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Today's News

  • CIP projects face budgetary roadblock

    The Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) that are ready to move forward may face a long delay. The FY2013/FY2014 budget includes only 20 percent of the total project costs, and projections for the future are not optimistic.

    Newly appointed Deputy County Administrator Steven Lynne laid out the facts. Approximately $27 million is available in the next two years. Long-term projections estimate that only $2.5 million a year will be available after that, bringing the 10-year total to $47 million.

    Projects that council has taken some initial action on total $123.5 million. Most of those have received phase 2 approvals, and others, such as the community broadband initiative, are nearing that.

  • Update 04-22-12

    School board

    The Los Alamos Board of Education will hold a work session at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the high school speech theater.

    Open house

    Project Y is hosting an open house from 6:30-8 p.m. at UNM-LA, Building 2, Tuesday. Come see FIRST team 4153’s robot in action. Everyone is welcome.

    Kiwanis

    Kiwanis meets from noon-1 p.m. every Tuesday at the Masonic Temple on Sage, near the intersection of 15th and Canyon. The group will hold committee meetings Tuesday.

    Great conversations

    Join the LAPS Foundation for the third annual Great Conversation event from 2-4:30 p.m. today at LAHS.

    Council meeting

  • Baseball, softball thump the Jaguars

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper baseball and softball teams, as expected, were big winners over the Capital Jaguars Saturday.
    Los Alamos swept all four games from the Jaguars in Saturday’s doubleheaders. The softball team won 16-9, 16-0 and the baseball team crushed the Jaguars 27-0, 20-0.
    For the Hilltopper baseball team, the win in game one officially wrapped up the District 2-4A title, their fourth straight district crown. Following the team’s extra-innings win Wednesday at Española Valley, it needed just one win in any of the three remaining game with Capital (0-18), which has scored a grand total of 37 runs in 2012.
    The two totals for the Hilltopper baseball team were the most runs it has scored in any contests this season.

  • LA girls are third at Harper track meet

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls track and field team placed third at the two-day Richard A. Harper Memorial Invitational.
    The Harper meet is considered a good indicator of how teams may fare at the state meet, now less than three weeks away.
    If this weekend’s meet was any indication, the Hilltoppers are in good position to vie for their fourth straight team title. However, the Los Lunas Tigers finished solidly in the No. 4 spot in team competition, just four points behind the Hilltoppers.
    In all, 19 teams took part in the Harper Invitational, including eight Class 4A teams.

  • Sports Schedule April 23-28

    Monday

    Golf: Los Alamos at Santa Fe Invite, boys and girls varsity, 9 a.m.

    Girls tennis: Santa Fe at Los Alamos, varsity, 3 p.m.

    Baseball: Los Alamos at East Mountain, JV, 3:30 p.m.

    Tuesday

    Track and field: Los Alamos at Rio Rancho, girls JV, 3 p.m.; LAMS Invite, boys and girls seventh and eighth grade, 3 p.m.

    Softball: Kirtland Central at Los Alamos, varsity, 4 p.m.

    Wednesday

    Baseball: Los Alamos at Pojoaque, JV, 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.

    Friday

    Tennis: Los Alamos at District 2-4A Tournament, boys and girls varsity, TBA.

  • Triatomics gearing up for the season

    The warming weather is a sure sign the Los Alamos Triatomics are getting into full swing for the year and one of the group’s signature events is right around the corner.
    The Triatomics are a local multi-sport and fitness group which is committed to giving its members opportunities to train for competitive multi-sport events.
    During the spring is when things usually get going for the group. Already this spring, it has hosted a swimming clinic and a pair of training “bricks” for the upcoming Atomic Man Duathlon.

  • Engagement: Brittany Little and Nick White

    Robert and Diana Little of Los Alamos and Glenn and Kerri White of Greely, Colo. are proud to announce the engagement of their children Brittany Little and Nick White. The couple plan to be married on Aug. 5 in Laporte, Colo.

  • Engagement: Anna Christensen and Matthew Szeto

    Rod and Leilani Christensen of Los Alamos and Chi-Hung and Flora Szeto of Charolottesville, Va. are proud to announce the engagement of their children Anna Christensen and Matthew Szeto. The couple plan to be married on June 3 in Colorado Springs, Colo.

     

  • Fashion Maven: Show off your shades

    Huge, out-of-this world, colorful sunglasses are a hit this spring and while they may look great in magazines, I’ll bet many of you are having qualms about actually pulling off this look.
    Fashion is about making a statement and making a statement can mean plucking up a lot of courage, but also making sure the trend looks good on you.
    Since this trend is focusing on how large sunglasses are, we’ve got to make sure that the color of the shades compliments your skin tone.
    Hold the glasses up to your face to see if their color makes you look very pale or pasty. Vibrant, neon colors tend to have this effect more than neutral colors, so if you want more toned-down shades, go for neutral colors. That means black, white, beige or navy.

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