Today's News

  • Wrestling: Cull-Host defends her title at women’s state tournament

    Jodi Cull-Host defended her state title at the New Mexico Women’s Scholastic Wrestling Championship Sunday.

    Cull-Host, a sophomore at Los Alamos High School, won the 103-pound bracket at the 11th annual tournament, which is traditionally held the day after the conclusion of the state high school wrestling championship tournament.

    In all, 29 wrestlers from 12 New Mexico high schools took part in the tournament.

  • Democrats to host County Convention tonight

    The Democratic Party of Los Alamos County will host a combined Precinct Ward and County Convention at 7 p.m. today at the Los Alamos Golf Course.

    State Central Committee members and Delegates elected at the County Convention will attend the State Primary Convention at Buffalo Thunder March 13.

    Los Alamos County has 23 delegates allocated for Congressional District 3.


  • Roundabouts aid in evacuation

    Los Alamos is an island in the sky, comparable to other island communities. One other is St. Simons Island, Georgia, a coastal barrier island with a similar population size. Los Alamos was evacuated in 2000 due to the Cerro Grande fire; St Simons was evacuated in 1999 due to Hurricane Floyd. Or rather, evacuation was attempted. As Los Alamos has N.M. 502, St. Simons has a causeway.

  • Say enough’s enough to polarization

    In recent appearances, President Barack Obama has suggested that it’s time for Washington to confront the intense polarization and incivility that mark our politics these days.

  • Music and narration to be featured in Guitars and Gateaux series


  • NEWS ALERT: County rescues senior day-out program

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  • Girls basketball: Toppers fall in playoff game Tuesday

    SANTA FE — While the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls basketball team went down, it is hardly out.

    The Hilltoppers dropped a 1-game playoff to the Española Valley Sundevils Tuesday night. The Sundevils led for all but a brief stint in the first quarter, rolling to a 55-35 victory at Edward Ortiz Gymnasium.

  • 02-24-10 The Update

    Illustrated talk at PEEC

      “The Biggest Trees in Los Alamos,” an illustrated talk by Dorothy Hoard, will be presented at 7 p.m. today at the Pajarito Environmental Education Center, located at 3540 Orange St. This is another session in the Winter Wednesday series, the talk is free and open to the public.

    Authors Speak Series

      Mesa Public Library Authors Speak Series presents Michael Hamilton Morgan at 7 p.m. Thursday in the library’s upstairs rotunda.

    Talk and book signing

  • Legislative special session delayed

    SANTA FE — Gov. Bill Richardson is delaying the start of a special legislative session so lawmakers can work out differences before returning to the New Mexico Capitol on Monday to hammer out a plan for financing public schools and state government in the coming year.

    Richardson initially called for the special

    session to begin Wednesday, but House and Senate leaders urged him to push that back so they could have more time to discuss potential solutions to the state’s $600 million budget deficit.

  • Basketball: Two tickets required for Thursday's semifinals

    Los Alamos High School announced that separate tickets will be needed for the District 2AAAA playoff basketball games Thursday.

    Los Alamos is hosting both the girls basketball and boys basketball semifinals Thursday. The girls game will start at 5 p.m. and the boys game will start at 7:30 p.m.

    Per New Mexico Activities Association regulations, Griffith Gymnasium will be cleared following the conclusion of the girls basketball game. Any fans also wishing to see the boys game must purchase an additional ticket.