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Today's News

  • Otowi Station celebrates Author Fest, the sequel

    To celebrate the authors of Los Alamos, Otowi Station Bookstore and Science Museum Shop announces AuthorFest: the Sequel, from 4-7:30 p.m. Nov. 5 at Otowi Station. Local authors will sign their books and discuss their work with readers.
    Authors of children’s books will sign books after school from 4-5:30 p.m. and authors of books for young adults and adults will sign from 5:30-7:00 p.m.

  • Olions perform 'An Enemy of the People'

    The Olions Thespian Club is performing Henrik Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People,” as their fall play this year.
    This show is a drama about a man who discovers that the springs at the health institute they have built are poisoning the visitors. In his attempt to prove that the discoveries he has made are true, and that the threats are serious, he realizes that the majority would rather destroy the truth than lose the business that the springs are bringing.

  • Brown Bag concert features students

    The Brown Bag Concert on Wednesday will feature students who are auditioning at the state conference of the Professional Music Teachers of New Mexico. The concert is scheduled for noon at Fuller Lodge.
     The students perform at a professional level for this competition and the program will be posted on Facebook under the LA Arts Council site. The following students will perform at the Brown Bag Concert:

  • Russia's Kamchatka volcanoes spew giant ash clouds

    MOSCOW (AP) — Two volcanoes erupted Thursday on Russia's far-eastern Kamchatka Peninsula, tossing massive ash clouds miles (kilometers) into the air, forcing flights to divert and blanketing one town with thick, heavy ash.

  • Indonesia tsunami kills 370; toll expected to rise

    MENTAWAI ISLANDS, Indonesia (AP) — Rescuers searching islands ravaged by a tsunami off western Indonesia raised the death toll to 370 Thursday as more corpses were wrapped in body bags or buried by neighbors. Officials said hundreds of missing people may have been swept out to sea.

  • MDA B leak sends 13 to clinic

    Workers uncovered two, 55-gallon drums from an excavation pit at Los Alamos National Laboratory's Material Disposal Area B earlier in the day Wednesday. The drums were uncovered inside an enclosure on the east end of the landfill on DP Road.

  • Gunmen attack Japanese consular car in Pakistan

    KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Gunmen on a motorcycle opened fire on a Japanese consular vehicle in Pakistan's largest city Thursday, wounding two local employees and underscoring the fragile security in the country.

  • Basketball: Duke No. 1 in first AP men's poll

    Defending national champion Duke was a runaway No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason Top 25 men's basketball poll.

    At the other end of the Top 25 there was big news Thursday with San Diego State entering the rankings for the first time ever.

  • College tuition costs climbing again this fall

    College tuition costs shot up again this fall, and students and their families are leaning more on the federal government to make higher education more affordable in tough economic times, according to two reports issued Thursday.

  • Baseball: Giants rough up Lee for 11-7 win in Series opener

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — All season, the San Francisco Giants counted on power arms to overcome a lack of pop at the plate.

    A whole different team showed up in the World Series opener.

    Freddy Sanchez hit three doubles, Juan Uribe launched a game-breaking, three-run homer and the Giants more than made up for Tim Lincecum's troubles, battering the Texas Rangers 11-7 in Game 1 Wednesday night.

    Even more surprising, the Giants whacked Cliff Lee.