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  • Council to scrutinize Trinity lease option

    At a public meeting in January, Andrea Cunningham pointed out that she had served on the Trinity Site Revitalization Project Advisory Committee since her children were in diapers. Her oldest was a senior in high school at the time.

    Years of effort to get the Trinity Site development underway seemed to reach a positive outcome when the county entered into the Trinity Site Real Estate Ground Lease and Development Agreement with NA Los Alamos Trinity, LP (North American Development Group–NADG) on March 30.

    The contract allowed for a six-month feasibility period during which either party could pull out of the agreement. News broke last week that NADG had decided to exercise its option to exit.

  • A visit back to Constitution Day

    SANTA FE -- Constitution Day, Sept. 17, slipped by me this year but that doesn’t mean we still can’t talk about it. Actually mid-September if full of truly momentous events that occurred around this date in past years.

      On Sept. 16, 1810, Father Miguel Hidalgo delivered his Grito to the people of Delores, Mexico, calling on them to unite in overthrowing the Spanish government. What followed was a bloody 11-year war of independence. 

     The little town of Delores still uses the letters cdr, Corazon del Revolution, in its address. Why doesn’t Mexico celebrate its victory in 1821 instead of the beginning of the revolution? We do the same with the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.

  • Time to keep moving forward

    Dear Editor,

     

     I am writing in regard to the Trinity Site Redevelopment project. I am strongly in favor of our County Council agreeing to the assignment of the lease from NADG to Smith’s. And as opposed to Mr. Gibson’s opinion in a recent letter, I do not think this is the time to, once again, re-think this project. Fifteen years is enough and it’s time to keep moving forward.

  • Cone Zone 9-22-12

    Eastern Area 2 Concrete, Paving & Utility Project – Phase 1 

    Fifth Street between Myrtle and Canyon is closed.

    Work continues on Myrtle between 9th Street and 15th Street. This section of Myrtle is closed to through traffic with flagging operations during the day and two-way traffic at night. 

    The work zone on Canyon Road is between NM502 to just south of Nugget. This section is closed to through traffic with flagging operations during the day and two-way traffic at night. 

  • Black Hole closing sale underway
  • LA woman allegedly shot, mugged in Santa Fe

    Santa Fe police are investigating an alleged mugging that occurred early Thursday morning when a 44-year-old Los Alamos woman said she was mugged by three men and shot at the corner of St. Michael’s Drive and Calle Lorca.

    The incident reportedly occurred at 3:40 a.m.

    A police spokesman told the Journal North there are "conflicting pieces of information about the incident" and it remains under investigation.

    The newspaper reported the woman received minor injuries when she was shot on the side of her abdomen. The woman told police that the three men had tried to steal her purse.

    Santa Fe police Capt. Aric Wheeler told the Santa Fe New Mexican that the woman took herself to Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center, where she reported the incident. She suffered an external gunshot wound that was not life threatening and was treated and released from the hospital, Wheeler said.    

  • State House candidate forum set for Tuesday

     The Los Alamos Federation of School Employees will host a House District 43 candidate forum featuring Stephanie Garcia Richard (D) and Jim Hall (R) at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Speech Theater at Los Alamos High School.    

  • Today in History for September 22nd
  • 41-pound Cat at Texas Shelter Needs Home

    A North Texas animal shelter has a 41-pound fat cat named Skinny who needs a home. Officials at the Richardson Animal Shelter are caring for the 5-year-old orange tabby. She was dropped off at the facility last week.

  • LAHS Homecoming Parade a hit for all ages

    Most of the residents of Los Alamos came out and LAHS alumni returned to town on a sunny Friday afternoon. They came to watch the annual Los Alamos High School homecoming parade and tonight's football game against Kirtland Central. Here are some images from the afternoon.