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Today's News

  • Golf: Ashton rolls to 2010 victory with 5 and 4 win in men's finale

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  • Next Big Idea celebrates the mind

    Los Alamos is known for its technology, forward thinking and ideas.

    The annual Next Big Idea event provides a venue for scientists, technologist, artists and inventors across the state to share ideas with each other and the public.

    The innovative festival showcases ideas that fascinate the senses and the mind.

    The event runs Friday through Saturday July 16-17.

  • Golf: Griggs picks up 9th ACI victory

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  • Golf: Norman sweeps field to win senior's title

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  • Department of Public Safety updates registry

    The New Mexico Department of Public Safety periodically updates registered sex offender information posted on its Web site. The updated information includes new photographs and changes in employment and home addresses. Six Los Alamos men are listed on the state Web site:

     

    Charles Michael Bracken, 52

     

    • Sex offense conviction: Sexual exploitation of children

    • Date of conviction: 10/15/

    2002

    • Place of conviction: Los Alamos, N.M.,

    • Work: Not releasable

  • Cell phones for soldiers

    Following this Fourth of July, please plan to donate your old cell phones to support our service men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan. You can do this by taking them to any Los Alamos Fire Station to donate.

    The locations are:

    Station 1:  West Jemez Road at TA 3 Bldg. 41

    Station 2:  132 DP Road at TA 73 Bldg. 19

    Station 3:  129 State Road 4

    Station 4:  4401 Diamond Drive at TA 00 Bldg. 1096

    Station 5:  State Rd 501 at TA 16 Bldg. 180

    Station 6:  457 East Rd at TA 73 Bldg. 4 and

  • Reinstate the drilling moratorium

    I recently watched a video taken by naturalist John Walthen, flying over the Gulf of Mexico. There were columns of thick black smoke from oil burned on the surface, through which unwary birds were flying. There were pods of dolphins in the oil; some already dead; some still struggling to live.

    There were miles of oil-covered water, in which nothing will survive. Unseen were the subsurface plumes of “disbursed” oil that is sucking all the oxygen from the sea, killing everything in the area.

  • Minor parties blocked by gatekeeper

    SANTA FE — Why do minor parties have so much trouble getting on the New Mexico ballot?

    Secretary of State Mary Herrera has ruled that the Greens and the Libertarians are not qualified parties so she refuses to accept nominating petitions from their candidates.

    The reason why it is difficult to be a qualified minor party is that they can affect election outcomes.

  • Soccer: Netherlands heads to World Cup final

    CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — A Dutch treat: The Netherlands is in the World Cup final.

    Long wasteful with its soccer talent, the Netherlands sure has found the right touch in this tournament.

    Dutch stars Wesley Sneijder and Arjen Robben scored three minutes apart in the second half as the Netherlands beat Uruguay 3-2 Tuesday night to advance to its first championship match since losing in 1978 to Argentina.

  • Gov't files suit to throw out AZ immigration law

    PHOENIX (AP) — The federal government took a momentous step into the immigration debate Tuesday when it filed a lawsuit seeking to throw out Arizona's crackdown on illegal immigrants, saying the law blatantly violates the Constitution.

    The lawsuit filed in federal court in Phoenix sets the stage for a high-stakes legal clash over states rights at a time when politicians across the country have indicated they want to follow Arizona's lead on the toughest-in-the-nation immigration law.