Homecoming for Logan resident arrives

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By Thomas Garcia It has been nearly one year since a tornado struck the Village of Logan on March 23, damaging and destroying dozens of homes.

San Jon hopes to halt shrinking tax revenue

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun Tucumcari’s newest truck stops are pulling traffic past San Jon’s I-40 exit and putting a big dent in San Jon’s operating budget this fiscal year, said a Village of San Jon official. The village estimates it will lose about $50,000, or more than 3 percent of its $1.6 million […]

Logan Rebuilding

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By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun Combined with the hard work of the community and federal programs, life in Logan for many tornado victims is returning to normal, said a Village of Logan official. Many of the damaged residences and buildings have been repaired and many of those that were lost in the March 23 […]

Logan approved for $8 million in waste water funds

QCS Staff The Village of Logan has been approved for more than $8 million in federal funding for a waste water project, U.S. senators Jeff Bingaman and Pete Dominici, announced this week in press releases. The funds are comprised of a $4.34 million low-interest loan and a $4.08 million grant from the federal government. Logan […]

City, county joins JPA to form Quay County Gaming Authority

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun During the past week, four out of the five invited players have agreed to apply to the state for a license for a race track and casino in Tucumcari. With the players all named in a proposed Joint Powers Agreement, or JPA, they will now organize to create a […]

‘Racino’ gains JPA support

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By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun As of Tuesday night, participants invited to join a joint powers agreement (JPA) to apply for a race track and casino in Tucumcari were: 2:1. Remaining are two unknowns. At its regular meeting on Tuesday evening, the Village of Logan agreed to become a member of the JPA, said […]

Logan’s clean up costs could reach $150K

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By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun The village of Logan is seeking federal funding to help in the cleanup of the damage from the tornado that hit Logan March 23. Representatives from U.S. Rep. Tom Udall’s office visited the town of Logan on Thursday afternoon to talk with Larry Wallin, Logan’s village manager. “The two […]

San Jon to take over Caprock Amphitheater

by Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun The Village of San Jon has asked to take over the operation of the Caprock Amphitheater from the Quay County Commission. Village of San Jon administrator, Bobbye Rose, said, “We’re trying to do economic development” through nature and other tours that could be developed with the Caprock Amphitheater at […]

12-16-2006: Letters to Editor

I would like to congratulate the leadership of Quay County including the Quay County Commission, the village of Logan, city of Tucumcari, village of San Jon and all of their citizens for the success they’ve had with the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission and the recent approval to allow Ute Lake Ranch Development to construct […]

Logan administrator keeps eye on growth

By Chelle Delaney: Quay County Sun This month Larry Wallin, administrator of the Village of Logan, celebrates 13 years at the position. The Quay County Sun visited with Wallin to learn what changes have occurred and what challenges face the popular lakeside community. How did you come to be manager 13 years ago? I was […]