Nearly one-third take part in primaries

QCS Staff In Quay County, less than a third of the 5,938 registered voters participated in the primary. In all, 1,808 votes were cast. Of the 3,585 registered Democrats, 40 percent or 1,406 voted. Of the 1,804 registered Republicans, 23 percent or 402 voted. Among Quay County’s registered voters, 500 have registered and declined to […]

Shooting puts law enforcement on alert

By Marlena Hartz: Freedom Newspapers An atmosphere of vigilance has settled over New Mexico law enforcement agencies since they lost one of their own in a routine traffic stop on March 22. When he stopped the driver of a gold pickup truck, Deputy James McGrane Jr., 38, was shot in the head and died. For […]

Teachers among Who’s Who

QCS staff Twenty area teachers or instructors were named to Who’s Who among America’s Teachers recently. Students listed in Who’s Who Among American Students were requested to nominate the one teacher from their academic experience they felt made a difference in their lives by “Helping to shape their values, inspire interest in a particular subject […]

Students among Who’s Who

QCS staff Forty-three area high school students have been included in the 38th annual edition of Who’s Who Among American High School Students, 2003-2004. Students are nominated by high school principals and guidance counselors, churches, and educational organizations based on students’ academic achievement and involvement in extracurricular activities. Students named in Who’s Who also compete […]

Collectors still showing wares

Dave Gragg “Sweet old Bob” Gaines and Harold Jehle pondered tinkered with the little brass contraption for several minutes before finally giving up on it. They figured out that one piece was stuck and another was sharp, but that was as far as they got before taping over the sharp end and putting it back […]