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Letter To The Editor: Spend Now, Repay Forever...

on April 15, 2017 - 9:07am
By KEI DAVIS
Los Alamos
 
Here we go again! Those aren't leaves on our trees, they're banknotes – and we have a lot of trees!
 
We're told that we cannot afford to replace the HVAC in the Mesa Public Library; staffing, hours, and frequency of warm water weekends at Larry Walkup only goes down; infrastructure generally crumbles around us; but obligating ourselves to $20 million to build and operate some high-maintenance new toys is a great idea! http://www.ladailypost.com/content/voters-consider-multi-generational-pool
 
It's such a good idea that it must be in the same exalted class of

7th Annual Run For Her Life Race Results

on April 15, 2017 - 6:45am
Hadassah News:
 
All proceeds in Sunday's 7th Annual Run For Her Life 5K and 10K Races at East Park in Los Alamos were donated to Breast Cancer research.
 
In the 5K race, the top female finisher was Tammie Nelson with a time of 23:15 and the first male was Scott Valdez recording a 20:12. 
 
Erica Baron had a 40:12 for best female finisher in the 10K distance and Nathan Knapp was top male with a time of 40:12.
 
Race Results

Men 5K, 19 and under:

  • 44:19.30 Emmitt Tibbitts, White Rock
Men 5K, 20-29
  • 33:21 Daniel Livingston, Los Alamos
Men 5K, 30-39
  • 53:55 Michael Fensin, Los Alamos
Men

Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks Monument Closed April 16-17

on April 15, 2017 - 6:05am
BLM News:
 
ALBUQUERQUE  The Bureau of Land Management is announcing that Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument near White Rock is closing Easter Sunday, April 16 and Monday, April 17.
 
These closures will allow members of the Cochiti Pueblo exclusive access to the monument for traditional cultural and religious activities. The Monument will reopen to the public Tuesday, April 18 during its regular hours of 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., with the entrance gate closing at 6 p.m.
 
For more information, contact Rio Puerco Field Office Manager John Brenna at 505.761.8700.

Letter To The Editor: Recreation Bond Thoughts

on April 14, 2017 - 6:48pm

By Resident of Los Alamos

My property taxes have doubled for my half duplex in the past seven years. At the current rate of increase they double again in 10 years. My retired years will be funded by personal investments, social security, and not a pension fund.

I am speaking in behalf of all who live in town who will not have a pension fund and live off of social security. With the increase of our water rates, sewer rates and current bonds that the County will never retire, I am against a new recreational bond.

There are several large buildings in town that are empty.

LAHS Boys Golf Shootout In The Desert Results

on April 14, 2017 - 12:46pm
SPORTS News:
 
The LAHS golf teams competed in the Shootout in the Desert Monday, April 10, at the Canyon Club at Four Hills in ABQ.
 
The tournament was put on by the Sun Country Section of the PGA and was designed to bring the best teams from New Mexico together in one event, regardless of school classification.
 
Team Results
  • 1. Cleveland, 304
  • 2. Piedra Vista, 323
  • 3. St. Michael's, 325
  • t4. Hope Christian, 332
  • t4. Los Lunas, 332
  • 6. Los Alamos, 335
  • 7. Farmington, 369
  • 8. St. Pius, 376
  • 9. Sandia Prep, 397
  • 10. Valencia, 475
  • 11. Cottonwood Classical, 538
  • 12. Robertson, No Team Score
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Daily Postcard: Blue Dot Trail

on April 14, 2017 - 6:53am

Daily Postcard: Scene from a recent hike along the Blue Dot Trail in White Rock. Photo by Robert Beberniss

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