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Today's News

  • Keep your eyes on the road

    If you have texted, made a phone call or fiddled with your radio while driving recently, chances are your actions were noted and recorded as part of a research project.

    In April, members of Los Alamos Youth Leadership’s Team Grr took to the streets to find out how many drivers were distracted while traversing the streets in Los Alamos. 

  • Doris Wilhelm

    DORIS WILHELM

    Doris Jean Wilhelm was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., passed away May 10 in Albuquerque. Doris was a long time resident of White Rock and worked for many years as an administrative clerk for the Los Alamos National Laboratories. She is preceded in death by her husband Richard Wilhelm and sister Jane Florence King.

  • O’Donnell hopes to raise awareness with ‘Bully’

    Jim O’Donnell of the Reel Deal Theater hopes to see a little more foot traffic this weekend in his efforts to produce change, with the movie, “Bully.”

    “I think the message of ‘Bully’ is one that has needed to be brought to the forefront for a long time,” O’Donnell said. “When I was growing up, to be bullied or be the bully was the norm. It was terrible.”

  • Edna E. Marx

    Edna E. Marx

    On May 8, Edna E. Marx passed away at the age of 91 at Los Alamos Medical Center. Edna was born Aug. 9, 1920 in Arena, Wis., as the only child of Oran McIntosh and Charlotte Porter. 

  • Adra Gettemy

    Adra Gettemy

    March 1, 1915 — April 8, 2012

    HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY — In Loving Memory

  • Donald Keigher

        Donald Keigher

  • Heinrich speaks out on CMRR

        Rep. Martin Heinrich (D-NM) sits on the House Armed Services Committee and he offered his take on the two amendments proposed by Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) this week concerning the Chemistry Metallurgy Research Replacement facility that is in the process of being shelved at Los Alamos National Lab.

  • New pub and grill preps to open on the Hill -- updated

    The dearth of late-night dining and entertainment venues in Los Alamos may be about to change if a group of local entrepreneurs has anything to say about it.

    “We’re pretty excited,” local entrepreneur Patrick Mockler-Wood said.

    The southeast corner of the Mari-Mac Center next to Trinity Drive in the old Blockbuster will be the home of new restaurant, Pajarito Brewpub and Grill.

    “It’s one of the most passed stores in Los Alamos,” he said. “Anyone coming in and out of town has passed the spot.”

    Mockler-Wood said the restaurant and bar has been his dream since he moved back to Los Alamos in 2007.

  • LA takes early lead after day one

    ALBUQUERQUE - The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls track and field team has the early lead following the first day of competition at the state Class 4A meet.
    Los Alamos picked up 25 points to hold on to first place in team competition Friday. There are still some teams within striking distance heading into today's competition, notably Aztec (17.5 points), Roswell (14.5 points) and Los Lunas (14 points).
    Late Friday, following a nearly two hour weather delay, Los Alamos star Chase Ealey picked up her second individual victory, winning the state title in the javelin.
    Ealey, who won the javelin last year, threw 129 feet, besting her main competitor for the title, Michelle Traynham of Valencia. Traynham finished second with 122-6.

  • Ala. Boy Charged in Death of Girl Found Hanged

    A 9-year-old Alabama girl was found hanged from a tree with an old tire swing rope, deliberately, authorities say, by her 14-year-old half-brother who was charged with murder. At least one neighbor is stunned by the allegations.