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Today's News

  • LA student ties for chess champion

    Alexandr Wang, a sixth-grader at Piñon Elementary School and John Sarracino, a junior at St. Michael’s High School, earned the title of Los Alamos County Scholastic co-champions at the 2009 Los Alamos County Scholastic Chess Championship held Jan. 31 at Piñon Elementary School.  

  • Keep shinning

    It’s little wonder that the movie is called “Shine.”  Australian pianist David Helfgott’s life may have been difficult, but it never tarnished him. His spirit always shined and the movie effectively captures that fact.

    David (Geoffrey Rush) has a natural talent. He is a genius at the piano. But with his genius comes a handicap. David is under of the yoke of his father’s controlling love.

  • Land conveyance tied to Trinity site project

    The county introduces two public ordinances Tuesday night, putting two pieces of legal work in place to realize a major economic development project.

     

    A closed meeting of the council will precede the regular public meeting at which the ordinances will be introduced without further discussion at that time.  

     

    One ordinance transfers a small piece of county property to the public schools, which is needed to advance the complicated arrangements by which the Trinity Revitalization Project will be developed.

     

  • Bandelier

    Bandelier National Monument draws thousands of visitors each year. The park is a wonder of ancient American life and nature.

     

    Located minutes from Los Alamos, most visitors begin their exploration of Bandelier with a walk on the Main Loop Trail. A 1.2-mile loop trail that starts from the Visitor Center and leads through excavated archeological sites on the floor of Frijoles

     

    Canyon.

     

    A portion of this trail is handicapped accessible.

     

  • Food Network to feature local man

    Former Los Alamos High School student turned master chef Darren McHale makes his television debut at 8 p.m. Monday on the Food Network show Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.

    McHale presides over the fine dining kitchen at the Standard Diner in Albuquerque.

    Popular Food Network show host Guy Fieri learns a thing or two about the fine art of nouvelle diner cuisine from McHale during the 30-minute segment.

  • Caldera reboots under new management

    JEMEZ SPRINGS – A new team is taking the field at the Valles Caldera National Preserve.

     

    The newly elected chairman of the Valles Caldera Trust, Stephen Henry, and brand new executive director, Gary Bratcher, and senior staff took questions Friday about plans and expectations on the preserve

     

    They said two of the five new trustees to be appointed by President Barrack Obama are about to be named, with the three remaining appointments to follow.

     

  • Police Beat 2-03-09

  • Gymnastics: LASG turns in solid showing at meet

    The Los Alamos Atomic Tumblers traveled to Albuquerque Jan. 16-18 to compete at the Precision Gymnastics Winter Fiesta Invite.

    The level 7 competition was held Jan. 16 with 28 gymnasts taking part.

    Los Alamos finished third in level 7 team competition. In the 11-and-under age division, Jessica Allen was fifth in the all-around competition with a score of 34.75.

    Allen placed fifth on beam with a score of 9.00 and tied for fifth on vault with an 8.85, was seventh on floor exercise with an 8.80, and ninth on parallel bars with an 8.10.

  • A successful year

    The Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, has had a successful year, earning top place finishes in drill meets and competitions and on Dec. 11, the cadets were recognized for their efforts during the fall awards ceremony.

    “We have an outstanding group of cadets this year,” Lt. Cmdr. Wes Shumaker said. He added this year’s group of cadets experienced more success at drills and competition then they had in the past.

    What is the reason for their success?  “I think they have more dedication to the unit,” Shumaker said.

  • Richardson pulls out of bid for commerce secretary

    Rocking the airwaves and sparking a barrage of Internet chatter Sunday, Gov. Bill Richardson bowed out of consideration for U.S. Secretary of Commerce.

    Citing the investigation into a California firm's business dealings with the State of New Mexico, which could drag on for months, along with the gravity of the economic situation facing the nation, Richardson said he could not ask President-elect Barack Obama "to delay for one day the important work that needs to be done."