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Today's News

  • New Mexico artists needed for project

    SANTA FE —New Mexico-based artists and artisans are invited to submit proposals for special commemorative pieces for the upcoming statehood Centennial.
    A wide range of artistic media will be considered, including glassware, jewelry, basketry, pottery and fiber arts (both wearable and decorative). The New Mexico Centennial should inspire the work.  

  • Out and about 11-11-10

    Los Alamos Galleries

    Fall Fiber & Fashion will be on display through Nov. 13. Chimayó artist Theresa Montoya will show her retablos in the Portal Gallery.

    Art openings

    Twelve artists will exhibit their art to include: jewelry, glass, ceramics, sculpture and mixed media in a group show. The artists reception will be from 5-8:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Weyrich Gallery/The Rare Vision Galerie, 2935 D Louisiana Blvd. NE, Albuquerque. For more information call 505-883-7410.

    Talks

  • NM budget deficit at $450M

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The top financial official in Gov. Bill Richardson's administration estimates New Mexico faces a budget shortfall of at least $450 million next year, which is larger than previously projected.

    The worsening budget outlook adds to the problems confronting Republican Gov.-elect Susana Martinez, who takes office in January.

  • Ice Rink gets ready for the winter season

    The Los Alamos County Ice Rink has gained a lot of notoriety. Not only is it one-of-a-kind – the local rink is the only refrigerated, outdoor ice arena in the state – but it has appeared on the big screen. The rink was featured in the movies “Brothers” as well as “Let Me In.”

  • LANL hires counterintelligence chief

    Daniel Lee Cloyd has been named as leader of the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Office of Counterintelligence starting January 2011.  
    Cloyd has most recently served as assistant director of the Counterintelligence Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters.
    Cloyd brings to Los Alamos 25 years of FBI experience in counterintelligence (including cyber counterintelligence), counterespionage, counterterrorism, counterproliferation, intelligence, and law enforcement.

  • A soldier’s perspective

    Having served three tours of duty in the Middle East, a soldier who attended Mountain Elementary School as a child has re-enlisted, knowing full well a fourth tour is imminent.
    “Nobody likes being away from home for so long at a time, however, to help countries that need our assistance and to see the progress we’ve made is satisfying,” said Sgt. Eric Williams of the U.S. Army.

  • Muni building vote in question

    Local attorneys Christine and George Chandler filed a complaint for injunctive relief against the Los Alamos County Council, with a request for a preliminary injunction to stop the impending municipal building election until a judge hears the complaint on its merits. 

  • Volleyball: Pojoaque wins pool, advances to quarterfinals

    The Pojoaque Elks volleyball team emerged as the top team out of the Class AAA pool play Thursday morning.

    The Elks, the defending Class AAA champions and the No. 1-seeded team in the tournament, topped Silver and Las Vegas Robertson in pool play Thursday morning. The Elks advance to play the winner between Ruidoso and Shiprock Friday morning.

    The Class AAA tournament is being played at the Star Center in Rio Rancho.

    Other pool winners in that tournament include St. Michael's, Portales and Hatch Valley.

  • Fed bond-buying plan is raising trade tensions

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve's plan to buy more Treasury bonds has incited critics at home to complain of inevitable high inflation and financial turmoil.

    It turns out many foreigners are pretty angry, too. They say the Fed's $600 billion program is a scheme to give U.S. exporters an unfair edge — one that endangers the global economy.

  • Gov. Richards suspends executive branch hiring

    SANTA FE – Gov. Bill Richardson recently announced he is suspending all Executive Branch hiring for the remainder of the year.
    Gov. Richardson is suspending all hiring during the transition.
    He will leave office Dec. 31 and the administration of Gov.-elect Susana Martinez will take over in the New Year.