A Selection of Ryan’s Published Clips

A Selection of Ryan’s Published Clips

Landowner access denied: Ribera-area property owners no longer have access to property
| Aug. 5

Just off State Highway 3 near Ribera, south of the San Miguel del Vado Church, sits a dirt road gated with barbed wire. The adjoining barbed wire fencing is adorned with two signs typically found in rural areas. One reminds… READ MORE

Vegas gas stations offer return to simpler times
| Aug. 19

Drive down almost any street in Las Vegas and it’s easy to see remnants of the past. Stop for gas at either of the town’s two full-service gas stations and you can experience a small piece of that past…. READ MORE

Heinrich’s foe makes appearance in Vegas
| July

U.S. Senate candidate Mick Rich made a stop in Las Vegas on Thursday afternoon to address a small group of people at the San Miguel County GOP Headquarters on Bridge Street… READ MORE

At the Special Olympics’ Northern California Chapter, volunteers get gold in operations

The thrill of competition. It entertains us, it unites us, and since the 1960s, millions of Special Olympics athletes have been given the opportunity to engage in competition all over the globe. Getting thousands of athletes to hundreds of competitions throughout the year can be challenging, but these operational hurdles… READ MORE

Drones: What are the rules?
| Aug. 12

In only a few years, drones have become very popular with hobbyists. These small, pilotless aircraft have become more affordable, and the ease of operation makes them easy to fly… READ MORE

City Schools brings in new tech, tools
| Aug. 12

Students and teachers at Las Vegas City Schools campuses will encounter several new technology elements as they start a new school year… READ MORE

WLV Schools takes questions on proposed drug testing

During a special meeting of the Board of Education on Wednesday, West Las Vegas Schools discussed enacting policies that would require drug testing of staff members and students… READ MORE

Affeldt acquires historic establishment in Lamy
| Aug. 

Historic Plaza Hotel and Hotel Castañeda restoration entrepreneur Allan Affeldt has added a Lamy restaurant and bar to the growing list of properties he is renovating and restoring… READ MORE

The Triangle Factory Fire and labor’s legacy
| March

It was quitting time when someone noticed the fire in a scrap bin on Saturday, March 25th, 1911. Inside the Triangle Waist Company factory, eight stories above New York’s Greenwich Village, hundreds were preparing to leave work for the day, but unbeknownst to most people in the factory, the fire was growing… READ MORE

I’m always on the lookout for less obvious investment opportunities, niches that can be easily overlooked. Lately, I’ve seen several news stories about police departments equipping officers with body-worn video cameras. So, I wondered, is there money to be made by investing in the manufacturers… READ MORE

Mora man booked for January battery
| July

When New Mexico State Police arrived at the Mora home of Wilfred Vigil in January of this year, officers found broken glass on the porch and a woman with bruising to her face. They did not find Vigil…. READ MORE

Man charged in Mora County stabbing
| July

A Holman man was arrested following a recent stabbing that occurred in the 2100 block of State Road 518 in Cleveland. Jesus Maes, 21, was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, according to a criminal complaint filed in Mora Magistrate Court. On the evening of… READ MORE

3 smartphone component suppliers to consider

There are obvious ways to invest in the growing smartphone market, like buying shares of Apple or Nokia. The downside to a direct investment in these companies is that it also exposes you to the risks that come with new devices falling short of consumer expectations, such as the lukewarm reception of BlackBerry’s Z10 and Q10 models. While it isn’t possible to eliminate all the risks associated with this volatile… READ MORE




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