San Jon to build village hall

William Thompson San Jon’s village administration employees will be moving from their cramped quarters at the San Jon Community Center into the spacious confines of a new village hall in early 2005. Rosalie Rachor, San Jon Administrative Assistant, said San Jon has received more than $230,000 in grants to build the new village hall. “The […]

Roads diverging at the pool hall

TV Hagenah Today’s column is a true one (or at least as true as anything dealing with memory can be). When I am asked to speak at graduations or affairs honoring fathers, I often pull this story out and share it with my audience. In fact, it happened in late July more years ago than […]

Police under fire at city hall

TV Hagenah Tucumcari police officers were accused of inappropriate behavior by five different individuals who spoke at Thursday’s Tucumcari City Commission meeting held at city hall. George Aragon, Jeff Cordova, Shari Anaya, Amber Martin and Anthony Hendron all complained about police to commissioners. Chief Dennis Townsend was not at the meeting and declined to discuss […]

Calendar

• April 12 – National Association of Retired Federal Employees, noon at K-Bobs. Installation of officers. • April 12 – The Higher Learning Commission/NCA All-employee meeting will be held at Mesalands Community College at 2:30 p.m. in room A-121. • April 12 – Economic Development Corporation, 5:15 p.m. at the Territorial Building of the Convention […]

Calendar 3-20

• March 18, 19 & 20 – Canadian River Soil and Water Conservation District Tree Sale at the Quay County Fairgrounds. • March 20 – Reception for Author Lynn Moncus 2-4 p.m. at Tucumcari Historical Museum, 416 S. Adams. • March 20 – End Time Ministries Second Anniversary, Guest speaker Alfredo Martell. 424 South Monroe […]

Class of ’54 looking for classmates

The class of 1954 is seeking a number of different individuals for the upcoming reunion this summer. If readers have knowledge of these individuals, they should call: 806-244-5519. Sought classmembers include: Ronnie Coate, Geraldine Griffin, Edna Martinez, Josephine Medina, Leo Roybal, Armando Velasco, Dorothy Williams, John Otero, Evangeline Blea, Gloria Baca, Susan Gentry, Sherry Gregory, […]

Ten Commandments: Local monument similar to many challenged across country

By Ryan Lengerich Prominently displayed on Tucumcari City Hall’s front lawn on E. Center Street is a seven-foot tall black marble Ten Commandments monument surrounded by three flag poles bearing the American, Mexico State and Tucumcari Rattlers flags. On Aug. 28, a 2 1/2 ton granite Ten Commandment monument was removed from the Alabama state […]