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Today's Features

  • This  spring semester, the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos (UNM-LA) Community Education will offer a Divine-Directed stress relief class  from noon-12:50 p.m. on Thursdays starting on Jan. 21.

  • The Winter Farmers Market rolls into town on Thursday at Fuller Lodge. The Mainstreet sponsored offering will open your eyes and tantalize your taste buds will regional offerings from local vendors.

    Residents can begin their day shopping at 8 a.m. for bread, jams, eggs, scones and sausage, and then move through lunch and dinner with tamales, salsas, pastas and steaks.

    As Valentine’s Day often requires some gift giving, lotions, soaps, earrings, purses, hats, scarves, gift baskets and more will be available for unique and one of a kind items.

  • Throughout the school year, the Los Alamos High School Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps have helped with many significant events throughout New Mexico.

    In October 2009, NJROTC cadets served as the color guard in the ninth annual Bi-national Policy Forum on Migration and Health at Buffalo Thunder Resort and Casino. Later, they took part in the Veteran’s Day ceremony held at Los Alamos National Laboratory on Nov. 11.

    Then on Dec. 12, the cadets continued to their statewide presence by participating in the Wreaths Across America event in Santa Fe.

  • To correctly start off the New Year you should reflect on the year that has just passed.

    Therefore, as my sister, her husband, their three children and I sat around their dining room table on Dec. 31, we all listed the high points for 2009.

    My sister said her oldest son, Connor, doing spectacular in kindergarten and expanding the family to include their golden retriever, Bruno as among her favorite events of 2009.

    My brother-in-law said he has enjoyed his 4-year-old daughter, Mairen, offering her assistance with household chores.

  • The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos (UNM-LA) is launching a new course in ecological economics, for the spring semester.

    The course, Topics: Ecological Economics (GNST 192, will meet from 11 a.m.-12:40 p.m. Fridays from Jan. 22 through March 12 and will be graded “credit/no credit.”

  • It appears to be an open-and-shut case. A 19-year-old man is being tried for stabbing his father and most of the members of the jury seem to agree that the man is guilty. All except for one.

  • The idea for this month’s Brown Bag originally was a Valentines’ Day themed concert but the schedule pushed the concert to January. Despite the concert being earlier than the holiday dedicated to love, soprano Viera Moore, violinist David Moore and pianist Cindy Little are still focusing their music on romance.

    The Brown Bag concert, titled “Meditation and Remembrance of Women’s Loves and Lives,” is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Fuller Lodge.

  • History is not written in stone. There are many different perspectives and views on the story of how we got to where we are today. And the more that is discovered about the past, the more elaborate the story becomes.

    Take New Mexico’s history,  for instance; if you dig deep enough a multitude of colors begin to paint the picture of the state.

  • Two local authors will sign their books from 6-7:30 p.m. on Thursday at Otowi Station Bookstore.

    David McNeese, a descendant of a first family of New Mexico, will sign “The Wind in the Trees,” and Tom Steward will sign “Into Solitary Places,” an account of devastating mental illness.

    David McNeese

  • When it comes to humanitarian work, there is never a lapse on things to do. Jean and John Lyman know this first hand; whether it is helping out rice farmers in Cambodia or volunteering at the Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints church in England, the Lymans have traveled the globe to offer their services.