Articles from the July 10, 2012 edition
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Torres to be arraigned Wednesday
Noe Torres Accused child killer and former fugitive Noe Torres is due back in Clovis Wednesday to face murder charges. District Attorney Matt...
Curry, Roosevelt keeping fire restrictions in place
Roosevelt and Curry counties will keep fire restrictions in place for now even though the New Mexico State Forestry Division will lift statewide fire restrictions 8 a.m. today. The state ban being lif... Full story
Animal rescue group hosting health fair
The city of Tucumcari Volunteer Animal Rescue will hosting the 2012 dog and cat health fair Aug. 9-11 at the Tucumcari Convention Center. The Santa Fe Humane Society's mobile spay and neuter van will...
State police increase presence for holiday
An increased presence of law enforcement this holiday weekend was geared towards promoting safety, according to New Mexico State Police officials. QCS Photo: Jerrene Bradley An increased presence of...
Police blotter - July 11
The following is a sampling of calls received by the central dispatch office for Quay County, based at the Tucumcari Police Department. Friday At 1 a.m., a man reported a disturbance on the corner of...
Comments from the Canyons: Reunion annual offers memories of high school years
Shortly after receiving THE GOLDEN RATTLER DIRECTORY, the Rattler Alumni received the TUCUMCARI HIGH SCHOOL 2012 RATTLER REUNION ANNUAL. Its colorful cover lets us know that the Class of 1982 will be... Full story
Grant to fund municipal airport upgrades
Continued renovations and improvements at Tucumcari Municipal Airport will help the area's economic appeal, according to city officials. Recent Federal Aviation Administration grants for $307,800...
Parishioners to celebrate church's 102nd anniversary
The parishioners of Saint Anne's Catholic Church are preparing for their annual fiesta, celebrating 102 years of service in Tucumcari. The fiesta begins with a reception at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday at... Full story
Teen helps out community
Jeffrey Cordova, 17, has worked with Youth Conservation Corps for two years now. He said he signed up because he always wanted to be able to help the community out. QCS photo Jeffrey Cordova, 17,...
Holiday event draws 800
An estimated 800 people attended a street dance this holiday weekend in Logan, according to Logan/Ute Lake Chamber of Commerce officials. Logan Taylor and the Thunderbirds headline a Fourth of July...
First car has special spot in my heart
I'll never forget the curves on my very first. Her lines were classic as they curved toward her backside. She was dark green with supple vinyl upholstery and eight-track quadraphonic stereo. After...
Editorial: Fake lifeguard has no place at municipal pool
Pranksters and spin doctors try to trick news reporters all the time. Newspapers across the country have learned to guard against fake obituaries, altered photos and multiple other efforts to mislead... Full story
Lauriualt: Christians should be witnesses of Jesus' presence in their lives
Here's a riddle for ya (don't worry, I'll give the answer): How can someone run all four red lights in an intersection in one maneuver? Sound impossible? It's not (at least, that's what I think).... Full story
Letter to the editor: Old health system was not working
The article "Obama care threat to insurers" is the usual approach used by conservatives to discredit the Affordable Health Care Act. The act's enemies have not been able to make an honest case...