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Commission gets behind 'Solo Work' facility

January 17, 2018 The Tucumcari City Commission Thursday resolved to support efforts to establish a "Solo Work" facility in the city, which would provide offices and equipment for area residents who work for remote employers. The Greater Tucumcari Economic Development Corporation (EDC) is responding

QUAY COUNTY SUN - 2018-01-17 08:00:00

Big K calling it quits

Tucumcari's Kmart retail store was one of two in New Mexico slated for closure by the Sears Holding Company. The store will close officially on April 8. The announcement of the impending closure of the Kmart store in Tucumcari has local officials scrambling to find replacement retail option for resi


City manager leaving post, effective April 11

January 10, 2018 Jared Langenegger Tucumcari City Manager Jared Langenegger has resigned from his post, effective April 11. Langenegger made the announcement at Thursday's city commission meeting. After an executive session following the meeting, the commission, all expressing reluctance, accepted L


Department of Tourism officials make visit to town

January 10, 2018 Steve Hansen Daniel Zamora, president of the Tucumcari Disc Golf Association, talks about disc golfing with Tucumcari Mayor Pro Tem Robert Lumpkin and David Griscom, tourism development director for the New Mexico Department of Tourism, while New Mexico State Sen. Pat Woods looks on


Year in Review: City sees death, mayhem

Antonio Sandoval, right center, was arrested by New Mexico State Police officers following a joint pursuit with the Quay County Sheriff's Office Monday in Tucumcari. Sandoval was charged with multiple offenses, including aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer. Feb 16: Former Police Chief arre


Year in Review: Voices victorious against boreholes

January 3, 2018 File photo County Commissioners listen to a statement from a concerned resident in the 10th Judicial District Courtroom in Tucumcari during a discussion of proposed boreholes in the Nara Visa area. Determined Nara Visa residents in 2017 successfully marshaled opposition to a proposed


West end properties focus of environmental cleanup

December 27, 2017 Steve Hansen Tucumcari's abandoned Paradise Motel is part of a brownfield area that federal , state and local officials are hoping to return to productive use in cooperation with Kansas State University and the University of New Mexico. A small army of government officials, college


Artist adds to 'City of Murals'

December 27, 2017 Steve Hansen Seamus Wray painted this mural depicting Tucumcari's first mayor James Alexander Street free of charge. Seamus Wray remembers that he painted his first wall mural when he was six years old. Then he got punished, but his current wall mural will bring him $10,000, he sai


City reminds residents of snow ordinances

Oneonta city officials issued reminders Wednesday morning about regulations for parking cars and shoveling sidewalks in snow events. Oneonta Gary Herzig said Wednesday afternoon that the reminders were to encourage city staff and residents to work together to clear streets and sidewalks of snow, whi

DAILY STAR - 2018-01-18 01:48:13

Staff members find bullet at Oneida City school

According to Superintendent Mary-Margaret Zehr, administration was immediately notified about the bullet and law enforcement was contacted. Madison County Sheriff's Dept. conducted a sweep of the school. From the investigation, officials found that the bullet was brought to school by a student.

WKTV - 2018-01-18 05:00:00

Oneida man pleads not guilty to robbery, weapons charges

An Oneida man accused of stealing another man's marijuana denied the charges in County Court. A teenager involved has already pleaded guilty. Richard Branch Jr., 21, of 221 Lenox Ave., Oneida, pleaded not guilty before Judge Robert L. Bauer Jan. 10 to one count each of first and second-degree robber

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2018-01-18 00:00:00

Bullet found on bus at Oneida City middle school, superintendent says

WAMPSVILLE, N.Y. -- A bullet was found on a school bus this morning at the Otto Shortell Middle School, Oneida City School District Superintendent Mary-Margaret Zehr said in a statement on the district's website. The bullet was found by a staff member, Zehr said. "Administration was immediately noti

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-17 16:49:09

Road to Home Rescue searching for new location amid neighbor complaints

Right now, the animal shelter is located on Oriskany Boulevard in Yorkville. The operators say that most neighbors have been supportive, but others want them gone, and Road to Home Rescue officials say they respect that. They don't want to be where they are not welcome, and they hope to leave the

WKTV - 2018-01-18 01:31:00

Utica Police looking to identify man allegedly involved in medication robbery

UTICA. N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - The Utica Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying a man who was allegedly involved in robbery of medication from multiple pharmacies. Police say the man, pictured above, may have been involved in the theft of medication from Walmart in Utica on

LOCALSYR.COM - 2018-01-17 03:38:37

County lawmaker: New lights needed for accident prone Higby Road

Herkimer County Legislator John Brezinski, D-Frankfort, wants to add more street lights at the intersections of Albany and Higby and Graffenburg and Higby roads. This is Brezinski's second attempt to add additional lights. Last year he sent a letter to the then Frankfort Town Supervisor, Joseph K

WKTV - 2018-01-18 03:34:00

RFA grad Jeselson named to president's list

David Jeselson, son of Donna and Andrew Jeselson, Stokes-Westernville Road, Ava, was named to the president's list for the fall semester at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica. Jeselson is a sophomore electrical and computer engineering major and a graduate of Rome Free Academy. David Jeselson, son

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2018-01-18 00:00:00

Manchester man cited for stealing several newspapers

A Manchester man has been cited for shoplifting after allegedly taking approximately 200 print editions of the Manchester Times from the Manchester Walmart Wednesday morning (Jan. 17). Austin David Florence, 20, of Manchester, was cited by Manchester Police Department officer Daniel Ray after a repo

MANCHESTER TIMES - 2018-01-18 02:31:00

Cold weather brings more people to Chattanooga's homeless shelters

With freezing temps hitting the Chattanooga area, cold weather shelters have become lifesavers for some of the area's homeless population. The Salvation Army of Greater Chattanooga's emergency cold weather shelter was at capacity Tuesday night as frigid temperatures rolled into the region, bringing

CHATTANOOGA TIMES FREE PRESS - 2018-01-18 05:08:04

NewsChannel 9 checks weather and road conditions throughout viewing area Wednesday

Tuesday's snowfall may have passed, but icy roads remain a problem for many in our viewing area Wednesday. The NewsChannel 9 team spread out to report on local road conditions. In Tracy City, the roads were mostly clear, but the snow has yet to melt. Once it does, there's a chance it could refreeze.

WTVC - 2018-01-17 19:14:18

Snow, icy roads, bitterly cold temperatures trigger school closings in Chattanooga region

A person rides a scooter from Puckett's restaurant in the snow downtown on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, in Chattanooga, Tenn. A winter storm brought snow, ice and frigid temperatures to the region and much of the Southeast on Tuesday. Here's a list of school closings/delays courtesy of our news partner W

CHATTANOOGA TIMES FREE PRESS - 2018-01-17 05:06:44