October 1963

Bill Speed was student council president for the 1963-1964 academic year at ENMU. …Violet McBryde was named Woman of the year by the Tucumcari Business and Professional Women’s Club. …Thomas B. Hoover, medical advisor for the selective service, received a certificate of appreciation from President Kennedy and Gov. Jack Campbell. …Donna Kinkead, daughter of Lewis […]

Mesalands board chair resigns

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By QCS Staff Muriel Latham-Pfeifer, chair of the Mesalands Community College’s Board of Trustees announced her resignation Tuesday night at the regular board meeting. Pfiefer’s resignation is effective today. She cited personal reasons for her resignation and said she would be moving on Friday to Albuquerque. Pfeifer served on the board for eight years, five […]

Hitting the AYP mark will get harder each year

By QCS Staff Hitting the AYP mark will get harder each year By QCS Staff Out of the 800 public schools in the state, 46 percent made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) and 54 percent did not make AYP in 2006, according to an announcement on Tuesday by New Mexico Public Education Secretary Veronica García. Last […]

All activities can teach about God

By Leonard Lauriault: QCS Religion Columnist The accomplishments of our school’s athletic teams are readily acknowledged, with trophies finding a place of honor in the halls of academia. This is good because individual and team sports help develop good citizenship including community involvement and service to others. Athleticism also should be supported as a means […]

All-District Academic listed in Volleyball

TV Hagenah Volleyball players from throughout the class “A” schools of Quay County were named to the All District Academic lists recently. Nine volleyball players from House were listed, six were listed from Logan and five were listed from San Jon. Listed as All-District Academic Volleyball House Lisa Chesher, Kimberly Lyons, Heather Wooldridge, Tracy Baker, […]

Mesalands names All-State Academic Team members

QCS Reports Joyce Runyan and Reynaldo Maestas have been selected as Mesalands Community College’s nominees for the 2004 New Mexico All-State Academic Team. Sponsored annually by USA TODAY, the American Association of Community Colleges and Phi Theta Kappa, the International Honor Society of two-year colleges, nominees must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of […]