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  • Update 06-10-12

    County Council

    The Los Alamos County Council will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers. The council will convene at
    5 p.m. in closed session prior to the meeting.

    School board

    The School Board will meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the LAHS Speech Theater.  Agenda items include an update on the LAMS construction project, plans for LAHS landscaping and recommendations for facility rental rates for the coming year.

    P & Z meeting

    The Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday in council chambers.

    Flag Day

  • Fires continue across the state

    Crews continued mopup duty Friday and today and the Santa Fe National Forest announced the Colorado Peak Fire will be transferred from a Type 3 Incident Commander to a Type 4 Commander.

    The cause of the fire remains under investigation although Santa Fe National Fire Spokesman Lawrence Lujan said a determination could be made this weekend.

    “Based on Monday’s lightning map we did have lightning in the area  but we also know that area is  highly used area by the public,” Lujan said.

    Later Friday, Lujan said the investigation could be concluded by Saturday.

  • LANS, LLC gives foundation $250K for scholarships

    Los Alamos National Security, LLC., through its employee gift-match program, has given $250,000 to the Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation to award scholarships to help students in seven counties pursue a higher education.
    Lab employees have contributed $232,000 to the employees’ scholarship campaign. The goal from employees, who donated $272,000 last year, is $300,000.
    Susan Seestrom, associate director for experimental physical sciences at Los Alamos National Laboratory, campaign chair, said she is optimistic employees will rise to the challenge to exceed the lab’s contributions. “I am proud to work at the Laboratory whose workforce supports the amazing success of young people,” Seestrom said.

  • Sister city sends delegates

    Councilor Frances Berting (back) looks on as Los Alamos Sarov Sister City Initiative  board member Paul White (left) welcomes delegates from the Open World Leadership Center. All are citizens of Sarov, Russia, Los Alamos’ Sister City. From left to right: Tatyana Fedorovna Belina, Yevgeniy Igorevich Krasnogorskiy, Dmitriy Yevgenyevich Palilov, Yelena Mikhaylovna Podgornaya, Yevgeniy Viktorich Sushkov and Nadezhda Alekseyevna Dudik.

  • Race Fans Lament Absence of I'll Have Another
  • Cone Zone 06-10-12

    Public Works Projects
    There are no changes in traffic conditions expected next week. For more information about the projects listed below, please e-mail lacpw@lacnm.us, call 662-8150, or visit the “Projects” link at losalamosnm.us.
    Eastern Area 2 Concrete, Paving and Utility Project – Phase 1

  • Today in History for June 9th
  • Flashlight Bombs Puzzle Phoenix Authorities

    Three flashlight bombs have exploded in the Phoenix area within the last month, causing minor injuries and raising fears. Police have no suspects and and have put up billboards to warn residents about discarded flashlights.

  • Police Arrest Man for Driving a Wheelchair Drunk

    Police in Utica, Mich. roll up on a man operating a stolen motorized wheelchair while drunk. But 55-year-old Raymond Kulma has a history with police; this is his seventh drunk driving arrest.

  • Students take flight Saturday

    Members of a local Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association are part of an international effort to make dreams of flight come true for young people.
    EAA Chapter 691 is participating in International Young Eagles Day Saturday as part of EAA’s ongoing program to introduce young people to aviation. Registration and flights will commence at the Los Alamos county airport terminal building between 8 a.m. and noon.
    Since the program was launched in 1992, more 1.6 million young people have taken a free airplane flight.  International Young Eagles Day has annually been celebrated on the second Saturday of June since 1994. During last year’s International Young Eagles Day, more than 6,000 children took flight throughout the world.