Self-doubt helpful with some memories

By Lynn Moncus: QCS Columnist Have you ever noticed that you can be sitting around doing as little as possible and suddenly have memories from the past flash across the mind’s screen? Often those memories have been hidden in the webs for years and for no explainable reason appear as if the events had occurred […]

Press Release: Excel names Hill CEO of Southwestern Public Service Co.

AMARILLO – Xcel Energy today named Riley Hill, chief operating officer of its Southwestern Public Service Company (SPS) subsidiary, to succeed David Eves as president and CEO of SPS.

Celebrate your freedoms, vote as you see fit

By Lynn Moncus Being a member of the over-the-hill-gang certainly has its advantages because we can remember times that were and be thankful to have lived during them. For instance, we can remember when we weren’t battered by politics and politicians for more than a few months at a time. In fact, we rarely were […]

March of technology causing frustration

By Lynn Moncus Recently, two of my over-the-hill friends and I have been enduring attacks by our computers or printers and have mentioned that we didn’t have such frustrations when we were young because we hadn’t entered the computer age and merely had to battle typewriters, pens, and various kinds of copy machines.

New recruit sworn in for Tucumcari police force

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By Thomas Garcia Quay County Sun Most sixty-somethings would be looking forward to their retirement, golfing or moving to a sunny location. But not Denny Hill of Tucumcari. Hill, 63, was sworn in Monday as an officer of the Tucumcari Police Department at City Hall. Four recruits were sworn in on Nov. 20 as officers. […]

Paul Hyer Hill, Raymond Kroeker

Paul Hyer Hill Paul Hyer Hill, 69, died Sunday Dec. 26, 2004 in Tucumcari. Paul Hill was born on February 4, 1935 to Charles Peter and Zelma Lee (Hyer) Hill in Capulin. He grew up in that area and attended schools in Capulin and Des Moines before graduating from Clayton High School. He Married Juanita […]

Man killed in I-40 accident

William Thompson Around 1:30 p.m. Saturday a small sport utility vehicle pulling a 12-foot U-Haul trailer swerved off I-40 from the westbound lanes near the 348 mile marker about 16 miles east of Tucumcari. According to Officer Steve Chacon of the New Mexico State Police, a male passenger was ejected from the vehicle and died […]

Gun locks available

William Thompson Local owners of firearms can pick up free gun locks at the Tucumcari Police Station, the Logan Police Station and the Quay County Sheriffs Office. The free gun locks are now available due to the efforts of the National Shooting Sports Foundation. Susie Moore, secretary for the Quay County Sheriffs Office, said the […]