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7 non-residential projects get permits The City of Rio Rancho issued seven permits last month to area contractors for non-residential construction, totaling 45,445 square feet and valued at nearly $3.6 million, according to data on the cit
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Kids can bounce, celebrate birthdays at new Kids Quest Children can jump into fun at one of Rio Ranchos newest businesses.
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Woman sues city, saying stop violated free speech The city of Rio Rancho and its police department are facing a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of a woman who flashed her headlights at a Rio Rancho Police Department sergeant after dark in January, pr
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Group advises retention for district judges The New Mexico Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission on Friday released the results of its surveys of attorneys, court staff and resource staff, and recommended voters retain four judges in the 1
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Councilors to vote on raising pet adoption, surrender fees Rio Rancho Governing Body members are set to consider changing animal-related fees at their meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall.
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Apollo 17 took scientist to moon Launched shortly after midnight on Dec. 7, 1972, Apollo 17 hosted the first scientist-astronaut to land on moon: Harrison Schmitt. Apollo 17, the final lunar landing mission in NASAs Apollo program,
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Lawyer no stranger to multi-tasking Rio Ranchos city attorney completed law school while taking care of her three young children and holding down two part-time jobs, but now she can focus more on her work and coaching track.
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Astronaut who walked on moon to visit RR It isnt every day you can meet an astronaut one who walked on the moon, no less but community residents will have that opportunity Saturday.
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Commission approves area plan, tax rates The Sandoval County Commission approved everything on its agenda Thursday, including the Rio Rancho Estates Area Plan and the slightly lower property tax rates for the 2014 fiscal year.
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Poverty rises; women take the brunt Rio Rancho almost became a majority-minority city in 2012, but last year saw an influx of Caucasians, mostly retirement age, according to figures the U.S. Census Bureau released Thursday.
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