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Today's News

  • Update 11-23-10

    Boys basketball schedule, roster

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper boys basketball team opens its 2010-11 season tonight at Kirtland Central.
    Tonight marks the head coaching debut of Matt King, who takes over for Alan Kirk, who resigned this spring.
    Los Alamos’ home opener is scheduled for Saturday against Piedra Vista.
    Here is the current roster and schedule for the Hilltopper boys basketball team:

    Roster

    Head coach: Matt King (first season)

  • Cross country: LA boys 9th, girls 14th at regional meet

    Members of the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys cross country team finished in ninth place at this weekend’s regional championship meet.
    The Nike Cross Southwest Regional Championship was held Saturday in Mesa, Ariz. Both Los Alamos teams qualified for the meet. The top two teams at the regional meet earned automatic bids to the Nike Cross Nationals, which will be held in Portland, Ore., Dec. 4.

  • Don’t get burned when trying to buy firewood

    Cooler temperatures and the smell of wood burning in stoves across New Mexico is a sure sign that fall is here and winter is right around the corner.
    “This time of year the temperature drops fast once the sun goes down, which means tens of thousands of New Mexicans will turn to their  woodstoves to help heat their homes,” said Noreen Jaramillo, New Mexico Department of Agriculture public information officer.
    “But residents need to be careful who they buy their wood from. If they aren’t, they could lose money.”  

  • Update 11-23-10

    Toys for Tots

    Help the U.S. Marines by donating new, unwrapped toys for their toy drive. Items may be dropped off at “R” wing of Los Alamos High School, in the NJROTC building by Dec. 3.

    Closed council session

    The Los Alamos County Council will host a closed session at 5 p.m. Dec. 2 in the county attorney’s conference room to discuss limited personnel matters and threatened or pending litigation.

  • Thank you

    2010 Pumpkin Glow thank you

    On behalf of the Los Alamos Arts Council, I would like to thank the community for coming out and supporting the Pumpkin Glow. The LAAC would not be able to produce this event without the help of the following people: Lori Dauelsberg, Lisa Lloyd, Joan Williams, Suzanne Johnston and the board of the Los Alamos Arts Council.

  • Be There 11-23-10

    Thursday
    The American Legion Post 90 will host this year’s Community Thanksgiving Meal. Dine on a traditional Thanksgiving meal from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at the American Legion located at 1325 Trinity, that will include oven-roasted turkey, ham, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce and a dinner roll. The meal also includes a choice of apple or pumpkin pie. The meal is free, but any donations received will be used to support veterans’ activities. For more information call 662-7772.
    Dec. 3

  • Nominate a living treasure

  • Scouts camp out

    Scouts and leaders from Boy Scout Troop 122 at the top of the Mitchell Trail in September, after spending the night in Guaje Canyon. From left to right, Justin Holmes, Dylan Hite, Christopher Bond, Steve Mosier, Nikolas Torgerson, Trip Haynes and Alan Bond.

  • A new ‘START’ for women all around the world

    The so-called New START, the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia, is poised for an historic ratification vote in the Senate this year. Three more major international treaties are also lined up on President Obama’s ratification to-do list: the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, and CEDAW, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.
    CEDAW is a landmark international agreement that affirms principles of fundamental human rights and equality for women and girls around the world.

  • A tough task indeed

    There is no doubt that Governor-elect Susana Martinez faces a difficult task. Not only does she have to put together an administration to operate (and hopefully improve) New Mexico’s sprawling government, she now faces a $450 million deficit that must be dealt with in the next legislative session.