Today's News

  • Storm-related announcements for Feb. 22

    LANL has scheduled an early release of employees for 2 p.m., according to county emergency coordinator Philmont Taylor.

    There were several scheduling announcement from Los Alamos Public Schools:

    Monday, February 22nd

    All LAPS schools will dismiss early.

     - 12:30 - LAMS

     - 12:45 - Elementary

     - 1:00 - LAHS

    All after-school and evening athletics and activities are canceled.

  • UPDATE: Hoops tourneys pushed back one day

    Los Alamos High School announced that, due to Monday’s heavy snows in northern New Mexico, the District 2AAAA basketball tournaments have been pushed back.

  • UPDATE: Hoops tourney schedule revamped, girls will play Tuesday at Capital

    Los Alamos High School announced that, due to Monday’s heavy snows in northern New Mexico, the District 2AAAA basketball tournaments have been pushed back.

    The 2AAAA games, including Monday’s first-place playoff girls basketball game, have been pushed back to Tuesday.

    The Hilltopper girls basketball team was scheduled to play Española Valley in a one-game playoff for the regular season district championship Monday, but that game has been rescheduled for Tuesday. It will be played at 5 p.m. at Capital High School.

  • Driver's face tough sledding in northern New Mexico

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Difficult driving conditions are increasing throughout northern New Mexico.

    The state Department of Transportation has not posted any road closures but a winter storm moving through New Mexico is leaving roads icy or slushy.

    Motorists are being urged to use caution and reduce their speed.

  • CANCELED! Tonight’s Charter Review Committee Meeting

  • Pre-primary convention nets 7

    Thursday, seven members of the Los Alamos Republican Party were elected as delegates to the New Mexico GOP Convention in Albuquerque March 13. The delegates include Betty Cox, local GOP Chair Ron Dolin, 1st Vice Chair JoAnn Johnson, Secretary Veronica Rodriguez, former County Councilor Jim Hall, Marie Todd and Rep. Jeannette Wallace.

  • Candidate pledges transparency

    “New energy, new vision, new direction,” is the campaign slogan driving the Stephanie Richard race for a seat in the New Mexico House of Representatives.

    The educator is running for the state legislature, she said, because she believes in a citizens’ legislature; people from all walks of life coming together to discuss issues and policies to come up with what is the best plan for the people of this state.

    “And I am running because I believe in New Mexico and in its people,” she said during an interview Thursday.

  • A jewel of a memoir

    If and when a theatrical movie is made of George Cowan’s life, it will surely borrow heavily from his just published memoir, “Manhattan Project to the Santa Fe Institute.”

    On one hand, it could be a Woody Allen comedy.

  • Swimming and diving: Topper girls place second at state championship meet

    ALBUQUERQUE — A very good point total for the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls swim team wasn’t quite good enough Saturday.

    Los Alamos finished with 268 points at the 2009-10 state swimming championship meet Saturday, a solid score but not enough to overcome the top swimming program in state history.

  • Wrestling: Toppers struggle at state tourney

    RIO RANCHO — After a lean first round Friday, much of the Los Alamos Hilltopper wrestling team was able to make up for it in the second round.

    Los Alamos took six wrestlers to the Class AAAA state championship tournament — seven Hilltoppers qualified to take part but heavyweight Taylor Morrison was a last-minute scratch – held at the Santa Ana Star Center this weekend. Los Alamos didn’t get anyone through to Saturday, however, with all five remaining wrestlers heading into Friday’s final round being eliminated.