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Public Schools Not - Rio Grande Sun
Public school used to be free and available to all, hence the label public school. Through poor management, inept administrators and uneducated and unskilled school board members, public schools now operate with the aid of many additional grants, mill ...
Elks must avoid slow start - Rio Grande Sun
After two weeks of hitting their teammates during practice, the Escalante Lobos and Pojoaque Valley Elks joined the Taos Tigers, Raton Tigers and Questa Wildcats in a preseason scrimmage Aug. 21 at Taos. It was an opportunity for coaches to see what they ...
Jamboree offers volleyball teams glimpse of future - Rio Grande Sun
The Coronado High School Lady Leopards, McCurdy Charter School Lady Bobcats and Española Valley High School Lady Sundevils competed at an Aug. 23 volleyball jamboree hosted by Española. The Leopards appear to have finally found a coach. The Bobcats saw a ...
Help Wanted: City Manager - Rio Grande Sun
At some point some city councilors who have our mayor’s ear need to pull her aside and explain Wonderland really needs a King of Hearts. Simply because she’s been elected to the position, doesn’t mean Mayor Alice Lucero is capable of hiring a city ...
Sundevils ready after cross country tune-up - Rio Grande Sun
The Española Valley High School boys and girls cross country teams will open their season hosting the Sundevil Invitational Saturday at Española Valley. In a preseason tuneup, the Sundevils competed at a scrimmage Aug. 23 at Pojoaque Valley High School.
Sheriff's Office will provide school resource officer - Rio Grande Sun
After two regularly scheduled Board meetings and a special work session, the Española School Board finally chose the primary law enforcement agency to provide protection for the District’s schools. During the Aug. 6 Board meeting, members voted 4-1 in ...
Northern officials pass resolutions despite concerns - Rio Grande Sun
Despite concerns from a prominent first amendment rights group and one community member, Northern New Mexico College Board members passed two resolutions at its July 28 Board of Regents meeting. Nearly all Regent members voted to approve resolutions 2220 ...
New Riverside businesses concern residents - Rio Grande Sun
A proposed local shopping center takes another step toward fruition, after Planning and Zoning commissioners approved a site plan for the commercial property. Following hours of discussion at a Commission meeting Aug. 14, commissioners voted 4-0 in favor ...
Easement cost to be passed on - Rio Grande Sun
It looks like El Rancho residents will have to absorb the multi-million dollar right-of-way fees Jemez Electrical Cooperative paid San Ildefonso Pueblo officials to access tribal lands. The New Mexico Public Regulations Commission voted 3-1 to uphold a ...
Chama Village Councilman's bond in question - Rio Grande Sun
Not only did Chama Village Councilman Milnor Manzanares spend an unusually short time in jail, it appears it cost Manzanares much less than most accused aggravated drunk driving suspects to get out of jail. Jail officials confirmed Manzanares walked out of ...