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Rio Rancho shopping center embarks on $5.6 million in new retail
Pegasus Retail founder and president Anthony Johnson said construction plans will soon be out for bid for work at Rio Rancho's Plaza @ Enchanted Hills shopping center. Rio Rancho's Plaza @ Enchanted Hills shopping center will soon see almost $5.6 million in construction to prepare for three big retail tenants.
Tue Sep 16, 2014
Officials: Rio Rancho to resemble Scottsdale
Rio Rancho wants to make some big changes. It has a long-term plan to offer things Albuquerque can't and it wants to use Scottsdale, Arizona as its leading example.
KOB-TV New Mexico
Walmart hiring for new 'Neighborhood Market' in Rio Rancho
Walmart is looking to hire up to 95 employees for the new Walmart Neighborhood Market slated to open this fall in Rio Rancho. Applications will be accepted Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the temporary hiring center, located at 1424 Deborah Road SE., Suite 102.
Mon Sep 15, 2014
County adds more voting machines to avoid past problems
It was a headache one New Mexico county is trying to put in the past. Lines of people wrapped around buildings, waiting hours in Sandoval County to vote in the 2012 election.
Las Cruces Sun-News
Mesquite bridge project on I-10 now faces November completion date
For the Sun-News El Terreo Construction employees continue work Monday on the 9.1 million bridge project at the Mesquite exit on Interstate 10. LAS CRUCES >> Weather and unexpected construction problems have pushed back by a couple months the estimated completion date for an Interstate 10 project in southern Dona Ana County. Trying to make the interchanges at Mesquite and Vado safer, the New Mexico Department of Transportation in April started a $9.1 million project and hoped it would finish in September.
Rio Rancho stakeholders gathering to discuss development plans
Projects that are completed or are in the works will be the subject of a NAIOP-NM event later this month. Some of the city's heavy-hitters, including Rio Rancho mayor Gregg Hull, will be on hand to discuss programs and projects.
Police: Man arrested in deadly hit and run
POLICE WERE ABLE TO TRACK DOWN THE SUSPECT, CONNECTED TO A DEADLY HIT AND RUN. THEY SAY CORY LUCERO WAS LIKELY UNDER THE INFLUENCE WHEN HE HIT A BICYCLIST LAST NIGHT.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
Man arrested in fatal hit-and-run accident
Albuquerque police made an arrest in Saturday night's fatal hit-and-run bicycle accident. Cory D. Lucero, 21, was charged with vehicular homicide with great bodily harm while under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failing to stop at the scene of an accident.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
KOB-TV New Mexico
Cyclist hit, killed by vehicle near NM 528 and Coors Bypass
Police say the bicyclist and the driver were both traveling southbound on Coors Bypass in the far left lane. The driver allegedly hit the bicyclist before fleeing the scene.
KOB-TV New Mexico
Federal judge: Sandoval Co. voting procedures must be better this year
A lawsuit asked for a series of changes to the way elections are run in the county, including having no fewer than 15 voting convenience centers in Rio Rancho, and more ballot printers. Former Sandoval County Clerk Sally Padilla defended her job at the time, but her replacement, Eileen Garbagni, said things will be different this time around.
Sandoval County Voting
VOTERS IN RIO RANCHO CAN EXPECT MORE POLL LOCATIONS IN NOVEMBER. TODAY, A FEDERAL JUDGE ORDERED SANDOVAL COUNTY TO PUT MORE RESOURCES INTO NEW MEXICO'S THIRD LARGEST CITY DURING ELECTION DAY.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Judge critical of county for 2012 election delays
A federal judge has ordered Sandoval County to provide adequate voting machines for the general election to prevent long delays for voters as happened two years ago. U.S. District Court Judge William Johnson on Friday directed county elections officials to follow a plan adopted by county commissioners for allocating voting machines.
Donut Mart looks to expand in Rio Rancho, Bernalillo
The family-owned business has expanded rapidly with five locations operating in Albuquerque from the Westside to the Northeast Heights. Its latest location opened earlier this year at 1916 Central Ave. NE, across from the University of New Mexico's main campus, right next to Dunkin' Donuts.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Dogs attack family: Mom describes horrifying day
TERRIFYING MOMENTS, WHEN TWO DOGS RIPPED HER TODDLER FROM HER ARMS WITH THEIR JAWS ... AND ALSO TURNED ON HER. IT DIDN'T END UNTIL OFFICERS SHOT AND KILLED THE ANIMALS.
HOA managers try to navigate Albuquerque's down market
In some ways it's a built-in business, but that doesn't mean the competition isn't tough. Especially in Albuquerque's still-recovering economy.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Rio Rancho family looks for crowdfunding financial support after vicious dog attack
Less than three weeks ago, a vicious and horrifying dog attack sent a Rio Rancho mother and her two young boys to the hospital. The big surprise was whose dogs attacked them both belonged to the family.
S&P Data LLC to hire hundreds for new call center in Rio Rancho
On Wednesday, Governor Susana Martinez announced that S&P Data LLC will bring 425 jobs over the next few years to a new Rio Rancho call center. "New Mexico continues to make important strides in becoming more competitive and improving our business climate," said Governor Martinez in a news release.
Dion's Pizza opens second Rio Rancho location, marks 20th overall
Its latest location opened in Rio Rancho Wednesday at 1502 Unser Boulevard, south of Southern Boulevard. Its latest location opened in Rio Rancho Wednesday at 1502 Unser Boulevard, south of Southern Boulevard.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
NM wastewater sustainability team earns esteemed Rocky Mountain WEA award
Sept. 9, 2014 -- The Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association has honored the New Mexico Region Sustainability Team of CH2M HILL, a global full-service consulting, design, construction, and operations firm, with its 2014 Sustainability Award, which was presented at the RMWEA and Rocky Mountain Section - American Water Works Association annual joint conference held at the Albuquerque Convention Center in Albuquerque, N.M., on Sunday, Sept. 7. The RMWEA Sustainability Award recognizes wastewater treatment utilities that embrace the principles of sustainability through things such as systems thinking, design practices, management practices, and infrastructure systems that not only sustain the utility but society as well.
Sat Sep 06, 2014
Football Friday: Part Two
The Del Norte High School band was named the Band of the Week this week. Also this week, Coach Mike Whalen and the Goddard Rockets went to Piedra Vista.