Articles from the May 14, 2013 edition

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Meetings watch: Quay County Commission

The following items were before the Quay County Commission regular meeting on Monday: There were no comments from the public. Commissioners in attendance: Brad Bryant, chair, Mike Cherry and Sue... Full story


Meetings watch: Mesalands Community College board

The following items were before Mesalands Community College board during its meeting Tuesday at the college: No public comments were made and no executive session held. Approved the creation of a... Full story


Quay teams make show at meet

ALBUQUERQUE — It was a rapt cat-and-mouse, catch-or-be-caught encounter that whipped fans at the University of New Mexico track and field complex into a collective bout of psychosis. QCS...


In my mind, I've gone to Carolina

"In my mind I'm gone to Carolina," sings James Taylor. Ever since my mind and the rest of me went to Carolina last week, that tune's been playing in my head, and it still is now that we're home. Do... Full story


Mesalands president applications being reviewed

Applications to fill Mesalands Community College's president vacancy are being reviewed by the appointed screening committee. The applications will be screened by the committee, which will make a... Full story


Low lake levels, silt buildup prevent water allocation

The Arch Hurley Conservancy District board reduced member assessments Tuesday by a dollar. However, due to the low level of Conchas Lake and silt build up in the district's intake channel, the... Full story


Workshop offers strategies in teaching autistic students

About 40 teachers from nine area school districts attended a two-day workshop May 8-9 on strategies for teaching autistic students. QCS photo: Jerrene Bradley Speaker Joel Arick tells teachers about... Full story


Meetings watch: Tucumcari City Commission

The following items were before the Tucumcari City Commission Thursday: There was no comments from the public or executive session. Commissioners in attendance: Jimmy Sandoval, Ernest Dominguez Jr.,...

 By QCS staff    publish/News    May 14, 2013

Police seeking burglary information

Local Crimestoppers and Tucumcari Police Department are seeking any information regarding the recent burglary of Outlaw Tattoo located on the 700 block of East Route 66. Items taken in the burglary... Full story


Honors - May 15

I am honored to announce my first granddaughter Alexus Ortiz was selected to participate in the 2013-2014 University of New Mexico all girls cheer team. Alexus attended West Mesa high school in...


Menus - May 15

The following are the menus for the schools and senior center in Quay County for May 16-22: Tucumcari Thursday Breakfast: Breakfast pizza, fruit, milk Lunch: Pizza, spinach salad, cauliflower and...


Calendar - May 15

Today Tucumcari Quay County Regional Emergency Communication Board at 10 a.m., City Hall Thursday Cemetery Advisory Board at noon City Hall Monday Library Advisory Board at 5:15 p.m., Library May 23... Full story


Police blotter - May 15

The following is a sampling of calls received by the central dispatch office for Quay County based at the Tucumcari Police Department: Friday At 2:33 a.m., a woman reported a prowler on the 800 block...


Thomas: Office lizard creates moral dilemma

As the weather continues to warm up more and more some of my scaly friends have begun to show up around the office. Just today a lizard that darted away from the desk I was walking towards surprised m...


Lauriault: Our faith must remain above our trials

I'm getting a lot of mileage out of the incident upon which I've already based a couple of recent articles related to how God doesn't treat us as our sins deserve (Quay County Sun, April 17, 2013 and...


Comments from the canyons: Even a little rain brings hope to area

Last Tuesday, many people were driving around to see the results of the rainfall. They had all begun to smile on Monday when the first sprinkles landed and had watched eagerly all day as more moisture...


Justice Department's intrusion demands explanation

The U.S. Justice Department appears to have crossed a bright line that shields one of the cherished tenets of the nation's Constitution that the agency's top officers take an oath to protect and...


Third pipe bomb found in Clovis

A pipe bond - the third found in Clovis since March 5 - was discovered by city workers about 8 a.m. today near the entrance to the landfill.It is the second pipe bomb found near the landfill.State...


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