Almost seven thousand Rio Ranchoans voted over the last few weeks for a mayor, judge and city councilors, but two of the races now need a runoff and voters will have to return to the polls in the coming weeks.
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- Councilors to set runoff
A couple of the races in Sandoval County will amount to a rematch of elections held in the recent past…. more »
Rio Rancho’s new police chief has put on the uniform and sworn to serve the city.
Valley squanders home game, again; Hobbs routs Rams
Brandon Larson singled in his first at-bat of the season Tuesday afternoon, when he also earned his first victory of the season as a pitcher.
Congratulations to the winners in Rio Rancho’s election, and a “hang in there” for the candidates who have to keep on campaigning until a run-off election.
Congratulations to Robert Cook, who will return for a second term as municipal judge and to councilors-elect Dawnn Robinson in District 2 and Cheryl Everett in District 3, although Everett’s opponent, incumbent Tamara Gutierrez has asked for a recount.
Law enforcement officers have arrested at least five people in Sandoval County today after executing search warrants this morning in… more »