School menus — Oct. 27

Logan Monday Breakfast: Bagels, milk, juice. Lunch: Hamburger or cheeseburger with all the trimmings, fries, milk. Tuesday Breakfast: Apples with peanut butter, juice and milk. Lunch: Barbecue pork rib strips, buttered rice, salad or corn, hot wheat rolls, fruit, milk. Wednesday Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, juice, milk. Lunch: Frito pie with cheese, beans or broccoli, dessert, […]

Comments from the Canyons: Holiday catologues were fun to look through

Lynn Moncus No doubt, you have noticed the increase in the number of catalogues you receive each week now that we are supposed to be thinking of the holidays. With each trip to the mailbox, many of us carry an armload of those publications and wonder where we are going to put the latest batch. […]

Senior menus — Oct. 27

The following are the lunch menus for Oct. 28 – Nov. 3 for the Tucumcari Senior Center.

Community calendar — Oct. 27

Thursday City Commission at 6 p.m., City Hall. Tuesday Red Hat Society meeting at noon, Del’s Restaurant. Nov. 3 Museum Advisory Board at 3 p.m., Museum. Nov. 5 Lodger’s Tax Advisory Board at 10 a.m., City Hall. Nov. 8 Economic Development Corp. at 5:15 p.m., EDC. Nov. 11 City Commission Work Session at 5 p.m., […]

Police blotter — Oct. 27

The following is a sampling of calls recently received by the central dispatch office for Quay County, based at the Tucumcari Police Department. Friday •At 3:20 a.m., a woman reported a prowler on the 1600 block of South Sixth Street. An officer advised they checked the area and all was OK. •At 1:03 p.m., a […]

Area meteorologists expect milder conditions this winter

QCSun Staff The upcoming winter weather in Quay County should be warmer, milder and drier than last winter’s, a National Weather Service meteorologist said. Kerry Jones, meteorologist with the NWS Albuquerque area office, said this winter marks a transition from El Nino to La Nina weather patterns in the United States. “(La Nina) is when […]

Police say I-40 fatality may have been intentional


Thomas Garcia A crash Sunday on Interstate 40 resulting in the death of a 39-year-old California man may have been intentional, according to New Mexico State Police Capt. Jimmy Glascock. Glascock said the accident happened about 6 a.m. at mile marker 361 east of San Jon. He said a semi loaded with peaches was eastbound […]

Jesus bears burdens we put on ourselves

Debra Whittington “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden…”. Matthew 11:28-29 In my last column I related that I worked hard to get some things in my life in their proper perspective. In every column I write I strive to point out a Biblical truth that other people also struggle with […]

Health care law goes too far

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Americans give generously

Baxter Black Last spring many criticized Florida strawberry growers for plowing under their crop when it was obvious that spending more money to pick and distribute it would only add to their financial loss. They were called stingy and greedy by their detractors and told they should harvest the crop and give it to the […]