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Today's News

  • Revisiting Petticoat Junction

    A horse is a horse, of course of course, and no one can talk to a horse, of course, and you’re definitely showing your age if you recognize that rhyme.  You also watched way too much television as a child if you can now hear the tune playing in your head.  
    Yes, those were the days, back when dudes like Balaam debated angelic responsibilities with creatures of the genus Equus.  I find it oddly comforting to think back to a time when audiences could be entertained by a talking horse.

  • Religion listing 10-15-10

    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

  • Bible Answers 10-15-10

    “I’ve heard recently of something called a ‘generational curse.’  Is it true that my life will inevitably bear the penalty for the sins of my forebears?” — Gail

  • Be There 10-15-10

    Saturday
    Children’s Montessori Preschool will host its second annual Fall Fest “Fun”raiser from 9-11 a.m. at 1060 Nugget St. Fun will include a Halloween costume sale, arts and crafts booths, carnival games and a bounce house. All proceeds from this event will go to the CMPS Scholarship fund. For more information, call 661-4018.

  • Clinton stumps for Denish

    ESPANOLA — A line of people slowly began to snake its way along Hill Street near the Plaza de Española Thursday afternoon, hours in advance of President Bill Clinton’s appearance at the Diane Denish/Brian Colón rally. Though 5,000 tickets were distributed, 3,000-4,000 people showed up to the event.

  • Council candidates tackle local economic issues

    Economic issues were the focus for Los Alamos County Council candidates as they shared their ideas and thoughts during a forum Thursday night at the Los Alamos Research Park.

    Debbie Gill, Geoff Rodgers, Ken Johnson, Jim Hall, Fran Berting and Ron Selvage attended the forum, which the Los Alamos Monitor and the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce sponsored. Candidate, Betty Ann Gunther was unable to attend.

    The questions, which the public submitted, ranged from how to use the county’s reserves to how the county could be friendlier to businesses.

  • School rises from ashes

    Students asre preparing to enter Quemazon Montessori for the first time since an out of control minivan careened into its front wall and exploded into flames seven months ago.
    No one was injured when the school, nestled among the pines at 4600 Esperanza in Quemazon, burned to its frame March 25.
    “The building is finished and right now we’re moving in furniture and a lot of landscaping is going on,” owner Tammie Tucker said. “We are so excited to be back and I do want to thank the community for being so supportive.”

  • Update 10-15-10

    Candidate picnic
    The Democratic Party of Los County is sponsoring a Meet the Candidate Picnic from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Urban Park. Everyone is welcome. Food and drinks will be provided.
     
    Applications being accepted
    Los Alamos County is currently accepting applications for the
    following boards or commissions:
    •Parks and Recreation Board,
    •Lodger’s Tax Advisory Board (lodging industry representative),
    •Fuller Lodge Historic Districts Advisory Board, and

  • Tea partiers a factor in Congressional races

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Doubters who thought the tea party would fade away can forget it. More than 70 of its favored candidates are on Nov. 2 ballots, and nearly three dozen are locked in competitive House races, according to a state-by-state analysis by The Associated Press.

  • Iran will be ready to resume nuclear talks soon

    BRUSSELS (AP) — Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said on Friday that Tehran was ready to resume talks about its nuclear program with the international community within a matter of weeks.

    "From our point of view October or November is a good time for the re-establishment of negotiations," Mottaki said.