Today's News

  • Council seeks input on flyovers

    The Los Alamos County Council is seeking feedback on proposed low-altitude flights by the U.S. Air Force in northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado.
    Called Low Altitude Tactical Navigation, airspace would be provided for aircrew members to train on C-130 aircraft and the CV-22 Osprey.
    The input is needed for the Air Force’s Environmental Assessment to evaluate the potential consequences of the LATN, according to a written statement from the county.

  • 09-17-10 Bible Answers

    By Pastor Chuck McCullough

    Many people I know are just apathetic. They don’t seem to care much about things that really matter. Does the Bible have anything to say about this?”— Kate

  • 09-17-10 Religion listings

    Baha’i Faith
    For information, e-mail losalamosla@gmail.com. For general information, call the Baha’i Faith phone at 1-800-228-6483.

  • Golf: NNMSMGA wraps up its 2010 season at LAGC Wednesday

    Local golfer Bruce Norman finished just two strokes behind the leader at Wednesday’s Northern New Mexico Senior Men’s Golf Association tournament.
    Wednesday’s tournament, hosted by Los Alamos Golf Course, was the final regular season tournament for the NNMSMGA. Its season championship tournament is scheduled for later this month.
    Norman shot a 78 in the championship flight, two shots behind Santa Fe’s Robert Schneider, who took top honors in the flight.

  • Basketball: Seattle sweeps Atlanta to win WNBA title

    ATLANTA (AP) — The Seattle Storm made a sweeping claim to be considered one of the top teams in WNBA history.

    Even if the Atlanta Dream were difficult to convince.

    Seattle, which matched the league record for regular-season wins, completed the WNBA's first undefeated postseason in eight years, beating the Dream 87-84 on Thursday night for a three-game sweep of the finals.

  • Gunman shot and killed on Capitol Hill

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Authorities in Washington say police shot a man who pointed a gun at them on Capitol Hill.

    U.S. Capitol Police spokeswoman Sgt. Kimberly Schneider says officers were told around 5 a.m. Friday to be on the lookout for a man with a gun.

  • Weather service to probe if tornado hit Big Apple

    NEW YORK (AP) — Residents, utility crews and railroad workers cleaned up debris Friday after a brief but fierce storm barreled through New York City, tearing up trees, stripping roofs from homes, disrupting train service and killing at least one person.

    The National Weather Service planned to spend the day investigating whether a tornado touched down Thursday evening during the storm. Tornado warnings had been issued for Staten Island, Brooklyn and Queens.

  • NM snags millions for energy projects

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A new federal report shows millions of federal stimulus dollars are being spent on energy projects in New Mexico.

    The report released by the U.S. Department of Energy shows nearly 100 projects and tax credits totaling nearly $670 million in New Mexico, from environmental cleanup at Los Alamos National Laboratory to new investments in smart grid and other renewable energy technology.

  • Expiring tax cuts hit taxpayers at every level

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Here's some pressure for lawmakers: If they don't reach agreement on extending soon-to-expire Bush-era tax cuts, nearly all their constituents back home will get big tax increases.

    A typical family of four with a household income of $50,000 a year would have to pay $2,900 more in taxes in 2011, according to a new analysis by Deloitte Tax LLP, a tax consulting firm. The same family making $100,000 a year would see its taxes rise by $4,500.

  • CDD seeks public input to crackdown on eyesores

    The Community Development Department (CDD) wants feedback from residents and commercial property owners about ways the county code can be made clearer regarding compliance and enforcement of yard and property maintenance and safety issues on private and commercial property.
    Two public meetings will be held and the information will help the county draft a nuisance ordinance.
    The first meeting was Thursday at Fuller Lodge and a second meeting will be 5:30 p.m. Sept. 23 at White Rock Town Hall.