Engagement, birthday

Eight is great …Andy Cordova of Tucumcari celebrated his 8th birthday Feb. 24 Andy has two sisters, Tina of Tucumcari, and Cassandra of Springer. Andy is the son of Gina Cordova of Tucumcari. Andy’s father is Gary Cordova of Tucumcari. His grandparents are MaryAnn and Louie Molinas and the late Lucy Cordova and Don Cordova. […]

Class of 2008 looks forward to future

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By QCS Staff Thirty-eight seniors walked Friday night to recieve their Tucumcari High School diplomas.“Each is capable of great things,” said salutatorian Michael Martinez. It was one of the smallest classes to graduate in Rattler history. In 2007, 63 seniors participated in graduation exercises. Although the class was small, the students’ enthusiasm and smiles were […]

Mesalands grads looking to future

By QCS Staff Twenty-eight students received their associate degrees at

MCCH Council names eight priorities for year

By QCS Staff The Quay County Maternal Child and Community Health Council has outlined eight priorities for 2008 to improve the quality of life and health in Quay County. They are: l Substance abuse l Suicide l Family Violence l Childhood Obesity l Health Care Access l Teen Pregnancy l Childcare l Immunizations Based on […]

Tucumcari agency to receive housing grant

QCS staff Tucumari’s housing agency will be receive $671,300 to rehabilitate two duplexes and construct an additional four one-bedroom units for eight persons with physical disabilities, according to an announcement on Friday by the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Alphonso Jackson. The funds are part of a $5.7 million housing assistance grant to New […]

Love’s $6 million expansion on Mountain Road opens

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by Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun The new $6 million Love’s Country Store opened its doors at 8 a.m. Thursday for business. The expansion doubled its diesel lanes to eight and brought its gasoline lanes up to six. The new Love’s opened as scheduled, said Love’s Country Store Public Relations Director Jenny Love Meyer. “The […]

Logan Longhorns prepare for 8-man team

by Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun The Logan Longhorns are preparing for a new season of football in a new eight-man league. The league was initiated by the New Mexico Activities Association following a recommendation from a committee that discussed the new league with several schools. “Some smaller schools were concerned about the unlevel playing […]

Registered sex offender charged in new case

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun A registered sex offender in Tucumcari was charged on Monday with criminal sexual penetration of a 13-year-old girl. Patrick Eugene Otero, 40, was arrested on Saturday and arraigned in Magistrate Court on Monday afternoon where he was charged with eight counts of criminal sexual penetration, eight counts of distribution […]

Ingram, Byers

Hazel R. Ingram Hazel R. Ingram, 91, of Albuquerque since 1997 and former resident of Tucumcari since 1932 died Wednesday, May 19, 2004. Hazel Ingram owned and operated Crescent Creamery in Tucumcari with her husband for many years. She also served on the Board of Directors of Citizen’s Bank until 2002. She is survived by […]