Police blotter – March 7

The following is a sampling of calls received by the central dispatch office for Quay County, based at the Tucumcari Police Department. Friday At 9:39 a.m., an alarm was reported at a retail store on the 100 block of W. Route 66. At 9:44 a.m., a man was arrested for a warrant on the 200 [...]

God gives cause to leap for joy

Last Wednesday was leap day. Leap day comes every four years, except for century years not divisible by 400, and was originally added to the calendar by Julius Caesar because the lunar year is actually longer than 364 days. Leap day is a make up day to keep our accounting of time aligned with God’s [...]

Our page – March 7

Pacheco Heather Celeste Pacheco has been named Teenagers or Student of the Month, it was announced today by the Elk's Lodge. Heather, age 17, is the daughter of Chris and Dolores Pacheco of Los Lunas. She is a senior at Tucumcari High School. The teenager or student of the month program is sponsored by the [...]

New administrator joins Dan C. Trigg hospital

Special to the QCS Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital has announced Suraj Agboke has joined the hospital-based primary clinic as the practice administrator. “We’re pleased to have Suraj’s expertise as a part of our team. His experience will help us expand clinic services and recruit providers,” said Lance Labine, Administrator for DCT. Agboke replaces Johnlyn [...]

God gives cause to leap for joy

Last Wednesday was leap day. Leap day comes every four years, except for century years not divisible by 400, and was originally added to the calendar by Julius Caesar because the lunar year is actually longer than 364 days. Leap day is a make up day to keep our accounting of time aligned with God's [...]

Limbaugh’s words hurt conservative cause

The language wasn’t the worst part about Rush Limbaugh’s tirade last week, in which he called a Georgetown University law student a “slut” and a “prostitute” because she wants contraception to be a requirement of health insurance. Limbaugh’s decision to target a private citizen, rather than, say, President Obama who has championed the idea, wasn’t [...]

Limbaugh’s words hurt conservative cause

The language wasn't the worst part about Rush Limbaugh's tirade last week, in which he called a Georgetown University law student a "slut" and a "prostitute" because she wants contraception to be a requirement of health insurance. Limbaugh's decision to target a private citizen, rather than, say, President Obama who has championed the idea, wasn't [...]

New administrator joins Dan C. Trigg hospital

Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital has announced Suraj Agboke has joined the hospital-based primary clinic as the practice administrator. "We're pleased to have Suraj's expertise as a part of our team. His experience will help us expand clinic services and recruit providers," said Lance Labine, Administrator for DCT. Agboke replaces Johnlyn "K" Grose, who transferred [...]

Lady Longhorns fall at quarterfinals

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QCS staff The Logan Lady Longhorns fell 57-49 to the Tatum Coyotes Tuesday at the state 1A basketball quarterfinals in Albuquerque. “I am real proud of the girls and can’t wait till next year,” said Lady Longhorns head coach Clair Rachor. The Lady Coyotes’ aggressive rebounding throughout the second and third period kept the Lady [...]

Men’s rodeo team sets record

Special to QCS The Mesalands Community College men’s rodeo team set a record over the weekend at the Cochise Community College in Fort Huachuca, Ariz., scoring 1,120 points in a first-place finish with three individual championships. The point total is a Grand Canyon Region record for a rodeo. The team is first in the nation, [...]