Articles from the October 9, 2012 edition

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Bond would bring funding for library acquisitions

If passed, the 2012 GO Bond B question on the Nov. 6 ballot would spread $9.8 million across the state for equipment and supplemental library resource acquisitions, including print, non-print and...


Voters face amendment proposals

Among the many choices facing voters in the Nov. 6 general election are five proposed amendments to the New Mexico Constituion. Voters are asked to cast a ballot for or against each of the five...


FCC grants Plateau $9.6 million for improving wireless in rural areas

A local communications provider is one of three statewide that received federal money to upgrade mobile service in rural areas of New Mexico that lack 3G or 4G wireless service. According to a...


Important to appreciate the little things

"For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past ..." Psalm 90:4 I love the crisp mornings and warm afternoons of the fall season of the year. It is time for football and...


Rattlers look to bounce back

"Texico is a very good team over all very physical that can be beaten, we have confidence going in to Friday nights game," said Wayne Ferguson,Tucumcari Rattlers head coach. QCS Photo: Thomas Garcia...


Mesalands women's rodeo team clinches championship

The Mesalands Community College's Rodeo Team had their second rodeo competition for the season at Cochise College in Douglas, Ariz., last weekend. The Women's Team clinched the Team Championship Title... Full story


Mesalands hosting rodeo

Mesalands Community College's rodeo team is preparing to host their 5th annual Grand Canyon Region redo on Friday and Saturday at the Quay County Rodeo Arena. QCS staff photo: Thomas Garcia Wilson...


New Mexico 4-H celebrates centennial

Every community in Quay County has many people who were 4-Hers as youth and this year we are remembering them and their legacy as New Mexico 4-H celebrates its 100th birthday. As you visit with them,... Full story


Homicide charges forthcoming in Draman case

State police said Tuesday that homicide charges against Frank Keller, 45, are "forthcoming" after positively identifying human remains found near Logan as that of Kimberly Draman. A press release...


Editorial: Week's news spotlight region, deserve reflection

Several times a year there are news weeks like this past one. They are filled with multiple news events of a magnitude that few people associate with this sparsely populated area of New Mexico. And...


On the shelves - Oct. 10

The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For more information call 461-0295. Fiction "Last to Die: a novel" by Tess Gerritsen. The detective Jane Rizzoli and the medical... Full story


Brother's friend was childhood hero

Last week was made special by a visit with Roy Penix and his wife, Rita, of Linden, Utah. Roy was one of my brother's best friends and most definitely was a hero of mine. He moved to Tucumcari with...


Surgeon's privileges suspended

Tucumcari remains without a general surgeon as Dr. Sitarama Krishna Kothalanka's surgical and partitioning privileges at Dan C. Trigg Memorial hospital are suspended, said Dr. David Arredondo,... Full story


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