HB123, Introduced by Senator Harold Pope (D-Bernalillo) and Representative Kathleen Cates, would make public libraries ineligible to receive state funding if they ban material based on political or religious ideology or other arbitrary factors. Read the story and watch the video here.
Cleveland High School teacher Ashali Knoell won the prestigious National Milken Educators Award. The Cabinet Secretary of Education, RRPS Superintendent, past recipients, the entire school (including the awesome marching band) as well as the RR Mayor, 3 Legislators (Kathleen was one), and the Sandoval County Commissioner were there to congratulate the recipient. Ashali Knoell won…
One of my favorite restaurants here in Rio Rancho, Lily and Liam’s has amazing food and a beautiful space. Check it out!
Representatives Elizabeth “Liz” Thomson, Eleanor Chavez, and Kathleen Cates in the Sandoval Signpost: In the last Legislative Health and Human Services Committee, members were presented with the shocking reality that New Mexico is home to the largest percentage of private equity owned hospitals in the nation. As legislators, we are committed to demanding transparency and…
Today I am at Rio Rancho’s Coffee with a Cop in District 44. Watch to find out more about this neighborhood policing initiative and how police, fire and first responders in Rio Rancho are engaging their community.
Kathleen here with another Kool Spot in district 44. This is Kickstand Cafe. You can get your bicycle worked on, buy a new bike, get some coffee, or just enjoy the ambiance! Check it out!