Carol A. Clark

Weekly Fishing Report: Aug. 18, 2022

By GEORGE MORSE
Sports And Outdoors
Los Alamos Daily Post

The State Game and Fish Department stocked a total of 18,579 triploid rainbow trout last week that weighed a total of 6,647 pounds. Included in the stocking were 993 trout that averaged between 15.2 and 17.8 inches in size that weighed a total of 1,910 pounds.

For the past 10 seasons the Department has included the stocking of larger-than-average rainbow trout in its regular stocking routine. This had initially started because the Department had to close the Los Ojos Fish Hatchery due to the presence of Whirling Disease.

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Chart 669: Los Alamos Moves From Green Back Down To Yellow On CDC Map

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released today its weekly update to the COVID-19 community level map. Los Alamos moves from Green down to Yellow. The CDC framework designates community level based on diagnoses and hospitalization levels (link). Masks are recommended for all in counties at the highest, red, risk level. Masks are recommended for at-risk individuals in counties at the intermediate, yellow, risk level. Source: CDC. Map: mapchart.net. Read More

Rumours … Ultimate Fleetwood Mac Tribute Show Performs Summer Concert At Ashley Pond Park Friday

Rumours, The Ultimate Feetwood Mac Tribute Show, headlines the Summer Concert Friday at the Pond. Courtesy/Sancre  

New Taos-based rock band StoneDaddyStone opens for Rumours, The Ultimate Feetwood Mac Tribute band at the Summer Concert Friday at the Pond. Courtesy/Sancre

Summer Concert News:

Rumours – The Ultimate Feetwood Mac Tribute Show, will be headlining this Friday’s second to last Los Alamos Summer Concert for the 2022 Series presented by Toyota of Santa Fe.

Rumours has meticulously put together a show that spares no detail. Recreating the band’s legendary persona, in Read More

Take A Last Look At ‘WORDS On The Edge’ At New Mexico History Museum Ahead Of Its Closure Aug. 31

Thomas Leech printing the broadside for Arthur Sze’s piece, ‘Black Center’ at The Press at the Palace of Governors in Santa Fe. ‘WORDS on the Edge’ leaves NMHM after Aug. 31. Courtesy/EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss

NMHM News:

WORDS on the Edge is leaving New Mexico History Museum (NMHM) after Aug. 31, which means there are only two more weeks for a last look at these limited-edition broadsides exploring nature and its irresponsible destruction through language and design.

WORDS on the Edge, is a portfolio of broadsides consisting of 26 poems and lyrics texts that address themes of nature Read More

Algebra Tutors, Professional Learning, New Curriculum All Support PED’s ‘Math Identity’ Initiative

PED News:

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Public Education Department (PED) is organizing a 150-member Math Tutoring Corps, rolling out new professional learning for math teachers, and offering them designed-for-New Mexico math curricula as the first steps in a yearlong initiative to show students how they will use math throughout their lives. 

Those and other efforts will support the department’s yearlong “Math Is Me” initiative to convey this simple message to every New Mexican: “We all do math every day and therefore should see ourselves as math capable.”

“One of our big goals for this school Read More

LAPS Foundation: Hilltopper 5K Run Sunday Aug. 21

Course map showing the route and areas where traffic will be impacted 8-10 a.m. Sunday, including Canyon Road, 4th Street, Central Avenue, 15th Street and Iris Street.

LAPS Foundation News:

The Hilltopper 5K Run this Sunday, Aug. 21, begins at 8 a.m. along Canyon Road.

The above course map shows the route and areas where traffic will be impacted 8-10 a.m., Sunday including Canyon Road, 4th Street, Central Avenue, 15th Street and Iris Street.

The race starts at Canyon and Trinity (next to the Canyon Complex parking lot) and ends at the Los Alamos Co-op Park at 1010 Central Ave.

There is still time Read More

LAHS: Reminder To Purchase Home Game Tickets Online

LAHS News:

The Los Alamos High School (LAHS) Athletics Department wants to remind fans that tickets for all home events must be purchased in advance here.

Tickets may be purchased at the game using a QR code for access to the ticket app. There are no cash sales for tickets at any event. 

Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for students and seniors (age 65 and older). Tickets Season passes also are on sale here. Passes are good for admission to all regular season home games but will not be accepted for any postseason District or State tournament games. The cost for a season pass is $85 for an individual, $50 for Read More

Los Alamos Legend Lou Pierotti Will Be Inducted Into The New Mexico Sports Hall Of Fame Saturday Aug. 20, 2022

Lou Pierotti, surrounded by the Los Alamos Lassies softball team in the 1960s. The Lassies were one of the many teams Pierotti mentored. Courtesy/Los Alamos Historical Society and the Pierotti family

By BONNIE J. GORDON
Los Alamos Daily Post
bjgordon@ladailypost.com

Luigi “Lou” Pierotti will be inducted into the New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame Saturday. Unfortunately, he won’t be there in person. Pierotti died at age 94, March 21, 2015.

Pierotti is a legend in Los Alamos. For more than 55 years, the Pierotti family ran two popular businesses, Los Alamos Flowers and Gifts and The Soda Shop. He Read More

Parks And Rec Board Recommends Design Concept Option A For Los Alamos County Golf Course

By KIRSTEN LASKEY
Los Alamos Daily Post
kirsten@ladailypost.com

With its smaller price tag, quick timeline and strong support from the Los Alamos Golf Association (LAGA), during its meeting on Aug. 11 the Parks and Recreation Board approved recommending to Los Alamos County Council design concept option A as part of a second phase of future improvements to the golf course.  .

The board further approved picking design concept A for development of construction documents, including a detailed tree survey mitigation strategy, that would return to the Parks and Recreation Board along with community Read More

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