Parents’ tips for camping with kids

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Sara Cassinelli Camping can be inexpensive and a great way for families to unplug, be outside and experience everything nature has to offer all while creating lifelong memories. Avid outdoorsman and Idaho Outdoors freelance writer Mark Krepps has three boys and has some great advice for parents who want to take their kids camping. Choosing […]

Child Sense: When an older sibling is at camp

Priscilla J. Dunstan Parents often underestimate the anxiety and loneliness a younger sibling has when an older sibling goes off to camp. Young children don’t have a concrete understanding of time, and their immaturity makes it hard for them to believe their sibling’s absence is temporary. Keep them busy, do something special, and use this […]

Community briefs — May 4

British coaches offer free clinic Youth soccer registration will take place Friday from 4-7 p.m. at Rattler Field. Kids registering for summer camp will receive a free camp T-shirt, soccer ball and jersey. Kids who want to participate in a free clinic hosted by British soccer coaches can show up with a soccer ball. The […]

Mosquero Cowboy Camp schedule

Bring your own chair (BYOC) Friday • 7 p.m., Campfire meal • 8 p.m., Cowboy Service Saturday • 6 – 8 a.m., Cowboy Breakfast • 10 a.m,. Horse Shoe/ Corn Toss /Ground Roping Contests Competitive Games for All Ages/ Under Tent Music • 11 a.m., Goat Roping 12 a.m., Campfire meal 1 P.M. Under the […]

Letter describes horrors at concentration camp

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Editor’s note: Sixty-five years ago, the German-held concentration camp at Buchenwald was liberated by United States forces. Cpl. Hayley C. Dandridge, a Dora High School graduate, toured the facility less than two weeks after an estimated 21,000 prisoners were freed. Dandridge wrote about the horrors he saw in a letter to friends, Alan and Freeda […]

Mesalands entrepreneurship camp teaches teamwork

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Special to the QCS Students from the community participated in a free Kids to a Higher Power: Youth Entrepreneurship Camp, offered this week by Mesalands Community College. Through various projects, students learned important aspects of the business field including, leadership and teamwork. They also had the opportunity to take field trips downtown to learn about […]

May 26-28: Basketball camp set for Logan

Basketball camp set for Logan

Rattler football camp starts Monday

Rattler football camp starts MondayA three-day Rattler football camp for all students in 7th through 12th grade will begin Monday, said head football Coach Daniel Hutchins.Registration for the camp will be at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Rhodes Field House.The camp will be from 6 p.m.

If you hummed with Hummingbirds, they want you

By QCS Staff Hummingbird Music Camp is calling on all former campers, counselors, and teachers to return to camp at end of May to celebrate the camp’s 50th birthday.

Aug. 15, 2007 Around Town

County Fair Schedule.. Today: 7 a.m. Breakfast by Tucumcari Baptist Association 9 a.m. Rabbit Show Poultry Show (Following Rabbit Show) 5 p.m. Fair Anniversary Reception 6 p.m. Swine Show    Thursday 10 a.m. Goat Show 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Watermelon Feed 6 p.m. Lamb Show Friday 4:30 p.m.  Heifer Show 6:30 p.m.  Steer Show […]