Eddie Fowler of Ruidoso is vice chairman of the New Mexico Racing Commission, which will be in Tucumcari on Thursday to hear a proposal for a racetrack and casino.
Lt. Gov. Diane Denish is touring New Mexico this week, answering questions from constituents inside a Department of Tourism bus. A news release from her office reports she’ll be traveling more than 500 miles, visiting eight towns in three days. “I’m looking forward to meeting as many people as possible” said Denish in the news […]
A former Tucumcari athlete has qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Alvin Petty’s latest blog is on pain, suffering and evil.
While most of the money needed to build and operate a proposed racetrack and casino in Tucumcari will come from private investors, Quay County taxpayers have not been forgotten.
Thursday will be a big day for Tucumcari. That’s when the New Mexico Racing Commission comes to town for a 5:30 p.m. meeting at the Tucumcari Convention Center, where it will hear investors’ proposal for a racetrack and casino.
Dianna Hernandez is blogging again.
Portales historian Joe Blair is looking to focus attention on a caretaker’s cottage near Greyhound Stadium that’s in need of repair.
Ice cream anybody?
In case you missed it, Pastor Curtis Shelburne writes about “a funeral and the depth of family love” in his latest column:
In case you missed it, Tucumcari High School has a new football coach.
The New Mexico Parks Department wants New Mexicans to
The movie “Swing Vote,” starring Kevin Costner, Dennis Hopper and Kelsey Grammer, is scheduled for release Aug. 1. Costner stars as Bud Johnson, a lovable loser from Texico, who is coasting through a life that has passed him by, according to the Internet Movie Database. No, the movie was not filmed in Texico. Filmmakers just […]
Now that Oklahoma City has a pro basketball team, what should they call it?
This just in: The Masters Parable Christian Store in Clovis has been named Parable Franchise of the Year by the Christian bookstore.
Web logger Alvin Petty asks the question:
Argus Hamilton is poking fun at Oklahoma City, casinos and — as usual — politicians in today’s column.
Still haven’t had enough Independence Day celebration?
Liliana Castillo has come upon a “great Clovis moment.”
A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked about four-day work weeks for government employees in eastern New Mexico.