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Today's News

  • Make connections over dinner

    If your're looking for some conversation, a way to satisfy curiosity or just make a connection, there is a simple to accomplish these objectives. Just sit down to dinner.

    For several years, the Our Lady of the Woods has hosted a dinner the first Friday of every month. The event is not to escape the chore of cooking at home but to provide outreach to the community.

    Rowan, the high priestess of Our Lady of the Woods, explained while the local Wiccan coven opens its Sabbaths to the community, the events do not really give participants an opportunity to socialize.

  • Make connections over dinner

    If your're looking for some conversation, a way to satisfy curiosity or just make a connection, there is a simple to accomplish these objectives. Just sit down to dinner.

    For several years, the Our Lady of the Woods has hosted a dinner the first Friday of every month. The event is not to escape the chore of cooking at home but to provide outreach to the community.

    Rowan, the high priestess of Our Lady of the Woods, explained while the local Wiccan coven opens its Sabbaths to the community, the events do not really give participants an opportunity to socialize.

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  • 2009 Year in Review: Toppers turn in another exciting year in sports

    It was a wild year on the court, on the gridiron, on the pitch and on the trail, to say the least.

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper teams, which often show a flair for the dramatic, didn’t disappoint in 2009, going down to the wire with opponents in big games time after time.

  • Boys basketball: LA tripped up by Roswell at Poe Corn

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  • Girls basketball: Toppers rout Warriors in Holiday Classic final

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  • Smokers in 12 states to puff fire-safe cigarettes

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Smokers in 12 states will be lighting - and relighting - fire-safe cigarettes designed to go out when they’re not puffed as the result of new laws that go into effect Friday.

    The states are among the last to require that all cigarettes meet standards first implemented by New York six years ago. The states with laws going on the books this week are Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

  • Trinity Site project: Bent but not broken

    The Trinity Site project ended the year with a flourish, but it was a rocky fall season.

    The most recent Monitor online poll results on the top local story of the year found the developments surrounding Trinity Site solidly in second place.

    It has been in prominent public view as both a troubling unresolved issue.  And as a centerpiece of county enterprise.

  • Poll ranks Granich trial top story of 2009

    Recently, a poll was posted on the Monitor Web site, asking readers which story they thought was the number one story of the year.

  • Check your voter registration now

    The Los Alamos Governmental Review Initiative would like to share information vital to the citizens of our community.  In the process of our successful petition drive to put to vote two amendments to the County Charter, we discovered that approximately 8 percent of those citizens who believe they are registered to vote in our county might not receive their mail-out ballots.  

    Anyone in Los Alamos who has moved or had a name changed should contact the county clerk’s office immediately to update their voter registration.