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Articles from the December 4, 2012 edition

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State judge dismisses one of three lawsuits against Ute pipeline project

A state judge on Monday granted a motion to dismiss litigation the Village of Logan filed in an attempt to halt construction on the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water System, also known as the Ute Water... Full story

 

Our page - Dec. 5

American Legion Auxillary American Legion Auxiliary Juniors Unit 77 of Logan gave their time and love to make 106 quilt tops and spinal cork blankets for the Veterans Administration Hospital in...

 

Hospitality House hidden treasure

While visiting our parents — Billy and Myrna Menges — in Tucumcari for Thanksgiving, my husband Stanley and I were introduced to a hidden treasure: The Hospitality House. QCS Photo: Thomas Garcia... Full story

 

Officials uncertain on date of ruling for racino

Speculation runs from any day now to sometime after the first of the year on the timing of a state appeals court ruling that could open the door for a racino in Quay County. "We are on the court's...

 

Judge rules in favor of minority shareholders in Ute Lake Ranch case

A Colorado judge has ruled in favor of minority shareholders, stripping Barry Freedman of controlling power of the Ute Lake Ranch Inc. and DVR LLC and appointing a receiver. On Nov. 29, Arapahoe...

 

Box re-elected to farmers union board of directors

Kathleen Box was re-elected to the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union board of directors. Delegates to the 2012 RMFU convention re-elected board member Kathleen Box to serve another term on the board. Box...

 

Officials approve roofing contract for courthouse

On Monday county commissioners met in special session and approved a roofing contract for the court house. County Manager Richard Primrose said the commission approved the contract of $203,300 to...

 

On the shelves - Dec. 5

The following books are available from the Tucumcari Public Library. For more information call 461-0295. Fiction "The Panther," by Nelson DeMille. The anti-terrorist task force agent John Corey and hi...

 

Police blotter - Dec. 5

The following is a sampling of calls received by the central dispatch office for Quay County, based at the Tucumcari Police Department: Friday At 10:21 a.m., a woman reported an assault on the 600...

 

Judge dismisses Logan water project litigation

A state judge on Monday granted a motion to dismiss litigation the Village of Logan filed in an attempt to halt construction on the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water System, also known as the Ute Water...

 

Records: Teen says he blacked out when altercation began

QCS Senior Writer A local teen charged in the deaths of two family members gave no reason for the cause of his actions and claims he blacked out once it began. New Mexico State Police investigators... Full story

 

Attorney: Teen facing charges in killings 'in shock'

A Tucumcari teen charged with killing his mother and stepsister is in shock as he awaits a court hearing later this week, according to his attorney Jeffrey Buckels. QCS Photo: Thomas GarciaTony Day's... Full story

 

Notes from the Church Lady: Life can be frustrating, rewarding puzzle

"For the body is not one member, but many." 1 Corinthians 12:14 A few days ago a friend and I were discussing jigsaw puzzles. There is something comforting about staring at hundreds of pieces of...

 

School menus - Dec. 5

The following are the menus for schools in Quay County for Dec. 6 - 12: Tucumcari Breakfast daily: Cereal, graham crackers, yogurt, parfaits, bagel and cream cheese, fruit, juice or milk Thursday...

 

Comments from the Canyons: Technology sometimes causes more frustration than convenience

Sometimes, this woman from Ima thinks the world is against those of us who are unable to stay up with technology or anything that has to do with the computer world. I know I should have been born seve...

 

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