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  • Business guru coming to Los Alamos

    From office procedures to customer care,  national business expert Jon Schallert, who specializes in transforming local companies into irresistible destinations will present his “How to Create a Destination Business” workshop Aug. 10.

    Schallert’s seminar focuses on tools that independent local businesses can use to build their sales and customer traffic.

    A group of Los Alamos business owners attended his two-and-a-half-day Destination Business Boot Camp in Longmont, Colo., last month.  

  • Power outages impact Los Alamos residents

    Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities’ electric line crew spent the evening and early morning troubleshooting two underground power outages, one that began late Tuesday evening and the other early Wednesday morning.
     Tuesday evening’s power outage began around 10 p.m. and affected 40 to 50 customers at the Loma Vista Apartments and a small section of Oppenheimer. Crews restored power at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday by running a temporary line above ground to the area.  Linemen are still investigating the root cause so that permanent repairs may be conducted and the temporary line removed.

  • Jailed Palestinian leader asks millions to protest

    RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — An imprisoned Palestinian uprising leader held by Israel called Wednesday for "millions" of people to take to the streets in support of a Palestinian independence bid this fall — a scenario that Israeli officials warn could spin into a new wave of violence.

    With peace talks stalled since 2008, the Palestinians have said they will instead ask the United Nations to recognize their state during the General Assembly session in September.

  • Mixed reaction to 'Gang of 6' budget plan

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The top Democrat in the House reacted positively to a new bipartisan budget plan emerging in the Senate, even as a top House GOP military hawk said it would cut defense way too much.

    Asked about the budget unveiled Tuesday by the Senate's "Gang of Six" at a brief appearance with reporters Wednesday morning, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said, "It has some good principles in it."

  • LANL whistleblower
  • A tribute to firefighters
  • Crisis Response Hotline changes hands

    The Los Alamos Family Council provided local Crisis Response for several years. However, with the institution of Core Service Agencies (CSAs) in the behavioral health system, the CSAs are providing Crisis Response coverage to their areas as part of the contract with the state. Therefore, two Crisis Response resources are not needed. PMS is the CSA for Los Alamos County. The Los Alamos Community Health Council has expressed its gratitude to The Los Alamos Family Council for handling Crisis Response, especially its coverage during the past few weeks during the transition.   

  • Pavement work begins in White Rock

    The County Public Works Department, Pavement Division announces that milling, recycling and repaving work, funded under the FY11 Pavement Preservation Program, will begin today in White Rock.  

    The following streets will be resurfaced with this work:

  • Police Beat 07-19-11

    Police Beat items are compiled from public information contained in Los Alamos Police Department Records. Charges or citations listed in Police Beat do not imply innocence or guilt.

     

    July 7

     

    5:01 a.m. – A 48-year-old Santa Fe man reported damage to his property on N.M. 4. The estimated loss is less than $1,000.

  • No more burnouts are planned

    Fire crews working near Los Alamos conducted burnout operations Sunday night and Monday and according to the latest update, they were successful.