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Today's News

  • Pop some Mr. Bubble, just make sure it’s liquid

    If you’re reading this, the world didn’t end, darn it. That’s right, in case you didn’t know, there was a group that believed May 21 was Judgment Day and that the world would end with a series of earthquakes.
    During the last two weeks of school, the kitchens and the living rooms of any house in which school-age children live, probably look like an earthquake has hit, but several friends, including myself, have agreed that the result is the fact that it’s May.
    You see, in the midst of insanity, I have remembered to put a loaf of bread in the deep freezer in case we run out. That can only mean one of two things: hell is freezing over or school is coming to an end.

  • Be There 05-24-11

    Wednesday
    “Do Slime Molds Make Good Pets?” talk by Relf Price. At 7 p.m. at PEEC, 3540 Orange St. Free and open to the public.

    June 2
    Los Alamos Lions Club meets at 6 p.m. the first and third Thursday of each month. Those interested in the Lions Club should call Dennis Wulff at 672-9563 or email drwulff47@aol.com.

    June 5
    Field trip to the Leonora Curtin Wetland Preserve, led by docent Natali Steinberg.  Meet at noon at PEEC.  Bring lunch, water. Free, but let PEEC know you’re coming, 662-0460 or programs@pajaritoeec.org.  

    June 6

  • Supercomputing exhibit updated

    Throughout its history, Los Alamos National Laboratory has been synonymous with supercomputing, achieving a number of milestones along the way. Those milestones and more are showcased in a new, updated supercomputing exhibit on display at the Bradbury Science Museum. The public grand opening of the exhibit, featuring a guest lecture and reception, is from 4-6 p.m. May 26.

  • Strong prepares for SGC meeting

    Kathy Strong, landscape designer, readies the courtyard in her home in Pajarito Acres for her lecture for the Summit Garden Club meeting June 6.

  • Police Beat 05-24-11

    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.
    May 12

    10:47 a.m. – Los Alamos Public Schools reported being the victim of larceny at 90 Grand Canyon in White Rock. The estimated loss is less than $250.

    6:55 p.m. – Clinton Green, 24, of Los Alamos was arrested on an outstanding Magistrate Court Warrant for violating conditions of his release.
    May 13

    7:43 a.m. – A 29-year-old Los Alamos woman reported being the victim of larceny on 35th Street. The estimated loss is less than $500.

  • Electronic poster display project

    The Los Alamos Teen Center is the beta test site for the Chamber of Commerce electronic poster display project. Los Alamos High School Sophomore Paul Montoya sits near the new display Monday, which features among several other posters, information and a photo of slime mold, the subject of a presentation that will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Pajarito Environmental Education Center.

  • Celebrating Rosenfest

    The Rosenfest Lectures were held this week at Fuller. Rosenfest was a series of lectures in honor of Louis Rosen, the father of the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE). Above is a photo of the guest lecturers including left to right, Bill Louis, Eric Pitcher, Mahlon Wilson, Erich Vogt, Paul Lisowski, Robert Redwine, James Bradbury, John Browne, Daniel Shoemaker, Bernie Rosen, and Bernard Rosen.

  • Update 05-24-11

    No trash collection
    No trash or recycling collection Monday May 30. If Monday is your normal trash day, put trash out by 8 a.m. Wednesday June 1.

    Fractal challenge
    A recognition reception and award winner’s announcement of the Los Alamos Public Schools student competition “Fractal Challenge” is set for 5:30-7:00 p.m. Wednesday in the youth gallery downstairs at Mesa Public Library.

    Farmers market
    Several Los Alamos County Councilors will be at the Farmer’s Market 9:30-11:30 a.m. Thursday to visit with citizens about current projects and issues.

  • Board Passes Budget, Gets New Member

    The Los Alamos Board of Education has a budget and a new school board member.

    At a special meeting Saturday, the school board approved a $33.1 million budget and named Dawn Venhaus as its newest member.

    Venhaus lives in White Rock and will replace Thelma Hahn, who announced her resignation two weeks ago.
    Venhaus and her family moved to New Mexico in 1998 and to the Los Alamos area in 2001. Her husband Tom works at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and she has two children, Graeyson and Elannah. The board voted unanimously to approve her appointment.

  • Special Olympics torch run