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Today's News

  • Blind justice: New sculpture for center defies convention

    There’s no such thing as convention in the world of art.

    From Claude Monet’s paintings of haystacks to Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain, a urinal sculpture, art is constantly evolving. While Paris or New York may seem like the typical hotbeds for creative innovations, Los Alamos is experiencing its own artistic revolution.

  • Injunction hearing postponed

    The litigants on both sides of the controversy surrounding the impending referendum on the municipal building issue were set to square off Thursday afternoon in a Santa Fe district courtroom. But in an 11th hour agreement, the hearing was postponed until Monday.

    The plaintiffs, George Chandler and wife Christine, are representing themselves and said they have agreed to give the county’s outside counsel, attorney Holly Agajanian, time to meet with her clients. Agajanian is representing Los Alamos County, the Los Alamos County Council and County Clerk Janet Foster.

  • Donate to food bank through Smith’s program

    Smith’s Food & Drug shoppers can help alleviate hunger in their community by adding a $10 donation to their check out order to benefit their local food bank in the 6th Annual Smith’s Gift of Giving Campaign.

    Smith’s checkers will be accepting customers’ donations from November 12 through December 25. In New Mexico, Road Runner Food Bank will be receiving the funds to purchase food items they need the most at Smith’s cost.

  • 11-19-10 Bible Answers

    “Can you explain what James is talking about when he says the ‘one who is rich should take pride in his low position? ’ ”— Roy

    James is the “wisdom literature” of the New Testament, a collection of axioms, encouragement, instruction and warnings. Often the language is euphemistic: pithy and succinct, designed for maximum punch with minimal words. The passage to which you refer takes this form, using unexpected irony to make the point.

  • 11-19-10 Religion listings

    Baha’i Faith
    For information, e-mail losalamosla@gmail.com. For general information, call the Baha’i Faith phone at 1-800-228-6483.

    Bethlehem Lutheran

  • Grim end to Ohio mystery: 3 bodies in hollow tree

    MOUNT VERNON, Ohio (AP) — An unemployed tree-trimmer arrested after a teenage girl was found bound and gagged in his basement pointed the way Thursday to the bodies of her brother, mother and another woman, stuffed into garbage bags and hidden in a hollow tree, authorities said.

  • First gentleman & second fiddle

    Ah, the men in Susana’s life. What to do with the first gentleman and the second fiddle? It’s a pesky problem.
    The first gentleman, Chuck Franco, is unique in New Mexico politics. We haven’t had a first gentleman before.
    Chuck is retired and so doesn’t have a job to go to every day. He was always at his wife’s side during the campaign, helping in anyway he could. But now what does he do?

  • First gentleman & second fiddle

    Ah, the men in Susana’s life. What to do with the first gentleman and the second fiddle? It’s a pesky problem.
    The first gentleman, Chuck Franco, is unique in New Mexico politics. We haven’t had a first gentleman before.
    Chuck is retired and so doesn’t have a job to go to every day. He was always at his wife’s side during the campaign, helping in anyway he could. But now what does he do?

  • Parties agree to delay injunction hearing on muni building vote

    The litigants on both sides of the controversy surrounding the impending referendum on the municipal building issue were set to square off Thursday afternoon in a Santa Fe district courtroom. But in an 11th hour agreement, the hearing was postposed until Monday.

  • Bake sale to help Russian wildfire survivors

    Saint Dimitri Orthodox Church will have its 12th annual Holiday Bake Sale of cookies and sweets from traditional Eastern Orthodox lands on Dec. 19.
    This year all proceeds from the Holiday Bake Sale will be given to the survivors of the Russian wildfires that broke out across Russia starting in July.