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Today's News

  • Boys golf: LA tops field to win home tournament

    An hour-long weather delay didn’t seem to do too much to dampen the spirits of the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys golf team Monday.

    With most players at Monday’s Los Alamos Invitational having five or six holes remaining, a significant rain and thunderstorm blew right over Los Alamos Golf Course, forcing the stoppage.

  • Girls golf: LA finishes third at home tourney

    It’s been an eventful last couple of weeks for the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls golf team.

    With less than half a spring season to go, head coach of the team, John McBride, left the program and left it in the hands of boys head coach John Stam.

    Stam took the reins of both programs at arguably the season’s most critical juncture, just a few weeks before the District 2AAAA tournament and one of its best golfers, Alicia Herrera, inching closer to qualifying for the state Class AAAA tournament.

  • 04-08-10 Update

    Talking about emissions

      The Los Alamos Sustainable Energy Network will feature Dr. Robert Gibson who will speak on “Historical and Baseline Energy Use & CO2 Emissions in Los Alamos County.”  A social period will be held from 6:30-7 p.m. today and the talk will be held from 7-8 p.m. at the Pajarito Environmental Education Center.

    “Touched by Fire”

  • Celebrate the planet this week

    Thursday, millions around the world will celebrate Earth Day. This year marks the event’s 40th anniversary.

    The idea behind the day – honoring the planet and all living things that inhabit it – began during the early 1960s, as Earth Day bloomed into a grassroots cause that eventually culminated in the first official U.S. observance celebrated in 1970.

  • Pic of the day: Sunday morning thunderstorm delivers some small hail to the area

    A late morning thunderstorm rumbled through the Los Alamos area Sunday and littered lawns with some pea-sized hail as it passed over. The storm did not pack enough punch to cause any damage, but the hail did litter lawns for a time in parts of the county.

  • MTI satellite lifespan and applications exceed expectations

    For engineers and scientists at Sandia, the evening of Friday, March 12, marked a proud moment.

    Hundreds of miles above the Earth, the Multispectral Thermal Imager satellite reached its 10th anniversary of service as it completed its 55,000th orbit — far exceeding both its intended maximum life and its potential applications.

  • NM small businesses to get details of health care tax credits

    Washington, DC – This week, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will begin sending postcards to 25,709 businesses in New Mexico to notify them of the benefits of the small business health insurance tax credit, which was part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that was passed in March. (View the postcard)

  • News Advisory: Cougars and bears on the move

    ALBUQUERQUE – The Department of Game and Fish has received numerous calls of cougar sightings this year … one cougar has already been captured and relocated.

    Officers captured a large male cougar in Santa Fe and transported it to Northern New Mexico where it was released back into the wild. 

    The cougar that visited a Santa Fe neighborhood was treed by some dogs in a backyard, which allowed Game and Fish officials to dart the animal and remove it.

  • Boys track and field: Toppers take sixth at Academy meet

    ALBUQUERQUE — It’s been something of a uphill battle for the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys track and field team this season, but the steep trek might be leveling off somewhat.

    The team’s performance, however, seems to be on the rise.

  • Baseball: LA grabs 2 wins at Taos, moves to 7-0

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper baseball team apparently doesn’t like to have fans leaving halfway through a doubleheader.

    The previous weekend, Los Alamos just got by Española Valley in game one only to slam the door early in game two to earn a big District 2AAAA sweep.

    Saturday, the Hilltoppers needed extra innings in game one against the Taos Tigers, then put up an eight-run second inning to help secure another sweep.