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Today's News

  • 'Christmas in Brass' to come to Immaculate Heart of Mary Church

    Christmas tunes will be presented in shiny, bright brass instruments during the “Christmas in Brass” concert at 7 p.m. Dec. 21 at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church.An 11-piece brass ensemble, made up of musicians from the Los Alamos Symphony Orchestra, Los Alamos Big Band, Santa Fe community orchestra and other groups, will present the free concert.Jerry Morzinski, one of the performers, said the concert has been presented for six years.He said he has presented the concert with low brass instruments, tubas and euphoniums.

  • Olions assume control for one-act plays

    A woman searching for her identity, an actor unprepared for the play and a man struggling with love and finances take center stage in the Los Alamos High School drama club’s one act plays.For the one-acts, the Olions Thespian Club, seized control of all the theatrical operations – from the directing to the lighting, the students called the shots. The community had an opportunity to see the young thespians’ handiwork last week and the opportunity to experience the one-acts will be available at 7 p.m.

  • Caldera trust moves to secure future

     

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Resource Board under formation

    Community members turned out to hear what it takes to serve on the local board of the national youth mentoring organization, Big Brothers Big Sisters. During a lunchtime presentation Wednesday at the Hilltop House Hotel, nearly 20 people learned about the history, local status and board duties. The board positions consist of two-year terms with an option to renew. Between seven and 21 board members are being sought.

  • Pajarito set to open Dec. 21

    Pajarito Ski Area announced on its website that it will be up and running next weekend.The ski area will officially open Dec. 21 with four lifts running as well as “other (m)ountain services in place,” according to www.skipajarito.com.Lifts are scheduled to start operation at 9 a.m. Dec. 21 and run until 4 p.m. on all operation days.Pajarito reported it received 20 to 26 inches of snow out of the most recent storm, bringing its base total to 22 to 30 inches.

  • Boys basketball: LA travels to Belen tonight

    Despite the weather hassles, the Los Alamos-Belen boys basketball game is still on for this evening.Los Alamos will travel to Belen this evening to take on the Eagles. Tip-off for the varsity game is scheduled for 7 p.m.The Hilltoppers are 4-1 on the young season and are coming off a successful swing up to the Four Corners area.

  • Doris Lillian Delano

    DELANO – July 15, 1915, to Dec. 7, 2007 – Doris Lillian Delano passed away on Dec. 7, 2007, in Colorado Springs, Colo. She was a longtime resident of Los Alamos, where she and her husband raised their family of five children. She was a homemaker, artist and teacher.

  • Council approves fence for Muni Building

    All seven county councilors turned out on an icy evening for a work session on Tuesday, where budget guidance, the scope of construction on Diamond Drive and RV storage were the topics placed on the agenda weeks ago. A last-minute addition to council’s agenda was the recommendation to place a barrier fence around the Municipal Building.In response to a letter the county received from the Design Group about the condition of the Municipal Building, council adopted the recommendation that a fence be installed around the 40-year-old building.

  • UNM-LA site plan, budget and Trinity top agenda

    All seven county councilors turned out on an icy evening for a work session on Tuesday, where budget guidance, the scope of construction on Diamond Drive and RV storage were the topics placed on the agenda weeks ago. A last-minute addition to council’s agenda was the recommendation to place a barrier fence around the Municipal Building.In response to a letter the county received from the Design Group about the condition of the Municipal Building, council adopted the recommendation that a fence be installed around the 40-year-old building.&nbs

  • Retired General: Beware of nuclear break-out

    A distinguished authority on disarmament issues said new nuclear proliferation dangers are looming.Lt. Gen.