N.M. pandemic restrictions gone July 1

N.M. pandemic restrictions gone July 1

Gov. sets ‘Opening Day’ in two weeks, allowing for recent shots to take full effect; aggressive vaccination push will continue SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Friday confirmed New Mexico will retire its color-coded, county-by-county system and all COVID-19...

City of Rio Rancho Receives Budget Award for 15th Consecutive Year

RIO RANCHO, N.M. – The City of Rio Rancho’s Financial Services Department has been recognized for the 15th consecutive year by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its budget document.   The Distinguished...

UNM Anderson Announces MBA for Professionals Slated for Fall 2021

Albuquerque, N.M. — The University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management has announced it will launch an MBA for Professionals program for early career professionals to begin in Fall 2021. This program will include tracks for professionals in health care,...
Sandoval County extends economic development funds for Intel expansion

Sandoval County extends economic development funds for Intel expansion

Sandoval County extends economic development funds for Intel expansion   Intel has made the announcement today that they will be investing  $3.5 billion into their facility.  This investment will increase employment by 40% and it reaffirms Intel’s commitment to New...

Applications Sought for Rio Rancho Board/Committee Vacancies

RIO RANCHO N.M. — The City of Rio Rancho is seeking applications from residents interested in serving as a volunteer on City of Rio Rancho boards or committees. Those interested must submit an application form and résumé online to the Office of the City...