Two Rio Rancho students and two Bernalillo students have received congressional nominations for service academies.
Editor’s note: The following information was taken from Rio Rancho Police reports. Names are withheld because one person charged was a minor and the adult’s records aren’t available on the New Mexico courts website. Because we don’t have those records, we don’t yet know if formal charges wer… Read more
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Some Rio Rancho residents have expressed concerns about dogs at the city animal shelter being wet after recent snow and about animals not appearing on the shelter Facebook page, but officials say the animals are being properly cared for and short staffing has hindered social media postings. Read more
Erynn Rider had a whirlwind of a year in 2018 — from the shining moment of being titled Southwest Military Youth of the Year to that moment her speech went from inspiring to blah. 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.
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
The 11th annual Albuquerque Metro Championships have had the boys’ and girls’ brackets seeded for the tournaments, held in various APS high school gyms Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, with the finals at Volcano Vista High School on Saturday. Read more
Not many basketball teams can miss 20 free throws and still win a game. Read more
*Observer polls are not scientific.*