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Vehicles, such as this Off Highway Motor Vehicle, are not allowed on state roads and highways. Neither the city of Española, nor Rio Arriba County have adopted local ordinances/resolutions to allow such vehciles on city streets. Drving an ATV or Off Highway Motor Vehicle such as this driver …

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    There are few leaders who have the ability to transform vision into reality and Española Mayor Javier Sanchez is one of those rare individuals.

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    America is in dire need of competent politicians who are committed to serving the interests of the country not just their unquenchable thirst for power and greed.

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    When I moved to Española last year I wanted to find a way to meet people and be part of the community. When I joined the volunteer army of “kitchen angels” at St. Martin de Porres Soup Kitchen I discovered how many good people live here.

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    Rio Arriba County commissioners went to voters in 2019 and asked them to approve a $6 million bond issue for a recreation center. Voters overwhelmingly approved the bond, foolishly thinking that would buy them a rec center.

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    I live in Rio Rancho but grew up in Española. My maternal grandfather, J.W. Owens, owned a grocery store and then a department store managed by my father, Dave Rarick, in operation for over 40 years (located on the vacant property across from the Y). I am contacting you as someone who mi…

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    This letter is a response to Cherri Foytlin’s letter in last week’s Rio Grande SUN titled “New City Signs Deny Dignity.”

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