Muddy vehicles point of pride

Through the years, we have noted various status symbols among our farming and ranching citizens. The best horses, the heaviest cattle, the biggest tractor, the fanciest truck, and the list goes on. At the moment, the main symbol seems to be having the muddiest vehicle. Just watching the people as they compare their vehicles is [...]

Planting time

By Leonard Lauriault Planting time will soon be upon us. I know; lots of things should’ve been planted in February or March, like peas or spring oats. Other things, like wheat and alfalfa, shouldn’t be planted until mid-August in Quay County (and only then if we have a full lake for alfalfa). Alfalfa should be [...]

01-27-2007: Around Town

Charmaynn joins family… Lynnsey Charmaynn Myles Hall was born Dec. 23 at Clovis. She weighed 7 pounds, 14.9 ounces and was 191/2 inches long. Charmaynn is the daughter of the late Lynnsey Montgomery Hall and Aaron Hall. She is also the granddaughter of David and Shedra Hall of Tucumcari and Joe Bill and Charlotte Montgomery [...]

Logan administrator keeps eye on growth

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun This month Larry Wallin, administrator of the Village of Logan, celebrates 13 years at the position. The Quay County Sun visited with Wallin to learn what changes have occurred and what challenges face the popular lakeside community. How did you come to be manager 13 years ago? I was [...]

City sells six properties

By Chelle Delaney: QCS Staff Six properties that are in fore- closure will be purchased by the Tucumcari Greater Economic Development Corp,. TGED. The City Commission met at a special meeting on Friday and approved the purchases, which will cost $6,839.38. The properties would have been auctioned, for back taxes, at the upcoming sale on [...]