Television changes, stays the same

Karl Terry As we sat down to dinner one night this past week I couldn’t quite figure out what I was watching on TV. Some character was upstaging the star of “The Mentalist” with her psychic abilities. “Have they merged ‘The Mentalist’ with ‘The Medium,’ as a crime-solving super-duo kinda like Batman and Robin?” My […]

Dispute continues over cattle guards

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By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun Two weeks before a court date with Quay County officials over the removal of cattle guards, Lee Stone had to put down a horse he says was injured by on of the devices. Stone, 64, said he and his son, Dusty, have been fighting to remove cattle guards from […]

Don’t get caught up in past

By Debra Whittington For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)

Looking at past helps achieve deeper fellowship

Jesus’ apostles were with him for a few years to learn and become prepared to teach us (Acts 4: 13; Matthew 28: 18-20). They speak from firsthand experience so we also can have the firsthand experience of learning directly from Jesus – from hearing his teachings also (2 Peter 1: 16-21; John 12: 44-50; 16: […]

RFD-TV brings country’s past to curious viewers

By Thomas Garcia: QCS staff writer With everything on TV these days — from reality TV to game shows, special interests, food programs and sports and news — it’s hard not to find something to watch. While I enjoy episodes of “NCIS” and “24” and “Man vs. Food” along with “Adult Swim” programs, I often […]

06-16-09: Fishing Report

This fishing report of June 16 has been generated from the best information available from officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, however, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities. Conchas LakeIf you want to have a good time catching and releasing small bass this was […]

Quay County winners garner $1 millon over the past year

Chelle Delaney The New Mexico Lottery said this week that approximately $1 million in prizes was paid from lottery tickets sold in Quay County during the fiscal year ending June 30. Logan resident Becky Williamson took home the most winnings in Quay County, claiming a $60,000 Scratcher™ prize, about a year ago. This lucky lady […]

State’s racetracks favor Raton over Tucumcari

Chelle Delaney Representatives of New Mexico’s five racetracks have weighed in with their support for adding a racetrack in Raton, according to copies of letters sent over the past 21 days to the New Mexico Racing Commission. Raton,

Rattlers name new football coach

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Chelle Delaney Daniel Hutchins, 38, of Chaparral has been named the new football coach at Tucumcari High School. For the past three years, Hutchins has been the Lobos’ varsity basketball coach, and assistant varsity football coach at Chaparral High School.Hutchins will meet with other Rattler coaches and the team Monday evening, he said. “Football is […]

Past and present mayors share a laugh

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By QCS Staff Before the Tucumcari City Commission convened Thursday night, commissioners presented past Mayor Mary Mayfield with a plaque and proclaimation for her service to the city.Mayfield, the city’s first woman mayor, resigned last year for health reasons.At last night’s meeting, commissioners re-elected Antonio Apodaca mayor and Jim Witcher mayor pro tem.Former Mayor Mary […]