Final 'Rockabilly' event next week

In one week, the unique four-day music celebration of Route 66 and classic Americana, "Rockabilly on the Route," will return to Tucumcari for a...

One step closer

Making a dream come true often requires drudgery. On Monday, Logan residents Glenn Lubera, his son, Jared, and friend Justin Osborne spent the...

Jail log - May 24

The following individuals were booked into the Quay County Detention Center from May 13 through May 19: • Michael Armijo, 27, warrant • David Chavez, 24, driving under the influence of liquor...

Commission continues drive against boreholes

Following an executive session, Quay County commissioners voted 2-1 on Monday to hire a consulting firm and to draft a letter to the U.S. Department of Energy opposing the borehole project....

Marking a milestone

A week of anticipation culminated into the tossing of caps by more than 50 graduates Friday night at the Snake Pit. "I am ready to be done with it," ...

Borehole test drilling project abandoned

The U.S. Department of Energy announced Tuesday it is abandoning a test meant to determine whether nuclear waste can be buried far underground. That’s because of changes in budget priorities, the...

Capital Improvement tax question approved

A Capital Improvements 2-Mill Tax Question was approved by voters on May 16 during a special election of the Logan Municipal Schools District. There were 209 voters, which was 20 percent of the...

Pages past - May 24

May 1972 • Larry Ingram of Tucumcari was elected as a director of the Tucumcari Chamber of Commerce. The position was left vacant after Mayor King Aitken resigned. • Horace Wood was appointed as...

Events calendar - May 24

Thursday • City Commission: 6 p.m., Tucumcari City Hall • Housing Authority Board: 5 p.m., Tucumcari City Hall June 1-4 • Rockabilly on the Route: All day, Tucumcari Convention Center Service...

Special legislative session starts today

The state Legislature reconvenes today in Santa Fe for another attempt to balance the budget — and this time, lawmakers hope, with a little more harmony and a little less second-guessing. A few of...

Let's review 2016 presidential election

Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld was fond of saying there are known knowns, known unknowns and unknown unknowns. It’s time to review...

Journalists truly a special breed

Tara Swart, a brain scientist with business savvy, has officially told journalists they don’t treat themselves right. Further, she says, because of their self-neglect, journalists score lower than...

Mueller right man for Trump investigation

Some sanity was injected into the political hysteria engulfing Washington, D.C., last week when Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein selected former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel...

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