Child Sense: Sun protection

Priscilla J. Dunstan Keeping our children free from sunburn can be a quite a task, but there are ways to make the process a little easier. If swimming or at the beach, use sun-protective t-shirts, shorts and rash guards. During the day, clothing should at least cover the shoulders – an area that can get […]

Keeping word admirable quality even in dreams

Thomas Garcia My dreams have a tendency to be strange, funny and at times scary. Then again that could be the case with most anybody’s dreams. However, one dream has stuck with me, in fact, it has become the subject of this column. Who knows where dreams come from? Can anyone truly answer that question? […]

Keeping spirit fit just as important as your body

By Debra Whittington But exhort one another daily, while it is called To day… Hebrews 3:13 Before Jillian Michaels and Bob Harper of “The Biggest Loser” television show by many decades came the original fitness guru, Jack La Lanne. While fitness and health are in the forefront of American society, Jack pursued a healthy lifestyle […]

Commission wants to keep dollars in city

Chelle Delaney Keeping dollars in Tucumcari was on the mind of the Tucumcari City Commission even though it approved a proposal form an out-of-town firm.“The money ought to stay in Tucumcari,” said Commissioner Jimmy Sandoval after Thursday night’s meeting. Sandoval’s was the only “nay” among the commission when it gave its approval to negotiate a […]

No bull about keeping superstitions

By Glenda Price They say superstition takes over when you’re facing situations you’ve got no control over — like a horse you KNOW is gonna break in two, you just don’t know when. So what you do in a case like that is give yourself an edge. When you get on that particular horse, you […]

Positive outlook key to keeping faith in troubled times

By Debra Whittington For this thing I besought the Lord thrice, that it might depart from me. And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me. […]

Few aware of New Mexico’s victims on death march

By Lynn Moncus Two weeks ago, we visited a while about my young friend from New Mexico State University, Debbie Widger, and her kindness in keeping in touch with old Aggies. She knows enough about us to know our habits, likes, and dislikes and often brings a reminder of that favorite campus. Knowing my affinity […]

Tucumcari School buildings up for sale

William Thompson Tucumcari Public Schools have decided to put five buildings up for sale. The buildings formerly housed Tucumcari schools. The buildings up for sale are, Granger Elementary and Gymnasium on S. Third Street, Zia Elementary on E. Aber, Coronado Elementary on N. Fifth Street and the “Fifth Street Building” on S. Fifth Street which […]