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Today's News

  • Science Bowl champs

    The Los Alamos High School Science Bowl team again won first place in the Regional Science Bowl held Saturday, on the Albuquerque Academy campus.
    Approximately 28 teams from New Mexico high schools competed in the regional event.
    Launched in 1991, the Science Bowl is a highly competitive science education and academic event among teams of high school students who compete in a fast-paced verbal forum to solve technical problems and answer questions in all branches of science and math.
    Each team is composed of four students, one alternate student, and a coach.

  • Challenges remain for sustainability

    Los Alamos County is learning it isn’t easy being green as it grapples with the challenges of implementing environmentally sustainable practices.
    The county’s new hybrid refuse truck is one of those challenges. During a sustainable town hall meeting Saturday at Crossroads Bible Church, Tom Nagawiecki, environmental services specialist, said the county is experiencing problems with the truck.
    “We have not achieved the fuel efficiency levels we were suppose to achieve,” he told the Los Alamos Monitor Monday.

  • Update 03-08-11

    LA County Arts
    Los Alamos County Arts in Public Places Board will meet at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mesa Public Library. Agenda items include electing new officers.

    School Board meeting
    The Los Alamos Public Schools Board of Education will hold its regular meeting at 5 :30 p.m Tuesday in Building #1, Pajarito Cliffs Site.

    CMRR update
    A CMRR update will be at
    6:30 p.m. Thursday at Fuller Lodge for the public.

     PEEC offers new class

  • Indictments issued in drivers license scheme

    SANTA FE – Four illegal foreign nationals, including the ring leader who is accused of charging $6,000 per individual to fraudulently obtain a New Mexico driver’s license, have been indicted on felony criminal charges.
    This is the sixth incident in the last seven months involving criminal operators bringing out-of-state illegal immigrants to New Mexico for the sole purpose of obtaining a license.
    A Santa Fe grand jury last week returned indictments against ring leader Siraj A. “Sunny” Poonawala, 55.

  • A new shipment for Starbucks

    A truck delivers a new shipment of inventory to Starbucks Monday afternoon.

  • Short circuiting the process

    Little girls in flamenco costumes filled a ladies room in the state capitol one day last week, primping before they danced in the rotunda, a gentle appeal to preserve funding for arts and culture.
    These diminutive, ruffled lobbyists are one of many such waves coursing through the Roundhouse, all with a message. They’re the backdrop to a lot of political theater and explain, in part, the meltdown we saw last week in the house and its precedent-setting outcome.

  • Football: NFL, union meet again Tuesday

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Working to figure out how to divide about $9 billion in annual revenues, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, union executive director DeMaurice Smith and their negotiating teams were at a federal mediator’s office Tuesday for a 13th day of labor talks.
    New York Giants owner John Mara and Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen were also in attendance.

  • Basketball: Class 4A girls tourney continues today

    Only one of three District 2AAAA teams remained alive in the Class 4A state girls basketball tournament bracket heading into today’s quarterfinal round.
    Española Valley’s Sundevils, the No. 4 seed in the tournament, were scheduled to take on the Grants Pirates at 4:45 at The Pit in Albuquerque.

  • Sports update 03-08-11

    Isotopes ticket sales, National Anthem tryouts are March 12

    Albuquerque Isotopes’ single game tickets for the 2011 regular season, as well as the Triple-A championship game, will go on sale March 12.
    Along with the start of single game ticket sales, the Isotopes will host their annual open house, Select-A-Seat promotion and auditions to sing the National Anthem.
    Isotopes Park opens at 10 a.m. that day.

  • Snow-ball

    Baseball season has started in Los Alamos, which means it’s time for snow. Hilltopper manager Mike Gill (center) and first base coach Jeff Walterscheid check out the accumulation from Monday afternoon’s storm, which nixed the scheduled game at Bomber Field against Pojoaque. No make-up date has been announced.