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Today's News

  • Senators unite to pass energy bill

    New Mexico’s two U.S.

  • Celebrating the season with music

    A musical celebration of Christmas will be occurring at 4 p.m. Sunday in Bethlehem Lutheran Church. From choir members to musicians, everyone is getting involved.Matt Nichols, director of youth and family ministry, explained every other year the church hosts a children’s pageant. During the “off” years, they do something different, he said.Paula Nichols, music director, explained she choose a concert because “I just thought it would be fun.

  • Boys, girls hoops squads on travel

    It’s a quiet sports weekend in Los Alamos.No sporting events are scheduled in town, and only the Hilltopper boys and girls basketball teams will be in action on the road.

    Girls basketball

  • Boys basketball: LA picks up third straight road win

    Right now, the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys varsity basketball team is journeying down a long and winding road.And in the middle of a six-week long road trip, which is taking them to far-flung regions around the state, the Hilltoppers are keeping up nicely.Wednesday’s jaunt took Los Alamos to Belen, where it downed the host Eagles 67-54, putting it at 3-1 on its current road trip.Los Alamos’ guard Nik Allen dropped in 20 points Wednesday night, and Ben Allen chipped in 10 more to help the team to victory.

  • Volleyball: Little, Espinoza named All-Staters

    A pair of Los Alamos Hilltopper volleyball players were named to the All-Class AAAA second team for the 2007 season.Kristina Little and Vanessa Espinoza were both honored with second-team selections for the season for Los Alamos, while three other Hilltoppers earned Honorable Mentions.“I’m excited we got so many,” Hilltopper head coach Diana Stokes said of her team’s selections.

  • County Beat

    • Tuesday – County Council – 7 p.m., Council Chambers, 475 20th St. On the agenda: an update on the West Jemez bypass project, discussion and possible action on program functions and space requirements for the police department in the judicial/police jail project, settlement and release of claims between the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation and Los Alamos County with respect to the Los Alamos Research Park.

  • Council to discuss West Jemez Bypass

    The county council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in a regular session in Council Chambers in the Community Building.

  • Learning from other communities

     

  • Carol Janis Becker

    BECKER – Carol Janis Becker, 89, died Thursday, Dec. 6, in Los Alamos. She lived in Los Alamos for the past nine years, moving here from her longtime home in Evanston, Ill. Carol was born in Dubuque, Iowa, and moved to Chicago shortly after high school to seek work.

  • Craig Othmer

    OTHMER – Surrounded by his family, Craig Othmer went peacefully to the Lord Dec.