Child Sense: Try to give your child some control when their routine is disrupted in the summer

Priscilla J. Dunstan Summer break is upon us, bringing the inevitable mix of travel, visitors and changing sleeping arrangements. Children’s bedrooms turn into guest rooms for friends and relatives, suitcases replace closets as families travel, and children go off to camp. Though exciting, this can also be very stressful to children, who lose not only […]

Agency rules retaliation claim has merit

Russell Anglin The state human rights bureau determined a Tucumcari special education teacher’s retaliation complaint has merit. The bureau issued a determination of probable cause March 31 stating Linda Lambert has sufficient evidence to claim school district officials retaliated against her for complaining of sexual harassment by former school principal David Castillo. Lambert claims she […]

Free market must have rules to follow

The only part of Saturday’s editorial — “Fed seeking permanence in private sector” — I disagree with is this statement: “The way the Bush administration used 9/11 to vastly expand government power and secrecy reminds us how the Obama administration is using the current economic crisis to vastly expand the government’s involvement in private business.” […]

Webcast issue under discussion

By Kate Nash House Speaker Ben Lujan will appoint a subcommittee to look into what’s become a hot-button issue this session: webcasting. Lujan, D-Nambe, will appoint a panel to look into what the rules should be for webcasts from the Roundhouse after Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones, R-Albuquerque, for the first time on Monday broadcast on the […]

Aug. 16, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For more information call 461-0295. Fiction Rules Of Deception by Christopher Reich. The death of a surgeon’s wife draws him into a world of espionage and terrorism. Just Too Good To Be True by E. Lynn Harris. Secrets threaten the relationship between a mother and […]

02-21-2007: Tuck’s Turf

By Howie Tucker Well, do you think the bad stuff is behind us? I sure hope so, because those with golf fever have a lot to look forward to. The high school golf is off to a good start but bad weather has put us behind with our progress. The next couple of weeks will […]

02-07-2007

By Howie Tucker s it all over with? Let’s hope so. I am wearing out my computer – doing refreshers on my rules and merchandise surfing. That reminds me: Go to the USGA web site and go to the rules quiz link. Reminder to students Golf for high school students started Monday. If you missed […]

Commission approves new rules for big game

By QCS Staff The New Mexico Game Commission meet in Tucumari recently and approved new rules for the 2007-2009 big-game hunting seasons that set hunt dates, bag limits and opportunities according to the most current data on wildlife populations, distribution, habitat, and management objectives. The new rule apply to the 2007-2008 and the 2008-2009 hunting […]

10-07-2006: Turk’s Turf

By Howie Tucker Upcoming events It’s great golfing weather. Come on out and enjoy the perfect skies and great condition of your golf course. Here are some activities to get you started: l Next week the Mesalands Community College Community Education golf classes begin on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. You don’t have to be college […]

NM Game Commission to meet in Tucumcari to adopt new big-game hunting rules

Special to the QCS Special to the QCS The New Mexico Game Commission will meet Sept. 28-29 in Tucumcari to adopt new big-game hunting and trapping rules for the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 seasons, and to consider higher civil penalties for poaching, the commission announced Tuesday in a press release. The meeting will be from 8 […]