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Articles from the June 13, 2018 edition

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  • Mesalands president hopeful pays visit

    Thomas Garcia, Staff writer|Jun 13, 2018

    One of two potential candidates for Mesalands Community College's president position visited the campus Monday for a public forum. "Being a president of an institution has been a goal of mine, on my journey as a vice president I am seeking a place to grow and expand my skill sets," said Robert Munoz from Fort Worth, Texas. Munoz said there are some very unique programs at Mesalands, including ferrier science and silver smithing. He said these two programs are appropriate for the region and...

  • Incumbents score easy wins

    Thomas Garcia, Staff writer|Jun 13, 2018

    There weren't many contested races during Tuesday's Quay County primaries. The ones that were, weren't all that close. Incumbents Franklin McCasland and Timothy O'Quinn scored easy victories in their Republican primary races, with results declared official after Friday's canvassing. Neither winner faces general election opposition. McCasland took the primary nod for Quay County Commission District 3 with 563 votes to Bryan Rinestine's 400. "It was a good clean race and the people made their...

  • Events calendar - June 13

    Jun 13, 2018

    Thursday • City Commission Work Session: 5 p.m., Tucumcari City Hall • City Commission: 6 p.m., Tucumcari City Hall Monday • Community Development Advisory Board: TBD June 20 • Tucumcari/Quay Regional Emergency Communication Board: 10 a.m., City Hall June 25 • Library Advisory Board: 5:15 p.m., Library June 26 • City Finance Board: 10 a.m., City Hall • Economic Development Corporation: noon, EDC • Planning and Zoning Advisory Board: 5:15 p.m., City Hall June 28 • Housing Authority Board: 5 p.m., City Hall • City Commission: 6 p.m., City Hall J...

  • Jail logs - June 13

    Jun 13, 2018

    The following individuals were booked into the Quay County Detention Center June 5-11: • Pete Estrada, 39, assault • Pamela Meier, 47, warrant • Cranston Dave, 42, aggravated battery • Jordan Martinez, 19, battery • Archelle Reid, 37, criminal soclicitation to commit armed robbery • Dyllan Robinson, 22, warrant • Amanda Romero, 35, warrant • Steven Abeita, 37, driving while license suspended or revoked • Sixto Cordova, 65, warrant • Danny Kirby, 49, violation of restraining order • Robert Solberg, 65, forgery • Braxton Bridges, 23, warrant ...

  • Meetings watch - June 13

    Jun 13, 2018

    Quay County Commission At their June 8 meeting, Quay County commissioners took the following actions: • Greater Tucumcari Economic Development Corp., Executive Director Patrick Vanderpool requested the approval of the annual $50,000 allocation from the County Commissioners. Vanderpool outlined several of the ongoing efforts to attract economic opportunities to the area and spoke of upcoming meetings, events that the public are encouraged to attend. The commission approved the requested 2-to- 1. • Community Development Block Grant Coordinator re...

  • Pages past - June 13

    Jun 13, 2018

    June 1969 • Tucumcari hosted the annual state 4-H horse show and rodeo for the eighth straight year. • Several days of heavy rains sent water 18 inches deep over the spillway at Ute Lake Dam. Conchas Lake had risen 3.7 feet, and was raising a tenth of a foot every hour. Pajarito Creek was full from bank to bank and running strong. Construction on the Quay apartments was 40 percent complete, with tenants expected to be able to move in by mid August. • The Pinata Festival committee was given...

  • Menus - June 13

    Jun 13, 2018

    The following are the menus for the Tucumcari and Logan senior centers in Quay County for today through June 20: Senior centers Coffee, tea and milk served daily Logan Thursday: Chili dog, baked potato wedges, mixed vegetables, watermelon Friday: Baked chicken with mushroom alfredo sauce, crispy sweet potatoes, sliced tomatoes, biscuit, pear cobler Monday: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes with gravy, peas, whole wheat roll, margarine, apple cobbler Tuesday: Hot ham sandwich, lima beans, California vegetables, chocolate chip cookie...

  • We are to be holy

    Leonard Lauriault, Religion columnist|Jun 13, 2018

    Building upon a previous article stating that we’re to be perfect as God is perfect, my last article (May 30, 2018) delved into how God is perfect and how we can be – are to be – perfect (Matthew 5:48). First Peter 1:15-16 says we’re to be holy in all we do because God is holy (Leviticus 11:44-45). So, this article will consider how God is holy and what it means for us to be holy. But first, because it’s possible that many people don’t know what holiness is, Webster’s New World Dictionary Compact School and Office Edition (Simon and Schuster, I...

  • Citizens must demand better public behavior

    Albuquerque Journal|Jun 13, 2018

    Just when you think the level of discourse and civility in this country can’t get any lower, you are proven wrong — as illustrated by two stories that have competed for headlines this month. The first was an incredibly offensive tweet by Roseanne Barr — who managed to sink her hit new television show in which she played essentially herself, a Trump supporter. She one-upped her previous history of obnoxious behavior in just 53 characters by referring to Obama confidante and former adviser Valerie Jarrett as a product of the Muslim Broth...

  • May best win new 'jungle primaries'

    Steve Hansen, Columnist|Jun 13, 2018

    California calls it a “jungle primary.” There, you don’t declare a party, you just come out and vote. So the law of the jungle applies. You get the most votes or the second-most, or you’re out. Party makes no difference. It makes the general election a runoff contest between the two top vote-getters in the primary, whether they’re Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, or members of the Green Party, Peace and Freedom Party or no party at all. Independent voters aren’t sidelined for the California primaries, as they are in New Mexico. I t...

  • Quay 4-Hers take top spots

    QCS staff|Jun 13, 2018

    Quay County youth competed in the 4-H county contests on May 19, looking to advance to district and state competitions. These youth range in age from 6 to 18. Cloverbuds are under the age of 9, Novice 9 to 11, Juniors 12 and 13 and Seniors are 14 and older. Novices and Juniors will go on to district contests in June at Capitan and Seniors on to state competition in July at Las Cruces. The following are the contest winners. All Cloverbuds received first place awards for the following contests:...

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