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Articles from the March 7, 2018 edition

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 By Thomas Garcia    News    March 7, 2018

Making the mold

Artists and fine art students have begun creating their one-of-a-kind molds that will become works of art from the 20th annual Iron Pour at Mesalands...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    March 7, 2018

Chamber hosts dinner fundraiser

More than 40 residents participated in the Logan/Ute Lake Chamber of Commerce's enchilada dinner, silent auction fundraiser on Feb. 27 at the Annex...

 
 By Steve Hansen    News    March 7, 2018

Quay food shed co-op discusses land, crops

The need for low-priced locally-grown fresh fruits and vegetables in Quay County was a given, but enticing more area growers to devote more land to...

 

Election ballot - March 7

Municipal Elections were held on Tuesday in Quay County. All terms are for four years unless otherwise marked. Here are a listings of the contested races for Tucumcari and Logan and the uncontested...

 

Letter to the editor: Gun control must be priority

Florida is the latest in a uniquely American phenomenon — mass shootings. Some, primarily Republican, politicians place the priorities of the National Rifle Association above that of most Americans....

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    March 7, 2018

Officials warn of fire risks

A lack of significant rainfall for more than four months and an abundant supply of wild fire fuel have area fire officials urging Quay County residents to follow control burn protocols. "There is a...

 

Jail logs - March 7

The following individuals were booked into the Quay County Detention Center Feb. 27-March 5: • Anthony Gutierrez, 25, warrant • Charles Gutierrez, 39, aggravated assault • Victor Rivera, 48,...

 

Pages past - March 7

March 1946 • E. E. Rivers, a resident of Quay County, has been employed as secretary of the Tucumcari Chamber of Commerce for the year 1946, according to an announcement made by R. C. Sandusky,...

 

Meetings watch - March 7

Tucumcari City Commission In a special meeting Thursday, the Tucumcari City Commission: • Appointed Larry Brown, one of two alternate municipal judges, to serve in place Tucumcari Municipal Judge...

 

Organizing gun surrender best plan for court

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings made headlines recently with his lament that judges are “not doing enough” to take firearms away from those who slide through the justice system for domestic abuse. We...

 
 By Steve Hansen    Opinion    March 7, 2018

In addition to last week's story...

In last week’s Quay County Sun, I led a story about the Tucumcari City Commission with an account of a dispute between the city manager and a city commissioner at the commission’s Feb. 25 meeting...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    Sports    March 7, 2018

Lady Rattlers advance

Three area high school basketball teams continue their journey toward a state championship in Albuquerque this week. In the 3A girls bracket the...

 

Now you see me, now you don't

In John 16:5-28, Jesus told his disciples, “Now you see me, but soon you won’t for a little while and then you’ll see me again.” When I read that recently, I recalled the familiar magicians...

 

Menus - March 7

The following are the menus for the Tucumcari and Logan senior centers and schools in Quay County for today through March 14: Senior centers Coffee, tea and milk served daily Logan Thursday: Beef tips...

 
 By QCS Staff    News    March 7, 2018

Municipal election results

Tucumcari City Commission incumbents retained their seats while the Village of Logan gained a new mayor and council members, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s municipal elections....

 
 By QCS Staff    Sports    March 7, 2018

Clayton ousts Tucumcari girls in quarterfinals

RIO RANCHO — Keagan Geary scored 19 to lead three Yellowjackets in double figures, and Clayton pulled away with a 19-7 fourth quarter to top Tucumcari 57-47 in Tuesday’s Class 3A quarterfinals at...

 
 By QCS Staff    Sports    March 7, 2018

Longhorns move on to semifinals

BERNALILLO — Jordan Hines and Kaylee Foote each scored 13 points, and top-seeded Logan controlled the second half to advance past Tatum 48-30 in Tuesday’s Class 3A quarterfinal at Bernalillo...

 

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