Two public meetings are planned this month to discuss upcoming road improvement projects in the City of Rio Rancho.
The Sandoval County Treasurer will have extended office hours starting Monday, April 7, 2014 to make it more convenient for citizens who need to come into the office to pay taxes.
Demitria Magdalena, a standout pitcher, is the daughter Peter Magdalena, senior coordinator of the Sandoval County Native American Voting Rights Program.
August 1, 2013 was a memorable day for Monica Madrid. That was the day NetEdge LLC—the company Madrid founded roughly nine years earlier—officially merged with Valcom Salt Lake City.
Sandoval County and the Town of Bernalillo have launched a joint effort to create a plan for the long-term future of the portion of the Bosque that runs through Bernalillo.
New Mexico’s Medicaid program has been revamped. It even has a new name: Centennial Care.
Though she was born and raised in North Dakota, Martha Liebert knows more Sandoval County history than most people who have spent their entire lives here.
If you like animals, food and fun, you’ll want to be in the Village of Cuba this weekend for the 37th annual Sandoval County Fair.
The Sandoval County Health Council is seeking new members. The health council is a board of community volunteers who meet throughout the year with a goal of identifying gaps in health care services throughout Sandoval Council.
The Sandoval County Commission has approved the renaming of the county’s newest fire station in honor of former Fire Chief Jon Tibbetts.
Ten local high school students got a financial boost on their way to higher education thanks to a scholarship program initiated through a partnership between Sandoval County and Comcast Corporation.
The Sandoval County Commission has banned the sale and use of fireworks in unincorporated areas of the county.
Some merchants in Jemez Springs are concerned that the fire season will extinguish their businesses even if no actual blazes erupt. The primary message these business owners want to deliver is that even if camping or camp fires are banned, there are still many things to in and around Jemez Springs.
The Sandoval County Commission has voiced its support for a program that diverts first-time juvenile offenders from the criminal justice system by having them serve sentences meted out by a jury of their peers.
The Sandoval County Commission has proclaimed May Older Americans Month. By making this declaration, the commission is participating in a nationwide tradition dating to 1963.
When people stream into the Fiesta Cultural Hispania in Rio Rancho’s Haynes Park on Saturday May 4, 2013, they will be fulfilling the vision of Saith "Si" Budagher.
The Sandoval County Fire Department has stopped issuing burn permits for the unincorporated areas of Sandoval County. As a result, all open flame sources such as campfires and agricultural burns will be banned until further notice.
The Sandoval County Treasurer will have extended office hours starting Monday April 8, 2013 to make it more convenient for citizens who need to come into the office to pay taxes.
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has signed two bills that will help New Mexico property owners, and Sandoval County elected officials played a large role in getting the measures passed.
The County Board of Commissioners has proclaimed April as Alcohol Awareness Month in Sandoval County.
Groundbreaking for the long-awaited project to reconstruct Torreon Road in Northwestern Sandoval County is set for this Friday April 5, 2013.
The Sandoval County Board of County Commissioners announce that applications for the 2013 Summer Youth Employment program (SYEP) will be available March 25 through April 5.
Sandoval County Treasurer Laura M. Montoya says the state legislature has acted to close a property tax loophole that was benefitting large out-of-state developers at the expense of average New Mexico property owners.
Dianne Maes has been a dedicated public servant for 23 years, and now she has a certificate to prove it.
We all know the potential dangers of severe weather, but we seldom think about it until after a storm has hit.
Small children will spend two days mingling with farm animals at Rio Rancho’s Santa Ana Star Center on March 4th and 5th.
One has a passion for stopping illegal dumping of trash; the other wants to make sure all her fellow citizens always have enough to eat.
The Valles Caldera Nature Preserve is one of the most recognizable sites in Sandoval County. Its pristine 98,000 acres holds a working cattle ranch in addition to serving a year-round escape for activities ranging from hunting and fishing to hiking, mountain biking and cross-country skiing.
Sandoval County’s El Zócalo complex has been declared one of the metro area’s “hippest historic places to tie the knot” by Albuquerque the Magazine.
Tuesday, February 5 is voting day in four school districts across Sandoval County. In addition to electing new school board members, voters in three districts are being asked to approve general obligation bonds and/or mill levies for capital improvement projects.
Darryl Madalena has been elected to another term as chairman of the Sandoval County Commission.
The Sandoval County Commission opened its first meeting of 2013 by installing a new fire chief and commending three Sherriff’s deputies for explemary performance over the previous year.
The meeting took place on Thursday, January 10, 2013.
James H. Maxon will be installed as Sandoval County Fire Chief on Thursday, January 10, 2013 during the regular meeting of the Sandoval County Commission.
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