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Shelly A. Wiemann, CFP Passes Securities Exams

By SHELLY A. WIEMANN, CFP
Wiemann Wealth Strategies
Financial Advisor, Raymond James Financial Services

Raymond James and Wiemann Wealth Strategies are excited to announce that Shelly A. Wiemann, of Los Alamos, has passed the series 9 and 10 general securities sales principal exams.

She is now a General Securities Sales Supervisor, also known as Branch Manager at Wiemann Wealth Strategies, 2101 Trinity Dr., Suite T, in Los Alamos.

Wiemann established the company earlier this year, an independent wealth practice aligned with Raymond James Financial Services. She already holds series


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McQuiston: Identity Theft … One Subject You Don’t Want To Learn At College

ALLEN McQUISTON
The Jemez Agency

As students head off to school this fall, they need to stay vigilant against the scams, schemes and tricks of identity fraudsters.

Student identity theft is on the rise, all around the world. Like most predators, identity thieves like to target the young and the elderly.

That’s why college and university students frequently become victims of identity theft.

Consider these statistics:

  • 19 percent of all identity theft complaints in America are made by people ages 20 to 29.
  • 49 percent of all suspected identity fraud cases in Canada have a victim aged 18 to 34.
  • There’s

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New Mexico Governor: Revised Emergency Public Health Order; Preparation For Limited Re-entry To In-person Learning

Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham during a press conference this afternoon outlining a new emergency public health order and preparation for a limited re-entry to in-person learning next month. Screenshot/LADP 

STATE News:

SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and state health and education officials this afternoon provided a public update on the state’s COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, outlining a new emergency public health order and New Mexico’s preparation for a limited re-entry to in-person learning next month.

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The Boom Roots Collective Performs In Final Los Alamos Summer Virtual Concert Series Friday

Boom Roots Collective performs Friday on the Los Alamos Summer Concert Facebook Page. Courtesy photo

SUMMER CONCERT News:

The Los Alamos Summer Virtual Concert Series Presented by Toyota of Santa Fe is proud to present the Boom Roots Collective performing at 6 p.m. Friday on the Los Alamos Summer Concert Series Facebook Page.

The Boomroots Collective brings high-level progressive Reggae and Hip Hop music, which has been described as ­“Jamaican funk with New Mexican Soul”. The Collective is a community of conscious artists bringing a unique mix of two genres for one reason: love of music. 


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New Mexico Funded For Lost Wages Assistance Program

NMDWS Secretary Bill McCamley

NMDWS News:

ALBUQUERQUE – New Mexico was the first state in the country to submit a grant application to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for Lost Wages Assistance (LWA).

The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) has received approval and grant funding from FEMA for the program that was authorized through an August 8th Presidential Memorandum.

­“New Mexico was the first state to apply for the Lost Wages Assistance Program, as we know how much our friends and neighbors need this extra cash to get them through this tough time,” NMDWS


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Live Streaming Of New Mexico Supreme Court Hearing On Public Health Order Restrictions On Businesses Today

SUPREME COURT News:

SANTA FE – A New Mexico Supreme Court hearing will be live streamed today in a case concerning the state’s authority to restrict or close restaurants and businesses during a public health emergency.

Oral arguments in the case begin at 1:30 p.m., and New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV, will stream the hearing on its YouTube channel.

Here is the link to the webcast: https://youtu.be/cHLxhsA8Gs4

The case is Lujan Grisham v. Romero, S-1-SC-38396.

 


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New Mexico Supreme Court Hearing On Business Restrictions Under Public Health Emergency Live Streamed Wednesday

SUPREME COURT News:

SANTA FE — There will be live streaming of a New Mexico Supreme Court hearing Wednesday, Aug. 26, in a case concerning the state’s authority to restrict or close restaurants and businesses during a public health emergency.

Oral arguments in the case will begin at 1:30 p.m., and New Mexico PBS, KNME-TV, will stream the hearing on its YouTube channel.  

The case is Lujan Grisham v. Romero, No. S-1-SC-38396.


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On The Job In Los Alamos: Serving Lunch At Papa Murphy’s

Lee Hollon provides curbside delivery Friday at Papa Murphy’s where a variety of pizza, salads, sides and desserts are on the menu at 3801 Arkansas Ave. Papa Murphy’s offers online ordering for contactless curbside pickup. ‘We make our dough and slice fresh vegetables daily, and make your pizza to order … all you do is turn on the oven, put it in, and boom – you have hot, fresh, delicious pizza, ready when you want it.’ Papa Murphy’s is open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. For information, click here or call 505.661.7171. #worklosalamos #wherediscoveriesaremade. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com


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Los Alamos Monitor Newspaper Closing Doors After 57 Years

The Los Alamos Monitor announced today that it is closing its doors after 57 years. The final edition is Sunday, Aug. 30. According to the announcement, Landmark Community Newspapers (which has owned the Monitor since 1979), President Mike Abernathy commended the staff but said efforts were not enough to overcome the economic challenges the paper has faced. The first issue of the Monitor was datelined March 7, 1963. The building at 256 DP Road is up for sale. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com


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Virtual Job Fair For LANL, Sandia, 6 DOE Agencies Wednesday

LANL News:

Los Alamos and Sandia national laboratories and six other U.S. Department of Energy institutions are hiring in a variety of areas via a virtual job fair 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. (MDT) Wednesday, Aug. 26, to help fill more than 600 open positions.

Fifty four of the vacancies are at LANL.

Individuals are encouraged to register for the event as soon as possible: here.

“We are looking for the best and brightest to help us accomplish our important national security missions,” said Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty, NNSA Administrator and DOE’s Under Secretary for Nuclear Security. “One of my top priorities


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