Monthly Archives May 2018

‘The Fate of Dr. Eggman’ begins in Sonic the Hedgehog #5, check out a preview here

The new story arc ‘The Fate of Dr. Eggman’ gets underwayt his Wednesday in Sonic the Hedgehog #5, and you can take a look at a preview of the issue here courtesy of IDW Publishing…

“The Fate of Dr. Eggman,” Part 1. After his last battle with Sonic, Dr. Eggman’s gone quiet. His Badnik forces are still causing trouble, but without the bad doctor’s usual fanfare. What’s Eggman been doing all this time? And what will happen to Sonic when he finds out?

Sonic the Hedgehog #5 is out on Wednesday, May 30th, priced $3.99.

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Homeowners, Hikers Beware as Hibernation Ends for Hungry Bears

New Mexico’s Game and Fish Department warns residents that "a fed bear is a dead bear." (newscenter.nmsu.edu)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – New Mexico residents have a greater chance of encountering bears this spring because of dry conditions across the state.

Ross Morgan, a public information officer with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, says a 225- pound black bear was recently spotted in Rio Rancho and had to be tranquilized before it was released back into the wild.

He says hikers headed out to enjoy warmer weather should stay alert.

"If you’re out hiking, you want to hike in groups, pay attention to what’s going on,” he stresses...

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RIO RANCHO (KRQE) – Rio Rancho and Albuquerque are both ranked on a new list that highlights their family dummy post

RIO RANCHO (KRQE) – Rio Rancho and Albuquerque are both ranked on a new list that highlights their family-friendliness.

While Rio Rancho got high marks, New Mexico’s largest city fell near the bottom. Rio Rancho is one of the fastest growing cities in New Mexico.

“It’s just a really nice place to live,” said Brandon Eli, Rio Rancho resident.

Now, it has another title, as the 37th best city in the country for young families according to Apartment List’s website.

It’s an accolade the city’s been working on.

“We try to attract companies that are compatible with that age dynamic,” said Mayor Greggory Hull.

Mayor Hull says the city’s been trying to attract opportunities for young workers in industries like technology and health care, which seems to be paying off. dummy post

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Forgotten New Mexico development is a haven for dumping

RIO RANCHO, N.M. — It was supposed to be a planned development aimed at giving residents a taste of the desert of the American West, in all its peace and natural beauty.

Instead, an isolated, unincorporated area northwest of Albuquerque has become a harbor for illegal shooting ranges and the disposal of stolen cars, old appliances and even bodies.

The land known as Rio Rancho Estates, once envisioned as place for upscale homes, is a popular spot for illegal dumping, the Albuquerque Journal reports . That’s because of easy access provided by about 660 miles (1,060 kilometers) of well-maintained dirt roads, Sandoval County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Keith Elder said.

He says almost 40 percent of all stolen cars that were recovered throughout the county last year were found within 21 square miles (...

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