• By ANTONIO SANCHEZ
    Observer staff writer
  • Updated

BERNALILLO — On the eve of the Sprint customer service center in Rio Rancho shutting down, an economic development leader told Sandoval County commissioners the building could be filled by a new tenant “in the next few months.”

  • By ANTONIO SANCHEZ
    Observer staff writer
  • Updated

Impact fees and governing body cooperation were among the topics addressed by the hopefuls for three city council seats during a candidate forum at Premiere Cinemas on Thursday morning.

  • Updated

The Rio Rancho Observer and Albuquerque Journal will host a city council candidate forum Feb. 2 and moderators are seeking voter input on questions for the contenders.

  • Albuquerque Journal staff and Observer staff report
  • Updated

Rio Rancho voters rejected Central New Mexico Community College’s $84 million general obligation bond issue by an almost 3-1 margin, but that had little bearing on the outcome the outcome Tuesday.

  • By ELISE KAPLAN
    Albuquerque Journal staff writer

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A former deputy with the Sandoval County Sheriff’s Office has been charged with battery after he slapped a teenage boy handcuffed in the back of his patrol car last August, according to a criminal complaint filed in Sandoval County Magistrate Court.

  • By KIM BURGESS AND CHRIS QUINTANA
    Albuquerque Journal staff writers
  • Updated

Central New Mexico Community College's and Albuquerque Public Schools’ bonds and mill levy have passed with strong support from voters in spite of recent controversy over early voting sites, according to unofficial results Tuesday night.

  • By GARY HERRON
    Observer staff writer
  • Updated

Her work at the Blue Lily Atelier will include Chinese and western work, with demonstrations on certain days of both techniques and styles.

  • By KIM BURGESS
    Albuquerque Journal staff writer
  • Updated

The Rio Rancho Public Schools Board of Education held its first work session Monday to craft a district strategic plan, a process that will continue through the year.

  • Updated

House Bill 29, introduced in the Legislature, proposes to authorize local governments to impose midnight-to-5 a.m. curfews on minors under the age of 16, with certain exceptions, in response to recent violent incidents involving minors. Would you support such a curfew in the city of Rio Rancho?

  • By ANN POWERS
    Observer staff writer
  • Updated

Rio Rancho’s gross receipts tax (GRT) income to the general fund was below projections for December 2015 and January, but still exceeds year-to-date estimates, according to a report from Financial Services Director Dan Olsen.

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) _ These New Mexico lotteries were drawn Saturday: