Udall, Heinrich, Pearce, Luján Announce Federal Funds For Economic Development Projects In New Mexico
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NNSA Collaborates With South African Firm On Groundbreaking Conversion To Low-Enriched Uranium-Based Molybdenum-99 Production
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The Tourism Work Group will meet noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the Building 1 conference room at the Pajarito Cliff Sites.
The meeting is open to the public.
I. Call to Order
II. Review of Public Meeting/Survey results
III. Review of Strategic Directions
IV. Next Steps
V. Public Comment
VI. Next Meeting Scheduled: Oct. 17, 2017 at noon, location: TBD
VII. Adjourn Meeting
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Native Women Have to Work 9 Extra Months to Make the Same Salary as White Men Made Last Year
Editor’s note: This post was originally written by Elizabeth Bolton in 2015 and updated in 2017 by Senior Researcher Kevin Miller, Ph.D.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: There’s a pay gap between women and men, and that gap is widest on average for Latinas, black women, and Native women. In fact, American Indian and Alaska Native women are paid just 57 cents for every dollar white men are paid. For Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander women, that number is 59 cents.
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Metzger’s Do It Best Owner Greg Metzger mingles with the crowd during his business’ 70th anniversary. Photo by Nancy Partridge
Metzger’s General Manager David Jolly cuts into the store’s anniversary cake. The cake was made by Cakes by Julia in Los Alamos. Photo by Nancy Partridge
Metzger’s employee Marc Barbeau grills hot dogs during Metzger’s Do It Best Hardware 70th anniversary Saturday. Photo by Nancy Partridge
Metzger’s 70th anniversary celebration was attended by patrons young and old. Photo by Nancy Partridge
Employees of the Metzger’s Do It Best Hardware celebrate the store’s 70th anniversary Saturday at the Los Alamos store. From left, Sue Smith, Noah and Marc Barbeau and Clayton Purvis serve up hotdogs to hungry patrons. Besides lunch, the event featured a number of vendor booths, drawings, cake and a performance by the Los Alamos High School marching band. The store also kicked off its rewards program, Best Rewards, which provides a number of benefits. For instance, for every $300 spent, customers will receive a gift card. Additionally, they will be made aware of special deals on
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U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) delivering the welcoming address. Courtesy/LANL CPO
From left, Los Alamos County Economic Development Director Joan Ahlers, with RDC Board members Kristin Henderson and Javier Sanchez. Photo by Eric Vasquez/valleydailypost.com
Officials gathered Thursday at Buffalo Thunder Resort for the Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI) Summit. “Navigating Our Economic Future” was the theme for this year’s event.
The REDI Strategic Plan was completed nearly 10 years ago in 2008. This year, the summit featured successes and
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