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Today's News

  • Be There 02-08-11

    Thursday
     Los Alamos Public Schools Superintendent Gene Schmidt and former teacher Kelly Myers will present the findings of almost a year-long effort on a long range planning report during the monthly League of Women Voters Lunch with a Leader meeting. The meeting will be from 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. at Central Avenue Grill. RSVP to League President Barbara Calef, 662-3825 or bfcalef@yahoo.com by Feb. 9.

    A Love Stinks party for teens ages 13-18 will be from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Mesa Public Library.

  • Learn to identify birds

    Pajarito Environmental Education Center has a birding class to help those curious about identifying birds. Local birder Dave Yeamans will give a beginning birding class at 7 p.m. Feb. 15 at the PEEC nature center, 3540 Orange Street.
    Those attending should come prepared with questions and bring binoculars, if possible. The cost is $10 for individuals or $20 per family, less for members of PEEC.
    The class will be about an hour, but will extend as long as people have questions.

  • Showing kindness goes a long way

    How are you feeling this week? The asset focus for today is asset #33, interpersonal competence. Do the youth in your life have the skill of empathy or well being for others?
    We found ourselves in a gas shortage last week. I’m wondering what did you do to make a difference for those that were suffering? Did you turn down the thermostat, take a shorter shower or cut down on anything?

  • Hauling out radioactive material

    A truck transports a bin of radioactive waste from DP Road last week.

  • State News at a Glance 02-08-11

    Efforts to undo emission rules stalled

  • Immigration rights supporters rally in NM

    SANTA FE — Immigrant rights supporters rallied at the Capitol on Monday against what they view as anti-immigrant policies of Republican Gov. Susana Martinez, including a directive that state law enforcement check the immigration status of criminal suspects.
    Waving placards and at one point chanting, “We are New Mexico,” protesters gathered outside of the Capitol just below the fourth floor offices of the governor.

  • Marchers seek to give a voice to NM families

    On Feb. 11 women and supporters from throughout New Mexico, representing many cultures and various socio-economic groups, will gather in Santa Fe to make their voices heard by lawmakers and Gov. Susana Martinez’s administration.
    The 1,000 Women March will begin at noon from the Railyard Park at Cerrillos Road and Guadalupe Street. Participants will march to the state capitol for a rally at the Roundhouse followed by a 2:30 p.m. press conference at the Rotunda.
    A group of organizers met this morning at El Parasol in Los Alamos to discuss the march.

  • Update 02-08-11

    P&Z meeting
    The planning and zoning commission will meet at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in council chambers.

    Library Board
    Los Alamos County Library Board will meet at 5:30 p.m. Monday at Mesa Public Library.

    APP Board meeting
    Los Alamos County Arts in Public Places Board will meet at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mesa Public Library’s meeting #1.

  • Police Beat 02-08-11

    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.

    Jan. 27

    9:50 a.m. – A 13-year-old Española boy reported being the victim of battery at Los Alamos Middle School.

    11a.m. – A 13-year-old Española boy was charged with battery of another 13-year-old Española boy just before school started at Los Alamos Middle School.

    Jan. 28

  • Small quake registered near Los Alamos again

    The U.S. Geological Survey registered a 2.7 earthquake with an epicenter located 15 miles south of Los Alamos, at 1:50 p.m. Monday.
    The exact location was 35.694°N, 106.288°W, which is also 20 miles south of Santa Fe and 45 miles north, northeast of Albuquerque.
    It was the second earthquake to be located in the area in the past two months.
    On Dec, 14, a quake of 2.9 was registered 40 miles northwest of Los Alamos, but Peter Roberts, the operator of the Los Alamos Laboratory seismic network, the quake was smaller and registered closer to 2.3.