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Today's News

  • Chihuahua Finds 2 Girls Lost in Georgia Woods
  • NM taxpayers shell out nearly $8 million for redistricting

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico taxpayers shelled out nearly $8 million for the politically divisive, once-a-decade task of drawing new district boundaries for the Legislature, Congress and other elected offices, according to state records.

    The expenses exceeded the nearly $7 million in total adjusted for inflation costs for redistricting after the 2000 census. Actual costs were $5.2 million at the time.

  • Douglas Wins All-around Gymnastics Title
  • Phelps Wins Rematch With Lochte
  • Nomads play Friday at DNCU

    Familiarity can breed a great time when it comes to the Los Alamos rock band Eddy and the Nomads. The band plays at 7 p.m. Friday at Del Norte Credit Union. Sponsors of the Los Alamos County Summer Concert Series are presenting the free concert.
    The Nomads have been playing Los Alamos concerts for about 30 years. Members have come and gone except for Wilfred Romero, a founding member. Eddy Partridge joined a few years later. The band’s name changed to Eddy and the Nomads a few years ago, when they discovered that “Nomads” had way too many listings on the web. Eddy and Wilfred play lead and rhythm guitars. Bob Carmen is the bassist and Ringo Davey is the drummer.

  • Be There 08-02-12

    Today
     The Mesa Public Library Film Series presents “I Am Love,” starring Tilda Swinton, at 6:30 p.m. This will be the final movie of the Foreign Film Series.

    The August meeting of the Los Alamos Master Gardeners will be at 7 p.m. in the Community Building training room.

    Friday
    Pre-registration for exhibits in the Los Alamos County Fair will be accepted through today. Register online at losalamosextension.nmsu.edu/fair.html or at the Los Alamos Extension Office in the Los Alamos Community Building, 475 20th St. Suite A. Fair books with a detailed listing of classes are available online or at the Extension Office. For more information, contact Paula or Carlos at 662-2656.

  • Gadbois to create mural

    The University of New Mexico-Los Alamos has commissioned Santa Fe artist Nick Gadbois to create a work of art for the UNM-LA campus.
    The Local Selection Committee at UNM-LA sought to commission a work that would connect the campus and the Los Alamos community as well as conceptually relate to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
    Finalists were selected in March 2012 and a final selection was made in July. Budget for the project is $57,000. Installation will be completed during fall 2013.

  • Practice makes perfect

    Members of the Los Alamos High School marching band took part in drills this morning at the practice field near Sullivan Field and UNM-LA. They are preparing for the upcoming LAHS football season. The first LAHS home game is scheduled for Aug. 31.

  • Update 08-02-12

    Pancake breakfast

    There will be a pancake breakfast from 7-11 a.m. Sunday at the Posse Lodge, benefitting the Alzheimer’s Association. The cost is $7 per person.

    Foreign Film Series

    The Mesa Public Library Film Series presents “I Am Love,” starring Tilda Swinton, at 6:30 p.m. today. This will be the final movie of the Foreign Film Series.

    County Council

    The Los Alamos County Council will meet at 7 p.m. Aug. 7 in council chambers.

    Martian celebration

  • Western wildfire recovery likely to take years

    DENVER (AP) — A once-thriving Colorado neighborhood of homes and healthy trees has been reduced to a barren expanse of ash and debris. Across the state, a river prized for its trout, rapids and pristine water instead flows as an oily, black brew every time rain falls on nearby slopes charred by wildfire.
    In New Mexico, the Santa Clara Pueblo is seeking volunteers to fill sandbags for fear the American Indian village of 3,100 will be washed away by runoff from mountainsides left denuded by a blaze last year.
    Wildfires across the West are burning homes, businesses, bridges and other infrastructure necessary for everyday life — and the disaster isn’t over when the wildfire is snuffed out and the firefighters go home.