Today's News

  • The Easter story comes to life

    In celebration of Easter, members of the Santa Fe Stake of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will present “The Easter Story: Christ’s Passage to Resurrection.” The Easter Story is a scripture-based chronicle narrated in vignettes by those who witnessed the events. As a scene guide leads the tour company through each scene, the group joins the witnesses to eight of the events that occurred during the last week of the Savior’s life. Each event is recounted as if it had just taken place.  In Santa Fe, the presentation will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

  • 03-26-10 Update

    “Walls that Speak”

      The Art Center at Fuller Lodge hosts the opening reception for “Walls that Speak” from 5-7 p.m. today.

    A strange love triangle

      Los Alamos Little Theater presents the romantic comedy “Sylvia” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. This show contains adult language. Tickets cost $12 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors and are available at CB Fox and at the door. For more information, call 662-5493.

    Master gardeners

  • Laboratory fights against open burning ban

    When Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Hazardous Waste permit comes up for a public hearing, starting April 5, one issue certain to be contested has to do with the laboratory’s ability to conduct non-nuclear explosions.

    The laboratory has appealed the New Mexico Environment Department’s decision to remove open burning from the renewal permit, which lab officials believe will impact a number of current non-nuclear explosive capabilities, including defensive training for roadside bomb units.

  • Gas leak complicates LAFD’s efforts

    The scene at 4600 Esperanza in the Quemazon area was that of controlled chaos Thursday, as crews from the fire department, police department and the Los Alamos County Department of Public Utilities worked together to get a handle on a structural and vehicle fire.

  • Fiery crash devastates school

    What began as a routine Thursday at Quemazon Montessori School came to an abrupt halt when an out-of-control van crashed into the building and burst into flames.

    The approximately 40 students attending the school just happened to be at recess when the van tore through the building’s front wall.

    Three employees were inside the school at the time including a teenager who was in the kitchen area where the van struck.

  • News Alert: Quemazon Montessori owner announces game plan

    Quemazon Montessori School owner Tammy Tucker has accepted an offer that will hopefully allow her students displaced by Thursday's fire to have a place to go until she can rebuild.

    "The Baptist Church on Diamond Drive used to operate a daycare and has offered us the use of that space. We've decided to accept this generous offer but we must first obtain approval from the county and from Child, Youth and Families," Tucker said this afternoon.

  • If only walls could talk....

    The Art Center at Fuller Lodge is hosting one of the most unique shows ever attempted in its 40-year history. Read more about this exhibit in tomorrow's Kaleidoscope.

  • New jobless claims dip last week

    WASHINGTON (AP) — New claims for unemployment benefits fell last week as layoffs ease and hiring slowly recovers.

    The Labor Department said Thursday that first-time claims for jobless benefits dropped by 14,000 to a seasonally adjusted 442,000. That's below analysts' estimates of 450,000, according to Thomson Reuters.

    But most of the drop resulted from a change in the calculations the department makes to seasonally adjust the data, a Labor Department analyst said. Excluding the effect of those adjustments, claims would have fallen by only 4,000.

  • Health and fitness: Exercise helps to manage stress

    No matter who you are, you’ve no doubt experienced stress at some point during your life. The majority of Americans say they face at least a moderate level of stress most every week. And, nearly 9 out of 10 people report having experienced high levels of stress at some time.

    The American Institute of Stress estimates that 90 percent of all doctor visits are for stress-related disorders. Additionally, 95 million people in this country take some form of medication for a stress-related problem each week.

  • Softball: Green and Gold tourney schedule

    Here is the schedule for the sixth annual Los Alamos Green and Golf Junior Varsity softball tournament. All games will be played in White Rock.


    Los Alamos vs. Cleveland, Field 1, noon.

    Belen vs. St. Michaels, Field 2, noon.

    Belen vs. Mesilla Valley Christian, Field 1, 2 p.m.

    Cleveland vs. St. Michael’s, Field 2, 2 p.m.

    Los Alamos vs. Mesilla Valley Christian, Field 1, 4 p.m.


    Los Alamos vs. Belen, Field 1, 10 a.m.