8/6 Regional Roundup

Highway 54 proposed as high priority Nearby U.S. Highway 54 has been designated as a High Priority Corridor in a bill approved by the House and Senate on July 29 — now it just needs the President’s signature, according to a release sent from the SPIRIT organization which has been working to improve the roadways. […]

Louise Stull

Louise Stull, 87, died in the Coon Memorial Nursing Home in Dalhart, Texas on Saturday April 23, 2005 following an extended illness. Stull was born March 21, 1918 in Dalhart. She had been a long time resident of the Nara Visa community. She was a member of the Logan Church of Christ. She was a […]

Bert Stull

Bert Stull long time Nara Visa resident died in Clovis on March 25 following an extended illness. Stull was born June 1, 1917 in Cave City, Ark. He was owner and operator of Bert Stull Trucking of Nara Visa. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II in the Pacific Theater. He was […]

Area resident receives Heritage Awardaward

Bill Parman of Nara Visa was named as this year’s recipient of the Buck Ramsey Heritage Award at the annual Nara Visa Gathering on Sept. 24-26. Each year an individual, family or ranch that exemplifies the “Spirit of the West” is chosen to receive the award. Parman was born in 1916 and raised on the […]

Crowd enjoys ‘Historical’ gathering

Lynn Moncus During the evening of April 26, around 100 members of the Tucumcari Historical Research Institute gathered at the Elks Lodge for the annual dinner meeting. Three new board members were elected to replace Joanie Vance, Lala Landess, and Sonny Cast during the business session. They are Lucy Nials, Yetta Bidegain, and Danny Wallace. […]

Historical Institute meets at Elks

TV Hagenah Tucumcari will hold its annual Historical Research Institute Meeting and Banquet Monday, April 26 and the focus of the institute will not be Tucumcari but instead it will cast its eye on Nara Visa. The meeting and banquet will have as its featured speaker Travis Nelson who will speak on “Nara Visa — […]