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  • Director blossoms in artistic work

    Sometimes the simplest action can act as a seed; it takes root and blossoms into a whole new passion.
    That occurred to Valerie Silks, executive director of Dance Arts Los Alamos, when she took her children to dance classes at DALA.
    “At first, I was a ballet mom … just because my kids started taking classes there. I was impressed with the faculty and the quality of dance instruction,” she said.

  • Safety pushes CIP proposals

    Safety and environmental reasons motivated the Los Alamos County Recreation Division staff to seek funding for studies on improving and upgrading the Los Alamos Ice Rink.
    Three proposed capital improvement projects address the rink’s parking lot, bathrooms and locker rooms, as well as installing a lift station.  
    Los Alamos Hockey Association is proposing another potential upgrade to the outdoor rink, an arena cover.

  • Muni building issue takes another turn

    In yet another twist in what is fast becoming the most controversial issue in Los Alamos — the way forward for the municipal building — County Councilor Vincent Chiravalle plans to introduce an ordinance at Tuesday’s council meeting that calls for moving ahead with rebuilding the structure on its original site at Ashley Pond.

  • GOV.-ELECT MARTINEZ AND TRANSITION CHAIR TO TOUR LANL

    Governor-Elect Susana Martinez, along with Martinez Transition Chairman and former-Congresswoman Heather Wilson will tour the Los Alamos National Laboratory facilities then hold a press conference at the Radiological Laboratory/Utility/Office Building (RLUOB) Atrium on Friday, November 12th.

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  • Update 11-11-10

    Cake fundraiser
    Los Alamos Chapter #63, Order of the Eastern Star will be selling Collin Street Bakery fruitcakes, Apricot Pecan cakes and Pineapple Pecan cakes at Los Alamos National Bank from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 19 and Dec. 3, 10 and 17. For information call Betty Robertson, 662-5185 or Nina Laird 662-7580.

  • Patriotic Flyover

    The 73rd Special Operations Squadron from Cannon Air Force Base in Clovis flew over the American Legion during a Veterans Day ceremony this morning.

  • Ice Rink gets ready for the winter season

    The Los Alamos County Ice Rink has gained a lot of notoriety. Not only is it one-of-a-kind – the local rink is the only refrigerated, outdoor ice arena in the state – but it has appeared on the big screen. The rink was featured in the movies “Brothers” as well as “Let Me In.”

  • A soldier’s perspective

    Having served three tours of duty in the Middle East, a soldier who attended Mountain Elementary School as a child has re-enlisted, knowing full well a fourth tour is imminent.
    “Nobody likes being away from home for so long at a time, however, to help countries that need our assistance and to see the progress we’ve made is satisfying,” said Sgt. Eric Williams of the U.S. Army.

  • Muni building vote in question

    Local attorneys Christine and George Chandler filed a complaint for injunctive relief against the Los Alamos County Council, with a request for a preliminary injunction to stop the impending municipal building election until a judge hears the complaint on its merits. 

  • Bomb rocks Pakistan's largest city killing 10

    KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Suspected militants detonated a car bomb in the heart of Pakistan's largest city on Thursday, destroying a police investigation bureau and killing at least 10 people, police and witnesses said.

    The explosion rocked a high-security area of Karachi that is home to the U.S Consulate, two luxury hotels and the offices of government leaders, showing the reach of Islamist militants in the city despite efforts to crack down on them.