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Milestones

  • Jack LaLanne dies at 96; brought fitness to masses

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jack LaLanne was prodding Americans to get off their couches and into the gym decades before it was cool. And he was still pumping iron and pushing fruits and vegetables decades past most Americans' retirement age.

    The fitness fanatic ate well and exercised — and made it his mission to make sure everyone did the same — right up to the end at age 96, friends and family said.

  • Births 01-23-11

    The following births were reported at Los Alamos Medical Center:

    Dec. 14: A boy, Julian Joseph, born to Rosanne and Julian Joseph     
    Dec. 19: A boy, Tollan James Edward Anteau, born to Brittany Graham and Ryan Anteau
    Dec. 24: A girl, Ella Nicole Pearce, born to Margo and Kyle Pearce
    Dec. 24: A girl, Greeshma Shivani Shivakumar, born to Geetha Beetadahalli Ningappa and Shivakumara Siddaramappa
    Dec. 28: A girl, Brooke Neve Welch, born to Antonette Rodriguez and Jon-Michael Welch

  • People in the News 01-23-11

    Julia A. Kautz of Los Alamos made the scholastic honor roll for the fall term at Oregon State University. Kautz is a junior and pre-civil engineering major. To be on the honor roll, students must carry at least 12 graded hours of course work.

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    Ten students from the Los Alamos area are among the 625 students on the 2010 fall semester dean’s honor roll at Eastern New Mexico University.

  • Engagement: Reeves-Prudhomme

  • Engagement: Saiz-Simmonds

    Salvador and Pauline Saiz are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Krystal Marie Saiz, to Isaac David Simmonds, son of Stanley and Ingrid Simmonds of White Rock.

  • 'Band of Brothers' inspiration Winters dies at 92

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Even as Parkinson's disease began taking its toll on Dick Winters, who led his "Band of Brothers" through some of World War II's fiercest European battles, the unassuming hero refused, as always, to let his men down.

    Friends accompanied him to public events, subtly clearing a path through the adoring crowds for the living legend, whose Easy Company's achievements were documented by a 1992 book and HBO miniseries. His gait had grown unsteady, and he did not want to be seen stumbling.

  • People in the News 12-26-10

    Navy Seaman Recruit Arturs Matulis, son of Anastasija and Christopher W. French of Los Alamos, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
    During the eight-week program, Matulis completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, fire fighting, water safety and survival and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness.

  • Births 12-26-10

    The following births were reported at Los Alamos Medical Center:

    Nov. 5: A boy, Andrew Jacob Trujillo, born to Reina and Charlie Trujillo
    Nov. 8: A girl, Callie Fe Tang, born to Hong Ye and Ming Tang
    Nov. 9: A boy, Daniel Joseph Ortiz, born to DeeAnne and Joe Ortiz
    Nov. 12: A boy- Hayden James Zollinger, born to Bonnie and Mark Zollinger
    Nov. 12: A boy, Ashtin Alfredo Romero, born to Mindy Little Yellow Bird and Lee M. Romero
    Nov. 12: A girl, Brooke Arriana Trujillo, born to Anna and David Trujillo

  • Wedding: Krome-Gerstl

    Stephan Gerstl and Katharina (Kati) Krome are pleased to announce their wedding, which took place in Biberach, Germany, on Oct. 2, 2010, due to both extended families’ German residences. The groom’s parents are Andrea and Siegfried Gerstl of Los Alamos and the bride is the daughter of Inge and Christian Krome of Stadthagen, Germany.

  • Anthony Ortiz

    Anthony Ortiz of Los Alamos was ordained a minister at New Life Family Fellowship in Santa Fe on Sunday Dec. 5, 2010. Anthony is the son of Robert and Josie Ortiz; he graduated from Los Alamos High School in 1986. Anthony attended RHEMA Bible Training Center in Broken Arrow Okla. and graduated from there in 2005.  Anthony’s ministry work has taken him to Africa, Columbia and the Philippines.