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Tucumcari police looking for burglar who took jewelry, firearms
TUCUMCARI, N.M. (KVII) — The Tucumcari Police Department and Tucumcari Crime Stoppers are asking for the public's help identifying the subject or subjects involved in a burglary in the 1200 block of 2nd Street in early December.
Wrestling: Dons middle-schoolers 5th in Tucumcari
The West Las Vegas middle school wrestling team placed fifth out of seven teams with 59 points in the West Las Vegas wrestling tournament. Memorial Middle School placed first in the tournament with 291 points.
Jail log - Nov. 28
• Bonita Aughtman, 29, Tucumcari, battery against a household member, resisting, evading or obstructing an officer, criminal trespass (posted) and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Police blotter - Nov. 28
These calls were made to the Tucumcari Quay County Communications Center Nov. 19-25:
Tucumcari boys coach pinning hopes on speed
That’s what Tucumcari boys basketball coach John Span hopes for this season from his undersized team.
Woman charged with ID theft
Crystal Marie Jones, 34, was booked Nov. 9 into the Quay County Detention Center and released by court order five days later, according to jail records. No attorney for her was listed in court records.
Mercantile shop opens on Route 66
First, the storefront enabled her to sell merchandise that wasn't a good fit or lacked storage at the Tee Pee Curios shop she co-owns a few blocks away with her husband, Gar.
Women of the Mother Road
Parks said stories of the Harvey Girls, who were employed as waitresses at railroad Harvey Houses in the Southwest from 1885 to the 1950s, inspired her to look deeper into women’s roles in shaping Route 66.
Racing commission moving forward with sixth license
State Rep. Randal Crowder, R-Clovis, noting opposition to a horse-racing track and casino in Clovis, said in late October it wasn’t a “foregone conclusion” the racing commission would award a license. Izzy Trejo, the commission’s executive director, also told the Albuquerque Journal earlier this mon
Pages past - Nov. 21
1968:The Quay County Commission soon will meet with the state tax commission in an effort to reduce all property valuations by 10 percent. The tax commission on Nov. 9 raised the assessment rate to 33 1/3 percent in an effort to establish a statewide, uniform assessment ratio of actual value. The st
Feasibility study puts Clovis at front of pack
Convergence made no recommendations on which applicant should be awarded a license. It stated it “provides insights to the scope, objectives, benefits and challenges of a sixth license.”
Jesus did not teach socialism
I’ve run into some avowed socialists online who claim Jesus was a socialist or at least taught doctrines compatible with socialism. Jesus healed the sick, fed the hungry and told his followers to do likewise. Apparently, for some, that implies socialism. If we’re going to make progress discussing th
Hold off on celebrating Acosta order
According to the New York Times, Kelly said, “I have not determined that the First Amendment was violated here.”
Grady/San Jon ends season 13-11 overall
Grady/San Jon saw its season come to an end Friday with a 25-17, 25-14, 25-17 loss to Melrose in the Class 1A volleyball quarterfinals at the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho.