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Engagement Butkovich-Burns Butkovich-Burns Steve and Kim Burns of Tucumcari announce the upcoming marriage of their son, Phillip, to Tasha Butkovich, Daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Michael Butkovich of...

 

Tres Amigas to base in Albuquerque

Tres Amigas has selected Albuquerque for its operations center and Rio Rancho for its backup center. New Mexico cities in the running included Clovis, Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Belen. About 100...

 
 By QCS staff    publish/News    May 15, 2012

Softball tourney registration open

The 2012 Tucumcari Softball Association is now taking entries for its summer co-ed softball lead. Entry fee is $350 per team, with each team required to provide .40 core softballs. Registration... Full story

 
 By QCS staff    publish/News    May 15, 2012

Car show planned

A car show will be held 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday at Russell's Travel Center. There will be grab bags for participants, a $25 entry fee and a food booth. Classes to enter include muscle car, classic...

 
 By QCS staff    publish/News    May 15, 2012

Wind energy forum planned

Students interested in pursuing a career in wind energy technology are invited to attend an 6 p.m. Wednesday information forum at the North American Wind Research and Training Center. Students will...

 

Rain can brighten day

Last week, Elizabeth Morris asked if I would like to do something special on Sunday. Well, of course, I thought of a trip to lma, and she seemed to be willing to ride along with Prissy and me. Little...

 

Detour never quite explained

Tucumcari has seen more than its share of travelers, thanks mostly to historic Route 66. Sometimes the strangers leave strange stories behind. That was the case when a confused, unemployed trumpet...

 

Former Mesalands employees file suit against college

One current and two former employees have filed suit against Mesalands Community College. "These individuals want to bring to light the unethical, inappropriate and illegal actions at Mesalands,"...

 
 By QCS staff    publish/News    May 15, 2012

Cold front could return to area

A backdoor cold front which brought rainfall should return to the area by the weekend, according to the National Weather Service in Albuquerque. "There will be a similar cold front which produced the...

 

Let's be thankful for mothers

Things my mom actually did in her adventurous life ... Sewed shirts from a pattern. Invented the dookie bar. Changed irrigation tubes from a Chevy station wagon. Shot a bull snake out of our... Full story

 

Editorial: Public officials make too many deals in private

They say the words, claiming "transparency" and "the public's right to know" are priorities. But too many public officials are conducting public business in private. They call it "executive session,"... Full story

 

Injunctions call for project halt

Two new injunctions have been filed in the 10th Judicial District Court calling for a halt to current and future construction of an intake structure... Full story

 

Rodeo team members finals bound

Coming off a season where its men's team finished first in the nation and its women's team sixth, the Mesalands Community College rodeo team will send a school-record 10 members to the College...

 

Chalmers positive about racino

Don Chalmers remains confident Tucumcari will one day be home to a racetrack and casino. In the meantime, he is encouraging area residents to trumpet the history of Route 66 and other treasures the...

 

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