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  • Sports Update 08-09-12

    Hawk football meeting is today

    The Los Alamos Middle School Hawk football program will hold an orientation session tonight. The orientation will be from 5-7 p.m. at Brousseau Gymnasium.

    Any students entering seventh or eighth grade interested in playing football for LAMS is encouraged to attend. The orientation process will include turning in all necessary participation paperwork, issuing of equipment and information on the Hawks’ football program.

    Eighth grade players should show up by 5 p.m. and seventh grade players by 6 p.m.

    For more information, email Daren Jones at d.jones@laschools.net.

    King of the Hill is this weekend

  • Mars crater where rover landed looks ‘Earth-like’

    PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The ancient Martian crater where the Curiosity rover landed looks strikingly similar to the Mojave Desert in California with its looming mountains and hanging haze, scientists say.

    “The first impression that you get is how Earth-like this seems looking at that landscape,” chief scientist John Grotzinger of the California Institute of Technology said Wednesday.

  • United Way youth team takes shape

     

    The United Way of Northern New Mexico (UWNNM) Youth Team held the first meeting of its 2013 campaign last week. This year’s chair, Jordan Ahlers, led the teens in a planning session that laid out priorities for the campaign.

    This is only Ahlers’ second year on the team, although she had been coming to meetings with her older sister for years. 

  • LANL protesters plead not guilty -- updated

    “The LANL Six,” the six anti-nuclear demonstrators that were arrested outside the Los Alamos Laboratory Monday, got their day in court Thursday and they couldn’t be happier.

    For Aug. 9, 1945 was the day the U.S. dropped the second atomic bomb on Nagasaki, allowing the demonstrators to wave their signs on Trinity Avenue once again before heading to municipal court to get the charges read to them. The six include Pamela Gilchrist, Benjamin Abbott, Barbara Grothus, Catherine Euler, Cathie Sullivan and Janet Greenwald.

  • Hazmat teams compete in LANL challenge

    Fire departments and emergency response teams from across the region met in Los Alamos this week to prove who has the best team when it comes to handling emergencies. 

  • Bingaman responds on CMRR questions

    Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-NM) issued a response to the questions posed recently by Jay Coghlan of Nuclear Watch New Mexico concerning the Chemistry Metallurgy Research Replacement Building.

    Coghlan asked the following questions after Bingaman and fellow senator Tom Udall (D-NM) sent a letter to defense secretary Leon Panetta and Energy Secretary Steven Chu, outlining their support for the CMRR project.

  • Raw Video: Bear Wanders Inside New Mexico Resort

    New Mexico's Angel Fire Resort had a surprise visitor at its lodge this week when a bear found its way inside through a back door that was left open. Surveillance video captured the animal wandering through the lobby and some of the corridors.

  • Today in History for August 9th
  • DC man orders TV, gets assault rifle instead

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A Washington musician who ordered a flat-screen TV from Amazon.com was shocked to receive a semiautomatic assault rifle instead.

    Thirty-eight-year-old Seth Horvitz says he purchased the 39-inch television from a third-party seller. A box arrived from UPS on Tuesday evening, and it seemed too small to contain the TV. He says he initially thought it contained accessories.

    But when he opened it, he found a Sig Sauer military-style rifle. He says he had never held a gun before he felt the trigger of the rifle.

  • La. Police: Remains May Be Missing Student