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Letter To The Editor: In Appreciation Of The Post

on May 17, 2017 - 8:02am
By ROB BARAN
Los Alamos
 
I wanted to take a break from the lively debate to thank the editor of the Los Alamos Daily Post for posting all of these varied opinions in their unabridged, passionate entirety!

This is the first town I have ever seen where the Press is open and accessible, and so heavily relied on. I am glad to see such a healthy, vibrant, and civic forum.

You've been putting these opinion pieces up at your own cost, but it has been an invaluable service. Regardless of how the vote turns out, thank you for making ALL (pro and con) of our voices heard!

 

Shareholder Resolution Urges Kroger To Appoint Independent Chairman Of The Board

on May 17, 2017 - 7:31am
MELTWATER News:
 
At the Kroger Company’s Annual General Meeting of shareholders June 22, Lisa Lindsley, Capital Markets Advisor for SumOfUs, an international corporate watchdog, will present a shareholder resolution calling for the separation of the role of CEO and Chair of the Board, to create an independent Board Chair. Kroger CEOs have held the role of Board Chair for several decades.
 
 
“We believe that independent board leadership would be a constructive move for

On The Job In Los Alamos: At El Parasol

on May 16, 2017 - 4:41pm
On the job in Los Alamos: Bernardo Torres is a familiar face at El Parasol at 1903 Central Ave., where he has worked since 2006. Photo by Maire O'Neill@ladailypost.com

Study: Los Alamos County Ranks Among Best Places In New Mexico To Borrow Money

on May 15, 2017 - 7:15pm
SMARTASSET News:
 
Buying a home, going to college, and starting a new business are a few reasons why Americans take out loans.
 
We all know this, but did you know that there are places where it’s better to borrow money and easier to manage debt than others? These places generally offer a great cost of living relative to income and provide stronger legal protections for borrowers.
 
In its new study, SmartAsset dove into the numbers to uncover the best places to borrow money, and Los Alamos County ranked among the top spots in New Mexico.
 
For a look at how Los Alamos County

Nonprofit Training Session May 25, RSVP Now

on May 15, 2017 - 6:52pm
LACF News:
 
Los Alamos Community Foundation is excited to be teaming up with Leadership Los Alamos and United Way of Northern New Mexico to host the first “Volunteer Fair at Chamberfest” Saturday, June 10.

The format for this year’s “Volunteer Fair at Chamberfest” will be different than past volunteer fairs. The LACF Chamberfest booth will feature table space for nonprofits to display information about volunteer opportunities. You don’t have to staff the booth! You simply provide the materials using easy-to-use templates available at the May 25 nonprofit training session:

Preparing Your

Chamber Breakfast At UNM-LA May 17

on May 15, 2017 - 3:15pm
CHAMBER News:
 
The May 17 Chamber Breakfast in Building 2 room 230 at UNM-LA will be a discussion of what is taking place in the Los Alamos housing market.
 
The latest data compiled by the realtors will give you an accurate look at what is taking place. Presenter Teddie Sue Mooday is an Associate Broker with RE/MAX of Los Alamos and a member of the RE/MAX Hall of Fame.
 
This Chamber Breakfast will provide valuable information for bankers, mortgage brokers, employers looking to house employees, home improvement retailers and wholesalers, contractors in all fields, as well as people

New Mexico Bank & Trust Recognized As A 2017 Forbes Best Bank In America

on May 15, 2017 - 11:42am
NMBT News:
 
ALBUQUERQUE — New Mexico Bank & Trust, a subsidiary of Heartland Financial USA, Inc. (NASDAQ:HTLF), has been named a “Forbes Best Bank 2017”.
 
In its annual review of the largest publicly traded banks and thrifts, Forbes ranked Heartland Financial USA, Inc. 44 th among a nationwide group of 100 leading banking organizations with assets ranging from under $8 billion to over $2.5 trillion.
 
“We are proud to be named among the best banks in America for 2017,” said Greg Leyendecker, President and CEO of New Mexico Bank & Trust.

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