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Schools celebrate success

San Jon, Logan Elementary students, staff and administration received a personal congratulations on the schools earning an 'A' in the state's grading...

 

Cowboy poetry draws 80

NARA VISA - More than 80 enthusiasts of Cowboy poetry, songs and lifestyle gathered in Nara Visa to take part in an annual celebration honoring the we...

 

Health meets tech

If you can't get patients to health professionals, the providers can consult with patients on two-way video. That's the idea behind a "tele-health"...

 

City government reorganizes

A reorganization of city government that will create one more layer of management and cost the city about $118,000 in salary increases per year received approval Thursday from the Tucumcari City Commi...

 

Mesalands garners favorable ranking

Mesalands Community College has been ranked ninth in the nation, three levels above last year’s rating, out of 728 community colleges evaluated, by Wallet Hub, an Internet credit rating and...

 

Menus - Sept. 27

The following are the menus for the schools in Quay County for today through Oct. 4: Logan Thursday Breakfast: Yogurt, cereal, milk, juice Lunch: Chicken nuggets or strips, mashed potatoes with...

 

Jail log - Sept. 27

The following individuals were booked into the Quay County Detention Center from Sept. 16 - Sept. 22: • Carlos Infante, 37, warrant • James King, 37, warrant • Matthew Montano, 28, contributing...

 
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Pages past - Sept. 27

September 1971 • Jean Tillman of Quay County met Country Music star Charley Pride at the New Mexico State Fair. Tillman was a contestant in the State Fair Queen Contest. • J.R. Nunn was presented...

 

Help sought for local youth

A bank account has been established to help pay for travel expenses for a Tucumcari youth looking at a potential liver transplant. The Jaxon Witterman account at Tucumcari’s Wells Fargo branch is...

 

Science standard changes a mistake, bad for business

Many in New Mexico — home to three research universities, three national labs and a penchant for attracting high-tech companies — are aghast that their Public Education Department plans to veer...

 

NFL business no business of prez

Last week, the U.S. and North Korea engaged in brinksmanship and Congressional Republicans struggled to avoid yet another failure to dismantle Obamacare. In addition, two U.S. states and Puerto Rico...

 

Trump not first on criticized list

So you think the media has treated Donald Trump unfairly. Let’s look at the record. • “By any measure, Donald Trump is unfit to be president...

 

Rattlers pull Santa Fe split

The Lady Rattlers volleyball team came away with a lot of positives from their split wins Saturday during the Santa Fe Indian tournament bracket play, said Dana Benavidez, Tucumcari head coach....

 

Rattlers turnovers costly against Foxes

The Tucumcari Rattlers need to take care of the ball and follow through on their assignments or their season is not going to get any easier, said...

 

Water authority talks pipeline details at meeting

PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority learned at its Thursday meeting that securing an easement for a pipeline from Cannon Air Force Base to Portales may prove costly. CAFB...

 

House, Quay officials talk bond split

House School officials and Quay County Commissioners came to a preliminary agreement on the split from money generated from the Industrial Revenue Bonds of the proposed Casa Mesa Pilot wind farm. “T...

 

Freedom can be irritating

So, who knew? It turns out freedom is a messy thing. There are times when it seems to cause as many problems as it solves. Free people often use...

 

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