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Today's News

  • Martinez taps Johnsonians

    New Mexico is about to get a new governor, but if the people assisting her are any indication, the emerging Republican administration of Susanna Martinez just might bear a noticeable resemblance to the administration of the state’s out-going GOP governor eight years ago, Gary Johnson.
    If there was anything consistent about Martinez’s campaign this year, it was her call for voters to kick the “Ins” out.

  • Police Beat 12-28-10

    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.

    Dec. 12

    2:25 p.m. – A 25-year-old Santa Fe woman reported that her car was keyed while parked at Mountain Elementary School on North Road. The estimated damage is unknown.
    Dec. 16

  • Petition failed to reflect opinion

    A sworn affidavit filed during last month’s injunction hearing indicates that former County Attorney Mary McInerny advised petitioner Richard Hannemann, that in her opinion, the wording in the petition he intended to circulate was illegal.

    His petition called for an election where voters would decide whether a new municipal building should replicate the original structure at the site near Ashley Pond.

  • Developing HIV vaccine tops LANL top 10

    Los Alamos National Laboratory has named its Top 10 science and technology developments of 2010 based on major programmatic milestones, strategic potential, scholarly accounts, and associated news coverage.

  • Snowstorm could dump 8-12 inches

    The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for Northern New Mexico including Los Alamos, beginning Wednesday afternoon.
    The forecast calls for snow accumulations of 8 to 12 inches and there is a chance of blowing snow as winds are expected to be 15 to 30 mph with gusts as high as 40 mph.
    Precipitation will begin Wednesday morning but will intensify Wednesday afternoon with snow becoming more widespread and heavy. Snow will continue Wednesday night and into Thursday before tapering off in the afternoon.

  • Decked out for the holidays

    These three women show their holiday spirit in front of Starbucks Dec. 24.

  • Angela Warren: Caroline Crale’s sister

    Editor’s note: This story and the following story are part of a series introducing the characters featured in Agatha Christie’s “Go Back For Murder” production at Los Alamos Little Theater.

    My name is Angela Warren and I am Caroline’s sister. I know that I’ve forgotten many of the details of the day of the murder, as I am sure so many of the other people who were there that day have.

  • Angela’s governess: Miss Williams

    I’m Margaret Williams (played by Claire Singleton), but everyone at Alderbury called me Miss Williams. I was Angela’s governess before my posting to the Belgian Embassy, when Angela went away to school.

  • Engineering the Golden Age of Green

    “The Next Frontier: Engineering the Golden Age of Green,” a new documentary describing solutions to problems of climate change, will be shown at 7 p.m. Thursday at PEEC, 3540 Orange St.  Brad Marshland, director and filmmaker, will be present to introduce the film and answer questions after the screening.
     “The Next Frontier” cuts through the debate about global warming and climate change.

  • Be There 12-28-10

    Thursday
    “The Next Frontier: Engineering the Golden Age of Green,” a documentary featuring American and European solutions to energy problems, will be screened at 7 p.m. at Pajarito Environmental Education Center, 3540 Orange St., The film will be introduced by the director and filmmaker, Brad Marshland. The event is free and open to the public, with donations welcome.
    Friday