Feeding fellow man major responsibility

By Baxter Black In the month before our county fair, our mail box is filled with letters from 4-H kids inviting us to the fair and to take a look at their show animals. For example: “I’m in the sixth grade, my second year in 4-H in the beef project, and I love it! My […]

Letters to Editor: Air show cooperative event

Air show cooperative event Tom and I so enjoyed our visit to your welcoming town and the very fine air show. What a delight to see a community come together to make something good happen. And the air show was something really good. Thank you for your town’s hospitality, and for a great day. The […]

No goodbyes; instead, thanks

By Kevin Wilson: QCS Interim Managing Editor In this Quay County Sun you’re holding, you see me, Kevin Wilson, as the Sun’s interim managing editor. On Monday, Chelle Delaney will join Freedom Newspapers of New Mexico as the QCS managing editor. In other words, I’m 48 hours away from being demoted. My travels will continue […]

Believe the words you read here

By Kevin Wilson Some of you have had the opportunity to meet me. For those who haven’t (and maybe those who have), let me take an opportunity to introduce myself. My name is Kevin Wilson. I like watching movies, but I prefer buying a DVD and watching it in my own dirty apartment to paying […]

8/6 Letter to the Editor

I am concerned that quotations attributed to me in Wednesday’s paper about the proposed horse-race track may have been misconstrued. I never intended to imply that welfare recipients are likely to become addicted to gambling. My intent was only to say that I am concerned about the welfare of everyone in our community, including the […]

Tucumcari’s standards worth keeping

By David Stevens Greetings. I don’t know many of you, so I’d like to introduce myself. I am the editor for Freedom Newspapers of New Mexico. That means I oversee the newsrooms at the newspapers in Tucumcari, Clovis and Portales. I work in all three communities, but I don’t live in any of them. I […]

4/30 Letter to the editor: Mesalands Rodeo

We have just finished reading your article on Mesalands Community College’s rodeo tea and Coach Danny Garcia. We are huge supporters of the rodeo program and are so pleased to see such a positive influence in our community. Danny is doing a wonderful job attracting students from all over New Mexico, Texas, and Colorado to […]

Quay Sun introduces interim editor

By Leslie Radford: QCS interim managing editor My name is Leslie Radford. I’m a redneck country girl from Muleshoe, Texas. Most of my family is there, including my mom the truck driver and my two younger brothers: Cody, 21, runs our family farming business and Randall,17, works at a feedyard down the road from our […]

Editor a pain, but has a sense of humor

Lynn Moncus This woman from Ima has remained quiet in re Editor Hagenah for as long as possible and now really must see if he has the sense of humor he says he has. Of course, this could be the last column if he’s a little edgy as he prepares it for his paper. At […]

Looking like Santa a big responsibility

TV Time: TV Hagenah Editor’s note: This column is the first of a semi regular series by the Quay County Sun’s new managing editor that will run periodically in the paper. They are meant as humor. I love Christmas. When you look like I do, you have to. For those not familiar with this editor, […]