.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Riders bid farewell to the Tacos

    Carl Maier of White Rock and Karen Humphrey of Los Alamos were among the Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapter F invited to the recent New Mexico Air National Guard’s 150th Fighter Wing’s Heritage Day at Kirtland Air Force Base.  
    Chapter members provided a motorcycle for this final family event sponsored by the squadron, to bid farewell to the remaining F16s and the Air Guard who fly them. Members of Chapters F and W displayed their bikes and promoted motorcycle safety and riding gear.   

  • PEEC offers four kids clubs

    Have you heard about “green hours,” where families get outdoors and enjoy nature, with kids taking the lead on where to go and what to do? PEEC wants kids of all ages to take an active interest in the world of nature.  

  • Be There 09-30-10

    Today
    NJROTC will serve a full meal including barbecue brisket, potato salad, a vegetable, a roll, drink and dessert from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Posse Shack. $10 per plate.

    Agatha Christie, noted author of murder mystery novels and plays, has been honored this month in Great Britain and elsewhere on the 120th anniversary of her birth. The Los Alamos Little Theatre will pay its homage with auditions for the Christie play, “Go Back for Murder,” scheduled for 7:15 p.m. Oct. 3 and Oct. 4 at the theatre, 1670 Nectar St.
    Friday

  • Dancing the night away

  • Knowing your customer is critical with big ticket products

    A business trying to market an industrial product has a smaller customer base than one selling mass-market products, which means the entrepreneur must capitalize on each sales opportunity by investing in market research.
    Industrial customers do not buy on whim and generally have a structured buying process. An entrepreneur with a product he believes customers will want needs to know what problems potential customers must solve and how they’re currently solving them.

  • Budget crimps visionary purchases

    In 1920, two ranchers completed a dam on the Cimarron River and created Eagle Nest Lake, jewel of the Moreno Valley. By 1990, the Lake’s private owners, the Davis family, wanted to sell. They had generously allowed public use of the lake, but they were ready to shed the responsibility.
    Of course, they had no shortage of offers – every resort and condo developer in the region beat a path to their door – but they preferred to sell it to the state to ensure the public’s continued access.

  • Golf tourney benefits United Way

    Mark Karaffa of Los Alamos Medical Center and United Way Board vice chair, presents a check to United Way of Northern New Mexico Executive Director Donna Schroeder (left) while Katy Korkos, Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce member services coordinator and United Way Campaign Chair and Kevin Holsapple, executive director of Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation look on. The $5,300 check was raised through a golf tournament held Sept. 17 to benefit the United Way of Northern New Mexico. It was presented during the FAN Club event Wednesday night at the Chamber office.

  • AP Sources: Emanuel leaving White House on Friday

    CHICAGO (AP) — Rahm Emanuel will resign as White House chief of staff on Friday and will begin his campaign for Chicago mayor by meeting with voters in the city on Monday, two sources familiar with Emanuel's plans said.

    The two people, who spoke Thursday on condition of anonymity because they did not want to pre-empt Emanuel's announcement, said he will return to Chicago over the weekend and begin touring neighborhoods Monday.

    "He intends to run for mayor," one of the people told The Associated Press.

  • Football: Boise State's Venable out for half a game vs. NMSU

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Third-ranked Boise State will be without starting linebacker/safety Winston Venable for the first half of this weekend's game against New Mexico State.

    Venable was suspended Wednesday for half a game by Western Athletic Conference Commissioner Karl Benson for a "flagrant foul" against Oregon State's James Rodgers in the Broncos' 37-24 win last Saturday.

  • Rain pounds NC as storm moves up the East Coast

    WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — Driving rain from a storm system moving up the East Coast brought flooding to parts of North Carolina on Thursday, caused soggy morning commutes in the Northeast and prompted worries of additional flooding as far north as Maine.

    Tornado watches were issued from North Carolina to New Jersey.