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  • Caldera trust moves to secure future

     

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Resource Board under formation

    Community members turned out to hear what it takes to serve on the local board of the national youth mentoring organization, Big Brothers Big Sisters. During a lunchtime presentation Wednesday at the Hilltop House Hotel, nearly 20 people learned about the history, local status and board duties. The board positions consist of two-year terms with an option to renew. Between seven and 21 board members are being sought.

  • Doris Lillian Delano

    DELANO – July 15, 1915, to Dec. 7, 2007 – Doris Lillian Delano passed away on Dec. 7, 2007, in Colorado Springs, Colo. She was a longtime resident of Los Alamos, where she and her husband raised their family of five children. She was a homemaker, artist and teacher.

  • Council approves fence for Muni Building

    All seven county councilors turned out on an icy evening for a work session on Tuesday, where budget guidance, the scope of construction on Diamond Drive and RV storage were the topics placed on the agenda weeks ago. A last-minute addition to council’s agenda was the recommendation to place a barrier fence around the Municipal Building.In response to a letter the county received from the Design Group about the condition of the Municipal Building, council adopted the recommendation that a fence be installed around the 40-year-old building.

  • UNM-LA site plan, budget and Trinity top agenda

    All seven county councilors turned out on an icy evening for a work session on Tuesday, where budget guidance, the scope of construction on Diamond Drive and RV storage were the topics placed on the agenda weeks ago. A last-minute addition to council’s agenda was the recommendation to place a barrier fence around the Municipal Building.In response to a letter the county received from the Design Group about the condition of the Municipal Building, council adopted the recommendation that a fence be installed around the 40-year-old building.&nbs

  • Retired General: Beware of nuclear break-out

    A distinguished authority on disarmament issues said new nuclear proliferation dangers are looming.Lt. Gen.

  • Jesse Floyd Zimmerman

    Jesse Floyd Zimmerman, age 95, died peacefully on Friday, Dec. 7, 2007, in Santa Fe at the Casa Real Health Center after a brief illness. 

  • Bills in a state of flux

    Hopes of bridging an appropriations impasse in Washington, D.C., took a turn for the worse Monday, deepening the budget uncertainty for federal agencies, including Los Alamos National Laboratory.A spokesman in Sen.

  • White Rock plan needs creative input

    A master plan for the redevelopment of White Rock is at stake when the consultants hired by Los Alamos County meet with community members this week. Two more community forums in White Rock will give the consultants most of the input they need to craft a plan for the redevelopment of White Rock. The forums will be held at 6 p.m.

  • Spotlight on Los Alamos: Photographer the very picture of passion

    Kimber Barber’s enthusiasm for life is evident in her voice when she talks about her artwork.“Every day that I’m home, I’m working on photographs, and when I’m not home, I’m taking photographs.” “There are so many things I love to do, I’ll never get it all in,” Barber said.