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  • A story of hope

    Cambodia’s Hope is hosting its annual Unique Boutique fundraiser from 1-8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at the Pueblo Canyon Inn, 199 San Ildefonso Rd. Everyone is welcome.

    One of-a-kind gift items will be available for purchase including silks, jewels, scarves, accessories, fine art and many other unique artifacts.

    The community is invited to drop by to enjoy refreshments and live music by Stephany Bouchier on guitar and Francis Meier on piano.

    The two-day event is hosted by Cambodia’s Hope co-founders Marvel Harrison, Terry Kellogg and friends.

  • NEWS ALERT: Winter storm decscends on Los Alamos area

    A WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 PM MST TUESDAY.

    MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOWS WILL CONTINUE TO DEVELOP THIS MORNING IN THE NORTHWEST AND NORTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS. COLDER AIR WILL ALLOW FOR SNOW TO DEVELOP OVER THE UPPER RIO GRANDE VALLEY AS WELL AS THE SAN JUAN RIVER VALLEY TONIGHT. THE HEAVIER SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ARE EXPECTED DURING THE TONIGHT INTO TUESDAY MORNING TIME FRAME.

  • NMDOT has crews ready to respond to winter storm

    District Five of the New Mexico Department of Transportation is prepared for the upcoming winter storm that is anticipated to hit the north central and northwestern portion of New Mexico tonight and tomorrow, according to a press statement issued by the agency.

  • Powerful storm wreaks havoc in western states

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A large and powerful storm howled across the West with snow and strong winds Monday, snarling traffic, closing schools and threatening to spawn mudslides in wildfire-devastated Southern California.

  • LOS ALAMOS PUBLIC SCHOOLS ISSUES WEATHER ALERT TO PARENTS!

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  • Grappling with the revenue shortfall

    Revenues will be about $10 million less this year and $53 million less than anticipated in 2010, according to a new financial forecast outlined Thursday to the Legislative Finance Committee.

    That drop in revenues translates to a potential $500-$600 million budget gap next year. That’s how much is needed to avoid any cutbacks and to maintain a flat budget of services and programs with no growth.

  • NEWS ALERT: Major winter storm expected to hit by Monday morning

    POTENTIAL MAJOR WINTER STORM TO IMPACT WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO EARLY IN THE UPCOMING WORK WEEK...

  • Ads target property owners

    The State Taxation & Revenue Department will be running advertisements in all major newspapers across New Mexico this weekend to find the rightful owners of unclaimed property worth $170 million in cash and 12,000 items of property including artifacts, jewelry and collector’s items.

    The  newspaper  advertisements list the names and the last known New Mexico address of the property owners.

  • Remembering Louis Rosen

    Well-known scientist and holder of the prestigious Los Alamos National Laboratory Medal, Louis Rosen was a Manhattan Project veteran whose notable career in nuclear physics included the founding of the LANSCE accelerator project, a major national basic research facility.  

    In the 1980’s, with the accelerator in full

    operation as “the flagship of American nuclear physics research,” Rosen was able to give some attention to a concern that he shared with many thoughtful scientists, namely the escalating nuclear arms race.

  • 12-6 Update

    Cha Cha the night away

      Come take Cha Cha dance lessons from Bob and Sally Nolen from 6:30-7:45 p.m. at the Christian Church. The class costs $25 per person for six weeks.  There will not be lessons between Christmas and New Years. Call 231-8952 for more information.

    Learn the Quickstep

      Beginning Quickstep lessons will be offered at 7 p.m. Thursdays at the Unitarian Church.  No partner is required. The cost is $5  per lesson or $12 for all three. There will be no lesson Dec. 24 or Dec. 31. Contact robpelak@los-alamos.net.