Resident decries hike in services

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun The quality of services is not worthy of the costs charged by the city for those services, Tucumcari resident Tony McNeil told city commissioners at their meeting on Thursday. McNeil said he moved to Tucumcari a few years ago and that he was trying to clean up his place. [...]

April 8, 2006 Notable Notes

Last Supper performance coming The Center Street Methodist Church will host a performance of The Last Supper on Thursday night at the church, located at 406 E. Center Street. There is no admission for the event. Screening appointments sought As part of the upcoming wellness fair, the University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy, Dan [...]

Principal position filled

By William Thompson: Quay County Sun Floyd language arts teacher to start in Tucumcari soon. Tucumcari will soon have a new high school principal. Susan Montoya, a language arts teacher at Floyd High School, was notified Saturday of her selection. She succeeds Gary Salazar, whose resignation takes effect after this school year. “She has an [...]

Construction to begin on 1-40

Fisher Sand and Gravel of Albuquerque is the low bidder for the reconstruction of I-40 between Newkirk and Tucumcari, according to New Mexico Transportation Secretary Rhonda Faught. Construction will begin after the Department of Transportation finalizes the contract and completes a two month review process. This project is one of more than 40 transportation and [...]

Water authorities look forward to funding

Jack King: Freedom Newspapers TEXICO — The board of the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority is continuing to make preparations to request federal funding for the Ute Water Project early next year, a process known as “seeking authorization.” Cost of the project is estimated at $250 million and the board is seeking 80 percent of [...]