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Today's News

  • FONSI signed for upgrades

    Bandelier National Monument Superintendent Jason Lott announced Friday that the National Park Service (NPS) regional director has signed a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for Frijoles Mesa Improvements in Bandelier National Monument.

    The project is scheduled to begin June 1, and is funded through the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act (ARRA).  

  • N.M. studying other states’ standards

    ALBUQUERQUE — New Mexico is taking an in-depth look at what 18 other states require before someone gets a permit to carry a concealed weapon, to see if those states’ standards are as strict as New Mexico’s.

    In April, New Mexico stopped recognizing Utah’s concealed carry licenses because that state’s requirements were significantly less than what New Mexico demands before someone is issued a permit.

  • Palin backs Susana Martinez

    ALBUQUERQUE — During a rally Sunday morning in Albuquerque, Republican gubernatorial candidate Susana Martinez received the endorsement of former vice presidential candidate and Alaska governor Sarah Palin.

  • Appreciation for nurses

    New Mexico communities and schools are struggling with how to provide quality education for our children in the midst of budget shortfalls. In this context, it is important to remember the critical role school nurses fulfill in providing comprehensive health services that keep kids healthy, in school and ready to learn.

  • A ‘gem’ of a school

    I did well in school until the year my dad’s transfer moved us from southern California to Las Vegas, Nev. It was in the 1960s, with over-crowded schools, busing issues and the Viet Nam war on the nightly news.  

  • Candidates’ methods differ

    SANTA FE — What sort of governor should New Mexicans try next? If you are a Republican, you have a very wide range of choices available on your June ballot.

    When it comes to how each of the five GOP candidates would run state government, the differences couldn’t be more extreme.

    Former GOP state chairman Allen Weh seems to be the front-runner. He has now sunk $1 million of his own money into the campaign; most of it for a very large TV buy.

  • Change of venue for Tuesday’s meeting

    Instead of the usual White Rock venue, Tuesday’s county council meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the Training Room of Fire Station No. 3.

    The agenda has two consent items slated for approval. The first is the approval of a services agreement with Delta Airport Consultants, Inc. for professional engineering, planning and project management consulting services for the Los Alamos Airport.

    The second item is the approval of coordination services for the FY 2010 Sister Cities Exchange.

  • News Alert: The Elk Fire is burning approximately eight miles north of Los Alamos at 10,000 feet

    ESPANOLA — A wildfire started on the Santa Clara Indian Reservation Sunday continues burning on the southeast side of Chicoma Mountain above Santa Clara Canyon on the Espanola Ranger District in the Santa Fe National Forest.

    The Elk Fire  is burning approximately eight miles north of Los Alamos and 19 miles west of Espanola and the smoke may be visible from both towns.

    The fire had  burned an estimated 60 acres late this morning including grass with adjacent grass and timber.

  • Los Alamos participates in day of prayer

    Many participants from Los Alamos and Española gathered to observe the 59th Annual National Day of Prayer May 6 at the First United Methodist Church of Los Alamos.  

    Locally sponsored by several churches, the purpose of this observance was to provide prayerful support to communities and the nation. The hour-long program featured specific prayers for family, church, education, business/economy, government, the military, youth and the media.

  • Update: Softball knocked out by St. Pius X

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper softball team failed to make it out of the first round of the Class AAAA softball tournament Friday, falling to the St. Pius X Sartans.

    The Sartans scored all of their runs in the final three innings of the ballgame to win 4-1 and advance to the semifianls.

    Los Alamos scored its lone run in the fourth inning, which broke a scoreless tie at the time.

    The Hilltoppers end their 2010 season with a record of 18-9.