God’s children are filled with Holy Spirit

Leonard Lauriault Recently, I was asked a question I couldn’t answer, which isn’t unusual, but I did know someone who probably could. Because I even knew their phone number (it was our New Mexico State University Quay County Cooperative Extension Service office), the person asking the question said, “Wow, you’re just full of good information […]

Logan School Board candidates weigh in on education

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Thomas Garcia Two candidates have filled to run for Position 1 of the Logan School Board as incumbent Cinda Barber will not seek re-election. “It was a personal decision not to seek re-election,” said Barber. “My oldest child is graduating this year. I felt it was time for someone to give it a go.” Barber […]

Skies will be filled with thrills

By Chris Schmaedeke, QCS managing editor The skies above Tucumcari will be filled with excitement on Oct. 7. The 17th annual Tucumcari Rotary Club Air Show comes to the Tucumcari Airport with a full slate of performances and acts. The gates will open at 10 a.m. The main attraction will be the Canadian Air Force […]

Conference focuses on energy renewables

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Thomas Garcia Guest speakers and exhibits focusing on renewable energy filled the Tucumcari Convention Center Tuesday, all part of the RENEW 2009 conference. “This is a great event. New Mexico and Quay County have a lot of renewable energy potential,” said Jimmy Sandoval, Tucumcari City Commissioner. Explaining how to tap wind energy was Logan resident, […]

Gas prices dip below $2

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By QCS Staff Leon Hewitt of Conchas was smiling as he filled up his ‘94 GMC pickup. “The last time I filled up, it cost me $94,” Hewitt said. “Now it’s $40.” Allsup’s gasoline had been $1.99 earlier and then dropped again Friday to $1.95 Because gas had gotten so expensive Hewitt said he hadn’t […]