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Today's News

  • Future leaders discuss youth issues

    During a recent Leadership Los Alamos session, Ken Bigley of Bandelier National Monument and Agatha Marquez of  Holiday Inn Express discuss youth issues and possible solutions with other class members and several youths from Los Alamos and Española. Sharon Stover and Police Chief Wayne Torpy co-chaired the session.  For more information about this or next year’s Leadership Los Alamos program, call 930-1200.

  • Just A Wag 01-21-11

    Bob’s Bodacious is sold
    Owners Liz and Bob  Carlson have sold Bob’s Bodacious BBQ in the Hilltop Shopping Center on Arkansas Street to Pam and Frank Good of Florida.  
               
    LA to get more cultural
    Members from the Cultural Planning Group are concluding three days of meetings with local art organizations and anticipate creating a local cultural plan by late February.
              
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  • Martin Luther King Jr.'s daughter won't lead SCLC

    ATLANTA (AP) — The Rev. Bernice King said Friday she will not assume the presidency of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, the civil rights group co-founded by her father more than 50 years ago.

  • Rep. Giffords leaves Tucson for rehab in Houston

    TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Rep. Gabrielle Giffords left a Tucson hospital Friday and is being flown to a Houston rehabilitation center for her next steps in her recovery, less than two weeks after the congresswoman was shot in the head.

    Well-wishers holding flags and signs that read "Get well Gabby" lined the ambulance's route between the hospital and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, where Giffords was loaded on a specially outfitted jet.

  • Obama seeks to highlight nation's econ potential

    SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (AP) — President Barack Obama is touting America's business potential in an upstate New York speech, while a new poll shows more than half of Americans disapprove of how he's handled the economy during his first two years in office.

  • Baseball: Hearing over evidence in Bonds perjury trial

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The refusal of a convicted steroids dealer to testify at Barry Bonds' perjury trial has already left the prosecution without key evidence, and the defense wants even more of it barred.

    Just how much damage Greg Anderson's decision to go to prison on contempt charges rather than testify against the baseball slugger will be determined at two pivotal court hearings over the next month.

  • 127 charged in Northeast Mafia crackdown

    NEW YORK (AP) — For nearly 30 years, federal authorities say, reputed gangster Bartolomeo Vernace got away with murder.

    They say the bloodshed — a double slaying at the Shamrock Bar in Queens — was all over a spilled drink.

  • Pakistani tribesmen rally against US drone strikes

    MIRAN SHAH, Pakistan (AP) — Some 2,000 people in a Taliban-controlled region of northwest Pakistan demonstrated Friday against American missile attacks pounding the area, calling for an end to the strikes and the arrest of the U.S. officials behind them.

  • Post card from NM arrives 52 years late

    MACON, Ga. (AP) — Wilmer Bragg Jr. sent his family in Macon a post card from New Mexico in 1958. He beat it home by more than half a century.

    The 5-cent card, displaying a picture from inside Carlsbad Caverns, was postmarked Nov. 10, 1958 from Whites City, N.M. and was addressed to Bragg's wife, Sarah, and daughter, Beverly.

  • Bingaman sees continued NM gain from federal money

    SANTA FE (AP) — New Mexico will continue to receive an economic boost from federal spending despite expected cuts by Congress in governmental programs, U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman said Thursday.

    The New Mexico Democrat delivered the message to lawmakers during a speech to a joint session of the House and Senate.