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Articles from the January 1, 2013 edition

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Notes from the church lady: New year brings hope, expectation

" Yet I will rejoice in the Lord...The Lord God is my strength...he will make me to walk upon mine high places." Habakkuk 3:18-19 A new year is here with hope and expectation of good things ahead....

 

Year in review: Top stories of 2012

The following are some of the top stories featured in the Quay County Sun during 2012: December — New Mexico State Police are investigating the shooting death of Tucumcari City Commissioner Daniel...

 

Former police chief remembered for desire to serve

Friends describe Daniel Lopez as a man who cared about his community, was compelled to serve and above all loved his family. Daniel Lopez Lopez, 45, was a former New Mexico State Police captain and Tu...

 

On the shelves - Jan. 2

The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For more information call 461-0295. Fiction "Sleep No More," by Iris Johansen. The forensic sculptor Eve Duncan investigates when...

 

Column: Hoping for a quiet 2013

I for one am hoping and ready for a New Year that is not as eventful as 2012. I know, that is a bit of a contradiction as I am a reporter and an eventful year is our bread and butter. Well after this... Full story

 

City employee Alex Madrid retires

QCS Staff Photo: Jerrene Bradley Alex Madrid's family supported him at his retirement luncheon. Tucumcari city employees held a retirement pot luck luncheon for Landfill Coordinator Alex Madrid on Fri...

 

Residents declare resolutions

The Quay County Sun asked several people if they make New year's resolutions. Their responses: Georgia Lujan: My resolution for 2013 is to lose weight. Ellen White: Resolutions only lead to... Full story

 

Pastor to celebrate 25th anniversary with Temple Baptist Church

Wes Stewart will celebrate his 25th year as Pastor of Temple Baptist Church in January. Wes Stewart Stewart was born and raised in Tribune, Kan., and after high school he attended Business College...

 

Comments from the canyons: Tow sacks another lost part of history

While some of us were trying to wrap gifts during the holidays, I mentioned that I really needed a tow sack in which to place a box because it would be much easier to use than any wrapping material...

 

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