High school sports scores and schedule through Oct. 22

QCS Staff Football 2ATucumcari 21Dexter 20 1A8-ManLogan 90Valley Christian Academy 14

Press Release: Governor urges citizen action in tribute to Vitenam vets

Governor Bill Richardson today issued a challenge to New Mexicans to get behind a “National Call for Photos,” a project to collect photos of all names listed on the National Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Wall in Washington D.C.

How the flu travels

Here is a illustration of how the flu virus can travel and be transmitted in your workspace or enviroment.

Mesalands program’s future uncertain

wMeeting discusses state budget cuts By Thomas Garcia Quay County Sun Mesalands Community College’s board of trustees on Tuesday discussed the future of the dual enrollment program with possible budget cuts from the state on the horizon. Dean of Student Services David Gallatin briefed the trustees about the uncertain future of the program. Gallatin reviewed […]

New street pole banners in works

By Chris Schmaedeke, QCS Managing Editor By Chris Schmaedeke QCS managing editor A small sampling of the new street pole banners for Tucumcari were presented at the City Commission meeting on Thursday. The Chamber of Commerce and the Lodgers’ Tax Board have worked together to produce banners which were on display at City Hall. The […]

10-7 Calendar

Saturday • Cowboy Cooking, 9 a.m.,-noon, Tucumcari Historical Museum, 416 S. Adams St. Wednesday • Commodities, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Travis Nelson Building, Quay County Fair Grounds. Oct. 22 • Housing Authority, 5 p.m., City Hall, 215 E. Center St. • City Commission, 6 p.m., City Hall. Oct. 23 • City Finance Board, 10 […]

County approves JAG application

By QCS Staff Quay County Commissioners approved the application of a $53,000 grant from the Department of Justice during Mondays regular meeting. The Justice Assistance Grant, (JAG), will be split between the Quay County Sheriffs Office and Tucumcari Police Department, said Commission Chair Franklin McCasland. McCasland said the two agencies planned on purchasing a law […]

Recipe of God’s words bring balanced diet

By Debra Whittington Train up a child in the way he should go… Proverbs 22:6 In the 1960’s the toy market jumped on the bandwagon of young girls imitating their mothers with the Easy Bake oven. When I saw one in a store last week, memories transported me back in time. For those who never […]

National TV hurts baseball

By Chris Schmaedeke, QCS Managing Editor Baseball is one of my favorite sports. I love to watch it on TV, I loved going to games at Denver’s Coors Field when I lived in Colorado and I played first base and pitcher growing up. The Colorado Rockies have made the Major League Baseball playoffs for only […]

Sharing a lesson learned early in life

By Lynn Moncus Money, or the lack thereof, is a frequent topic of conversation these days, giving us one more reason to return to the past and how we were taught to use whatever dimes we were given. As usual, Dad was an outstanding teacher and made me much aware of the importance of learning […]