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Articles from the November 1, 2017 edition

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 By Thomas Garcia    News    November 1, 2017

Report: Classrooms need more money

Logan Schools Superintendent and State Rep. Dennis Roch agree with portions of a report released by Think New Mexico stating New Mexico school districts are spending too much on administration and...

 
 By Steve Hansen    News    November 1, 2017

Hub-jumping, anyone?

I stopped at "hub-jumping." I was wearing the harness and could secure one of its life-line lanyards to the safety rail with a "lobster claw," but my...

 
 By Steve Hansen    News    November 1, 2017

Official gets pay increase

When all was said and done, City Manager Jared Langenegger received a 2-percent raise in his pay Thursday at the hands of the Tucumcari City Commission. On a 4-to-1 vote, the commission decided to...

 

On the shelves - Nov. 1

The following books are available from The Tucumcari Public Library. For more information please call 575-461-0295. Fiction • "Sleeping Beauties," by Stephen King and Owen King. Women who fall...

 

Menus - Nov. 1

The following are the menus for the schools in Quay County for today through Nov. 8: Quay County Schools Logan Thursday Breakfast: Quesadilla, cereal, milk, juice Lunch: Spaghetti, breadsticks,...

 

Jail log - Nov.1

The following individuals were booked into the Quay County Detention Center Oct. 21-27: • Martha Pacheco, 58, warrant • Teresa Russell, 29, warrant • Joseph Aragon, 32, child abuse • Randy...

 

Pages past - Nov. 1

November 1971 • Tucumcari High School students Janet Batie and Mary Helen Betts won their fifth first place award for their duet baton twirling routine at the southern district marching band...

 

Amending best process for new bail bond system

Should the constitutional amendment that voters overwhelmingly approved last year to reform the bail bond system in New Mexico be repealed and replaced as advocated by Gov. Susana Martinez and...

 

No clear answers on tax structure

As Congress, whether controlled by Democrats or Republicans, considers tax reforms, it pays for individual wage earners to keep their hands on their wallets and their eyes on the news. With his usual...

 

Obama-era players lost their minds

Uranium One is a mining company that controlled one fifth of the U.S. uranium extraction capacity. Russian interests gained a controlling interest in...

 

Longhorns to play Foothill in state tourney

Two area teams will compete in state football tournament action, while one is looking for a win to close out a district run for a post season bid. A...

 

Lady Rattler harriers just miss state

Coaches from six schools expressed enthusiasm over the course, as more than 130 cross country runners took part in the district meet Saturday at the...

 

Lady Longhorns defeat Fort Sumner

One area high school volleyball team prepares to host a district championship, while two will be on the road looking for a win to extend their seasons. The Logan Lady Longhorns beat Fort Sumner in thr...

 
 By David Grieder    News    November 1, 2017

Water authority talks money, applicants

GRADY — The Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority has a busy couple of months ahead, as it seeks both to secure state and federal funds and to select a new executive director from dozens of...

 

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