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Today's News

  • Scholarship Convocation

    National Merit Finalists

    Kathy Lin, Emma Carroll, Shaina Riciputi, Jaime Resnick, Dov Shlachter, Kendra Smale

    Local Scholarship Awards

    Angelo Montoya Memorial Scholarship    • James Larkin

    Aspen School PTO Scholarship    

    • Hannah Taylor and Brooke Maxwell

    Cerro Grande            • Meghan Maes

    Chamisa School PTO Scholarship     

    • Sarah Story      

  • Update: LeBron tells Larry King Cavs have edge in free agency

    CLEVELAND (AP) — One month from the start of the NBA's free agency frenzy, LeBron James said he's not close to making any decision.

    However, he has handicapped his field of suitors.

    The Cleveland Cavaliers lead the pack.

    In his first interview since the Cavs' season ended with a shocking, second-round loss to Boston, James told CNN's Larry King that Cleveland has "an edge" to re-sign him when the greatest collection of free agents in league history hits the open market on July 1.

  • ‘Seraphim Falls’ - not your typical Western

    Director David Von Ancken’s “Seraphim Falls” has all the basic elements: horses, cowboy hats, guns, railroads, bank robbers, desert landscapes, tight-lipped conversation. The film is almost entirely peopled by men, everyone drinks out of leather canteens and nobody can trust anybody not to try to kill him.

  • 05-25-10 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.

    May 13

    2:40 a.m. – Eric Carlson, 19, of Los Alamos was arrested on Bonnie View Road on an outstanding warrant from another jurisdiction following the investigation into reports of a suspicious vehicle.

    2:40 p.m. – UNM-Los Alamos reported an estimated $250 in grounds keeping equipment went missing. The equipment was later located.

  • Los Alamos: A musical magnet

    The 2010-2011 Los Alamos Concert Association season opens with Julie Albers, cellist and Orion Weiss, pianist, at 4 p.m. Oct. 17. Albers studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music and won the Grand Prize at the XIII International Competition for Young Musicians in Douai, France.

  • NHL: Niemi, Blackhawks beat Flyers 2-1, take 2-0 lead

    CHICAGO (AP) — Antti Niemi's days of driving a Zamboni are long gone. Instead of cleaning the ice as he once did in his native Finland to make a few extra bucks, he's clearing away pucks and hoping to help the Chicago Blackhawks hoist the Stanley Cup.

    Niemi made 14 of his 32 saves in the third period and Chicago beat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 Monday night to take a 2-0 series lead on Monday night.

  • UPDATE: Ball/Norman win Best Ball event

    The team of Ted Ball and Curt Norman took top honors in the Memorial Day Best Ball Tournament this weekend.

    The Best Ball Tournament was held Sunday and Monday at Los Alamos Golf Course.

    Ball and Norman shot a combined 139 in the two-day event, topping the team of Bruce Takala and Cale Jones by two strokes.

    Read more about the tournament in today's Monitor.

  • Golf: Ball/Norman come back to win Memorial Day tournament

    The team of Ted Ball and Curt Norman came back from two strokes down after one day of play to win the Memorial Day Best Ball this weekend.

    Ball/Norman shot a 139 in the two-day event, held Sunday and Monday at Los Alamos Golf Course. The team carded a 71 in the opening round, then followed that up with a 68 in the second round.

    The Memorial Day Best Ball is the first major tournament of the summer hosted by LAGC. In all, 28 two-person teams took part this weekend.

  • Students awarded library scholarships

    The Friends of Mesa Public Library (FMPL) members welcomed five seniors and their families to the spring member luncheon  May 19.

    FMPL members also announced the upcoming awards through the Friends of Mesa Public Library Scholarship and the June Ettinger Memorial Scholarship. Scholarship winners have written a personal narrative about a fiction or non-fiction book that has become important to the understanding of themselves or the human condition.

  • Applied and political science hook up

    Environmental progress begins at the confluence of applied science and political science. The more we know about each one and the mixture the faster the progress.

         In what ways do applied science and politics differ? What happens when they come together?

         The two paths of endeavor diverge by as little as word meanings. The end results are amazingly far apart.