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Author Archives: Gary Herron / Rio Rancho Observer Staff Writer

CHS senior Madison Baggett, who’s considering a career in law, asks a question of one of the professionals during the Court of Appeals session at the school. (Observer—GARY HERRON photo)

Law in real life: Court visits CHS

Fifty-year-old Joseph Archuleta might not realize it — or even appreciate it — but a legal decision rendered in the Cleveland High School Concert Hall on Thursday could affect the rest of his life.

Storm shut out Hawks

Host Cleveland High celebrated Military Appreciation Night at Lightning Bolt Stadium Friday night, whitewashing Volcano Vista 38-0.

Rio Rancho’s Alexis Lovato (4) bumps the ball as teammates Ashley Cooke (5) and Kylee Rudolph (2) watch for a possible pass. (Photo courtesy of J.B.GALLEGOS)

Volleyball showdown, part IV: Storm at Rams Thursday nite

The Cleveland and Rio Rancho high school volleyball teams stayed on track for what will be their fourth meeting of the season this week by notching a pair of District 1-6A sweeps apiece.

Tristen Spooner, left, and Storm teammate Samantha Montoya didn’t let Cibola’s Raquel Perez or goalkeeper Haley Brown, on the ground, slow them down pursuing this ball in the first half; it sailed just past the empty Cougars’ goal. (Rio Rancho Observer—GARY HERRON photo)

Cibola beats Storm, leaving second place up to teams’ finales

ALBUQUERQUE — Deciding to err on the side of caution, Cleveland High girls soccer coach Greg Rusk kept his scoring leader, Audriana Chavez, on the bench for 20 minutes in the first half and all of the second half Tuesday in the Storm’s 1-0 loss to Cibola.

Lynette Schurdevin, director of library & information services for the City of Rio Rancho, shows how new equipment at Loma Colorado Main Library easily scans and sorts materials returned to the library. (Rio Rancho Observer—GARY HERRON photo)

RR librarian hopes for bond approval

Lynette Schurdevin, director of library and information services for the City of Rio Rancho, said she’s thoroughly enjoyed her first nine months on the job.

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