Homicide investigation continues

TV Hagenah According to representatives of area law enforcement agencies, work is continuing in the homicide investigation of the death of Joanie Vance of rural Tucumcari which took place Tuesday evening, Jan. 20 at the Sundowner Gallery and Gifts on First Street around 5 p.m. “Investigating officers are working on it extremely hard,” said New […]

Snow closes city schools

William Thompson According to Bill Reentz PhD., Superintendent of Tucumcari Schools, Tucumcari schools failed to open Monday due to hazardous early morning driving conditions. Reentz said he received a call from his transportation supervisor, John Burson, about 4:30 a.m. Monday and Burson said the road conditions were questionable. “Mr. Burson told me he saw poor […]

Belly dancing set to roll

TV Hagenah It is a dance that brings to mind Scheherazade, Salome and even Mata Hari. It is a dance that brings to mind the middle east, of hookas and sitting on pillows on the floor. It is a dance of women in gauzy clothes and veils. And in the not too distant future it […]

Dems anticipate caucus

TV Hagenah According to representatives of the Democratic Party in Quay County, they are looking forward to Tuesday, Feb. 3 which will be the first ever Democratic caucus in New Mexico. “It’s very important for Democrats,” said the county chair of the Democratic Party in Quay County Ron Wilmot. “It’s important for them to vote […]

San Jon releases honor roll

San Jon Schools released their honor roll for the second nine weeks term. Second Nine Weeks: The only Senior receiving straight “A’s” was Katie Pool. Juniors receiving straight “A’s were Ellen Bone and Jennifer Choate. The only Sophomore receiving straight “A’s” was Rich Martinez. The only Freshman receiving straight “A’s” was Tyce Foster. The only […]

Family, friends recall victim

Darrell Maurina State police officials said last evening they have made no arrests and are not releasing any new information on the death of Joanie Vance, who was found dead in the Sundowner Gallery on First Street Tuesday evening. Early on in the investigation, it was released by the New Mexico State Police Investigation Division […]

Tucumcari releases perfect attendance

Tucumcari Elementary School released their second term perfect attendance lists for preshchool and kindergarten through second grade. Preschool students with perfect attendance were Samuel Nemrow, Xavier Garcia, Taylor Gilmore, Jared Smith, Nicholas Andrada, Whitney Skabelund, Dwight Brown, Gabby Gutierrez, Kami Lamm, Hayden Modisette, Kyle Lopez, Dalton Murray, Kayla Cherry, Michael Christian and Jessyka Washenbaugh. Kindergarten […]

Logan releases honor roll

Logan Municipal Shools released their honor roll for the second nine weeks term. Second nine weeks: Seniors receiving straight “A’s” were Melissa Hampton, Stephen Oglesby, Nichol Rodgers and Brett Sanders. The only Junior receiving straight “A’s” was Chase Kulback. Sophomores receiving straight “A’s” were Kelsey Ayres and Drew Perez. Freshmen receiving straight A’s were Ashlee […]

Pipline information seen as ‘critical’

Mike Linn The Republican Party of Quay County met Tuesday evening in Tucumcari to select delegates to the state Republican Pre-Primary Nominating Convention in Alburquerque on Mar. 6. Three delegates, “Scooter” Mitchell, Tucumcari, Sam Morrow, Logan and Travis Nelson, Nara Visa, were selected to attend the nominating convention. The purpose of the Nominating Convention in […]

Republicans select Quay Delegates

William Thompson The Republican Party of Quay County met Tuesday evening in Tucumcari to select delegates to the state Republican Pre-Primary Nominating Convention in Alburquerque on Mar. 6. Three delegates, “Scooter” Mitchell, Tucumcari, Sam Morrow, Logan and Travis Nelson, Nara Visa, were selected to attend the nominating convention. The purpose of the Nominating Convention in […]