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  • Fishing Report 03-16-12

    Northeast

     

    Charette Lakes: No report.

    Cimarron River: 3.6 cfs.  More open water but fishing still very slow.

    Clayton Lake: No report.

    Conchas Lake: Fishing for walleye is good at about 50-60 feet with minnows. White bass are also being caught; however fishing pressure is still very light.

    Costilla Creek: Still iced over.

    Coyote Creek: Creek is still iced over.

    Eagle Nest Lake: 15 inches of grainy ice. Warm weather this week may close the lake to ice fishing.  Fishing is good for yellow perch and rainbows with Power Bait and worms.

  • Ski Report 03-16-12

    Angel Fire

    47-inch base of machine-groomed snow. No new snow reported. 72 trails and 7 lifts open.

    Enchanted Forest

    20-inch base of packed powder. No new snow reported. 35 trails open.

    Pajarito

    44-inch base. No new snow reported. 33 trails and 3 lifts open.

    Red River

    50-inch base of spring conditions. No new snow reported. 57 trails and 7 lifts open.

    Sandia Peak

    34-inch base of spring conditions. No new snow reported. 34 trails and 5 lifts open.

    Sipapu

    49-inch base of spring conditions. No new snow reported. 41 trails and 5 lifts open.

    Ski Apache

  • Duke City Soccer League local results

    The Duke City Soccer League is in full swing for the spring 2012 season. Los Alamos is well represented in the DCSL.
    Here are the results from some of the Los Alamos teams playing in the league:

    During the week of Feb.27, Los Alamos’ girls U13 Kixx 99 beat the Classic FC Titans 2-1 in a  
    relegation match to move up into the Challenge One bracket.
    Goals for the Kixx were scored by Sienna Ahlers and Kayla Parker, while the win was secured through solid  midfielding by Rachel Thoma and Alix Hailey and a strong defense led by  Claire Ticknor and Ashley Logan.  
    Also that weekend, the U12 Kixx 2000 defeated the  Classic FC Tamales 1-0.

  • Lockhart wins Level 5 crown

    Los Alamos School of Gymnastics Atomic Tumblers’ Elizabeth Lockhart took all-around gold in the senior age division of New Mexico compulsory state championships Feb. 25-26.
    Lockhart, who competes in Level 5, picked up an all-around score of 36.125 to earn her second straight state title. Lockhart won the Level 4 state title one year ago.
    To earn the state championship, Lockhart medaled in all four events, taking first on vault (9.10), second on balance beam (8.90) and third on both the parallel bars (9.20) and floor exercise (8.925).
    Also for LASG, Ramya Stevens earned a bronze for her balance beam routine (9.00) and placed sixth overall (33.875).

  • Heavy demand expected as iPad goes on sale Friday

    NEW YORK (AP) — Let the wild rumpus start.

    The customary storefront crowds are expected to gather as Apple's latest iPad goes on sale Friday. Long lines are likely even though customers could have ordered the new tablet computer ahead of time for first-day home delivery.

    The third version of Apple's iPad will be available in the U.S. and nine other countries beginning at 8 a.m. local time. The new model comes with a faster processor and a much sharper screen. It also boasts an improved camera, similar to that of the latest iPhone.

  • CBO: Obama budget produces 2013 deficit of $977B

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A new analysis of President Barack Obama's budget for next year says the deficit scenario isn't as rosy as the White House painted it.

    Friday's Congressional Budget Office report said Obama's budget would produce a $977 billion deficit next year — $75 billion more than predicted by the White House.

    The nonpartisan CBO said Obama's budget office consistently overestimates tax revenues over the coming decade. CBO predicts revenues on average that are about $120 billion less each year than predicted by the White House.

  • North Korea plans to launch long-range rocket

    PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korea announced plans Friday to blast a satellite into space on the back of a long-range rocket, a surprise move that could jeopardize a weeks-old agreement with the U.S. exchanging food aid for nuclear concessions.

  • Fact check on the campaign trail

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Rick Santorum says oil drillers in the Gulf of Mexico are being slammed by "worse and worse and worse" delays in getting federal approval even as gas prices go through the roof. Actually, the wait for permits is getting better and better. Newt Gingrich boasts that small donors are powering his Republican presidential campaign. In reality, one deep-pocketed financial angel and other big money people have been doing loads of heavy lifting, too.

  • VIDEO: Today in History for Friday, March 16th
  • Raw Video: Tornado Moves Through Michigan

    Several houses were damaged and at least two destroyed in one southeastern Michigan community after a tornado touched down Thursday. A heavy storm system of rain, hail and high winds that swept through Dexter.