Carol A. Clark

Snow Scenes On Main Hill, Along Airport And Central

The scene at about 10:45 a.m. today of a Los Alamos County sand truck treating the Main Hill Road. A sand truck also was spotted at work on N.M. 4 this morning between White Rock and the Truck Route. It is cold out, snow continues to fall and traffic is moving slowly around town. Photo by Carol A. Clark/

Scene at about 11 a.m. today near the Los Alamos County Airport. Photo by Carol A. Clark/

Scene at about 11:45 a.m. today along Central Avenue in front of the Los Alamos Daily Post world headquarters. Photo by Carol A. Clark/


Winter Weather Falls On Los Alamos And Across State

A major winter storm is underway bringing rain, snow and a wintry mixture of weather across the state. Snow will favor the northern mountains and northeast plains while rain changing to snow favors western and southern New Mexico. Areas of sleet and freezing rain also will be possible across portions of east central and southeast New Mexico. Travel impacts are expected to worsen so be sure to check the latest road conditions on or call 511 if you must travel! Courtesy/NWS


New Christian Science Reading Room Under Renovation



The new home of the Christian Science Reading Room under renovation Sunday at 800 Trinity Dr., Suite G. Photo by Carol A. Clark/

Christian Science Society News:

Activities will resume at the new church home of the Christian Science Society and Christian Scientist Reading Room at 800 Trinity Dr., Suite G in Mari Mac shopping center once renovations are complete and state and local social distancing guidelines allow.

In response to social distancing requirements, and until the facility is renovated, in-person services and meetings are suspended. Anyone who


Junco Spotted Lifting Spirits Around Los Alamos

This cheerful little Junco is spotted recently lifting spirits at this warbler pond in the yard of a residence on Barranca Mesa and all over Los Alamos. Juncos, also called snowbirds because of their white tail feathers, are dark gray or brown birds brightened up by a pink bill and white outer tail feathers that periodically flash open, particularly in flight. Juncos are neat, even flashy little sparrows that flit about forest floors of the western mountains and Canada, then flood the rest of North America for winter. Juncos are birds of the ground. They hop around the bases of trees and shrubs in


Obituary: Jose ‘Joe’ Ernesto Hernandez Nov. 7, 1941 – Oct. 17, 2020

JOSE “JOE” ERNESTO HERNANDEZ Nov. 7, 1941 – Oct. 17, 2020

Jose “Joe” Ernesto Hernandez, age 78, passed away Saturday, October 17, 2020

He was born in El Paso, TX on November 7, 1941, to Jose and Consuelo ‘Lupe’ Hernandez. He was preceded in death by his father, Jose Hernandez; mother, Consuelo ‘Lupe’ Hernandez.

Joe is survived by his most beloved wife, Elvira “Daisy” Hernandez of Rio Rancho, NM; sons, Darrek (Susan) Hernandez of Tucson, AZ; Kenny (Katharine) Hernandez of Albuquerque, NM; daughter, Trisha Ballweg of Stevens Point, WI; sister, Yolie Franco of El Paso,


Los Alamos High School Eco Club Members Interview Council Candidates On Local Environmental Issues

The LAHS Eco Club recently conducted an interview of the six candidates running for Los Alamos County Council about their environment policies, and shared their write-up of the interview with the Los Alamos Daily Post. Courtesy/LAHS Eco Club

By the Los Alamos High School Eco Club

The Los Alamos High School (LAHS) Eco Club has been working on a project to interview the six County Council candidates on environmental issues that are important to our community

The first question for the candidates (Denise Derkacs, David Reagor, James Rickman, Rodney Roberson, Aaron Walker and Sean Williams) was


Zuhn Describes JJAB’s Efforts During COVID-19 Pandemic

JJAB Executive Director Lisa Zuhn

Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos

Lisa Zuhn, executive director of the Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, spoke at Kiwanis (via Zoom) Oct. 20, describing JJAB’s successful adjustment to a major societal problem—the coronavirus pandemic.

Zuhn Joined a Vital Organization

Zuhn became executive director of JJAB about 18 months ago after serving as the organization’s “court administrator.” She is a native New Mexican (“born in Albuquerque and raised in the Jemez Mountains”), with a degree in hospitality and tourism services from New Mexico State