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Did you realize, Clementina "Clemy" Garza told a small gathering at a Rio Rancho McDonald's last Thursday, that each potential high school dropout turned into... [Read More]
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Junior quarterback Isaiah Chavez rushed for 191 yards and three touchdowns, and threw for 107 yards and two more touchdowns Friday night at Nusenda Community... [Read More]
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You could hear a pin drop as Samuel Sage, representative of the Navajo Counselor Chapter, laid out his harsh experience with current oil and gas... [Read More]
The No. 1 team in New Mexico high school football turned to the kid wearing No. 2 to stay undefeated. [Read More]
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Just when you thought it was safe to go into the RAC, Rio Rancho High School volleyball fans saw their favorite team win its first... [Read More]
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FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS will see both Rio Rancho football teams playing District 1-6A opponents at 7 p.m. [Read More]
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FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS this week feature the No. 1 Cleveland Storm at home Friday at 7 to face serious challenger Volcano Vista at 7. [Read More]
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Increasing reports of unlawful discharge of firearms in the mesa west of Rio Rancho mean more danger of accidental gunshot injuriess to passers-by in the... [Read More]
This bond would pay for better communication systems for first responders and senior centers, as well as more secure data storage. [Read More]
A beam of pride can be seen on Rio Rancho Mayor Gregg Hull's face as he shows a picture of a more-than-$1-million check to group... [Read More]
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Jeannie Springer Knight said it was "a special day" and there was big news at the Oct. 4 NAIOP meeting at Presbyterian Rust Medical Center. [Read More]
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As Sandoval County voters head to the polls this November, they will see a question on the ballot asking if they want to allow a... [Read More]
In order to better serve our community, the Rio Rancho Observer has always been open to constructive criticism. [Read More]
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