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Get Warm and Fuzzy at Warm Hearts Yarn

on February 11, 2012 - 5:00pm

Students knit during a Saturday morning class at Warm Hearts Yarn in White Rock. Photo by Bonnie Gordon/ladailypost.com

By Bonnie J. Gordon

The local yarn shop is dear to the heart of many a knitter and since August, Warm Hearts Yarn has been providing local crafters with a place to call their own.

The store is located in White Rock at 13 Sherwood, near Smiths Food and Drugs Center.

Los Alamos native Katie Brousseau has been knitting and crocheting since the age of 9 and Warm Hearts Yarn grew out of her desire to share her enthusiasm for handwork with her hometown.

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Leaders Hope to Shape Economic Development

on February 9, 2012 - 5:00pm
 
Special to ladailpost.com
 
 
Each month a group of about 20 current and emerging leaders gather to enhance their leadership skills by learning more about challenges and opportunities facing our community through the Leadership Los Alamos program.

The most recent session, led by MICHELINE DEVAURS and MIKE WISMER, focused on economic development, where participants hoped to gain an understanding at both the state and local levels.

Discussions and presentations focused on the vision for the future, the planning efforts underway and how to contribute to shaping future economic

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Smith’s Fuel Center to Replace Shamrock Gas Station

on February 8, 2012 - 5:00pm

Special to the Los Alamos Daily Post

On Wednesday Evening, the Los Alamos County Planning and Zoning Commission approved a site plan for a Smith’s fuel center to be built at the existing Shamrock gas station site at 1239 Trinity Dr.

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Smith’s will lease the property at the corner of Trinity Drive and Knecht Street from Polk JT Properties. County Council approved a lease agreement with North American Development Group (NADG) last week, paving the way for the development of Trinity Place.

Smith’s new fuel center will be adjacent to the Smith’s Marketplace store in Trinity

Enloe and Cowan Share Unique History

on February 6, 2012 - 5:00pm

 

Bill Enloe, left, with Dr. George Cowan at the Santa Fe Institute in December. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Santa Fe Institute founder Dr. George A. Cowan and SFI board member Bill Enloe discussed their unique history in an interview on the Behind the White Coat science program in December.

Cowan is a founding director of Los Alamos National Bank and was its chairman for 30 years. Enloe has spent his professional career with LANB and serves as chairman and chief executive officer.

Cowan is a research scientist, academician, businessman and philanthropist.

Developer Sells Central Park Square

on February 6, 2012 - 5:00pm

Central Park Square

BUSINESS News:

The Los Alamos Daily Post has learned that Philip H. Kunsberg of Los Alamos has purchased Central Park Square from Tom Netuschil, owner of Netuschil Development Corp in Los Alamos.

A mortgage dated Dec. 29, 2011 lists Kunsberg, along with John Vogel Jr. and Judith A. Music, as borrowers on a loan financed through Los Alamos National Bank that also purchased the two-story building at 464 Central Ave., across from the Hilltop House Hotel and property at 278 DP Road.

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