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Quit Trying to Skirt Rule - Rio Grande Sun
It’s human nature that drives us to find a way around an obstacle, when we want the prize badly enough. In the city of Española’s case, it’s state money. We have over $1 million in funds the state has allocated and the city can’t have. Gov.
State lakes stocked with triploid rainbow trout - Rio Grande Sun
I like to fish. When I run into people at sporting events or just shopping at Wal-Mart, one of the questions I’m often asked is “Where is the fishing good?” Lately, I haven’t had much time to go fishing, so I’ve been relying on the state Game and ...
More state-qualifying times for Pojoaque - Rio Grande Sun
The Pojoaque Valley High School track and field teams succeeded in running state-qualifying times in the 1600-meter relay April 17 at the Meadow City Invitational at Robertson High School in Las Vegas, N.M. They focused on state-qualifying times in the ...
Lady Bobcats undefeated - Rio Grande Sun
The McCurdy Charter School softball team is still undbeaten against Class A-AA teams after sweeping a doubleheader from the visiting Estancia Lady Bears 10-2, 10-3 April 17 at McCurdy. The Lady Bobcats started the season just 1-8 after playing a schedule ...
Some residents to get trash punch-cards - Rio Grande Sun
Getting rid of trash and other debris just got a little cheaper for some Rio Arriba County residents. The North Central Solid Waste Authority Board of Directors passed a resolution at its April 16 regular Board meeting, that reinstates permit card services ...
Police recover stolen guns - Rio Grande Sun
Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s deputies recovered 16 rifles, pistols and shotguns March 26 from a home on the Jicarilla Apache reservation, stolen from a homeowner and the Dulce Auto Parts store in Dulce. The 17-year-old boy, who told deputies he committed ...
Staff votes no confidence in Northern - Rio Grande Sun
It’s official. The faculty at Northern New Mexico College followed the Student Senate’s lead, voting no confidence in the school’s top officials. The vote came April 16 and follows Northern’s Effective Resources Utilization Committee announcement ...
One drops out of assessor's race - Rio Grande Sun
After assessing her financial and family situation, Democratic Primary candidate Lisa Martinez dropped out of the Rio Arriba County Assessor’s race March 27. The Tierra Amarilla resident, 42, said she quit the race because she realized running a ...
Home burns for second time in 16 years - Rio Grande Sun
A fire, its cause and origins not yet known, burned the living room of a house on Calle Armada April 17, along with a yard, two sheds and the side of a neighboring house. The fire was reported at 12:03 p.m. Three minutes later, fire engines arrived on scene.
Time has run out for those who oppose poplars - Rio Grande Sun
A group of petitioners, led by a Cuarteles farmer, is trying to block a lease that would allow a company to grow genetically modified poplar trees at the Prince and Carter Ranch in Española. But according to City Attorney Frank Coppler, it’s too little ...