No fatalities after Jeep drives through beauty shop

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QCSun staff By Russell Anglin Quay County Sun A Tucumcari man remains hospitalized after an SUV drove through a beauty shop Friday. Syliva and Woody Wampler were injured in the accident and airlifted to Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo. Police and EMS personnel responded to an emergency call at the Hair Shop, a beauty salon […]

Residents greet new year in different ways

Lynn Moncus Just as we begin to enjoy one calendar, we have to change in order to keep up with the years. These years seem to speed by, leaving many of us breathless and wondering what has happened. Although this woman from Ima no longer attends New Year’s Eve affairs, I still like to watch […]

British election may affect November polls

To get through its current crisis, the United Kingdom needs another Iron Lady. That’s the derogatory term bestowed by her opponents upon Margaret Thatcher, the Conservative Party’s prime minister from 1979-90. But the moniker later was adopted by supporters when they admired Thatcher’s getting the country through the major crises of the late 1970s and […]

Visiting with former students always a pleasure

By Lynn Moncus: Comments from the Canyons We have visited much about former students through the years, and many of you have gathered that I have remained rather fond of them. Not long ago, one of my “boys” leaned over to hug me and to call me his favorite teacher. I returned the hug and […]

Tucumcari Senior Center menu

The following are lunch menus for Thursday through April 14 for the Tucumcari Senior Center. Thursday • Chicken and rice, broccoli, peas, carrots, potluck roll and margarine, oatmeal cookie, milk Friday • Beef stew, green beans, crackers, banana pudding, milk Monday • Pork posole, salad with dressing, mustard greens, garlic bread, pumpkin spiced cookie, milk […]

High school sports scores and schedule through Oct. 22

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Sharing a lesson learned early in life

By Lynn Moncus Money, or the lack thereof, is a frequent topic of conversation these days, giving us one more reason to return to the past and how we were taught to use whatever dimes we were given. As usual, Dad was an outstanding teacher and made me much aware of the importance of learning […]

God refreshes our souls after life’s winds buffet us

By Leonard Lauriault: Religion columnist Autumn in Israel is planting time. Their rainy season runs from fall through spring allowing them to grow winter crops. Throughout Israel’s history, God promised to send those rains so they could produce abundant crops (Deuteronomy 11: 13-15). Our climate is much more continental being characterized by summer rains. Consequently, […]

Passing through —

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Name: Barbara Sewell Where we found her: Tucumcari Historical Museum Where was she going? Back to her home in Tullahoma, Tenn., from her son-in-law’s college graduation in Albuquerque.

Jesus gives us strength to handle anything

I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. — Philippians 4:13