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Registration: Los Alamos Dog Obedience March 13-27

on March 11, 2017 - 11:10am

Registration opens Monday for the next session of dog training classes. Courtesy/LADOC

LADOC News:

Registration for the next session of dog training classes offered by the Los Alamos Dog Obedience Club (LADOC) opens Monday, March 13 and runs through March 27.

LADOC has been serving Los Alamos Dog Owners since 1952, LADOC trainers and competitors are up to date on the latest training techniques and have helped pet owners and competitors train thousands of Los Alamos dogs over the past 64 years.

Course offerings this session include Basic Manners, Puppy Kindergarten, Agility and Canine

Meet New Los Alamos Juvenile Justice Advisory Board Resource Advocates

on March 11, 2017 - 8:58am

JJAB Resource Advocates from left, Cindy Koehler, William High Eagle Sandoval, Katy Fellows, Caron Inglis and Santina Shije. Courtesy photo

JJAB News:

The Los Alamos Juvenile Justice Advisory Board (JJAB) recently hired three new Resource Advocates. Caron Inglis joins William High Eagle Sandoval and Santina Shije as a Youth Resource Advocate (YRA). Cindy Koehler and Katy Fellows are new Family Resource Advocates (FRAs).

The Resource Advocates provide wraparound case management services to youth and their families who live or attend school in Los Alamos County.

Letter To The Editor: Veto Override Of HB241 Hurts

on March 11, 2017 - 7:42am
By CHARLES BOWYER
NEW-NM Executive Director
 
Gov. Susana Martinez doesn't think teachers are human, too, since she vetoed HB 241 introduced by Republican legislators.
 
The veto is inhumane - hurting both students and educators. House Bill 241 recognizes that teachers might occasionally need to take sick leave.
 
Fortunately the majority in both the House (only three votes against) and Senate (unanimously in favor) do believe teachers are human, too.
 
Educators statewide urge the House and the Senate to override the Governor's veto, as called for by Sen. Brandt (R-Rio Rancho).

Fisherman Bill Orr Teaches Two-Day Fly Tying Class

on March 11, 2017 - 7:19am
Each participant in the upcoming fly tying class receives a copy of Fly Patterns of Northern New Mexico. Courtesy photo
 
PEEC News:
 
Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) is working with fisherman Bill Orr, who co-authored the book Fly Patterns of Northern New Mexico, to offer another two-day fly tying class, 1:30-3:30 p.m., March 19 and 26. 
 
Participants will create their own ties designed for local fishing and receive a free copy of Orr's book. All experience levels are welcome, even those who think they are all thumbs.
 
In this class, Orr will cover flies that were

PAC 8 Community Media Center Online Auction

on March 11, 2017 - 7:00am
Students enrolled in a PAC 8 class learn video making and are shown here working on location at Ashley Pond Park. Courtesy photo
 
PAC8 News:
 
PAC 8 is holding its annual online auction fundraiser. The auction this year is not as fancy as previous years due to limited resources. PAC 8 is a nonprofit organization and community media center. The money raised by this auction will go to scholarships for students, PAC 8 internships and other worthy programs.
 
The auction ends at midnight Sunday, March 12. The community is invited to email bids to pac8@lsalamos.com. Include, phone number,

Local Trumpet Recital By Miriam Wallstrom Sunday

on March 11, 2017 - 6:45am

MUSIC News: 

Miriam Wallstrom, a high school junior, will present her first trumpet recital at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 12 at Fuller Lodge. Playing pieces on both a b flat trumpet and a piccolo trumpet, Wallstrom will perform works by Haydn, Albinoni, Sasche and a Dixieland jazz piece.

Jan McDonald is her music teacher and will accompany her on trumpet for several of her recital pieces. Cindy Little, well-known piano player, also will accompany her on the piano, and her friend Jenny Paige will play duets with her on the euphonium.

Wallstrom has studied the trumpet for almost six years, played

Scenes From County’s Emergency Tabletop Exercise

on March 10, 2017 - 10:12am

Los Alamos County staff worked through an emergency tabletop exercise this morning in Council Chambers, testing its updated emergency operations plan. Courtesy photo

County Utilities Manager Tim Glasco and Police Chief Dino Sgambellone participate in this morning's exercise. Courtesy photo

From left, County employees Bryan Aragon, Chris Wilson and Dan Erickson participate in discussions during this morning's drill. Courtesy photo

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