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Today's News

  • Flash Flood Watch in effect through Sunday evening

    FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING...

    THE FLASH FLOOD WATCH CONTINUES FOR

    * A PORTION OF NORTH AND CENTRAL NEW MEXICO... INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING AREAS... EASTERN LINCOLN COUNTY... JEMEZ MOUNTAINS... RATON RIDGE/JOHNSON MESA... SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS... SOUTHERN SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS ABOVE 9500 FEET... SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS AND WEST SLOPES SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS.

    * STORMS CAPABLE OF HEAVY RAINFALL WILL BE A THREAT OVER WESTERN... CENTRAL... AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO THROUGH THIS EVENING AND AGAIN TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THE INCREASED THREAT FOR HEAVY RAIN IS DUE TO A SURGE OF MONSOON MOISTURE FROM THE SOUTHEAST AND SOUTH AS THE UPPER HIGH SHIFTS INTO NORTHWEST TEXAS.

  • Cone zone 8-14-11

     

    For more information about the projects listed below, please email lacpw@lacnm.us or call 662-8150.

     

    Diamond Drive
    Phase 4

  • Event supports Alzheimer's research

    Aging is a fact of life. Despite efforts to fight the process, it’s a futile struggle. Though retirement years are considered the “golden years,” many elderly — and even some younger people — are developing Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Bandelier comes back to life

    Rumors have been flying about Bandelier National Monument since the Las Conchas fire, including one that the park will remain closed for three years. Although some areas of the park may be closed that long, Public Information Officer Rod Torrez is quick to put that rumor at rest.

  • 'Toppers are tops!
  • Best of Best winners are doing what they love

    The Los Alamos County Fair offers residents a chance to share their passions with the community and receive some recognition for their talent.

     In addition to first through third place awards in each category, entrants compete for Reserve Grand Champion and Grand Champion. 

  • In search of a fire starter

    A group of scientists went on a field trip Friday.

    Their mission?

    Scientists from the Valles Caldera and the United States Geological Survey at Bandelier National Monument ventured into the forest near Las Conchas, and found the fallen Aspen tree that started the largest wildfire in state history. 

  • Letters to the editor 8-14-11

     

    As the seasonal fires die out, there is now time to ask: “Why?”  

    Why did another round of fires scar the southwest, causing untold loss and destruction of invaluable habitat?

    The answer is simple yet disturbing: our public lands have not been well managed.

  • Not much urgency seen

     

       

    Seven months after his nomination as Economic Development Secretary, four months after his boss and state lawmakers failed to make jobs a priority in the legislative session, and one month after the state posted the first pathetic job growth after 32 straight months of losses, Jon Barela is traveling the state to hold job creation meetings.

  • NCRTD's hum of change

     

       

    Anthony Mortillaro walked into the North Central Regional Transit district (“NCRTD”) May 8, 2011 and wheels started turning. Appointed Interim Executive Director after Josette Lucero retired from the NCRTD at the end of April; he immediately began to review policies and procedures and took time to visit with each member of the administrative staff.