Rotary Club offers scholarship

QCS staff For the second year the Tucumcari Rotary Club has created a continuing education scholarship for the youth of Quay County from funds generated by the Annual Air show. This program demonstrates the Rotary Club’s concern for the development of our youth. One graduating senior from each high school in Quay County — Tucumcari, […]

3-17 Tucumcari Middle School honor rolls

Tucumcari Middle School Honor Roll for the third nine weeks. Gold Honor Roll Sixth grade Andreas Anaya Ashlee Bradley Cellisha Martinez Seventh Grade Laura Evans Taylor Hayes Crystal Henandez Rosario Lucero Shayan Patel Alicia Sanchez Christopher Sandoval Mercedes Vega Eighth grade Daisy Acosta Anisha Bhakta Merissa Cooper Caitlin Elebario Vincent Grap Kassandra Lamm Carlos Marquez […]

Loose cattle entertaining for tourists

By Baxter Black: Humor columnist Moira and Clive, British tourists, had taken in the Arkansas attractions of Eureka Springs, the Chuck Wagon races in Clinton, the sale barn in Green Forest, and now found themselves in Fort Smith for the Arkansas Cattlemen’s Association Trail Drive. They stationed themselves along Rogers Avenue and watched as a […]

Tucumcari ‘family’ must work together to face challenges

By Debra Whittington: Religion columnist But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. — Philippians 4:19

Mesalands receives donation

Special to QCS Mesalands Community College’s North American Wind Research and Training Center (NAWRTC) recently received condition monitoring hardware and software, valued at approximately $30,000 from SKF Group. SKF is one of the leading global suppliers of condition monitoring services including the SKF aptitude Asset Management System, which will allow NAWRTC to monitor and record […]

Logan receives grant for sewer project

By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun A $3.9 million grant from the United States Department of Agriculture will enable Phase II of the Village of Logan sewer project to get started immediately. Terry Brunner, State Director, USDA presented the grant March 3 to Logan Village Council. Logan City Manager Larry Wallin said total cost of […]

Dog nicknames reflect their habits

By Karl Terry: FNM columnist Sometimes a given name just doesn’t suffice for a dog. A nickname sometimes works better. The new dog at the Terry household, Ranger, earned one early on in his residence for his tendency to find out of the way, even hiding places to sleep. We found him behind the couch […]

On the shelves

The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For more information call 461-0295.

Former high school principal remains on paid leave

QCS Staff Tucumcari High School’s former principal David Castillo is still on paid administrative leave, according to school officials. “The situation has not changed,” said Assistant Superintendent Dennis Roch, on Monday. An executive session was canceled and removed from Monday night’s meeting of the Tucumcari Public Schools Board of Education. The session was to be […]

Restaurants also serve ‘Southwestern hospitality’

By Lynn Moncus: Comments from the Canyons Those of us who are proud to call Tucumcari home are pleased many people have little trouble finding good places in which to eat and even food prepared for various eating habits or problems we have developed. As I sat in one of our restaurants Saturday morning, I […]