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Today's Features

  • Manhattan Project veteran and Physics Professor Emeritus at UC Boulder, Albert Bartlett, will be the guest speaker for the Los Alamos Historical Society’s first lecture of the 2010 season.  
    The talk will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Fuller Lodge as part of the monthly lecture series sponsored by the Los Alamos National Bank and members of the Los Alamos Historical Society.
    Operation Crossroads was the first postwar series of tests of atomic bombs.  In Washington, D.C., there was great interest in testing the new weapons.

  • Join the Los Alamos Mountaineers (LAM) at their regular monthly meeting to hear professional kayaker and journalist Kyle Dickman describe his adventures as part of the “Rivers in Demand” project. This project has taken him from the Congo River in Central Africa to the Rio Roosevelt in Brazil.
    The “Rivers in Demand” project, now it its third year, is designed to use whitewater kayaking and media to raise awareness to threats to biodiversity hotspots.

  • It’s an annual rite of passage for those who suffer from seasonal allergies: blocked sinuses, loss of sense of smell, recurring headaches and a feeling of “pressure” on the face.
    Yes, it’s sinus season. Sinusitis affects approximately 37 million people in the U.S. each year, but we’ve got a state-of-the-art method for treating this common ailment.
    What is sinusitis?

  • Library seeks donations

    Los Alamos Middle School’s library plays a critical role in increasing literacy among students, assisting teachers with their curriculum and contributing to your child’s lifelong joy of reading.
    There simply is not enough money in the budget to fill the library with the books students and teachers need for reading and research.

  • Peter and Jodi Pazuchanics are proud to announce the engagement of their youngest daughter, Fawn Pazuchanics, to Scott Hanson, son of Steve and Barb Hanson.
    The bride-to-be is a 2002 graduate of Los Alamos High School and received her bachelor’s of science degree in anthropology and bachelor’s of arts degree in English from the University of New Mexico in 2006.
    The groom-to-be is a 2008 graduate of the University of New Mexico with a business administration degree in management information systems.

  • Perry and Concha Collier
    Perry and Concha Collier of White Rock celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on July 23rd, 2010.
    The Couple met at Los Alamos where they were both employed by the Los Alamos National Laboratory until they both retired.
    They were married at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Pojoaque New Mexico, where Concha was born and raised.    Perry Sr. was raised in East Texas. He came to NM in 1959 to work at the lab.  They have one son, Perry Jr. who lives in Escondido, CA
     

  • “It seems to me that a lot of Christians I know are overweight.  What does the Bible say about this?”— David

    Your observation undoubtedly has some truth in it. Nonetheless, be very careful with any tendency to be judgmental. The reasons and root causes of obesity are complex — we will do well to leave identification and treatment of these causes as well as the choices one faces in this situation to the person who must deal with them each day of his life.  

  • WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Allen Dale June, one of the 29 original Navajo Code Talkers who confounded the Japanese during World War II by transmitting messages in their native language, has died. He was 91.

    June died of natural causes Wednesday night at a veterans hospital in Prescott, his wife, Virginia, told The Associated Press on Thursday.

  • It’s September, which means that local artists once again will share their prolific gifts with local art lovers, offering two days of color, beauty, inspiration, humor and an intimate glimpse into their creative environments.
    Migrate through the Pojoaque River Valley north of Santa Fe and view the varied habitats of the artists — native, introduced, fledglings, endangered, old, wise and rare birds as well. Artist-watchers are invited to the 17th Annual Pojoaque River Art Tour from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 18-19.

  • As we head back to school, we head back to a weekly look at assets in a more individualized way. The next eight months have been divided up into categories and each week, we will look at the same asset that each of the school sites are looking at, too.
    This month, we focus on the asset category of commitment to learning. It may have been hard for everyone to get back into the daily grind, while others found it very easy.