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Today's News

  • Sports Update 03-04-11

    Girls hoops game to be broadcast on KRSN

    The Los Alamos-Grants girls basketball game, which is scheduled for 6 p.m., will be broadcast live on KRSN AM 1490.
    Gene Mortensen, the “Voice of the Hilltoppers,” will call the action live from Grants. The game is the opening round contest of the Class 4A state tournament.
    The game will also be streamed live on the Internet at the station’s website, krsnam1490.com.

    Isotopes ticket sales, National Anthem tryouts are March 12

  • Tennis: LA looks to get back to form

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper tennis teams are participating in their second event of the season this weekend.
    Los Alamos’ boys and girls are taking part in the Bosque Invitational in Albuquerque. The two-day event will continue through Saturday.
    Both Hilltopper teams will have to find replacements for some of their top players that were lost to graduation in 2010.

  • Just a Wag 03-04-11

    Tribute to Louis Rosen   
    Honoring the past, highlighting the future - The Rosenfest Lectures will be held May 18-20 at historic Fuller Lodge.
    Rosenfest presents a series of lectures in honor of Louis Rosen, the Father of the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE), the signature science facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
    From Manhattan Project to MaRIE: Rosenfest will cover Rosen’s early life, career, and influence at Los Alamos and on nuclear science and international relations.

  • Android Adorations Anonymous

    The alarm clock is screaming and once again you fall out of bed, the cold floor reminding you that your eyes may be closed but you are unfortunately awake.  
    It’s morning and a pile of unprocessed paperwork is anxiously waiting for you at the office, or perhaps a hot stove, or maybe a quiet machine shop — soon to become quite noisy.  
    It’s a work day and as they say — some one’s gotta make the donuts!

  • Why I need a building permit

    Why do I need a building permit? On the face of it, it certainly seems like a pain in the neck. After all, you only want to replace a window or replace part of the roofing. Really, what’s the point? Well the point is – water and keeping it out! But it goes further than that…

  • White House agrees to $6.5B more in budget cuts

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate's top Republican on Friday blasted the Obama administration's opening move to cut domestic spending and pass a long-overdue plan for the ongoing budget year, calling a White House bid to cut $6.5 billion "one more proposal to maintain the status quo."

  • NM House to vote on halting immigrant licenses

    SANTA FE (AP) — The Democratic-controlled House faces a politically charged vote as it considers whether to stop New Mexico from granting driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.

    The House is to take up the issue when it convenes on Friday.

  • Goodell, NFL executives at mediator's office

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Use a 24-hour extension to get a longer reprieve.

    That appeared to be the approach for the NFL and the players' union Friday.

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and several league executives arrived at the offices of federal mediator George Cohen in the morning, with the current collective bargaining agreement set to expire at midnight. Both groups agreed to a 24-hour extension on Thursday, with another extension on the agenda.

    Each side was expected to meet separately with Cohen before any negotiations would be held.

  • NM House to vote on halting immigrant licenses

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The Democratic-controlled House is facing a politically charged vote as it considers whether to stop New Mexico from granting driver's licenses to illegal immigrants.

    The House is to take up the issue when it convenes on Friday.

    Republican Gov. Susana Martinez and her allies succeeded Thursday in a parliamentary maneuver to force the issue to a vote by the 70-member chamber.

  • Wis. governor warns of layoffs, talks to Democrats

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Thousands of Wisconsin state workers were bracing for layoff notices Friday as Republican Gov. Scott Walker and absent Democrats remained in a standoff over a budget balancing bill that would also strip public workers of their collective bargaining rights.