Student on cross-country walk of faith passes through Tucumcari

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QCS Staff A student walking from California to South Carolina stops in Tucumcari as he rest from his 2,411-mile pilgrimage home. Tobiah Steinmetz, said he was on a walk of faith Friday afternoon as he visited the Quay County Sun offices. “I was compelled by God to walk across the country,” Steinmetz said. Steinmetz, 25, […]

Beauty is only a drive away

By Lynn Moncus: QCS Columnist Although the countryside between here and Oklahoma City is beautiful and was really showing off with a profusion of wild flowers, this woman from lma could hardly wait to grab Aggie and take our Sunday trip into Quay Valley To see our grand mesas in all their glory let us […]

Student passes through town on cross walk

By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun A student walking from California to South Carolina stops in Tucumcari as he rest from his 2,411-mile pilgrimage home. Tobiah Steinmetz, said he was on a walk of faith Friday afternoon as he visited the Quay County Sun offices. “I was compelled by God to walk across the country,” […]

Pool closed Friday

Freedom New Mexico The kid’s pool at the Tucumcari City Pool is closed today for maintenance.

EPCOG approves reduced budget, cuts staff

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By Robin Fornoff: Freedom New Mexico The Eastern Plains Council of Governments cut almost a third of its staff Wednesday while approving a significantly reduced budget for the 2010-2011 fiscal year. [image #1, align=right, size=medium] The EPCOG board approved the $1.9 million budget at its annual meeting held at Leal’s Mexican Food Restaurant. It’s a […]

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It’s a snap Girls Junior League Softball [image#2, align=right, size=thumbnail] The 2010 Girls Junior League Softball tournament marked the end of the season May 20. The Diamond Divas came in first place, followed by Cyclones in second, Code 3 in third and Logan Lakers in fourth. Cylones team members in the back row from left […]

Vacation bible school leads children to Jesus earlier

By Debra Whittington: The Church Lady “…Jesus called the children to him and said, “Let the little children come to me…” Luke 18:16 (NIV)

Letters to the editor: Rodeo coach commendable

Tucumcari is a wonderful town with a wonderful community college. Above all, you have an amazing rodeo coach. I hope you realize and appreciate the talents and accomplishments of C.J. Aragon. Here in Idaho, we are so proud of our Idaho native and have sent students from here to be tutored under his expertise. We’ve […]

Facts show U.S. immigration fears unfounded

Politics often involves a tug-of-war between perception and fact. One of the most obvious cases involves the insinuation that “illegals” are swarming across our southern border and putting the entire nation at risk. Of course, “illegals” could be harmless immigrants just looking for a way to feed their families, or sophisticated gangsters armed to the […]

Tomboy more comfortable in mud

By Baxter Black: On the Edge of Common Sense Nicole was a tomboy. No, more accurately she was a cowboy. She favored cow work to Barbie dolls. She was Dad’s right-hand man. By age 15, she could pull her weight, from building fence to pulling calves. Last spring to celebrate the coming of sunshine, the […]