Bonnie J. Gordon

FBI: Joint Law Enforcement Operation Results In Major Marijuana Eradication At 21 Farms On Navajo Nation

Anyone with information on this effort should contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324). Courtesy/FBI

FBI News:

ALBUQUERQUE – Federal, state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies last week teamed together in the Shiprock area to conduct a marijuana eradication operation that yielded tremendous results.

The FBI led hundreds of officers in a large-scale, multi-agency law enforcement operation Nov. 9-Nov. 11, that took place at 21 farms and two residences on the Navajo Nation near Shiprock.

The marijuana was housed in 1,107 grow houses, though dozens more were under construction.


Los Alamos Community Winds: Live Music Drive-In Style

The Los Alamos Community Winds. Courtesy/LACW


The Los Alamos Community Winds is hosting “Bring Back Music – Los Alamos,” a live concert for the community 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24.

The concert will be held in the north parking lot of Central Park Square, on the corner of 15th Street and Nectar Street, in Los Alamos. Registration is via Eventbrite at

Bring Back Music – Los Alamos will include performances from The Los Alamos Flute Choir, the Los Alamos Clarinet Quintet, The SaxAtomix,


Santa Fe Activist Shares Hiroshima Day Recollections

Photograph of Hiroshima shortly after the dropping of the atomic bomb. Photo by Shiegeo Hayashi

Stephen Fox

Los Alamos Daily Post

On Aug. 6, 1945, the United States becomes the first and only nation to use atomic weaponry during wartime when it dropped an atomic bomb  on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.

Approximately 80,000 people are killed as a direct result of the blast, and another 35,000 are injured. At least another 60,000 would be dead by the end of the year from the effects of the fallout.

On Aug. 6, 1945, the American bomber Enola Gay dropped a five-ton


NMAA Hopeful All Interscholastic Sports Happens This Year

NMAA Executive Director Sally Marquez

Staff Report: :

In concert with the July 9 announcement from Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, competition in contact sports will not take place this fall.

Because of this, the New Mexico Activities Association will be postponing both the 2020 football and soccer seasons to the Spring Semester.

Although the NMAA and its member schools were hopeful that all interscholastic sports and activities could resume as originally scheduled this August, the continued Coronavirus pandemic and resulting public health concerns have forced the Association to consider