Articles from the April 9, 2013 edition

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Five face charges in local burglary

Five Tucumcari residents face felony burglary charges for the recent burglary of a local business. Four adults and a juvenile were arrested Friday for the March 31 burglary at The Smokin' Body...


Thomas: Need to take more time to catch up with people

I was wondering the other day about how long has it been since I had called a friend or family member for the sheer sake of just doing so. Now, don't get me wrong, I text a lot of family and friends...


Comments from the canyons: Privilege to listen to someone who lived history

Recently, we have visited about the different calls I have received about our area history and the fun I have had in trying to find a few answers. Most such calls come from younger people who have...


Notes from the church lady: Lonely being cut off from world

"...Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the have done it unto me." Matthew 25:40 Just over a month ago, Mark and I took a trip through Kansas. We were heading towards Lebanon, Kansas,... Full story


Golf results

Reslus from the Tucumcari High School Golf Invitational on Monday: Team Results Boys 1. Tucumcari 330 (state qualifying score) 2. East Mountain 396 Girls Tucumcari (no score) Boys Varsity - Tucumcari... Full story


State police investigating explosive device

SANTA ROSA — New Mexico State Police are investigating after an explosive device was found at a famous diving spot in eastern New Mexico. Sgt. Emmanuel Gutierrez said the state police bomb squad...


Police seek help in hunt for burglary suspect

New Mexico State Police are seeking assistance from the public to locate a burglary suspect officers were unable to locate following a seven-hour search on April 4 by air and ground on U.S. Highway...


Conchas Lake levels raise concerns

More than a dozen residents attended the Arch Hurley Conservancy District meeting Tuesday to speak with state and federal legislators about Conchas Lake levels. "I am an advocate of agriculture in... Full story


Meetings watch: Quay County Commission

Quay County Commissioners met Monday and conducted the following business: Bryan Rhinestine, DWI probation officer said for the first quarter of the year there were nine DWI arrests, three accidents... Full story


Crowing roosters, chiming bells and change

I woke up in my Key grandparents' old house in Robert Lee, Texas, this morning. My maternal grandparents had the good sense to live here all of their lives. A couple of times a year, for over thirty y...


Schools holding registration, Child Find

Tucumcari Public Schools Elementary and Special Programs Department is holding its annual kindergarten registration and Child Find 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at Tucumcari Elementary School Gym. Parents...


Police blotter - April 10

The following is a sampling of calls received by the central dispatch office for Quay County based at the Tucumcari Police Department: Friday At 9:39 a.m. a caller reported a fire on the 600 block of... Full story


On the shelves - April 10

Fiction "The Storyteller" by Jodi Picoult. A New Hampshire baker finds herself in the midst of two Holocaust stories: Her grandmother's story of survival and the confessions of an elderly German man,... Full story


Menus - April 10

The following are the menus for schools and senior center in Quay County for April 11-17: Tucumcari Thursday Breakfast: Home made muffin, fruit, milk Lunch: Red chile smothered burrito, mexicali... Full story


Ticket calendar - April 10

My House of Old Things Museum in Ancho, 27 miles South of Corona on Highway 54. This house hold lots of antiques and collectibles for anyone's taste. Open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5...


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