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Today's News

  • Dance the night away with the Los Alamos Big Band

    WinterFest is over and soon Christmas will be over, leaving Los Alamos residents wondering what to do after the holidays.
    The Los Alamos Big Band has a solution. On Dec. 26, they will host the after Christmas Big Band Dance from 7:30-10:30 p.m. at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish Hall, 3700 Canyon Road.
    Music will feature the Los Alamos Big Band and vocalist Elisa Enriquez.
    The band has played at dances throughout Northern New Mexico under the direction of Jan McDonald since 1984. The band plays the music of the swing era with tunes such as “Moon River,” Latin numbers like “Besame Mucho” and “Rock Around the Clock.”

  • A trip back in time

    New Mexico is chock-full of tradition. From pueblo dances to fiesta celebrations around the state, the cultural influence in the Land of Enchantment is undeniable.
    While some of the well-known traditions are attended by hundreds — sometimes thousands — of visitors and locals alike, there are a few activities that go virtually unnoticed to the general population unless you live in (or know someone who lives in) the area. One such tradition is the dance of Los Matachines.

  • Video: New Round of Snow Hits Rockies, Plains

    Heavy snow is hitting the Rockies and Plains, for the second time this week. The snow could affect holiday travel, particularly around Denver, where up to nine inches of snow are expected on Thursday.

  • Keep an Eye on the Storm: Weather Radar

    Click here for the latest weather radar.

  • Texas family rescued from snowdrift in NM

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Rescuers on Wednesday pulled a Texas family from an SUV that had been buried in a snowdrift on a rural New Mexico highway for nearly two days.

    State police said rescuers had to dig through 4 feet of ice and snow to free the Higgins family, whose red GMC Yukon got stuck on U.S. 56 near Springer when a blizzard moved through the area Monday.

    Rescuers found David and Yvonne Higgins and their 5-year-old daughter Hannah clinging to each other and lethargic early Wednesday morning. The family is recovering at Miners Colfax Medical Center in Raton.

  • Alert parents save daughter's home, dog

    Alert parents saved their daughter's burning home at 3503 Pueblo from destruction Wednesday morning.

    The daughter was at work when her parents, who live across the street, saw smoke and heard the smoke alarm.

    "The parents opened the front door to their daughter's home and her dog came out," Acting Assistant Fire Chief Justin Grider said. "Their quick thinking saved the dog as well as the home, which in another five or 10 minutes would have been fully involved."

  • Utah man wins Lamborghini, crashes it hours later

    SANTAQUIN, Utah (AP) — A truck driver who won a $380,000 Lamborghini in a convenience store contest crashed the sports car six hours after he got it, and now plans to sell the 640-horsepower convertible because he cannot afford the insurance or taxes.

    "I already had offers on it. I'm going to sell it," David Dopp said Wednesday. "I have bills more important than a Lamborghini. I've got a family to support."

    Dopp, a 34-year-old truck driver for Frito-Lay, spun out of control just a few hours after taking the keys to the Murcielago Roadster that he won in a "Joe Schmo to Lambo" contest sponsored by Maverik convenience stores.

  • Hengartner is Rotary's student of the month

    The Los Alamos Rotary Club recently honored Andrea Hengartner as the student of the month for December.
    Hengartner is the daughter of Nicolas Hengartner and Leticia Cuellar, both statisticians at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Hengartner’s sister Astrid is a freshman at Los Alamos High School.
    The Rotary Club of Los Alamos selects a senior from Los Alamos High School to honor each month of the school year. The Rotary Student of the Month Committee selects students based on academic excellence, extracurricular involvement and service to the community.

  • Hengartner is Rotary's student of the month

    The Los Alamos Rotary Club recently honored Andrea Hengartner as the student of the month for December.
    Hengartner is the daughter of Nicolas Hengartner and Leticia Cuellar, both statisticians at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Hengartner’s sister Astrid is a freshman at Los Alamos High School.
    The Rotary Club of Los Alamos selects a senior from Los Alamos High School to honor each month of the school year. The Rotary Student of the Month Committee selects students based on academic excellence, extracurricular involvement and service to the community.

  • Elks help out during Christmas

    The Los Alamos Elks provided gifts to more than 110 less fortunate children in Northern New Mexico. These gifts were purchased by the membership and delivered to St. Vincent de Paul in conjunction with the Catholic Daughters of the Americas and local elementary schools on Dec. 17. Pictured from left to right is the Elks Christmas Giving Tree Team: Jennifer Kieltyka, Dan Gerth, Natalie Dimitrick (chair), Lisa Harris,
    Dick Bjarke and Mark Harris.