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 By Thomas Garcia    Sports    October 18, 2017 

Cross country teams to host district meet

The Tucumcari boys and girls cross country teams will have the week off to prepare to host the 3A district meet on Oct. 27 at the Tucumcari Municipal Golf Course. “I am excited to have district at...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    October 18, 2017 

Man arrested after high-speed chase; stolen goods recovered

A Monday morning pursuit ended with the arrest of a Tucumcari man, along with recovery of a stolen vehicle, handguns and belongings from burglaries...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    October 11, 2017

Meteorologist: Quay rainfall tops 19 inches

Thanks to recent rainfall portions of Quay County are experiencing the second wettest season in history, attributing to what would be the first...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    October 11, 2017

Shots hit residence during fight; two held on charges

A Tucumcari man and woman were arrested Oct. 3 after a fight led to gunshots that struck a residence on the 500 block of South Monroe Street in...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    October 11, 2017

Trigg staff spends day of service at Tucumcari Elementary

Members of the leadership staff of Dr. Dan C. Trigg Memorial Hospital spent time with the fifth-grade students of Tucumcari Elementary Thursday to...

 

Rattlers prepare for Clayton face-off

The Tucumcari Rattlers will have a bye week to help them prepare for their second District 3-3A opponent the Clayton Yellowjackets. Following...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    October 4, 2017

Fired Up! delivers entertainment

More than 1,700 people filled the streets of downtown Tucumcari Saturday to enjoy live music, molten artwork, the crowning of local legend royalty...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    October 4, 2017

Two arrested following shooting investigation

A Tucumcari man and woman ere arrested Tuesday after a fight led to gunshots that struck a residence on the 500 block of South Monroe Street in...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    October 4, 2017

City sees rash of auto thefts

A rash of vehicle thefts has prompted law enforcement officials to urge residents to be vigilant, pro-active by locking their vehicles. In the past month there have been as many as five vehicles that...

 

Logan routs Springer 48-8

The Logan Longhorns cruised by the Springer Red Devils Friday for a 48-8 homecoming victory. "We are finally starting to get healthy," said Scott...

 

Lady Rattlers to host Santa Rosa

The Tucumcari Lady Rattlers have a week to prepare for their first district 5 3A game against the Santa Rosa Lady Lions. The Lady Rattlers (4-9) will...

 

Schools celebrate success

San Jon, Logan Elementary students, staff and administration received a personal congratulations on the schools earning an 'A' in the state's grading...

 

Cowboy poetry draws 80

NARA VISA - More than 80 enthusiasts of Cowboy poetry, songs and lifestyle gathered in Nara Visa to take part in an annual celebration honoring the we...

 

Rattlers pull Santa Fe split

The Lady Rattlers volleyball team came away with a lot of positives from their split wins Saturday during the Santa Fe Indian tournament bracket play, said Dana Benavidez, Tucumcari head coach....

 

Rattlers turnovers costly against Foxes

The Tucumcari Rattlers need to take care of the ball and follow through on their assignments or their season is not going to get any easier, said...

 

House, Quay officials talk bond split

House School officials and Quay County Commissioners came to a preliminary agreement on the split from money generated from the Industrial Revenue Bonds of the proposed Casa Mesa Pilot wind farm. “T...

 

Rep. Roch remembers Domenici

State Rep. Dennis Roch recalls his time working with New Mexico's former six-term Republican senator Pete V. Domenici following his death on Sept. 13...

 

Rattlers struggle with errors

It's tough to find a silver lining sometimes, but Tucumcari coach Wayne Ferguson tried after Friday's 21-0 defeat to Dexter. "Games like tonight are...

 

Police led on chase

TUCUMCARI - Three people were arrested Friday following a pursuit that covered more than 30 miles involving the Village of Logan Police Department...

 

Fired Up! fundraiser adds events

Expanded children's events, new attractions, improved main attractions and a larger variety of food venders than ever before are just a few of the...

 

We remember

Local organizations held remembrance ceremonies in honor of those affected by the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, along with a free meal to show support for...

 

Diaper drive aids Houston

A desire to help the those in need in Houston after the devastation of Hurricane Harvey prompted the Quay County Sheriff’s Office to organize a diaper drive that collected more than 500 pounds of...

 

Tax fund considered for MainStreet costs

The Quay County Commission approved a request from the Quay County Family Health Center’s administrator to continue to act as the PMS clinic’s fiscal agent for the 2018 fiscal year. The annual...

 

Rattlers face Dexter Friday at home

The key to stopping the Dexter Demons Friday will be to contain their dynamic quarterback, while limiting mental mistakes and following through on responsibilities, said Wayne Ferguson, Rattlers head...

 

Lady Rattlers work toward error-free game

The Tucumcari Lady Rattlers continue to work on finding the right rotation for their personnel while focusing on eliminating unforced errors, said...

 

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