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Today's News

  • Spotlight on Los Alamos: Louis Rosen: Father of the linear accelerator

    Senior Laboratory Fellow Emeritus Louis Rosen led the way at Los Alamos National Laboratory in developing the world’s most powerful linear accelerator, which cemented the laboratory’s leadership role in nuclear physics.The linear accelerator first powered up in summer 1972.

  • Christopher J. Arellano

    ARELLANO – Christopher J. Arellano, 25, a resident of Albuquerque, originally of Los Alamos, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2008. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Carl Cushing. Christopher was a 2000 graduate of Los Alamos High School. He was a student at the University of New Mexico and was going to accomplish his degree in fine arts, and architecture was his final goal. He is survived by his mother, Gillian Sutton, and her husband, David Sutton; brother, David Arellano; sister, Michaelle Sutton; grandparents, Bea Cushing, and John T. and Alyce M.

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  • Going to the vet just got less stressful

    If an animal gets sick, there is no need for its owner to work to bring it to the veterinary office: a vet will come to the animal.Dr. Trina Hadden, owner of Oh So Mobile veterinary clinic, has been traveling throughout Jamez, Espaola Valley, Pojoaque and Los Alamos, treating large and small animals for about two years.Her services include wellness exams and vaccines for large and small animals and some diagnostics.

  • County Beat

    County Beat, week of Feb. 25 through Feb. 29

  • Taking an adventure with the county recreation department

    As they climbed, crawled and hiked through the dark and rocky chambers of Buckman Cave, participants of the Los Alamos Adventure Edge program became very acquainted with the c-word.No, the word isn’t crazy; it’s courage. Even in pitch-blackness, young adults faced and defeated their fears. The Buckman Cave adventure wrapped up a series of caving activities. Each trip increased in difficulty. A beginning caving activity took participants to Junction Cave in El Malpais Jan. 21. Afterwards, an intermediate caving program was held Feb. 15-18.

  • Guitars and Gateaux to get personal

    Los Alamos will be treated to an intimate performance during the Guitars and Gateaux show from 7-8:30 p.m.

  • Celebrating a diamond anniversary

    The Los Alamos Ski Patrol was formed when skiers were still swooshing down Sawyer’s Hill during the winter of 1947-1948.

  • Are your roots in Pojoaque?

    As the daughter of a state police officer, she grew up all over: Cimarron, Springer, Questa, Las Vegas, Santa Rosa. She eventually graduated from Taos High School. However, it’s the Pojoaque Valley that has stolen Henrietta Christmas’ passion and led her to a career in genealogy, studying the people from which she descended.Christmas’ ancestors, Juana Lujn, Ygnacio Roybal and Toms Madrid lived in or near Pojoaque more than 300 years ago. Roybal and Madrid, both soldiers, had received land grants from the king after the pueblo revolt of 1680.