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  • Bazaar offers children a unique shopping experience

    Various arts and craft fairs and shopping opportunities are held during the holiday season where adults can find gifts, but what about children? Shopping opportunities that are kid-friendly can be somewhat of a challenge. Luckily, Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church has a solution.
    The Children’s Christmas Bazaar, which will be from 9 a.m.-noon Dec. 4 in TOTH’s Kelly Hall, 3900 Trinity Dr., is specifically provided for children in Kindergarten-6th grade.

  • Pony Club needs auction items

    The Los Alamos Pony Club will have a silent auction fundraising event on Dec. 5 in conjunction with the 12th annual Luminaria Walk at the Los Alamos Stables.
    The group is in the process of collecting auction items for the event and would like to request assistance in making the auction a success by donating an item, gift certificate or money for purchasing auction items.

  • Leadership Los Alamos focuses on education

    The 2010 class of Leadership Los Alamos held its Education Session on Nov. 12. The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos hosted the session. The Leadership Los Alamos program is nine months in duration and program sessions are designed to address current issues facing the community.
    The education session focused on how education is in a constant state of evolution. Speakers addressed local, statewide and national issues, as well as how community involvement can drive educational opportunity.

  • Former LANL director gets inside new NKorean uranium enriching facility

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — In secret and with remarkable speed, North Korea has built a new, highly sophisticated facility to enrich uranium, according to an American nuclear scientist, raising fears that the North is ramping up its atomic program despite international pressure.

  • House Democrats stick with Lujan for speaker

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — House Democrats are retaining their top leadership and sticking with Ben Lujan of Santa Fe as their nominee to become speaker of the House.

    The 37-member Democratic caucus selected their leadership team Saturday during a closed-door meeting in the Capitol.

    Lujan overcame a challenge from Joseph Cervantes of Las Cruces.

    Besides Lujan, Democrats voted to keep W. Ken Martinez of Grants as majority floor leader and Sheryl Williams Stapleton of Albuquerque as majority whip.

  • It’s a whole new hoop game

    Things are going to be considerably different around the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys basketball program for the 2010-11 season.
    With several noticeable absences from last season, hardly the least of which is the 6 foot, 11 inch frame of its star center, Los Alamos will have its first chance to see how the changes are taking shape Tuesday night.
    The Hilltoppers will open their 2010-11 campaign Tuesday on the road when they travel to the Four Corners area. They will square off at 7 p.m. against the Kirtland Central Broncos.

  • Snazzy new tools enhance students’ learning experience

    Teachers from around northern New Mexico have worked to make their classrooms technologically advanced and they shared their efforts on Nov. 6  at UNM-LA. 
    It was a follow-up session to  the 21st Century Classroom workshop that was held July 19-22 at UNM-LA.

  • Parent questions search policy

     A parent expressed concern Thursday that her child, who attends Los Alamos High School, has been called into the principal’s office and “frisked” four times this year. After the third incident, she requested the school notify her in advance of any further frisking.

  • Sanchez in Los Alamos, part of whirlwind tour

    Lt. Gov.-Elect John Sanchez was on a mission Thursday to gather Los Alamos business concerns to take back to Gov. Elect Susana Martinez.

    “We’re excited about rolling up our sleeves,” Sanchez said.

    A number of local business owners and managers assembled with Sanchez in council chambers and they weren’t shy about voicing their concerns. Chopping programs to balance the state’s estimated $450 million deficit was a major issue on the minds of educators at the meeting.