Too many people die in wars

Russell Anglin Memorial Day is coming up on Monday. This means a lot of people will not have to work and hamburgers and hot dogs will cover grills across America as crowds swarm to lakes and beaches. Of course, we all know that Memorial Day is primarily a day to remember men and women who […]

Our page — Nov. 24

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Kristen Rich, a 2010 graduate of Tucumcari High School, was sworn into the U.S. Navy on Nov. 2. She departed the same day for her training in Great Lakes, Ill. She is the daughter of T.J. and Kim Rich. Her grandparents are Jimmy and Jane Fields and Don and Sharon Rich. — Submitted by Kim […]

Rattlers golf squad places 13th

By QCS Staff The Tucumcari Rattlers Golf Team placed 13th among 22 teams (5A through 2A) competing in Roswell, April 9-10, at the Spring River Golf Course and the New Mexico Military Institute Golf Course. Individual scores were: Stephen Smith 85-92 Qasim Badshah 86-100 Justin Alvarez 90-101 Nathan Andrada 90-101 Mike Martinez 96-118 “It was […]

Businesses battle for air space in Clovis

By Marlena Hartz Two companies have entered bids to provide federally subsidized air service in Clovis. Wyoming-based Great Lakes Aviation wants to extend its contract serving Clovis, and an airline based in Hawaii wants to create a niche serving Clovis and other small New Mexico cities. Great Lakes has offered two 19-seat flights daily in […]