BERNALILLO — The Sandoval County Commission voted Thursday evening to submit a letter of support for a state tax funding a spay-neuter initiative.
African American students throughout Sandoval County are facing many challenges from poverty to lack of resources, according to research presented by the New Mexico Office of African American Affairs at a county commission meeting in December. Read more
Rio Rancho-area Republican legislators heard about the need for handicap-access improvements in the City of Vision and replacement of bridges in Sandoval County during their annual listening forum at the Rio Rancho Public Schools administration building Thursday night. Read more
The PARCC education assessment has met its demise. Read more
Nobody wants to see a basketball game end this way: with a player lying motionless on the hardwood, face up and being tended to by emergency medical technicians.
Beating a team twice in a seven-day stretch seemed doable for the Rio Rancho High School boys basketball team, but it wasn’t accomplished Thursday evening in a 62-55 loss to visiting La Cueva. Read more
Basketball’s proverbial second season, the district season, starts next week and although the city’s varsity teams compete in arguably the toughest 5A district there is, all four should be competitive as they battle to advance to the third season, the all-important postseason. Read more
For many sports fans, basketball season is a real pleasure to enjoy. And this winter, it’s been a pleasure for the city’s four varsity coaches, as all four teams are ranked among Class 5A’s top 10: Cleveland and Rio Rancho are ranked 2 and 7, respectively, in their poll, the Storm and Rams g… Read more
*Observer polls are not scientific.*