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Today's News

  • Baseball: LA sweeps in big 2AAAA doubleheader

    After a big come-from-behind win in game one, the Los Alamos Hilltopper baseball team didn’t want to slow its momentum heading into game two.

    Scoring seven runs in the home half of the first inning would keep that momentum going just fine.

    After a tight, contentious opener against the Española Valley Sundevils Saturday, Los Alamos thumped the Sundevils in the nightcap at Bomber Field. Los Alamos took the first game 11-10, then blasted the Sundevils in game two, 15-2.

  • Pic of the day: Something wild and different

    Sunday afternoon a vendor set up shop in the lot on Diamond Drive across from the high school. He wasn't selling peppers or plants, but instead some rather unique statues that could be used as yard art.

    The various wildlife statues are made of aluminum, according to the vendor, who said the life-size grizzly was priced at $3,500. The trailer full of various wildlife depictions did attract quite a few passersby.

  • Candidate seeks to tackle challenges

    After sitting out the required two-year period following her eight-year run on Los Alamos County Council, Fran Berting is seeking to serve again.

    Berting is running on a platform of common sense, fiscal responsibility and vision.             

    “The challenges facing the county council now and for the next few years are irresistible,” she said. “Hence I am running for election again to address the challenges for another four years.”  

  • Creative District Resource Team to visit Los Alamos Tuesday

    The public is invited to a reception with light refreshments at the re-opened Fuller Lodge Art Center from 5-6:30 p.m. Tuesday and to meet a resource team of state officials who are visiting the community.

    The visitors represent state departments including cultural affairs, historic preservation, tourism, economic development and the New Mexico MainStreet program.

  • Softball: LA earns district sweep over Sundevils

    If the Los Alamos Hilltopper softball team wanted to keep things interesting throughout both games of Saturday’s doubleheader, it accomplished that task.

    Hosting a crucial District 2AAAA twinbill Saturday, Los Alamos had to come from behind in both contests against the Española Valley Sundevils. But when it needed to, it came through with some huge offensive innings.

  • Girls track and field: LA dominates rest of field Saturday

    As has been the case for much of the season so far, the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls track and field team earned an impressive victory Saturday.

    Los Alamos won a whopping 12 events as it took the team title going away at Saturday’s Capital City Invitational. Los Alamos finished with 209 team points, a better total than the next four schools in the final team standings combined.

  • Grace Vineyard finds a permanent home

    When Grace Vineyard was founded in 1991, the church met in various locations throughout the community.

    Finally, the church staff settled on Chamisa Elementary School in 1994. They figured it would only be a few years before a permanent location was found.

    However, it took a little longer than expected. Rev. Jack Sullivan said different locations were determined to be either too small or too expensive. Fifteen years later, the church along with the office that was located next to the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division, relocated to 1183 Diamond Drive, Suite C.

  • Breaking News: Polish leader dies in jet crash

  • Golf: Third round begins at Augusta with Tiger lurking

    AUGUSTA, Ga. — Finding himself in a familiar position heading to the weekend at Augusta National, Tiger Woods flashed a smile that oozed with confidence.

    The kind of smile that harkens back to the days of Jack Nicklaus and what they used to say about him:

    He knows he's going to beat you — and he knows that you know he's going to beat you.

  • Center wipes the slate clean for a fresh start

    Start fresh seems to be the motto of the organization formerly known as the Art Center at Fuller Lodge  – it will now be known as  the Fuller Lodge Art Center.

    Walking into the building, the evidence of wiping  the slate clean is everywhere. The honey-colored wood floors sparkle after being refinished by county employees, there’s a faint smell of fresh paint that was applied to the walls and the entire building is bare and ready for a new beginning.