Articles from the October 2, 2012 edition

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Clinic hosts open house

An open house was held Tuesday at the Quay County Medical at 220 South Third. QCS photo: Jerrene Bradley Tucumcari community members helped celebrate the open house of the Quay County Medical Clinic...


Air tour stops by area

More than 27 fixed wing planes landed at the Tucumcari Municipal Airport Friday as part of the centennial air tour. QCS photo: Thomas Garcia New Mexico Pilots Association Co-director Joyce Woods... Full story


Laurialt: Sometimes God needs to discipline his children

Sometimes it takes a real knock to the head for us to pick up on a concept. That literally came to my mind recently. You see, I've always been bothered by the sun shining through the windshield betwee... Full story


Local briefs - Oct. 3

Animal hospital fundraiser planned Tucumcari Olympics, a fundraiser to help the Tucumcari Animal Hospital, will be held on at noon on Oct. 20, at Dunn's park. Teams of six can register for $20 to... Full story


Rattlers look to contain Cardinals

The (5-0) Tucumcari Rattlers are preparing to play the toughest team they have faced to this point, said Wayne Ferguson, head coach. Ferguson said you have to look past the 2-3 record when it comes... Full story


Rattlers thump Fort Sumner 28-14

Coach Wayne Ferguson said it's determination and character that have gotten the Rattlers to their best start in seven seasons. Turnovers helped, too. Host Tucumcari scored 21 points off Fox... Full story


Spaceport investment not paying off

It's located in the southern New Mexico desert, far from most New Mexicans' homes, but its $209 million taxpayer-funded price tag should keep it close to the front of voters' and legislators' minds....


New Mexico State Fair Quay County 4-H results

Swine Show 5. Jordan Hines 6. Kindal Smith 9. Dillon Massy Lamb Show Reserve Champion Sam Robinson – (made the sale ) 4.Garrett Bollinger 6. Garrett Bollinger Goat Show 7.Amanda Kanapilly Steer... Full story


Outgoing state senator honored

More than 60 residents and elected officials paid tribute Friday to retiring state Sen. Clinton D. Harden at the Tucumcari Convention Center. QCS photo: Thomas Garcia Clint Harden, right, speaks to... Full story


Officials prepare voting machines for early voting

Ellen White, county clerk and Danny Wallace were busy on Thursday afternoon certifying the early and absentee voting machines for the upcoming November election. White said that early voting will...


Farm day highlights recycling

Tucumcari elementary students learned about agriculture and recycling Friday at the New Mexico Agricultural Science Center in Tucumcari. QCS Photos: Thomas Garcia Bob Bruce shows fourth- and fifth- gr... Full story


School menus - Oct. 3

The following are the menus for schools in Quay County. Tucumcari Breakfast daily: Cereal, graham crackers, yogurt parfaits, bagel and cream cheese, fruit, juice and milk. Thursday Breakfast: Breakfas...


On the shelves - Oct. 3

The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For more information call 461-0295. Fiction "Friends Forever" by Danielle Steel. Three boys and two girls who meet in kindergarten...


Another group filing for racino license

Another group may be planning to file an application to bring a racetrack and casino to Tucumcari, said Warren Frost, executive director of the Quay County Gaming Authority. Frost informed the...


Moncus: Traveling by train still preferred

The phone rang bright and early Sunday morning and Mickey Page got my attention by saying she was calling from a dining car as she wended her way to the Midwest via train. She knew she would cause a... Full story


Police blotter - Oct. 3

The following is a sampling of calls received by the central dispatch office for Quay County, based at the Tucumcari Police Department. Friday At 4:45 a.m., a woman was arrested for public... Full story


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