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Articles from the November 8, 2017 edition

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 By Thomas Garcia    News    November 8, 2017

Rep. Roch won't seek re-election

From winning a foot race in Portales for a vote in his first election in 2008 to advocating for rural New Mexico for the next nine years in Santa Fe,...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    November 8, 2017

Training in session

TUCUMCARI - More than a dozen county clerks and deputy county clerks from eastern New Mexico took part in a three-day training session outlining the...

 
 By Thomas Garcia    News    November 8, 2017

Woman assaulted in alley

Tucumcari Police Department officials are advising residents to be vigilant and cautious after a local woman was assaulted Sunday while throwing away her trash at her residence on the 500 block of...

 
 By Pages Past    News    November 8, 2017

Pages Past - Nov. 8

November 1958 • Romnie B. Mathiews Jr. was appointed as the foreman for the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. local office in Tucumcari. • Associate director of the Museum of...

 

Jail log - Nov. 8

The following individuals were booked into the Quay County Detention Center from Oct. 28 - Nov. 3: • Carl Everett, 39, warrant • Robert Ferguson, 31, shoplifting • Matthew Howell, 26, warrant...

 

On the shelves - Nov. 8

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. 8

The following are the menus for the Tucumcari and Logan senior centers and schools in Quay County for today through Nov. 15: Senior centers Coffee, tea and milk served daily Logan Thursday: Pork...

 

Government can be false god

One foundational command of the Bible is the first of 10: “Thou shalt have no other gods before me.” (Exodus 20:3.) This is quite early, in the...

 

Health center gets improvement award

Presbyterian Medical Services’ Quay County Family Health Center in Tucumcari was awarded the Exemplary Improvement Award for excellence in clinical quality and patient care. Since 2004, the...

 

FFA students place at national fair

Six Logan High School students competed Sept. 22 at the National Future Farmers of America Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Logan FFA members consisted of Mackenzie Lightfoot, Micah...

 

Fake news may be downfall of social media

The old saying about a lie traveling halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes has never seemed more relevant than in this new era of propaganda-pushing Twitter trolls and...

 

Uranium story a conspiracy theory

Did Hillary Clinton surrender 20 percent of U.S. uranium to the Russians, endangering us all, while she was the U.S. secretary of state? I don’t think so. I think what we have is yet another...

 

No one is good at casualty calls

Saturday is Veterans Day. When the flag passes you at the parade, stand and salute or place your right hand over your heart. Thank you. Here’s a tho...

 

Rattlers, Longhorns hit the road

The Tucumcari Rattlers and Logan Longhorns will be on the road for state tournament football action, while the Coyotes closed out their season with a...

 

Lady Longhorns win district title

The Logan Lady Longhorns will begin pool play Thursday as the 1 seed in the 2A state volleyball tournament in Rio Rancho. “The girls continue to show their heart, ability with every match they...

 

Greyhounds a top 20 football team

PORTALES — And up they climb. Eastern New Mexico University’s football team continues to play well and continues getting recognized for it. Last Thursday, the Greyhounds went on the road and...

 

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