoes, biscuit, pears, milk TuesdayLunch: Macaroni and cheese, brussel sprouts, dinner roll, margarine, chocolate pudding, milk. WednesdayLunch: Carne Adovada, Spanish rice, country blend vegetables, flour tortilla, Jell-O […]

Tournament schedule for Tucumcari Golf Course

Tournaments set at city golf course The following are upcoming golf tournaments at the Tucumcari Municipal Golf Course. For times and entry fees, call 461-1849. l May 23: San Jon Tournament. l June 6-7: Mesa Open. l June 27: Rotary Tournament. l July 4: Legends 4 person Scramble. l July 24-26: Vic Breen Tournament. l […]

May 26-28: Basketball camp set for Logan

Basketball camp set for Logan

05-09-09: Calendar

Today: 6 p.m. Outdoor Country and Western concert, KOA Campground, 6299 Quay Road AI, $5. Donation goes for the Kids Cancer Camps. Reservations call 461-1841Sundays ongoing: 2:30 p.m., American Legion Auxiliary Bingo, Bingo Hall, 100 S. Eighth Street, Logan. Call 487-3910.Monday: 8:45- 9:30 a.m., Rural Bookmobile, Quay Post OfficeMonday: 9 a.m., regular meeting, Quay County […]

Moderate control best for elm leaf beetles

By Tom Dominguez, Quay County Extension At this time of year, the extension office receives a lot of calls about elm leaf beetles.What follows are some of the basic practices that you can take to recognize, treat and manage elm leaf beetles. Just remember that you’re aiming for moderate control. It’s almost impossible to eradicate […]

Bikers run on common ground with our pioneers

By Lynn Moncus Last Sunday evening, Mr. Bill Kinder, owner of the Blue Swallow Motel, invited me to have dinner with a group of bicycle riders and to talk to them a little about the history of Tucumcari. Of course, I was thinking about Mrs. Lillian Redman, the former owner, and of the times she […]

Longshot win brings positive boost

By Glenda Price A New Mexico owned and trained horse won the Kentucky Derby last Saturday. In the midst of torrents of depressing news cascading onto us daily — even hourly — a little-known horse and his connections proved once again that in the United States of America the regular folks can win. Also on […]

05-09-09: Police Blotter

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. Tuesdayl At 5:36 a.m., an anonymous caller on east Hwy

Rep. Roch to serve on Legislative Education Study Committee

By QCS Staff State Rep. Dennis Roch (R-Tucumcari) said Friday he was appointed as a voting member of the Legislative Education Study Committee, one of several interim legislative committees which meet between legislative sessions. “This committee was my first choice,” Roch said, “and I’m pleased that my colleagues recognized the contributions I can make to […]

05-09-09: Engagement, wedding and birthday

Exchanging vows…Tina Ranette Smith and Tyrel Travis Cason, both of Magdalenda, will exchange vows at 7 p.m. on June 6 in Tucumcari.Smith is the daughter of Robin and Aleta Smith and the granddaughter of Leona and the late Henry Smith, all of Tucumcari. Cason is the son of Ken and JoHelen Cason of Magdalenda and […]