March 4, 2006 Notable Notes

Applications sought by Early Head Start The Eastern Plains Early Head Start Program is accepting applications for enrollment in the infant/toddler program. The Early Head Start program promotes healthy prenatal outcomes for pregnant women and works with children and families of very young children (six weeks to 36 months) to ensure the development needs of […]

MCI trailer to be housed in city

Special to the Sun Eastern New Mexico Emergency Medical Services (EMS Region III), in partnership with the Division of Epidemiology and Response of the New Mexico Department of Health-EMS Bureau and Homeland Security Department, is working to increase the emergency preparedness of Quay County through provision of a Multi-Casualty Incident (MCI) Trailer to be stationed […]

March 4, 2006 Organizations

Daughters of the American Revolution Presents Awards The Pow Wow Restaurant was the setting for the Feb. 10 meeting of Tucumcari Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution. The DAR honored the winners of our American History Essay contests and the Good Citizen Contest as well as recognizing the recepients of the Proper Display of the […]

March 4, 2006 Menus

San Jon Monday: Breakfast, Bacon & Eggs, cereal, fruit, milk. Lunch- Chicken Alfredo, garlic bread, brocccli, fruit, milk. Tuesday: Breakfast, Waffles, cereal, fruit, milk. Lunch- Steak fingers, mashed potatoes and gravy, rolls, fruit, milk. Wednesday: Breakfast,Biscuits and gravy, cereal, fruit, milk. Lunch- Pork roast, fried potatoes, corn, fruit, cobbler, milk. Thursday: Breakfast, Pancake/Sausage stix, cereal, […]

District 5 candidates look to give back to home

By Kevin Wilson: Quay County Sun Both candidates see the District 5 city council position as their way to connect to the city they call home. District 5 features former school teacher and business owner Norma Jean Crellin running against James Lafferty, a 1978 Tucumcari High graduate who returned to the city two years ago […]

Ute Lake Ranch officials express commitment to water

By Kevin Wilson: Quay County Sun By Kevin Wilson: Quay County Sun A representative of Ute Lake Ranch expressed the company’s committment to water quality during Monday’s Quay County Commission meeting. The Commission received a report from Lonnie Phelps, the engineer of Ute Lake Ranch, a planned community to take up 25,000 acres. Phelps brought […]

Public welfare considered in water plan

By Kevin Wilson: Quay County Sun Public welfare and future water projections took center stage Monday at the Tucumcari Convention Center, as the Northeast New Mexico Regional Water Plan’s public steering committee met throughout the afternoon. The committee, made up of representatives of cities and counties throughout eastern New Mexico, is now in the process […]

March 1, 2006 Notable Notes

Candidate filing day March 21 March 21 is the only day for citizens to file declarations of candidacy for the following offices: District 1 county commissioner, District 3 county commissioner, county assessor, county sheriff and magistrate judge. Filing may be made from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Quay County Clerk’s office at 300 […]

March 1, 2006 Police Blotters

The following is a sample of calls received by Tucumcari police during the last few days. According to the reports: Sunday • At 9:20 a.m., a female called in a welfare check at Crestview Drive. The woman called from Hobbs and said a friend told her a person was at her home. Officers found the […]

Williamson lectureship returns for another year

By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers Portales will be the center of those who view the world in a different way on Thursday when experts in the field of science-fiction join local science-fiction writing legend Jack Williamson of Portales for the 30th annual Williamson Lectureship. “I enjoy the variety of people who have different points of […]