QCS Staff San Jon and Tucumcari school officials delay the start of classes for Tuesday due to inclement weather. Tucumcari Public Schools will have a two hour delay classes will begin at 10 a.m., and school buses will run in town only. San Jon School will have a two hour delay and classes will start […]
Thomas Garcia The Tucumcari Rattlers, Logan Longhorns and San Jon Coyotes’ football teams will be on road this weekend. The 4-1 Rattlers will take on the 3-0 Eunice Cardinals who are coached by former Rattlers coach Daniel Hutchins. “This is going to be a great game,” said Hutchins. “These teams have had a strong rivalry […]
Thomas Garcia The Tucumcari Rattlers and San Jon Coyotes are on the road this Friday as the Logan Longhorns prepare for homecoming. The 2-1 Rattlers travel to Estancia face the Bears following a tough loss to the Farwell, Texas, Steers Friday night. During that game the Rattlers had two turnovers which resulted in points for […]
QCS Staff New Mexico State Police and Motor Transportation Department officers are being credited with the July rescue of two men trapped in a burning semi on Interstate 40 near San Jon. State Police Capt. Jimmy Glascock said Officer Christopher Stimpson and MTD Officer Rodney Bone, pulled Mortarice Collier, the driver of the semi and […]
Birthdays Galvan [image #2, align=right, size=medium] Daceon (Dace) Galvan of San Jon celebrated his first birthday on July 23, 2011, at San Jon at a party hosted by his parents Briitney Latvala and Justin Galvan. He was born July 24, 2010, in Clovis. — Submitted by Kim Molyneaux Births Galvan [image #1, align=right, size=medium] Justin […]
Eastbound Interstate 40 has been reopened east of San Jon according to New Mexico State Police dispatech. Tucumcari Fire Chief Mike Cherry said the fire started near mile marker 366 on the south side of the highway. He said four fire crews were called out to the scene.
Freedom New Mexico A 19-year-old San Jon man died early Saturday in a one-vehicle rollover following a high-speed chase with the Clovis Police Department and the New Mexico State Police.
Russell Anglin A new wastewater treatment plant in San Jon is almost finished. USDA Rural Development State Director Terry Brunner visited village officials Monday and toured the new facility, in which village wastewater runs through sewer lines into three large lagoons lined with plastic to keep the sewage from seeping into the ground. San Jon […]