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Articles from the January 11, 2017 edition

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 By Steve Hansen    News    January 11, 2017

Former Sen. Harden to lobby for county

By Steve Hansen QCS correspondent The Quay County Commission on Monday voted 2-1 to contract with former New Mexico Sen. Clint Harden of Clovis to work as a lobbyist in the New Mexico Legislature on...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    January 11, 2017

Health coverage deadline looming

By Thomas Garcia QCS Senior Writer [email protected] Getting health insurance coverage is not as expensive and difficult as some New Mexico residents might think, according to Veronica Reyes, a...

 

Q&A: Rep. Dennis Roch weighs in on budget crisis, solutions

According to Albuquerque Journal guest columnist Barry Simon, New Mexico legislators lacked the will to tap into $2 billion to pay for health care,...

 
 By Steve Hansen    News    January 11, 2017

Officials present hospital plan

By Steve Hansen QCS correspondent The Quay County Commission on Monday re-elected District III Commissioner Franklin McCasland to chair the commission through 2017. The commission also heard a report...

 

School menus - Jan. 11

The following are the menus for the School districts in Quay County for today through Jan. 18: House Thursday Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, sausage patty, cereal, yogurt, variety of juice and milk Lunch:...

 

Senior menus - Jan. 11

The following are the menus for the Tucumcari and Logan senior centers in Quay County for today through Jan. 18: Tucumcari Coffee, tea and milk served daily Thursday: Baked ham, yams, green beans,...

 

Pages past - Jan. 11

January 1976 • Quay County Commissioner Bill Yates was presented the key of completion by Gene Dyer at the grand opening of the Quay County exhibit...

 

Local educators know what's best for local students

A report released last week said public schools in New Mexico don’t fare well when compared to others across the nation. For the third year in a row, Education Week magazine looked at college and...

 

Sports, government bad combination

No “world-class” city can afford to be without a professional sports franchise. The franchise of choice appears to be a National Football League...

 

England much more like us now

British author George Bernard Shaw observed that England and America were “two nations divided by a common language.” After visiting England recently, I have concluded that phrase is less true...

 

Texico routs Logan, 45-36

By Kevin Wilson ENMN managing editor [email protected] PORTALES - If the Logan Longhorns and Texico Wolverines find themselves back on the floor...

 

Rattler wrestlers take on Pecos

By Thomas Garica QCS Senior Writer [email protected] The Tucumcari Rattlers wrestling will continue their drive to winning district Saturday as they compete at Pecos. “We are close to where...

 

Lady Rattlers take 2nd straight at Bean Valley

By Thomas Garcia QCS Senior Writer [email protected] The Tucumcari Lady Rattlers will try to use the momentum of Saturday's championship win at...

 

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