Quay County Sun - Serving the High Plains

Articles from the June 26, 2012 edition

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Council works to clear appeal

The New Mexico Racing Commission's legal council is trying to knock out a final appeal from a group trying to put a race track and casino in Raton, with the aims to make those licenses available again... Full story

 

Our page - June 27

Anniversary Ramsey John Gilman and Nellie Ann Ramsey John Gilman and Nellie Ann Ramsey are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with friends and family. They were married on June 9, 1962.... Full story

 

4-H Southeast district contest results

Courtesy photo Rifle team team members were from left, Kaleb Hayes, Jonathan Clark and Garrett Bollinger. Courtesy photo Home Ec Bowl team members were, from left, Trestin Peterson, Tianna Peterson,...

 

Editorial: State deserves transparent government

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has been a loud and proud supporter of government transparency. That's why we're surprised to hear she's been in the middle of recent media reports questioning her... Full story

 

Reading strengthens imaginations

In my young imagination I used to hunt tigers in the sandhills of eastern New Mexico. I'm pretty sure I never got out of my mother's sight but I still came back from my adventures telling all that...

 

Christians should recognize twisted scripture

I often dress in the dark and determine which side of my T-shirt is the back by feeling for the label. That used to be easy because all T-shirts had a tag in the collar and every little boy knew the...

 

Officials urge fireworks safety

City fire officials urge safety and common sense when using fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday during this dry and hot climate. "There are no restrictions on fireworks inside the city,... Full story

 

Being remembered by former students a treat

Last week, I mentioned I had been a graduate assistant at New Mexico State University in 1963. At the same time, I taught a class in American history at Madonna High School, a Catholic girls school in... Full story

 

Fiesta tickets on sale

The St. Anne's Fiesta is planned for the final week of July, with tickets on sale. The fiesta will have 600 tickets available for $100 each. Each ticket includes a dinner for two and a $10 voucher...

 

Nearly 2,000 books read for program

More than 300 children have read more than 541 hours totaling 1, 914 books as a part of the Summer reading program at Tucumcari Public Library. QCS photo: Thomas Garcia Cisco Martinez colors his...

 

Week of heat

With temperatures forecasted to top the century mark going into next week there is a danger of heat exhaustion for Quay County residents. QCS photo: Thomas Garcia Diego Sanchez drinks water to cool...

 

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