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Today's News

  • Bike lanes don’t maintain themselves

    Some bicyclists want bike lanes all over Los Alamos and our county council has accommodated many of their desires. Indeed, the entire stretch of Diamond Drive is slated to be so marked when finished.

  • The Earth and its heebie-jeebie shakes

    Not all Midwesterners realize they live in a region where earthquakes can strike, but they got a small reminder of that simple fact earlier this month when a 3.8 Richter scale temblor struck in northern Illinois. Let’s hope we can learn more from the event than just what the passing headlines might lead us to think about — because the center of our country is woefully under-prepared for much larger quakes yet to come.

  • UNM-LA student a part of All-State team

    University of New Mexico-Los Alamos may be a community college but its influence extends beyond county lines. For instance, student Lise Lookman has been named to the 2010 New Mexico All-State Academic Team.

    Team members were recognized at a ceremony held Feb.11 at the State Capitol in Santa Fe. In addition to being eligible for state scholarships, New Mexico team members are eligible to compete for the USA Today sponsored All- USA Academic Team.

  • A few science whizzes

    The Los Alamos High School Science Bowl team won first place in the regional competition for the National Science Bowl, held Feb. 13, on the Albuquerque Academy campus. Thirty-four teams from Northern New Mexico high schools competed in the regional event.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Gov. Richardson postpones special session until Mar. 1

    SANTA FE - Gov. Bill Richardson today announced he has agreed to push back the date of the Special Session to deal with the state’s budget to Monday, March 1 at the request of legislative leaders.        

  • Council backs sculpture series plan

    The County Council accepted, with a 5-1 vote, the Historic Scuptures Master Plan Committee’s (HSMPC) 10-year plan for commissioning life-sized historic sculptures to represent five eras of Los Alamos history. 

  • New principles disclosed

    WASHINTON, D.C. – A new set of operating principles for operations across the nuclear security enterprise were introduced by the administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration.

  • Girls basketball: LA comes back from 4th quarter deficit to win

    Exactly when it needed to, the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls basketball team put together one of its finest quarters of the 2009-2010 season.

    Los Alamos came up big on both ends of the floor, executing perhaps its best 8 minutes of motion offense and all but shutting down the main scoring threat of its opponent, Española Valley, to earn its biggest win of the regular season.

    The Hilltoppers grabbed a share of the District 2AAAA lead with their win Tuesday night, dropping the district-leading Sundevils 52-48, chiefly on the strength of that fourth quarter.

  • NMDT-PC to present a classic

    Enter a world filled with fairies, courtiers, a king and queen, a handsome prince, and — of course — Princess Aurora this weekend when New Mexico Dance Theater Performance Company (NMDT-PC) presents “The Sleeping Beauty.” Read more in tomorrow's Kaleidoscope.

     

  • Significant winter storm today and tonight

    .AN UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM WILL TRACK SLOWLY SOUTH ACROSS NEW MEXICO TODAY AND TONIGHT. SNOW WILL INCREASE IN COVERAGE AND INTENSITY ACROSS MUCH OF CENTRAL AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO TODAY BEFORE EXPANDING INTO THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE STATE THIS EVENING.

    THE HEAVIEST SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS WILL FAVOR THE NORTHERN MOUNTAINS...ESPECIALLY THE EAST SLOPES OF THE SANGRE DE CRISTO MOUNTAINS AND ALONG INTERSTATE 40 FROM TIJERAS EAST TO TUCUMCARI. THE SNOW IS EXPECTED TO END FROM NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST DURING TUESDAY MORNING.