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Today's News

  • Water leak at golf course

    County staff announced today that there is a water leak in a pressurized irrigation line at the Golf Course. The irrigation line, which serves the Golf Course south of Diamond Drive has been shut off and water trucks are being used to water the greens, tee boxes and fairways until irrigation service can be restored.

  • July 4 church fire still under investigation

    The July 4 fire that destroyed the chapel at the New Beginnings Church still is under investigation.

    That’s the latest from the Los Alamos County Fire Department, New Mexico State Fire Marshal Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

    All three organizations are still in the process of conducting an investigation into the origin and cause of the fire located at 112 East Rd at the New Beginnings Church.

    According to a LAFD press release, the fire is still classified as under investigation and information is still being gathered and processed.

  • Apple Sags As Consumers Buy Cheaper iPhones
  • Be There 07-25-12

    Today
    The Los Alamos Community of Atheists will host a discussion regarding the relationship between morals, ethics and atheism. The  meeting will be from 6:30-8 p.m. in room one of Mesa Public Library. All are welcome.

    Come hear about the recovery efforts in Haiti from 7-8 p.m. in the gathering space at Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church. A free-will offering will be taken to support the 2012 Carter Work Project and continued rebuilding in Haiti. Refreshments will be provided.

    Thursday

  • Legion Riders sponsor ‘Ma’s Ride’

    Diedra DeMello, a longtime Los Alamos resident passed away Saturday from cancer. The American Legion Riders will have a memorial ride that will include breakfast, a poker run to Cimarron and a steak dinner. Everyone is invited to any portion of — or the entire event.
    The proceeds will go toward returning “Ma” back to Los Alamos to be buried with her brother Pat Turner.
     The ride will start with a breakfast at 7 a.m. at the American Legion, 1325 Trinity Dr. The riders will leave at 8 a.m. on their way to Cimarron for lunch at the Express St. James hotel.

  • Thank You 07-25-12

    The Rotary Club of Los Alamos would like to thank the community for its tremendous support of the United Blood Services blood drive July 12-13 at the First Baptist Church. As part of the Rotary District 5520 Governor’s Challenge, our club partnered with the very capable members of the Civitans, under the direction of Luke Ney and with the Retired Seniors Volunteer Program, under the leadership of Irene Powell.  
    Although the need for blood does not decrease during the summer, the number of donors frequently does.  Local blood supplies can fall to dangerously low levels, creating a potential health crisis for accident victims, surgical and cancer patients and newborn babies.

  • Declare your dog a canine good citizen

    An individual’s home insurance rates may increase if they own pets. Some insurance companies are now requiring proof of pet breed, especially if they own a dog breed deemed “aggressive” or an exotic animal.
    Some agents and companies may even ask for pictures of the pets in order to finalize a rate.
    One way is to fight against this is to have a dog declared a “canine good citizen.”
    Started in 1989, the American Kennel Club’s Canine Good Citizen program focuses on teaching dogs to be well behaved at home and in the community.

  • Governor names new leader for National Guard

    SANTA FE (AP) — Gov. Susana Martinez on Tuesday named an Air Force National Guard colonel with more than 30 years of military experience to lead New Mexico’s Guard forces.
    Col. Andrew Salas will serve as the state’s adjutant general, succeeding Maj. Gen. Kenny Montoya, who resigned earlier this year to allow the Republican governor to select her own leader.
    Martinez described Salas as a diverse and well-rounded leader.

  • Shuffling at wildlife agency triggers concerns

    ALBUQUERQUE  (AP) — Environmentalists are concerned that reorganizing the New Mexico Game and Fish Department could spell trouble for the state’s nongame animals and programs aimed at conserving threatened and endangered species.
    Not so, the agency says.
    A lightning rod for controversy, the department is again sitting at the center of a longstanding debate over its mission and how it balances conservation and the interests of hunters and anglers whose license fees pay for much of the department’s work.

  • Local Courts: On the Docket 07-25-12

    July 16

    Brenda Griego was found guilty in Los Alamos Magistrate Court of speeding one to 10 mph over the speed limit. However, Judge Pat A. Casados deferred the sentence until Aug. 17.  If Griego fulfills all the terms and conditions of the sentence, the charge will be dismissed, though a record of the charge will still exist.
    Conditions include Griego notifying the court of any change of address within 48 hours and obeying all federal, state and local laws. Though the fines relating to the charge were dismissed, Griego was still ordered to pay $86 in court costs.
    July 17