Her mission is to teach

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Chelle Delaney Kids fit her mission.Connie Falls is opening a small Christian early education center for preschoolers in the old St. Michael’s Misson church building. It’s called the Mission Preschool and is at Jackson and Aber streets.Its mission statement, as Falls reads, is “to provide a Christ-centered non-denominational” center where children will learn about Jesus […]

How to determine if your plants are absorbing iron

By Tom Dominguez, Quay County Extension SymptomsIron chlorosis is the most common micronutrient problem of ornamentals, shrubs, vines, small fruits, and trees in Nort Eastern New Mexico.

New Deal celebrating 75th anniversary

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By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun In the small community of Amistad,

Spiritual connections have many sources

By Debra Whittington And he said, Go forth, and stand upon the mount before the LORD. And, behold, the LORD passed by, and a great and strong wind rent the mountains, and brake in pieces the rocks before the LORD; but the LORD was not in the wind: and after the wind an earthquake; but […]

Buchen’s MainStreet director, former student wounded in Iraq

MainStreet taps director… The Tucumcari Main Street Corp. announced Tuesday it has selected David Buchen for the position of director of Tucumcari MainStreet, according to a press release. His new position with MainStreet will start in August. Buchen had previously led the Small Business Development Office at Mesalands Community College. Buchen was recently named the […]

04-14-2007: Letters to Editor

In regards to the racetrack and casino proposal, it is my earnest hope that we will not not allow this project to proceed, considering the damage that it will do to our community. In our country, 15 million people (5 percent) display some sign of gambling addiction. The suicide rate for pathological gamblers is twenty […]

Clayton entrepreneur receives Mesalands SBDC award

Special to QCS Mary Gallagher of Mary’s Place was honored at the State Capitol as the year’s outstanding client of the Mesalands Community College Small Business Development Center. She was also presented to the state’s lawmakers in a special recognition ceremony in the Capitol building, according to a press release from the New Mexico Small […]

‘Friendly rivals’ can net greater benefits

by Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun When Terry Turner died on Aug. 30 he left Quay County without a manager. When Richard Primrose took the county manager post, he left Tucumcari without a city manager. He doesn’t make the move until March 1, but the City Commission hasn’t hired a new city manager yet, either. […]

Business to market the air up there

By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun A new business coming to town is hoping to fill some of Tucumcari’s airspace. Retired helicopter pilot Vic “Span” Spankowski is working on opening a private ultra light aero park on an 80-acre site, called the Flying S Ranch, south of the KOA campgrounds. Anchoring the facility will be […]

There’s more simplicity to Christmas

By Lynn Moncus Aggie and I stopped in Quay Valley to admire the beautiful tree decorated in memory of Bert Waterman. She was very pleased when she would decorate that tree and would talk about its being her major Christmas gift to herself and her friends.We would then talk about its simple decorations making it […]