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With the school year only a few days from starting, Rio Rancho High School Principal Sherri Carver thought a motivational speaker just might be the way to kick the year off right.
Recently, it has come to my attention that with the Albuquerque Journal’s acquisition of the Rio Rancho Observer, the staff at the Observer has been cut down to only three people.
Rio Rancho Public Schools is proposing to authorize specially trained security officers formerly certified in law enforcement to carry guns on school campuses.
After 1981, the phrase “I want my MTV” became an anthem heralded by teenagers who wanted nothing more than to rock. I shudder at the thought of it, but yes, this once hip, cool, radical channel turns 37 Thursday.
Despite a $600 million surplus and an unemployment rate that has dropped to an almost-respectable 5.1 percent, New Mexico’s economy is in dire shape.
Fake News:Journalism Goes to Hollywood is the theme for a film discussion series at the historic KiMo Theatre in downtown Albuquerque.
Sandoval County District 1 Commissioner James Holden-Rhodes was appointed to his seat last year following incumbent James Dominguez’s mid-term resignation.
The image of a dirty toilet surrounded by ill-scratched graffiti is on display in the background of a meeting room at Esther Bone Memorial Library on Tuesday.
I had three visions of summer this past spring semester: first, it was an adventurous escape from dorm room confinement; second, it was climbing the first rung on the ladder to being a boss-lady; third, it was reconstructing my bank account after all the fast food I consumed to avoid the caf…
Recently, Sandoval Economic Alliance was able to bring Mark Sweeney to the community, thanks to financial support from Don Chalmers Ford, Klinger Constructors, Presbyterian Rust Medical Center, Mike Skolnick and J.R. Allison.
In the midst of a county election cycle, the Observer would like to set the record straight on one item concerning a candidate’s sign hanging on the north wall of the building we inhabit.