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Today's News

  • AAUW hosts Deanise Marta

    In honor of Women’s History Month, the American Association of University Women is hosting Deanise Marta who will present a program about the key players in the women’s suffrage movement at 7:30 p.m. March 24 at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church.  The public is invited hear to Marta speak.

  • Explore the universe at PEEC

    It is the golden age of astronomy when many age-old questions are being answered.
    Join Pajarito Environmental Education Center for a free exploration of the wonders of the sky at 7 p.m. March 26.
    Attendees will hear a talk by James Maxwell, astronomy tour leader for the Valles Caldera National Preserve and see examples of his astrophotography. The group will then head outside to see the stars through a large, 20-inch telescope (weather permitting).

  • Trio to speak at LAPS Foundation event

    Once again, the Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation’s annual Great Conversations dinner is coming to town. Join a group of tablemates and a speaker at 5:30 p.m. April 10 at the Betty Ehart Senior Center for an informative and fun conversation.

  • Piñon students recognized for outstanding performance

  • Aspen Chess club earns team title

    Aspen Elementary Chess club grabbed the team title in the boys 3-5 grade division to highlight its participation in the Susan Polgar National Open in Chandler, Ariz. March 4-6.
    The team, comprised of Donald Poston fifth grade, Alex Ionkov, fifth grade, Henry Poston, third grade and Dimitri Lopez, third grade, scored 20.5 points to best Anasazi’s 17.5 points for the team championship in a field of over 25 teams.

  • Airport renovation

    The Los Alamos Airport will soon undergo some changes and updates.  The existing runway will be rehabilitated and  extended eastward by 450 feet.
    A new visual approach system, which will involve electrical work at the airport, will also be installed.
    The runway is expected to close May 31 for three weeks for the repaving to occur, followed by a closure for seven days in July for grooving and striping.
    The possible return of scheduled air service to the airport will be discussed at 7 p.m. Tuesday at White Rock Fire Station 3.

  • Construction Zone 03-20-11

    Public Works Projects:
    For more information about the projects listed below, please e-mail lacpw@lacnm.us or call 662-8150.

    Diamond Drive Phase 4 2011  
    Please review with inexperienced drivers.

  • MIG's contractual requirements

    In July 2010, based on its qualifications and experience with designing roadways, MIG, Inc. was awarded a project to study the N.M. 502 corridor from Los Alamos County’s east boundary to Diamond Drive and to develop a design recommendation conforming to several requirements for modern roadways.  
    This corridor includes all of Trinity Drive.

  • Customer Appreciation Contest winner

    Kim Hejde (left) of Los Alamos was the February winner in the Los Alamos Monitor Customer Appreciation Contest. All subscribers who renewed their subscriptions in the month were automatically entered in a random drawing to win a $100 gift card from a local merchant. Mike Lippiatt, circulation administrator, and Keven Todd, publisher, made the award presentation recently.

  • Officials: No harmful radiation in U.S.

     State emergency management officials say the possibility of airborne radiation from Japan causing health problems in New Mexico is extremely remote.
    The state’s secretary of homeland security and emergency management, Michael Duvall, says federal agencies don’t expect to see radiation at harmful levels reaching any part of the United States from Japan.