July 4th more than fireworks, BBQs

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun What do we celebrate on the Fourth of July? Of course, it’s the Fourth of July, our oldest holiday. July 4, 1776, is when Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. However, it was not “independence” that was being celebrated, but the “declaration” of independence. It took the American Revolutionary [...]

Namesakes are keepsakes

By Lynn Moncus Life never ceases to amaze this woman from Ima. I can just sit quietly on this corner and suddenly become involved in rather unique experiences. For instance, someone knocked on the door Sunday morning, and when I opened it, a young woman introduced herself as Mary Lynn Hodges. To say I was [...]

Robert Woods

Robert Woods Services: Have been held. Robert “Bob” Woods, 76, of Amarillo died Friday July 28, 2006 in Amarillo. Mr. Woods was born March 18, 1930. Mr. Woods enjoyed the outdoors, camping fishing, and boating. He owned a motor home and traveled throughout the southern United States. He was preceeded in death by his wife [...]