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Today's News

  • Football/Volleyball: LA girls stay put at No. 4

    Here are this week’s Class AAAA football and volleyball coaches polls. The polls are conducted by the New Mexico High School Coaches Association.

    Football, Class 4A

        Team        Total pts.      Pvs.

    1. Goddard (13)    181    1
    2. Belen (4)        165    2
    3. Aztec (1)        157    3

  • Sports Update 10-14-10

    Elementary school run scheduled for Oct. 22

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper cross country programs will host its annual elementary school mile run Oct. 22.
    The mile run is held in conjunction with the Los Alamos Invitational cross country meet. The meet will start at 3 p.m. Oct. 22 at Los Alamos Golf Course.
    The race is free and open to any elementary-aged student.
    Entry forms are available at all Los Alamos elementary schools or at the Los Alamos Family Y.

  • Fault in line leaves residents in the dark

    A fault in an underground power line near the Community Building resulted in 4,150 utility customers to losing electricity Wednesday morning.

  • Transportation board to discuss policy

    If looking at a big project or a study and having a policy that sets goals to work within is beneficial, it is also something Los Alamos County has lacked. Tonight, during the transportation board meeting, work will be done to reverse that situation.
    The board will meet from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Pajarito Cliff Site Building 1 conference room to hammer out a resolution to establish a policy for design of streets and right-of-ways in Los Alamos County. The resolution willl then go to county council on Nov. 9 for consideration.

  • Arms Control Committee to host weapons talk

    Nuclear weapons expert Joseph C. Martz will present an overview titled “Nuclear Weapons, Past, Present, and Future” at an open meeting of the Los Alamos Committee on Arms Control and International Security at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday in Graves Hall at the United Church, 2525 Canyon Road.
    The talk will review U.S. nuclear weapons development and its close linkage to deterrence during the Cold War.

  • Update 10-14-10

    Correction

    The story, “Fuller Lodge gets a new roof” published Tuesday had some misinformation. The last time Fuller Lodge got a new roof was 10 years ago and the total cost for the project is $292,435.  It should also be noted that the historical archives are located in Fuller Lodge but the county’s records are temporarily located at Pajarito Cliffs.   

    Applications being accepted

    Los Alamos County is currently accepting applications for the
    following Boards or Commissions:

  • Be There 10-14-10

    Today
    A new shape note singing group will meet on a monthly basis, beginning today. Shape note singing is for all ages and abilities, regardless of previous singing experience. The group will meet from 7-9 p.m. at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, in the chapel. The group will meet on the ‘teenth Thursday of every month (the Thursday between the 13th and 19th, there is only one per month). They will sing from “The Sacred Harp,” 1991 edition. If you have a book, please bring it. If you have a previous edition of this book, bring it anyway.

  • Pumpkins crop up at Piñon Elementary

    Fall is officially here and that means it’s time for Piñon Elementary’s Annual Pumpkin Patch.
    This year’s Pumpkin Patch will be from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 23. This is Piñon Parent Teacher Organization’s fifth year of hosting the community event.
    “The Pumpkin Patch grows a little bit bigger and more exciting every year and this looks to be our best year yet,” said Kelly Benner, president of the Pumpkin Patch committee.

  • What’s up with the governor in his final 10 weeks in office

    What is Gov. Bill Richardson up to? What will he be doing during his last two and a half months in office?
    We know he can’t sit still so his final months are bound to be busy.
    Will he stay in Santa Fe as he says he will or will he leave for something more exciting?
    Will he make bold moves that will deeply affect our state or will he concentrate on finding a job or polishing his legacy?
    Gov. Richardson occasionally gives hints.
    What other governor, here or anywhere, holds a garage sale three months before going out of office?

  • Obama's campaigning blitz: It's about 2012, too

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans are poised to topple at least a dozen Democratic governors next month, and that could cause President Barack Obama and his party major headaches far beyond this year's elections.