Articles from the June 19, 2012 edition
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Aunt: Missing girl has history of 'blanking out'
Aly Marques' life has been more difficult than most. The former Forrest resident (2003-2010) had her first heart surgery to repair a leaky valve when she was 9 days old, said her great aunt, Laurie...
Poets and singers honoring the cowboy tradition and heritage helped to raise money for a local museum. "It's about the camaraderie," said Bill Crenshaw, poet. "People of a kindred spirit coming... Full story
Police blotter - June 20
The following is a sampling of calls received by the central dispatch office for Quay County, based at the Tucumcari Police Department. Friday At 10:06 a.m., a woman reported a theft at a residence...
Notes from a churchlady: God makes people, animals in unique way
"...I am fearfully and wonderfully made..." Psalm 139:14 The last few weeks I thought we were running a kitten nursery around our house. Three stray mother cats each had kittens. We didn't see them...
Report: Missing girl considered running away
A 16-year-old Clovis girl, missing since June 7, had thoughts of running away prior to her disappearance, according to a supplemental police report... Full story
Moncus: Letter takes writer on sentimental journey
While Janie Stith and her relatives were going through items left to them by Mrs. Sue Tucek, they found a letter I had written to Mrs. Tucek in 1952. As a graduating senior, I was applying for a... Full story
Hunting, fishing key to dad's trips
Many people whose father has passed on can tell wonderful stories of all the places their dad took the family on vacation. I would say our family only took one traditional vacation while I was...
Editorial: Security leaks should be investigated
The White House is a busy place, what with compiling that "kill list" for terrorists and developing a cyberweapons strategy against Iran. So is the Justice Department, what with flirting with being... Full story