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Today's News

  • Martinez makes two nominations to cabinet

    Governor Susana Martinez announced today that she has made two nominations to her cabinet – Col. Timothy Hale as Secretary of Veterans Affairs and F. David Martin as Secretary of the Environment.
     

  • Techno-terror bites

    A tsunami is an onslaught of waves generated in any large body of water by an earthquake, volcanic eruption, or some other cataclysmic disturbance.  Drop a large enough object into the Atlantic Ocean and you would generate a tsunami (maybe we could toss Washington D.C. in just to test this out?).

  • Just A Wag 01-07-11

    Mortillaro breaks silence
    Former County Administrator Tony Mortillaro has written a letter to the community. Look for it on Sunday’s opinion page in the Los Alamos Monitor.

    Settlement approved
    Word is that Judge Barbara Vigil signed the order Monday approving the settlement that local attorneys Christine and George Chandler reached with the  county council halting an election on the question posed in a petition regarding the location of the new municipal building.

  • The playoffs: more fun than texting...

    Bad news.
    Brett Favre is going to retire.
    Maybe.
    For a good percentage of the football fans I know, that’s incentive enough not to watch the NFL playoffs. A playoff season without Favre is like a night without stars or a hotel room without an attractive masseuse.

  • Sports update 01-07-11

    Girls hoops game rescheduled for Feb. 19

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls basketball team has rescheduled its away game with Piedra Vista, Los Alamos High School’s athletic office announced Tuesday.
    The game, originally scheduled for Dec. 17, will be played Feb. 19. The game was postponed by a snowstorm.
    Game times are set for 11 a.m. for the C team, 12:30 p.m. for the junior varsity and 2 p.m. for the varsity.

    Jr. ’Toppers start again Saturday

  • Hockey: LA starts tourney Saturday

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper hockey team has three games scheduled in the upcoming Taos Mid-Season Tournament.
    The tournament, which starts Friday in Taos, includes all 10 teams from the New Mexico Interscholastic Ice Hockey League.
    Los Alamos, which is currently second in league standings, has a pair of games scheduled Saturday and a third Sunday.
    It will take on Cibola bright and early Saturday — game time is set for 7:15 a.m. — then face Albuquerque’s Outkast at 1:45 p.m. Sunday’s game against La Cueva is set for 11:30 a.m.

  • Religion listings 01-07-11

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

  • House of Hope volunteers share their experiences

    The House of Hope Women from Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church invites everyone — men, women and youth — to a light supper at 5 p.m. Saturday in Kelly Hall at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, 3900 Trinity Drive, to talk about their home building trips to Juárez, Mexico.
    Many in the community have supported their mission trips over the last six years and have voiced that theya, too, might be interested in a home building mission trip.  

  • Wish comes true for local youths

    Los Alamos teenagers dreaming of a place to call their own have little more than 30 days to wait. The Los Alamos County Council granted the longtime wish to local youth through its unanimous approval of a new teen center near the high school.
    During its Dec. 21 regular meeting, council approved a $189,327 contract with the Family YMCA to operate an interim teen center. The contract has an effective date of Jan. 15 and the goal is to open the center on Feb. 14.

  • Wish comes true for local youths

    Los Alamos teenagers dreaming of a place to call their own have little more than 30 days to wait. The Los Alamos County Council granted the longtime wish to local youth through its unanimous approval of a new teen center near the high school.
    During its Dec. 21 regular meeting, council approved a $189,327 contract with the Family YMCA to operate an interim teen center. The contract has an effective date of Jan. 15 and the goal is to open the center on Feb. 14.