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Today's News

  • Developers pull plans for New Mexico scientific ghost town

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The company behind plans to build a scientific ghost town says it is pulling out of a deal to develop the make-believe city near Hobbs.

    Pegasus Global Holdings in May announced with much fanfare its selection of a 15-square mile site in Hobbs and Lea County near the Texas border for development of the Center for Innovation, Technology and Testing. Officials said they had hoped to break ground by the end of June.

  • Today in History for July 14th
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  • NM delegation seeks help for Santa Clara Pueblo

    SANTA CLARA PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) — Members of New Mexico's congressional delegation are calling on Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and federal emergency managers to release funding to help prevent more flooding at Santa Clara Pueblo.

    Tribal officials were forced to issue another disaster declaration this week following flooding along Santa Clara Creek.

    The pueblo is located to the northeast of the Las Conchas burn scar.

  • Regional Coalition appoints executive director, names officers

    The Regional Coalition of LANL Communities announced today it has contracted with the MVM Group to Provide Executive Director services to help move the coalition forward.

    The MVM Group is a strategic consulting firm focused on the intersection of business strategy, public policy and reputation management.

    Partners DeAnza Valencia Sapien, Yasine Mogharreban Armstrong and Lillian Montoya-Rael lead the firm.

    Sapien, a New Mexico attorney, will assume lead role of Executive Director for the Coalition.

  • Storm water monitoring

    Erin English (right) and two others check out posters at the LANL stormwater permit meeting Thursday night in Pojoaque. English, who works for Biohabitats in Santa Fe, was one of five speakers at the event. She talked about green infrastructure and low impact development. For more on the meeting, check out next week’s Los Alamos Monitor.

  • Nominations sought for Public Service Awards

    There’s still time to nominate an exceptional person for the Governor’s New Mexico Distinguished Public Service Awards for this year’s program.
    About 10 to 12 honorees are typically selected and celebrated at an awards banquet Nov. 1 at the Marriott Pyramid in Albuquerque.
    Maj. Gen. Garrett Harencak, in charge of the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center at Kirtland Air Force Base, has confirmed as the keynote speaker.
     The Nuclear Weapons Center is the steward and logistics manager for the Air Force’s nuclear arsenal. Its job is to ensure the availability of safe, secure and reliable nuclear weapons to the Air Force’s Global Strike Command if, when and where they might be needed.

  • Molecules exhibit switch ‘handedness’ at speed of light

    A multi-institutional team of researchers including scientists with Los Alamos National Laboratory (of the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration) has created the first artificial molecules whose chirality can be rapidly switched from a right-handed to a left-handed orientation with a beam of light on them.
    Switchable molecules hold possibilities for the application of terahertz technologies across a wide range of fields, including biomedical research, homeland security and ultrahigh-speed communications.

  • Two bucks to go

    This photo of two bucks was taken at the corner of 47th Street and Trinity Drive.

  • Update 07-13-12

    Court closed

    The Los Alamos Municipal Court will be closed July 18-20 for staff to attend training.  Payments due during this period may be mailed to Los Alamos Municipal Court, 2500 Trinity Dr, Ste C, Los Alamos, N.M. 87544 or some payments may be paid online at citepayusa.com.  The court will re-open at 8 a.m., July 23.

    Chamber FAN Club

    The July FAN Club will be hosted by Tasty Creations by Jarda for chamber members.
    Private Chef/Caterer Jarda Belmonte will host the event from 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Chamber of Commerce, 109 Central Park Square.

    County Council

    The Los Alamos County Council will meet at 7 p.m. July 24 in council chambers.

    Correction