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Los Alamos Fall Job Fair & Resume Writing Workshop Oct. 5


The Los Alamos Job Fair will be held 12-4 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 5, at the University of New Mexico – Los Alamos branch campus, at 4000 University Drive in Los Alamos.

Sponsored by TechSource and Century Bank, hosted by UNM-Los Alamos and organized by the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, the Job Fair will feature up to 50 participating businesses that are currently hiring for positions of any level. 

Businesses that are hiring may participate by registering at Registration is limited to the first 50 businesses. Registration will close at 5 p.m., Read More

LAHS To Honor 8th Athletic Hall Of Fame Class

Members of the 7th LAHS Athletic Hall of Fame class honored in 2021. This years inductees include Chase Ealey, Katie Schmitt-Gauss, Kevin Dotson, Sarah Lott and Stephen Sydoriak. In addition, Diane Wood Gordon will be recognized as a member of the class of 2021. Courtesy/LAPS

LAHS News:

Los Alamos High School Homecoming 2023 starts next week with a host of activities and athletic events, including the induction of the 8th Athletic Hall of Fame class. This year’s inductees are Chase Ealey, Katie Schmitt-Gauss, Kevin Dotson, Sarah Lott, and Stephen Sydoriak. In addition, Diane Wood Gordon will Read More

Red River Grant To Enhance Beautification, Reduce Litter

The Town of Red River has been awarded a grant of $7,355.44 from the Clean and Beautiful Grant Program, an initiative of the New Mexico Tourism Department. Courtesy/Town of Red River

Red River News:

RED RIVER — The Town of Red River has announced that it has been awarded a grant of $7,355.44 from the Clean and Beautiful Grant Program, an initiative of the New Mexico Tourism Department.

This grant will significantly contribute to this Northern New Mexico town’s ongoing efforts to enhance beautification and reduce litter within its community.

Mayor Linda Calhoun expressed appreciation for the Read More

New Mexico Supreme Court Unveils Portraits Of Chief Justices Barbara Vigil And Judith Nakamura

Chief Justices Judith Nakamura, left, and Barbara Vigil at portrait unveiling at Supreme Court. Courtesy photo

NMSC News:

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Supreme Court honored and celebrated the judicial careers of Chief Justices Barbara J. Vigil and Judith K. Nakamura during a ceremony today to unveil their official portraits.

The portraits will be displayed in the historic Supreme Court building in an area known as the Hall of Chief Justices because it contains portraits of other justices who led the state’s highest court. 

“These paintings serve as a permanent reminder of the extraordinary accomplishments Read More

N3B Raises $10,000 To Support Local Non-profit LA Cares

N3B raised $10,278 for the non-profit organization LA Cares at its annual Danny Nichols Memorial Golf and Cornhole Tournament fundraiser. Pictured left to right, Jeff Stevens, N3B; Barbara Evans, LA Cares; Valarie Prestwood, LA Cares; Cynthia Hoenshel, N3B; Lyn Haval, LA Cares; Beth Riker, LA Cares; Scott Rizor, N3B. Courtesy/N3B

N3B News:

Last month, representatives of Newport News Nuclear BWXT Los Alamos (N3B) presented a check for $10,278 to staff and board members of the non-profit organization LA Cares to support their food and financial assistance programs for Los Alamos County Read More

County: Black Feather Fire Smoke Visible From Los Alamos Poses No Threat

View of smoke plume taken near Tea Kettle Rock off FR103 in San Pedro Parks Wilderness on Cuba Ranger District. Courtesy photo

View of smoke plume from the north parking lot of Central Parks Square. Photo By Dixon Wolf 


Los Alamos Fire Department (LAFD) reports that smoke seen in the Los Alamos County area is from the Black Feather fire burning in the Rio Arriba/Sandoval County near the San Pedro Wilderness. While LAFD is monitoring this fire that is approximately 25 miles from the community and has burned 100 acres, the fire currently poses no threat to the Los Alamos community.

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MANNM Is Now Accepting New Patients

Jason Hayes, CFNP


Medical Associates of Northern New Mexico (MANNM) announces Family Nurse Practitioner Jason Hayes, CFNP, has joined their medical team.

Hayes earned his Master’s degree in Nursing from Hawaii Pacific University. He has been a Family Nurse Practitioner for 9 years and is now accepting new patients at MANNM. MANNM is at 3917 West Road # A at the Los Alamos Medical Center.


Susan Skelton, CFNP

Susan Skelton, CFNP, has been a Family Nurse Practitioner provider in MANNM’s Walk-In Clinic since 2018. She is now accepting primary care patients.

MANNM also announced Read More

Los Alamos Faith And Science Forum Presents ‘Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy, Science, Peril, And Promise’ July 25


Los Alamos Faith and Science Forum (LAFSF) presents “Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy, Science, Peril, and Promise” by Dr. James Carroll at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 25 at SALA Event Centre. Food trucks will be available in the parking lot.

Recent advances in Artificial Intelligence have surprised many, and have led to an intense discussion about issues surrounding their safety and ethical use. In this lecture we will try to address some of the philosophical questions surrounding AI, such as “Can computers think?”, “Do they understand?”, “WHAT do they understand?”, “Are they Read More

Congressional Delegation Announces $9.32 Million In Investments For Six New Mexico Airports

Congressional News:

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) and Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.), and U.S. Representatives Teresa Leger Fernández (D-N.M.), Melanie Stansbury (D-N.M.) and Gabe Vasquez (D-N.M.) announced Wednesday $9.32 million in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Airport Improvement Program (AIP) for six airports in New Mexico to repair runways, construct equipment building, and other infrastructural needs. 

The FAA has awarded funding to the following airports:

  • $7,155,149 for Albuquerque International Sunport to reconstruct
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