Friendly service appreciated

By Lynn Moncus Although I always prefer to shop at home, I sometimes can’t find a few things here and am apt to head to Clovis two or three times a year. The drive is usually pleasant, and the change of scene brings back many memories of the times our family used to travel those […]

Two Logan classes to be honored at State Capitol

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By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun The third grade math and sixth grade science classes at Logan Municipal School will be honored at the State Capitol by the New Mexico Public Education Department. The classes will be recognized by NMPED’s Math and Science Advisory Council at 1 p.m. on Feb. 10. at the Rotunda of […]

Volunteers needed for local animal group

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By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun A local animal group is seeking volunteers to find homes for rescued dogs. “Over 50 dogs in need of a second chance have found homes thanks to the efforts of the city’s animal rescue group,” said Christina Fleming, rescue volunteer. Fleming said the City of Tucumcari Volunteer Animal Rescue […]

1-27 Our Page

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Name: Valarie Montano Your profession: Project Coordinator Age: 20 Hometown: Tucumcari Your family: Single Your pets: I have a poodle her name is Skittles. She’s black and white and she definetly has a personality. Fantasy dinnerp arty: Audrey Hepburn – She is just fabulous. Faith Hill- Because I love her music. TV show: My favorite […]

Burch brings new ideas

By Chris Schmaedeke, QCS managing editor Tucumcari High School students were visited by “Rattler Man” during Friday’s homecoming pep rally. Rattler Man told the students how he was going to bring a lot of changes to Tucumcari High School. Students listened, but wondered how these things were going to be made possible. Who was this […]

God’s light eliminates fear of dark

by Leonard Lauriault When Jesus was transfigured, his clothes became a dazzling white (Mark 9: 2-8). There are some interesting facts concerning light and dark or black and white. First, white is the combination of all colors – it is complete light. On the other hand, black is the complete absence of light. I’ve had […]

Press release: Rep. Roch proposes greater role for landowners in renewable energy

Freedom New Mexico SANTA FE – State Representative Dennis Roch (R-Tucumcari) introduced House Bill 104 this week in an effort to increase the input of landowners in the renewable energy industry. “With the construction of wind turbines and transmission lines on private property,” said Roch, “it is vital that landowners have a voice in the […]

1-27 Obituaries

Adelina Moya Adelina Moya, 83, died on Sunday, Jan. 24 2010, in Albuquerque. She was born Oct. 14, 1926, in Newkirk. Survivors include her daughters Aneda Boylan, Dora Maes, Imogene Easte, Joanne Moya-May and Odela Moya and her sons Charlie Moya, Ralph Moya and Howard Moya. Services: 10 a.m. Thursday at Saint Anne’s Catholic Church […]

Burch brings experience to Tucumcari High School

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By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun The new acting principal of Tucumcari High School is focusing on reaching out to the students and community to create a better education experience. Since he started Jan. 11, Jack Burch said he has been meeting and getting to know staff and students. Burch said his main goal is […]

Freedom, creditors reach bankruptcy deal

By Dena Bunis WILMINGTON, Del. — A federal bankruptcy court judge Thursday approved a deal between Freedom Communications, its unsecured creditors and its lenders that could allow the company to emerge from bankruptcy by the end of March. Freedom properties include the Clovis News Journal, Portales News-Tribune and Quay County Sun in Tucumcari. The arduously […]