Birthdays, military service

Eighty years young…The children and grandchildren of Evelyn Terry Register will host an 80th birthday party on

05-17-08: Calendar

Today: 10 a.m., Amistad, NM will host the New Deal/WPA Celebration Day. All day events, demonstrations and displays, and food.

Quay County football teams ready for Friday

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By QCS Staff Three Quay County football teams are set for gridiron action on Friday. They are: • The 1A San Jon Coyotes will kick off their 6-man football season at 4 p.m. against the 1A Vaughn Eagles in San Jon. • The 2A Tucumcari Rattlers will host a scrimmage game at 5 p.m. against [...]

Rattlers get No. 6 seed

QCS Staff If the Tucumcari Rattlers get a rematch with district rival Santa Rosa, it will be for the Class 2A state championship. Seeding for the football playoffs was released on the New Mexico Activities Association Web site at www.nmact.org The Rattlers and Lions are on opposite sides of the 12-team playoff bracket, with the [...]

May 24, 2006 Tuck’s Turf

Youth lessons School is out and the golfing season is here. Junior lessons for youths will be starting 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the Tucumcari Municipal Golf Course. There will be 90-minute classes for children ages 7-17. Classes will cover the basics of the game of golf. Children are advised to wear light clothing, proper shoes [...]

1/14 Notable notes

Jamboree time The Floyd Lions Club will be holding auditions for its Jamboree 2006 at 1 p.m. on Jan. 29 at the old gym of the Floyd School, according to a release from the organization. Singers should come with two traditional country or Gospel songs, knowing the words and the key in which they will [...]

Rattlers host San Jon with sweep

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By Albert Trujillo: QCS It was a Rattler sweep Friday night in the “Snake Pit,” as the home team played host to their county rivals the San Jon Coyotes. The evening began with the junior varsity boys defeating the Coyotes by a score of 73-30. The JV boys were followed by the Lady Rattlers. The [...]

It’s your museum, folks

By Bruce Nutt: QCS guest columnist The Tucumcari Historical Museum building was erected in 1903, originally as the Central School building. It has served as home to many groups since then — city hospital, U.S. Army glider school, Corps of Engineers during the construction of Conchas Dam. The last class at Central School was in [...]