Thursday City Commission work session at 5 p.m., City Hall City Commission at 6 p.m., City Hall. Monday Economic Development Corp. at 5:15 p.m., EDC. Friday Library Advisory Board at noon, Tucumcari Public Library. Oct. 22 City Finance Board at 10 a.m., City Hall. Oct. 26 Planning and Zoning Advisory Board at 5:15 p.m., City […]
Baxter Black You’ve heard the old adage, “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” In northern Indiana there’s more than one way to skin a renegade cow. Farmer Dave had rented pasture from a neighbor. It had a big old deserted barn, complete with hay loft, sliding doors and draft horse stalls. Dave […]
Russell Anglin Sunday marked one of those rare instances when my nuclear and extended families could get together and relax for a minute or two. Having somehow awoke at a reasonable time Sunday morning at my grandma’s house, I had the chance to join my step dad, little brother and grandpa as they made their […]
October 1968 The board of directors for the Nara Visa community center, Travis Nelson, Robert Burns, Jeff Ward, I.L. McAlister and Junior Rock attended a meeting in Clayton in hopes of saving the school building in Nara Visa which is used by the community for all occasions. The Union County Board of Education shut down […]
• There will be a benefit dinner for the Family of Frank and Julie Bell on Oct. 21 at 6-8 p.m., at the Logan Civic Center.
Quay County 4-Hers place at New Mexico State Fair with educational exhibits Junior Katelind Hittson won third place for her leather coin purse Junior Taylor Hayes won first place for her advance braided belt and a 2nd on her angel food cake Novice Regan Runyan won third place for her silhouette photo, third place for […]
Karl Terry Weather prognosticators — they’re a dime a dozen. I predict many of them will be all wet. We’ve all got our favorite TV weather person. We choose them for their banter or their graphics or the way they dress, but chances are they usually don’t predict the weather worth a hoot. They all […]