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Today's News

  • Cafe Scientifique rocks the Bradbury

    A capacity crowd of teens with their enthusiastic, engaged conversation amazed a scientist from Los Alamos National Laboratory during his presentation at Café Scientifique in the Bradbury Science Museum Thursday evening. “Before giving this talk, people told me the kids wouldn’t pay attention but that’s not true, they were amazing,” said Ruy M. Ribeiro.

  • New formula shorts LA schools

    SANTA FE – The House Education Committee attracted a large audience Friday morning as Rep.

  • Marsden Hartley exhibit new at O'Keeffe museum

    A new exhibition featuring American Modernist Marsden Hartley opened Friday at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe.

  • Help others with auction items

    When Liz Gold and Debbie Denison turned to Self Help Inc. for financial assistance with their utility bills in 2005, the organization did more than just offer a one-time monetary payment; it provided resources so Gold and Denison could always afford to pay their bills.After researching on the Self Help website, Gold said she discovered the grants that were available.

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  • Victor Adrian Reyes

    REYES – Our Beloved Angel Victor Adrian Reyes, 15 months, of Santa Fe, passed away Dec. 20, 2007.Baby Victor was born Sept. 25, 2006, in Santa Fe, the loving son of Nicole M. Trujillo and Chris Porter. He loved playing with his older brother Dyllon, eating and dancing, and will be missed dearly.He is survived by his loving parents: Nicole M.

  • Lab continues to close off discussion

    A couple of weeks ago, Rep. Steve Pearce came to Los Alamos to talk to local residents and address LANL employees.This week, Rep. Tom Udall was here to do the same.

  • Thinking Makes It So: Novelty v. truth v. cliches v. a pleasant lunch

    We each have our own list. Sunken in our minds, nearly lost in there among names of items we’ve forgotten to buy at the grocery store over the course of our lives, are insights, pure and ancient-sounding in their shrewdness.Roofers, bakers, political candidates, fast-food restaurant managers, Nobel prize laureates, movie stars, even video game geeks have these lists.We rarely discuss them during our lunch breaks, saying, “Mmmm, this is good hummus.

  • The race is on

    Tired of watching bills pass the House and die in the Senate, Rep. Tom Udall, D-N.M., spoke with Senate leadership and received assurances before deciding to jeopardize his seniority in the House and run for the Senate.During an interview at the Monitor Thursday, Udall described some of the reasons he threw his hat in the ring. “First, I began to see a very sincere ‘draft Udall’ movement,” he said.

  • Change in the wind

    Rep.