Longtime county manager announces retirement

Longtime Quay County manager Richard Primrose announced his imminent retirement after an executive session Monday with county commissioners....

Quay Chamber's new executive director at work

The Tucumcari / Quay County Chamber of Commerce has a new executive director while the outgoing executive director is sticking around a few more...

Motel Safari receives award

Larry Smith, owner of the Motel Safari in Tucumcari, on Thursday accepted the 2020 New Mexico Route 66 Association Heritage Award to the motel and...

Man jailed after high-speed chase

A Tucumcari man was jailed in Santa Rosa after he was accused of stealing a pickup truck in Tucumcari and engaging with state police on a high-speed...

Film crew to arrive in city next month

A film crew will arrive in Tucumcari next month to begin filming four episodes of the "Bands of Enchantment" music television show, the city manager...

Clinic admin: Vaccine request declined

The administrator of one of Tucumcari’s healthcare clinics said during a Quay County Commission meeting Monday she’s been turned down once for more shipments of COVID-19 vaccine and anticipates...

Five COVID-19 cases reported in county Wednesday

Five more cases of coronavirus were reported Wednesday in Quay County by the New Mexico Department of Health. Four of the cases were in the Tucumcari ZIP code, with another in the Grady ZIP code,...

Harding County in green zone; Quay backslides

Quay County didn’t go into the coveted green zone for coronavirus risk, but one of its neighbors did. Harding County landed in the green zone by meeting the benchmarks for per-capita daily rates...

Auto-parts chain fined by state

An auto-parts chain that plans to build a store in Tucumcari was fined by the state after being accused failing to follow public health regulations at its Santa Fe location. The New Mexico...

Police blotter - Jan. 13

These calls were made to the Tucumcari-Quay Regional Emergency Communications Center from Jan. 4 to Jan. 10: Monday • 8:18 a.m.: Illegal dumping in 6400 block of Quay Road AR, Tucumcari. • 9:18...

Believers should fear God alone

Living in fear of what evil men may do is just as idolatrous as falling down in front of a statue. So what does it say about us when our churches are...

Organized democracy prevailed Jan. 6

I had a column written about President Donald Trump’s second impeachable phone call, this time to Georgia’s secretary of state, Brad Raffensperger. Then Jan. 6 happened. That’s when organized...

Trump's legacy tearing down Capitol

Wednesday was a sad day for America. We watched the mob violence and lawlessness in Washington with a tear in our eye. We saw images of the Capitol stormed by hundreds of yahoos who fought with...

Hong Kong raids took advantage of US dysfunction

Dozens of pro-democracy politicians and activists in Hong Kong were rounded up around dawn last Wednesday as the U.S. Congress was preparing for a contentious fight over the Electoral College vote...

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