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Vending At County Summer Concert Series

on April 8, 2017 - 6:51am
COUNTY News:
 
The Los Alamos County Recreation Division invites community members to be a part of its events occurring this summer.
 
Once again the Recreation Division is offering several vending opportunities for community organizations, vendors and businesses at several community events. To find the 2017 Special Event Vendor Application and Permit, which must be submitted to vend in Los Alamos County, visit website.
 
The Summer Concert Series has a special fee for all 16 events on County property, and those who choose not to be part of the entire series may opt to pay a one day

Smartphone Survival: Apple Dominates Depreciation Data

on April 8, 2017 - 6:43am
DECLUTTR News:
 
Data from tech-buying site Decluttr.com has revealed that Apple devices retain most value out of all smartphone brands, with rival Samsung coming second in the phone depreciation stakes.
 
Even though more than 53 percent of the U.S. smartphone market is held by Android*, depreciation data from Decluttr.com has revealed that Apple is best for your buck, with iPhone models depreciating at a slower rate than other brands.
 
When comparing the iPhone 7 with the Samsung Galaxy S7, the newest iPhone model only lost 34 percent after a month on the market, while the S7 lost 50

Sen. Sanchez On Veto Of Bill To Raise Minimum Wage

on April 7, 2017 - 9:51am
Sen. Clemente Sanchez
 
By Sen. CLEMENTE SANCHEZ
Cibola, Socorro, McKinley and Valencia
 

In the late hours of the night, Gov. Susana Martinez vetoed Sen. Clemente Sanchez’s Senate Bill 386, which would have raised the state’s minimum wage to $9 per hour. Throughout the legislative process, the bill received broad support from labor unions and business groups alike with representatives from AFSCME Council 18 and the Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce standing in support.

“This session the business and labor communities came together to support a modest raise for families who too often

On The Job In Los Alamos: At Mesa Public Library

on April 7, 2017 - 7:28am

On the job in Los Alamos at Mesa Public Library celebrating 6th Grade Month, from left, Joy Charles, Rosemary Sartor and Elly Olivas. Photo by Maire O'Neill/ladailypost.com

McQuiston: Man’s Best Friend Or A Liability?

on April 6, 2017 - 5:10pm

By ALLEN MCQUISTON
The Jemez Agency

I am an animal lover, but dogs are my personal favorite. They are great company and it’s in their nature to seek your approval and love. Dogs are said to be “man’s best friend”, but have you ever thought about how your insurance could be affected by the type of dog you decide to own?

An insurer has the right to non-renew or even refuse to write your homeowner’s policy based on the breed of dog you own. There are specific breeds of dogs that have a negative connotation due to their aggressive reputation.

‘Stress Busters’ For The Sandwich Generation

on April 6, 2017 - 5:08pm

Information provided by
Shelly A. Wiemann
Edward Jones Financial Advisor

You may be too busy to realize it, but April is Stress Awareness Month. Sponsored by the Health Resource Network, a nonprofit health education group, Stress Awareness Month is designed to promote awareness about ways to reduce stress in our lives. And if you’re a member of the so-called “Sandwich Generation,” you may well have plenty of stress to deal with — especially financial stress. And that’s why you may want to look at this month as an opportunity to explore ways of “de-stressing” yourself.

To understand the scope

CIR Statement On Proposed State Department Budget

on April 6, 2017 - 10:01am
By CHUCK CASE
President of the Board of Directors
Santa Fe Council on International Relations
 
Since its founding in 1965, the Council on International Relations (CIR), has hosted international visitors through the State Department’s International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP). This venerable program has been a key element in citizen diplomacy between our country and other countries worldwide for the past 77 years, described by the State Department itself as its “premier professional exchange program.”
 
Approximately 5,000 emerging leaders visit the United States each year and more than

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