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Today's News

  • "Friday Night at the Movies"

    This Sunday marks the 80th anniversary of the Academy Awards. To kick off Hollywood’s annual event, The Los Alamos Community Winds will bring a little bit of “Tinseltown” to the stage this weekend with a concert of music from television and motion pictures titled “Friday Night at the Movies.”Friday’s concert marks the fourth in a series of biennial concerts of music from film and television that The Los Alamos Community Winds have produced.

  • Swimming and Diving: Topper heat assignments for Friday

    Here are the scheduled events for Los Alamos swimmers at Friday’s state championship preliminaries, along with seed times.

    Girls200 medley relayLos Alamos, heat two, 2:00.14.

    200 freestyleSammi Kao, heat two, 2:00.99.

    200 individual medleyLydia Wermer, heat two, 2:20.97; Kara Leasure, heat four, 2:16.15; Lauren Castro, heat four, 2:25.92; Vanessa Chavez, heat four, 2:29.69.

  • Swimming and Diving: LA teams prep for state meet

    When bagel flavor is the hot topic of discussion before practice, it’s safe to assume the mood around the Hilltopper boys swim team is loose.Los Alamos’ boys and girls teams will head to the state championship meet for preliminary competition Friday. Finals will be held Saturday at the Albuquerque Academy Natatorium.Prior to Tuesday’s workout at the Larry R.

  • A new widescreen TV is not so complex

    Trying to figure out the economy is just something you don’t want to attempt unless you are a trained journalist like this humble correspondent. World finances can be baffling to even the brightest minds.There are a lot of television experts who are employed to analyze the economy. They say the following:Things could get better. Or they could get worse. We are not sure. One thing these analysts know is that their own personal economy is in pretty good shape because they get paid a lot of money not to have a handle on what is going on.

  • Lab takes back one bus route

    Atomic City Transit has been picking up  and dropping off passengers throughout the county since October, and providing service inside the security perimeter of Los Alamos National Laboratory with a TA-3 circulator route. LANS has notified the county that KSL will begin servicing the LANL TA-3 Circulator Route Monday. Atomic City Transit will cease to provide transit services for the LANL TA-3 Circulator Route 2 effective 7:04 p.m.

  • Got carbon dioxide? Make fuel

    A scientist from Los Alamos National Laboratory is at a conference in Florida today, pitching the idea of making gasoline from air and water.Jeffrey Martin, a nuclear engineer who has most recently been a senior advisor in the laboratory director’s office, is attending the Alternative Energy NOW conference in Lake Buena Vista with a plan for producing a synthetic gasoline that can power planes and cars out of plain air.In a telephone interview Tuesday, Martin said the idea grew out of a military request for ideas on how to field a fuel-making system in the b

  • Thank You

    Playschool gets ValentinesLittle Forest Playschool wishes to thank the following individuals and businesses for their donations to the “For Your Valentine” silent auction.

  • Counterintelligence expert to address Black History Month

    The director of the Office of Counterintelligence at Los Alamos National Laboratory will be the keynote speaker for a Black History Month public discussion at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the University of New Mexico -  Los Alamos Lecture Hall, Building 2, upper level.William McKinley Phillips, III, will speak on “How Might We View Black History Month: Embracing Cultural Diversity.”  Phillips was 11 years old and present when Dr.

  • Robert (Rogie) Tyson

    TYSON – Robert (Rogie) Tyson, 87, of Albuquerque, died Friday, Feb. 15, 2008, in Albuquerque at home, with his wife at his side. He was born March 24, 1920, in Wolf Point, Mont., the son of Harry and Anna Tyson. He is survived by his beloved wife of 65 years, Mary; his son Bill and his wife, Nancy of Farmington, N.M.; their four sons: Brian and wife Christa of Pittsford, N.Y.; Kyle and wife Beth of Farmington, N.M.; Dennis and wife Michelle of Las Vegas, Nev.; and Zachary and wife Nicole of Grand Prairie, Texas; and three great-grandchildren.

  • Children learn when to say ‘no’ to adults in YMCA program

    Kicking, screaming, breaking free and dashing towards the nearest telephone to alert 9-1-1 are lifelines mastered by young graduates of a dynamic new program at The Family YMCA.“This will stay with you for the rest of your life,” certified instructor Lisa Gonzales said of the strategic techniques taught in the R.A.D. (Resisting Aggression Defensively) course, which concluded Saturday.R.A.D. is a personal empowerment safety education and violence prevention program for children.