Area children write letters to Santa Claus

Some of these letters came from classes and some from individuals. We are firmly convinced that Santa reads the Quay County Sun and hope that everyone receives what they want. Dear Santa, What I want for Christmas is a pit bull dog that I can train to do tricks and a play station too and […]

We are responsible

By Jim Witcher As defined by the dictionary (id (?d) n. In Freudian theory, the division of the psyche that is totally unconscious and serves as the source of instinctual impulses and demands for immediate satisfaction of primitive needs.) The way that the “id” was explained to me was “I want what I want when […]

Logan ‘ready to get better’

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By Ryan Lengerich For the Longhorns, trying to forget Friday’s one point loss to Melrose would be the easy thing to do. Head coach Billy Burns won’t let that happen. “We talked about the fact that the game was ours and we lost it,” Burns said. “We could have won but we kind of gave […]

Two county schools under new leadership

By Angela Peacock Going the extra step to ensure students are developing the skills they need to function in every day life is the main goal for two new superintendents at House and San Jon schools. Art Brokenbek, House superintendent and Joel Henry, San Jon superintendent believe education doesn’t just happen in the classroom. They […]

A new perspective on the canyons

Aggie Moncus Although I read last week that some people don’t like to read my column, I told the slave that I might continue to write for my fan club because they like dogs and understand our language. She wouldn’t listen at first until I explained that some people don’t like her column either and […]