Ads make Super Bowl interesting

It’s pretty funny how Americans decided we didn’t have enough major holidays on the calendar so we turned a sporting event into one. I guess the commercialization of the Super Bowl is a lot better thing than the way we commercialize Christmas. But the price of those commercials – wow! I think I heard that […]

Super Bowl ads not so ‘super’

Well, the Super Bowl is over and professional football has left us once again until September. The Super Bowl is the pinnacle of achievements for the 32 teams in the National Football League. Its history is rich, its atmosphere is electric, and its finishes are often ones for the history books. I am a fan […]

Back-to-back Super Bowl victories hard

Are you ready for some football? I know I am. Since the beginning of the National Football League’s lockout I have been a bundle of nerves. Then came that glorious news, an agreement, and the season will go on as planned. The following days were highlighted with trades, cuts and free agent acquisitions. Now in […]

Super Bowl situation causes reporter’s contemplation

Thomas Garcia In case you have not heard the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers will be playing in Super Bowl XLV at Arlington. Thirty-two teams started the season with the hopes of making it to the big game with a chance to win the Lombardi trophy, the National Football League’s most coveted honor. The […]

Rooting for underdogs favorite pastime

By Baxter Black: Humor columnist In the fall of 2008, before the election, as the recession crashed down around us, I gave up on politics. It appeared that no one on either side, on Wall Street, in Detroit or in the media had a clue. It was like listening to a basket of turkeys expounding […]

Rattlers compete in Science Bowl

Special to the QCS Kudos to Tucumcari’s Science Bowl team Stephen Smith, captain, Donny Price, Wil Bason, Marissa Lees and alternate Eddie Hernandez. The team went undefeated in the morning rounds at the New Mexico Science Bowl at the Albuquerque Math and Science Academy last weekend. They beat Santa Fe,

Club makes it to top 10 in Science Bowl

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By QCS Staff The Tucumcari High School Science Club finished eight at recent Science Bowl in Albuquerque. Thirty-four teams from across New Mexico competed at the Math and Science Academy on Feb. as part of the New Mexico Science Bowl. The competition quizzes competitors in the areas of general science, earth science, math, astronomy, biology, […]

House turbines add power to green Super Bowl

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By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun Among all the excitement and hype of Sunday�s Super Bowl XLII, the little community of House in Quay County has become a player. Its wind turbines are helping the National Football League produce its 15th “green” Super Bowl event in Phoenix. The NFL calls it the �greening of the […]

No. 54, Brian Urlacher will be here Thursday

By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun An NFL Super Bowl/Pro Bowl player is set to meet with fans and overlook his signature owned business in Tucumcari. The Chicago Bear’s linebacker, Brian Urlacher, will be at the Brian Urlacher Cross Country Auto Sales on South Lake Street Thursday afternoon. Urlacher will be holding an autograph session […]

We’re not all called to play in the Super Bowl

By Debra Whittington Be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor of me his prisoner: but be thou partaker of the afflictions of the gospel according to the power of God; Who hath saved us, and called us with an holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his […]