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Today's News

  • No prescribed burning this week

    There will be no prescribed burning on the Santa Fe National Forest this week. Last week, fire managers treated 110-acres on the Thompson Ridge Prescribed burn.

    Thompson Ridge

    Pile Burn, Jemez Ranger District

  • Arms control experts applaud success of Nuclear Security Summit

    Washington, D.C.— The Obama Administration convened 49 leaders from every region of the world in an effort to secure vulnerable fissile materials worldwide and address the threat of nuclear terrorism.

  • Addressing arms control

    The nation’s leading authority on the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) spent Tuesday evening discussing the program’s past, present and future.

    Brooks’ talk, “A New START and Beyond” comes on the heels of a new nuclear arms reduction treaty signed earlier this month by President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitri Medvedev.

    Called “New START,” the new treaty replaces the original START, which since 1991 has served as a major pact between the two nuclear superpowers.

  • Speech and debate team to attend the World Series of tournaments

    Seven Los Alamos High School Hilltalkers earned the chance to go to a competition that Head Coach Noel Trujillo described as the World Series of debating.

    After taking first and second places at the New Mexico District Tournament on March 25, 26 and 27 at Albuquerque Academy, Gannon Nelson, Ryan Marcus, Seth Jennings, Kathy Lin, Vickie Wang, Mei Lui and Sky Korber qualified to attend the National Forensic National Tournament.

  • News Alert: Governor issues proclamation against child abuse and neglect

    Gov. Bill Richardson issued a proclamation naming April “Child Abuse Prevention Month” in an effort to address the approximate 30,000 reports of child abuse and neglect in New Mexico each year.

    “Child abuse and neglect are serious problems and finding a solution depends upon the involvement of people within our community,” Richardson states in his proclamation. “During periods of economic challenges, families feel more vulnerable and as a result child abuse and neglect increase drastically.”

  • 04-06-10 Police Beat

    Police Beat items are compiled from public information contained in Los Alamos Police Department Records. Charges or citations listed in Police Beat do not imply innocence or guilt.

    March 25

    6:39 p.m. — Christal Pride, 32, of Los Alamos was arrested and charged with DWI and child abuse because she had her 6-year-old son in her vehicle during a crash on N.M. 502 just outside Los Alamos County, after she crossed the center line and struck an oncoming vehicle.    

    March 26

  • Los Alamos’ treasures offer diverse contributions

    Next Sunday, Mary Brooks, William “Bill” Deal, Jr. and Roy N. Hopwood will be recognized and honored as the newest members of Living Treasures of Los Alamos (LTLA).  The ceremony and reception, sponsored by Los Alamos National Bank, will begin at 2 p.m. at the Betty Ehart Senior Center.  The public is invited to attend.

  • A menu becomes literary inspiration

    Ever thought words like smothered breakfast burrito, Jeanie Southwest biscuits and gravy or huevos rancheros could be spotlighted in a story, or that a menu could inspire a literary endeavor? The Los Alamos Writers Group is proposing this challenge to the young people in the community.

    The writers group, along with Daylight Delights, is calling all young writers to take part in a writing contest.

  • Police official masters FBI course

    Multi-tasking during his 10 weeks at the Quantico FBI National Academy earned Los Alamos Police Capt. Randy Foster two fitness credits and 15 masters level credits through the University of Virginia, which completed his advanced degree requirements at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.

    Foster will receive his master’s degree diploma in criminal justice during a ceremony at NMSU in May.

  • Golf: LA teams finish fourth at Kirtland Central Invitational

    Despite high winds at Monday’s tournament, Alicia Herrera still inched closer to qualifying for the girls Class AAAA state golf championship.

    Both the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys and girls teams played Monday at the Kirtland Central Invitational in Farmington. The tournament was played at the Riverview Golf Course.

    Wind conditions made for tough play Monday, with sustained winds blowing 40 miles per hour combined with plenty of gusts.