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Today's News

  • Hilltoppers leave Bernalillo scoreless; prep football scores from around the state

     

    PREP FOOTBALL

    Los Alamos 38, Bernalillo 0

    Carrizozo 26, Magdalena 12

    Cleveland 42, Valley 0

    Clovis 33, Artesia 25

    Crownpoint 48, Wingate 0

    Dalhart, Texas 31, Clayton 0

    Dulce 28, Ramah 0

    Estancia 29, NMMI 27

    Farmington 35, Bloomfield 0

    Foothill 25, Animas 6

    Gateway Christian 48, Springer 6

    Goddard 26, Carlsbad 7

    Hagerman 26, Mescalero Apache 22

    Highland 64, Albuquerque High 6

    Hot Springs 19, Hatch Valley 9

    Laguna-Acoma 54, Zuni 7

  • Second semi crashes on N.M. 4

    So what are the odds? It was déjà vu all over again.

    Some might think there are better odds of winning the lottery than what happened on N.M. 4 Friday.

    But for the people that regularly use that route to the Jemez Mountains, this was no lottery.

    For the second time in two days, a semi truck, hauling crushed cars, crashed on N.M. 4 near mile marker 49.

    This time, Los Alamos Police Department Sgt. Jeremy Duran said, the accident was at the hair-pin curve right before the intersection of N.M. 4 and West Jemez Road.

    Duran, who did not have the police report available, said there were no injuries but it was the same company (BB Transport of Colorado) that owned the truck but it was a different driver.

  • Church Listings 10-07-11

    Baha’i Faith
    For information, e-mail losalamosla@gmail.com. For general information, call the Baha’i Faith phone at 1-800-228-6483.

    Bethlehem Lutheran
    Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church, a member of the ELCA, 2390 North Road, 662-5151; see a map at www.bethluth.com. Bruce Kuenzel, pastor. Worship services are at 8:15 a.m. and 10:45 a.m., with coffee and doughnuts served between services during our Education Hour. The preaching is biblical, the music is lively, children are welcome and abundant, and a well-staffed nursery is provided. All are welcome! Come Join the Family!
     
    Bryce Ave. Presbyterian

  • Defining the Orthodox Christian Church

    What is the Orthodox Christian Church? — George P.

    Multitudes of names for many differing Christian groups is a relatively recent development within Christianity. The ancient church was one community and thus needed one name — Christian. That one group exists today. The ancient church was founded by Christ and His Apostles and was established on Pentecost by the Holy Spirit. The ancient Christians received a lifestyle from Christ, not merely a new moral code; they believed particular things about God and their relationship with Him.

  • State Briefs 10-07-11

    Campaign contribution limits challenged

    SANTA FE — The state Republican Party, GOP legislators and others are asking a federal court to invalidate part of a newly imposed state law limiting certain campaign contributions.
    They filed a lawsuit Friday contending it’s unconstitutional to cap the amount that can be contributed to political parties and restrict how much they can give to local party organizations or candidates.
    The contribution limits were enacted in 2009 but took effect after last year’s general election. Previously, political committees and most candidates in New Mexico could accept contributions of any amount.

  • Update 10-07-11

    Council meeting

    The County Council will meet at 7 p.m., Oct. 11 for a special session in council chambers.

    LTAB meeting

    The Lodgers Tax Advisory Board will meet at 1 p.m. , Oct. 18 in the chamber conference room.

    Fundraiser canceled

    The Olions Dinner Theatre fundraising event scheduled for today at 5:30 p.m. has been canceled.

    Bond issue

    Kiwanis meets each Tuesday, noon to 1 p.m., at the Masonic Temple, on Sage near 15th and Canyon. On Oct. 11, Charmian Schaller, co-chairwoman of the Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos newsletter, will discuss the bond issue for the county swimming pool. 

    Ribbon cutting

  • Lab, subcontractors help flood-damaged Santa Clara Pueblo

    LANL and a consortium of major subcontractors, including EnergySolutions and Frank’s Supply Company, teamed to help Santa Clara Pueblo this week as families there struggle with the effects of flooding caused by the Las Conchas Fire.

    Two front-end loaders from EnergySolutions will help the Pueblo remove debris and mud from retention ponds and drainages. Without properly functioning flood controls, storm water simply flushes down canyon—taking trees, boulders, trash, and anything in its way.

  • LA opens district vs. Bernalillo tonight

    Last weekend was the most successful weekend District 2-4A’s football teams have had all season, making the start of the district season all the more interesting.

    After all five 2-4A teams got off to an unimpressive start to the season, three teams picked up victories in the final week before district play starts. Santa Fe, Bernalillo and Los Alamos are all going into the 2-4A season off of victories.

    Los Alamos’ victory may have been the most impressive, however, as it knocked off the Albuquerque Academy Chargers, No. 4 in Class 3A heading into last week’s game at Sullivan Field. Los Alamos gave up just 164 yards total offense and didn’t allow an Academy offensive score as it won 36-20.

  • T-Board Discusses Committee Changes

    The Transportation Board voiced a number of misgivings about the NM 502 Corridor Study Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) when Acting Assistant County Administrator Anne Laurent presented her report on changes to the committee.

    The county’s contract with MIG specified that it must seek input from a technical advisory committee for its corridor study. The committee was comprised of staff from the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), the Transportation Department, other county departments such as Community Development and representatives from stakeholders, including the fire department, Los Alamos National Laboratory, local businesses and citizens.

  • Tigers knock off Yankees in ALDS

    NEW YORK (AP) — Now the Detroit Tigers can believe anything is possible.
    They beat the New York Yankees in Game 5. At Yankee Stadium. Escaping jam after jam.
    Now it’s on to Texas, and the AL championship series starting Saturday night.
    “It’s a tremendous feeling,” Doug Fister said after getting the 3-2 win Thursday. “You got to take this thing one step at a time and try to just soak it all in as we go.”
    Fister, not even with the Tigers until July 30, gutted through five mostly tricky innings to form an unlikely trio of stars.