Today's News

  • Golf: Woods says he's ready for Ryder Cup challenge

    NEWPORT, Wales (AP) — The Ryder Cup is getting personal for Tiger Woods.

    Interrupting an otherwise dull press conference Tuesday, Woods fired back at a comment Rory McIlroy made six weeks ago that "I would love to face" the world's No. 1 player in the Ryder Cup unless his game rapidly improved.

  • Be There 09-28-10

    The Los Alamos Piecemakers Quilt Guild will have a potluck for their monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the United Church of Los Alamos.  In addition to the potluck, a group of quilters will present quilts that were created by using various fabric art techniques to replicate a number of posters.

  • Police Beat 09-28-10

    Police Beat items are compiled from public information contained in Los Alamos Police Department Records. Charges or citations listed in Police Beat do not imply innocence or guilt.
    Sept. 16

    5:45 p.m. – Moses Salazar, 24, of Los Alamos was arrested near 6th and Iris Street on an outstanding Magistrate Court Warrant following an investigation of an incident at which it was determined that he had violated conditions of his release from jail.
    Sept. 17

  • Update 09-28-10

    Taos land trust holds gourmet harvest dinner

      Taos Land Trust will “Celebrate the Land and Local Foods” at a gourmet harvest dinner at the Historic Taos Inn at 7 p.m. on Oct. 14. Tickets are $100. For reservations or info call 575-751-3131 or visit taoslandtrust.org.

    Fuller Lodge Advisory Board Meeting Wednesday

    The Fuller Lodge/Historic District Advisory board will hold a special meeting from 11 a.m.-
    1 p.m. Wednesday at the Curtis Room in Fuller Lodge.  

  • ‘Let Me In’ premiers in Los Alamos

    The Overture film, “Let Me In” premiers at the Reel Deal Theater on Friday with two showings; one at 6:50 p.m. and the other at 9:15 p.m.
    Los Alamos County will co-sponsor a “red carpet” premiere with the Reel Deal for “Let Me In,” which will features prizes and special giveaways.

  • Public weighs in on nuisance code

    One person’s blight is another individual’s beauty. Everyone has their own opinions of how a property should look, but despite the variety of opinions, residents who attended two recent meetings on updating Los Alamos County’s nuisance ordinance, supported the endeavour.

  • Diamond Drive embraces cyclists

    Local cycling instructor Khalil Spencer could hardly wait to finish his errands so he could get home and hop on his Salsa Lacruz bicycle to take a closer look at the new bike lanes on Diamond Drive.

    With much of the final pavement laid in front of Metzgers and across from Los Alamos High School, that section of Phase 4 construction is largely history.

  • WH: Obama calls Carter, ex-president doing 'great'

    ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE (AP) — The White House says President Barack Obama has spoken with Jimmy Carter following the ex-president's hospitalization in Cleveland.

    White House spokesman Bill Burton says Obama called Carter from Air Force One as he traveled from New Mexico to Wisconsin. Burton says Carter is feeling great and plans to resume his book tour on Wednesday.

  • EPA CO2 declaration hot air

    The spirited defense of Climate Science publication credibility (Chick Keller,  Monitor Guest Column, July 13) requires reading the PNAS paper by Andregg et. al., creating a Black List of investigators not to be consulted on Anthropogenic Climate Change issues in order to ensure credible expert opinion.  Bias?  For purposes of the following,  I’m not qualified in Climate Science but I do have a Toxicology ticket and I have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express.

  • Cancer survivor rethinks beliefs

    Before I got cancer, I didn’t even believe in taking vitamins, let alone any ‘alternate stuff.’
    I mean who needs them if you eat properly.
    I used to think ‘Boy, you New Age people are weird. What’s wrong with eating good healthy food, keeping fit and taking whatever the doctor orders?’
    Problem is, while all that conventional cancer medicine is draining out of your system, the wake of destruction it leaves behind does not.