Articles from the January 15, 2013 edition
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Final lawsuit cleared, clearing way for first phase of Ute construction
A federal court cleared the way Monday for construction to start on the first of the Ute Water Project. File photo Members of the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority originally broke ground on... Full story
Vacant commission seat open to applications, nominations from residents
Following the initiative of the late commissioner Daniel Lopez to get the community involved, the Tucumcari City Commission has opened the District 3 commission seat to applications and nominations... Full story
Officials offering emergency farm loans
Federal officials are offering emergency loans after declaring eastern New Mexico a disaster area due to extreme drought conditions. Curry, Quay and Roosevelt counties are among 19 in New Mexico...
Rattlers to host Timberwolves Thursday
QCS Photo: Thomas Garcia Rattlers Cody Ryen is boxed in by Bears defenders after recovering his own rebound. The (6-4) Tucumcari Rattlers and (3-9) Lady Rattlers will host the (2-9) East Mountain Timb...
Rattler wrestler takes first
Tucumcari Rattlers wrestler Dillon Wood was named outstanding wrestler with a first place finish at Saint Michael's tournament. Woods' first place finish was in the 132-pound division a higher weight...
Mobile Vet Center visiting Thursday
The Department of Veterans Affairs-Readjustment Counseling Services, or Mobile Vet Center for short, will be at Mesalands Community College 10 a.m.–3 p.m. on Thursday for veteran outreach. Courtesy...
Menus - Jan. 16
The following are the menus for schools and seniors in Quay County for Jan. 17-23 Tucumcari Thursday Breakfast: Breakfast pizza Lunch: Cheeseburger, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, French fries, pears, mi...
Column: Communication crucial, even when it's easy
I don't think I am alone when I say communication is crucial, especially considering how easy communicating should be in these days of technological advancements. There are more people online,... Full story
Comments from the canyons: Pleasant experiences mean more to look forward to
As we have reiterated through the years, living in a rural area is just great. We never know what will happen next, but we can bet we will have a new adventure or two almost every day. Those who have... Full story
Notes from the church lady: Technology won't replace face-to-face
"Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together..." Hebrews 10:25 How much has technology advanced? This week there was a post on Facebook that talked about what it would be like if you were...