Published: Monday, April 2nd, 2007
The Tucumcari High School Safety Club set up a display on the west side of town on Gaynell Street. It featured a wrecked car and sign that read "Drive Carefully." ... The Big O Tire Store had its grand opening on West Gaynell Street. Store manager Dale Titus cut the ceremonial ribbon with Chamber of Commerce president Damon Kvols. ... Tommy Bauler of Tucumcari won a $100 Easter wardrobe from the C.R. Anthony Co.. ... The Tucumcari Camp Fire Girls took over the city of Tucumcari as part of a special program to help explain the workings of a city government. Mayor Kenneth Schlientz handed over temporary power to Teresa Mares. Several other city officials turned over their positions for the program, including: Jolene Broce who acted as police chief and Marolyn Kvols as acting city engineer. ... Workers began clearing the site where the Quay Apartments would be built. The 64-unit apartment complex was sponsored by the New Mexico District Council of Carpenters and Joiners of America, AFL-CIO.
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