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The third largest city in New Mexico Rio Rancho it falls into the Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area. Originally part of a Spanish land grant the land was later sold to private land investment companies. The city has taken steps in recent years to become less attached to Albuquerque even establishing its own school districts. Intel is Rio Ranchos largest employer. In 2005 Rio Rancho became the first city in the United States to offer VoWiFi to all its residents.
Local Newspapers: The Rio Rancho Observer
Local Sports Teams: New Mexico Scorpions (minor league hockey) New Mexico Thunderbirds (NBA development league)
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Towns/Cities near rio rancho, new mexico : Bernalillo Corrales Santa Ana Pueblo North Valley Albuquerque
Hobbs considers pay raise for its police officers
HOBBS, N.M. The Hobbs Police Department is the latest law enforcement agency in New Mexico to consider giving officers raises. According to the Hobbs News-Sun, officials are trying to keep officers from leaving for higher-paying jobs.1st NM Bank hosts rodeo royalty during customer appreciation day 061418
The bank hosted royalty in the morning and fed customers throughout the afternoon for their annual Customer Appreciation Day. On June 14, 2018.Rio Rancho facing potential mass exodus of police officers
RIO RANCHO, N.M. The Albuquerque Police Department is in the midst of shoring up a police force that's been understaffed for years while crime in the city rises. Meanwhile, just north of the Duke City, members of Rio Rancho's police union say they want to avoid being mired in the same problem as some officers ponder leaving.Survey suggests state funds won't allay educators' security concerns
Rep. Stephanie Garcia Richard, chairwoman of the Public School Capital Outlay Oversight Task Force, listens to Julia Mazal, a junior at United World College in Montezuma, and Lia Fukuda, a recent graduate of Monte del Sol Charter School, address the committee about school safety Wednesday at the state Capitol. Luis SA nchez Saturno/The New Mexican From right, Julia Mazal, a junior at United World College in Montezuma, listens Wednesday as Lia Fukuda, a recent graduate of Monte del Sol Charter School speaks before the Public School Capital Outlay Oversight Task Force about school safety.Mayor names Mike Geier as permanent APD Chief
Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller has just announced his selection of a permanent police chief, it's none other than interim Chief Mike Geier. A five-member search committee poured over dozens of applications from across the country before announcing Geier as the top candidate.Albuquerque mayor names his pick for police chief
The man who has been Albuquerque's interim police chief since a new mayor took office last year has been picked to oversee the department moving forward, officials said Wednesday. Mayor Tim Keller announced Michael Geier's appointment as police chief for New Mexico's largest city in a statement that touted the veteran officer's two-decade career with the Albuquerque Police Department, and recent stint as police chief of Rio Rancho, an Albuquerque suburb.Residents left with dry lawns after HOA designates funds elsewhere
Residents in one Rio Rancho neighborhood are not happy with the way their yards look, and they blame the homeowners association. Residents say their front yards went from polished to dried up in just a few months, all because the homeowners' association stopped watering, and residents are not satisfied with their explanation.ABQ's interim police chief talks life, department goals
Interim Police Chief Michael Geier is in the running for the job. He has more than four decades of police work under his belt, most recently as the Chief in Rio Rancho.Youth Summer Food Service Program Begins May 29
The program, which provides low-income, school-aged children have food during summer break, kicks off Tuesday, May 29 at various locations. From May 29 through August 10, meals will be provided to children ages one to 18 at the following locations in Rio Rancho: These meals will be provided Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on a first come, first served basis and will include mil, fruit juice, a meat product, grains and a fruit or vegetable serving.New Mexico Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Urges a Public Utility or...
Our top priority is to see to it that a public utility or any type of energy worker who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma in New Mexico receives the very best possible financial compensation" NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, May 29, 2018 / EINPresswire.com / -- The New Mexico Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "Our top priority is to see to it that a public utility, water works, an electrical utility, power plant, or any type of energy worker who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma in New Mexico receives the very best possible financial compensation.Intruder gives bizarre excuse after attempting to break into retired police officer's home
A burglar in Rio Rancho chose the wrong home to try to break into. It was a former police officer's house loaded with security cameras.Rio Rancho neighborhood fed up with smelly golf course pond
People in one Rio Rancho neighborhood say the pond behind their homes has turned into more of a swamp over the last week. Michael Pattin has lived in the Enclave Neighborhood for the last six years, and like Pattin, many neighbors swarmed the area for the view.Southern Boulevard potholes have drivers upset
Drivers along a busy stretch of road in Rio Rancho say it's dangerous, destructive, and has now become costly. Unfortunately, a permanent fix is a long way down the road.Other departments take note as APD raises attract recruits
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. The City of Albuquerque hopes new raises and retention pay will convince officers to stay on the force, and recruits to sign up. But what's good news for Albuquerque has other cities asking whether they need to boost pay.Boys & Girls Clubs offer free meals for kids
Officials with the Road Runner Food Bank say more than 30 percent of children experience hunger in New Mexico, and for many the meals they get at school is the only food they will get that day. Even mild undernutrition as they grow "impacts behavior, academic performance and cognitive development" of children, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.Suspects connected to mail carrier's murder to stay behind bars
Gandert's burnt body was found on the mesa just west of Rio Rancho last January, days after evicting the pair. The defense argued neither suspect was a flight risk, but Judge Christina Jaramillo says the evidence was enough to keep them behind bars.Man convicted of killing Rio Rancho officer sentenced to another 21 years
The man already serving a life sentence for killing a Rio Rancho police officer just got another 21 years for armed robbery.Storm brings rain, hail to ABQ Metro; AFD executes swift water rescues
The storm impacted Albuquerque, southwestern Rio Rancho, Corrales, Los Ranchos De Albuquerque, Tijeras, Cabezon, Isleta Pueblo, Paradise Hills, and both the South Valley and North Valley. The rain led to swift water rescue operations by the Albuquerque Fire Department along I-40 between Lomas and Eubank.May 21st Morning Rush: Unknown odor forces emergency landing at the Sunport
Officials say an unknown odor is to blame. Passengers of flight 1839 say they were about an hour and 20 minutes into their flight when the pilot made the announcement.Caught on camera: Teens steal gun from Rio Rancho truck
With the latest school shooting in Texas fresh on the minds of many, a Rio Rancho couple is worried after young thieves stole a gun from them. Amy and Jared Lawson said thieves didn't seem to notice the security cameras while breaking into the truck parked in their driveway on Tuesday in a neighborhood near Unser and Northern.
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