Rattlers beat Bears in season opener

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Thomas Garcia The Tucumcari Rattlers beat the Hatch Bears 21-7 Friday night in the season-opener for both teams. The Bears offense was moving quickly downfield with less than a minute left to play. Trailing by 14 the Bears’ efforts were for merit more than necessity. Set at the Tucumcari 15-yard line, the Bears sophomore quarterback […]

Zumba gets Mesalands moving

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Russell Anglin This semester, 54 area residents, Mesalands Community College faculty, staff and students have found a new groove in the college’s zumba dance classes. “They’re actually mainly community members,” zumba instructor Jessica Elebario said. “There’s a few college students in there as well, but mainly community members. A class is 50 minutes. We’re going […]

Press Release: Tres Amigas plan moving forward

SANTA FE, N.M. – March 19, 2010 – Tres Amigas, LLC today announced that it received responses at a hearing on March 18, 2010 on the regulatory filings it submitted with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regarding the Tres Amigas SuperStation. FERC’s orders were as follows:

With moving comes hassles

By Chris Schmaedeke, QCS managing editor On TV’s animated series “Family Guy,” main character Peter Griffin uses a phrase that I felt was perfect for this column. “You know what really grinds my gears…” Moving. I have lived here in Tucumcari almost two months now, but never really “moved” because my other half still lived […]

Be careful drivers on road to heaven

by Leonard Lauriault Moving along in life

11-28-07: Business Notes: Cornerstone Deli opening, IRS business mileage

Cornerstone official opening today A new restaurant in town, the Cornerstone Deli at and Route 66 Boulevard will be having it ceremonial ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m. today. IRS sets business miles at 50.5 cents per mile The Internal Revenue Service issued the 2008 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs […]

2007:Time to begin inventory of good times

By Lynn Moncus Trying to select a favorite New Year’s Day would be an impossible task for this woman from Ima because very few stand out a clearly as do particular Christmas days. Although we always celebrated that day as a family and ate our black-eyed peas, we rarely did anything spectacular other than being […]

Thoughts on a moving experience

For those of you contemplating moving in the near future, a word of advice. Don’t! Even if your house is burning down around you and your moustache is getting singed as you stand there (women readers may disregard this last image – well, unless it applies, I suppose). Don’t fall into the moving trap. It […]