Today's News

  • UPDATE: Hoops players selected for All-State honors

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  • Swimming: Aquatomics’ results from state, Grand Prix

    Here are the results from the Los Alamos Aquatomics swim team from the Short Course Age Group Championships and the Austin Grand Prix.

    (name, age group, event, finals place, time)

    State 8 and Under Finals

    Feb. 21

    Christopher Cooper, boys 7

    100 IM, 10, 59.69; 25 backstroke, 5, 22.95; 25 breaststroke, 9, 30.91; 50 freestyle, 4, 47.15.

    Olivia DeCroix, girls 7

    25 freestyle, 21, 40.73; 25 backstroke, 18, 33.37.

    Ian Jaegers, boys 7

  • People in the News

    This year’s recipient of the Joel Prichard Memorial Scholarship is Gina Stroud.

    Stroud maintains a higher than 4.0 GPA and scored high on the ACT exam. She serves as a lawyer and a judge for Teen Court and is a member of the Truancy Panel. She is also captain of the speech and debate team, a member of the Natural Helpers and a member of the Los Alamos Youth Leadership.

  • Eastern Star to host visit

    Los Alamos Chapter #63 Order of the Eastern Star will host an exchange visit with Eastern Star Sisters and Brothers from the Colorado Grand Chapter Friday.

    This will be an official visit for Los Alamos Chapter #63, with a visit from New Mexico Worthy Grand Matron Pamala James accompanied by New Mexico Worthy Grand Patron Wayne Walker.

  • 04-21-10 Update

    Learn about snowkiting

      David Cole, 47, of Albuquerque will share information about the new sport of snowkiting at the Los Alamos Mountaineers meeting. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the main room of Fuller Lodge, with dessert and social time at 7:30 p.m. today, followed by a discussion of trips past and future. The presentation will begin at approximately 8 p.m.

    Poetry Potluck Open Mike

     Mesa Public Library Authors Speak Series will hold a Poetry Potluck Open Mike Event featuring Matt Donovan at 7 p.m. Thursday.

  • Senators want to expand compensation

    ALBUQUERQUE — A bipartisan group of U.S. senators from western states wants to expand federal compensation for people who became ill from working in uranium mines, living near debris left from mining or living near atomic tests from the 1940s into the ‘60s.

    The measure, introduced Monday, would broaden who’s eligible for compensation, expand the downwind exposure area to include seven states and fund a study of health impacts on families of uranium workers and people living near uranium development.

  • Final contracts awarded

    Los Alamos National Laboratory announced Tuesday that it has awarded its final two demolition contracts under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.  The two winning bidders will each demolish a portion of the remaining unused buildings at the Lab’s historic Technical Area 21.

  • Plenty of potential

    With just the right tweaking Los Alamos is poised to become a vibrant, thriving mecca for science and innovation. This is the conclusion of a team of state experts who spent three days in town last week dissecting it from top to bottom.

    The Arts and Cultural District Resource Team told business and community leaders that during conversations with people all over town it heard the “disconnect” and understands the recent history behind the real or perceived lack of stronger collaboration between Los Alamos National Laboratory, UNM-LA and the downtown community.

  • Responding to a call for help

    Global warming is not really up for debate, at least in most scientific circles. It’s here and it is real, according to Chick Keller, executive director of the Pajarito Environmental Education Center. Keller showed slide after slide of charts and graphs that revealed an increase in temperatures around the world to a Leadership Los Alamos session Friday.

    Therefore, the question isn’t so much whether climate change exists but rather, how a society responds to it, Keller said.

  • News Alert: Bank phone scam in progress!

    Residents of Los Alamos and surrounding areas are receiving automated calls to their cell phones claiming to be from their financial institution. These automated phone calls are a scam.

    The automated call indicates that your account has been suspended or compromised and then asks for the customer's ATM or debit card number and PIN. The phone calls are NOT from a financial institution.

    You should never provide personal information or account numbers over the phone unless you originate the call and know to who you are speaking.