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Our page - June 6

Birthday Goen Justin Goen Justin Goen of Tucumcari will celebrate his 3rd birthday June 10, 2012 with family. The celebration will be hosted by Justin's parents, Jason and Jessica Goen, grandparents...

 

Honor rolls - June 6

Tucumcari Middle School Gold Sixth grade Angelina Arellano Kyeli Collins Melina Encinias Sydney Goldston Kamelia Lamm Davey Mardo Shania Martinez Darpan Patel Ethan Rogers Orlando Tenorio Seventh...

 

Faith helped get Americans through tough times

"Be strong and of a good courage..." Joshua 1:6 This past weekend I watched a documentary covering the time period from the stock market crash through the 1930's. It was interesting as it incorporated...

 

Fire investigations continue

No arrest have been made in the arson investigation of the May 21 fire at the Tucumcari Animal Hospital, which claimed the lives of over 50 animals, said State Police Lt. Lance Bateman. Bateman said... Full story

 

Veterinarian offered shelter to animals over the years

Over the years, Dr. Jean Corey gave shelter to animal after animal. Sometimes it was because an owner died or was placed in a nursing home, sometimes people brought their animals in for care and just...

 

Clovis biodiesel plant plans to sell fuel locally

CLOVIS — A biodiesel producer at the Clovis Industrial Park is setting up to sell its product locally. Renewable Energy Group is prepping a wholesale terminal at the plant, with product available...

 

Plateau offering fiber optics

Plateau's new fiber optics data service will optimize data services for city, county and medical offices in Tucumcari. "There is a considerable difference in speed," said County Manager Richard... Full story

 

Editorial: Government needs reminder of responsibilities

Now that we've narrowed the field for our next set of elected representatives, let's remind them all what they're supposed to be doing on our behalf: Securing our unalienable right to life, liberty...

 

Residents seek animal health care out of town

A fire on May 28 damaged and has temporarily closed the Tucumcari Animal Hospital, forcing residents to travel out of town for their animals care. QCS PHOTO: Thomas Garcia Styx has a cone placed...

 

Mesalands provides summer math academy

Mesalands Community College will be hosting a Texas Tech University Summer Math Camp Academy sponsored by the National Science Foundation, June 11-17. During this academy, students will have the oppor...

 

Charges dropped against former Clovis police officer

CLOVIS — Criminal charges against a Clovis police officer involved in a fatal vehicle accident in 2010 were dropped Friday. Attorney Dan Lindsey said Judge Teddy Hartley dropped charges after... Full story

 
 By QCS staff    publish/News    June 5, 2012

City seeks money for ramp lighting

The city of Tucumcari is working with the New Mexico Department of Transportation to secure funding for additional lighting at Interstate 40 and U.S. Highway 54 interchange. City manager Doug Powers...

 

Hope children rediscover fun of playing outside

Last week while driving around town, I nearly wrecked the car when I saw a couple of young children playing softball on a vacant lot. The ball and bat were much in use, and a lot of running was going...

 

City to work on water projects

City of Tucumcari will use $1.5 million from the New Mexico Finance Authority to improve its water infrastructure. City Manager Doug Powers said the money ($1,594,790) will be used for two water...

 

Primary turnout up

An increased turnout of voters in the Tuesday primary election resulted in a pair of close races and one landslide victory. QCS photo: Thomas Garcia County Clerk Ellen White, right, reads off...

 

Woods takes District 7 position

A low-key Pat Woods declared victory over challenger Angie Spears late Tuesday in one of the most bitter and closely watched races in New Mexico. CNJ...

 

Police blotter - June 6

The following is a sampling of calls received by the central dispatch office for Quay County, based at the Tucumcari Police Department. Friday At 12:31 a.m., a woman reported a domestic dispute at a r...

 

Statewide primary election results

U.S. President Democrat Barack Obama 59,214 Republican Ron Paul 4,665 Newt Gingrich 2,703 Mitt Romney 35,836 Rick Santorum 4,812 U.S. Senator Democrat Martin Heinrich 41,536 Hector Balderas 26,926... Full story

 

Voter turnout light statewide

ALBUQUERQUE — Turnout was light across the state Tuesday as New Mexicans weighed in on the already decided Republican presidential primary and narrowed their field of candidates for U.S. Senate and... Full story

 
 By CMI staff    publish/News    June 5, 2012

Six Clovis residents charged in boating accident

Six Clovis residents entered a no-plea Tuesday in Quay County Magistrate Court to multiple felony charges in connection with a Memorial Day weekend boating accident on Ute Lake that resulted in...

 

Press release: Six charged in Ute Lake mishap

On Sunday May 27, 2012, New Mexico State Police Officers responded to a boating accident at the Ute Lake State Park. Upon arrival, it was learned that Shaina Pool (21) of Clovis had fallen out of the...

 

Press release: Six charged in Ute Lake boating accident

On Sunday May 27, 2012, New Mexico State Police Officers responded to a boating accident at the Ute Lake State Park. Upon arrival, it was learned that Shaina Pool (21) of Clovis had fallen out of the...

 

Sheriff: Lubbock man shot himself

MULESHOE — The Lubbock man discovered dead after a car crash in west Bailey County on Monday appeared to have suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound, Bailey County Sheriff Richard Wills confirmed...

 

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