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Parents Beware … Digital Dangers Lurk For Kids Online

By ALLEN MCQUISTON
The Jemez Agency

Parents can’t always keep an eye on their children’s digital lives. Some adults aren’t digital natives, and still others simply don’t have time to monitor their kids’ activities. To complicate matters, the risks posed by cyber criminals changes all the time. Hackers and cyber crooks don’t stand still; they continually adapt, changing their attack methods to find new victims.
 
More than 1 million children—or 1.48 percent of minors—were victims of identity theft or fraud in 2017. Two-thirds of those victims were age 7 or younger.  In addition,


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Glover And Fox Create Real Estate Team

Paula M. Glover
 
By APRIL NOLAN
RE/MAX FIRST

Selling or buying a house can feel like a daunting prospect, especially if the interior doesn’t project a sense of “home.” Having real estate professionals with the ability to see beyond the surface to the potential of a home is vital. Paula M. Glover and Suzette Fox have the talent and skill to help both sellers and buyers realize their goals.

Glover and Fox have the expertise especially helpful for one particular part of the real estate market: homes that are outdated as part of an estate. When elderly parents pass away or move out of a family home,


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Yuan’s Dumpling And Noodle House Opening In Downtown Los Alamos Wednesday Morning

Yuan’s Dumpling and Noodle House owner Cuilan Yuan, right, and her friend Julia Ju at her new restaurant Friday afternoon, which is opening at 11 a.m., Wednesday at 1350 Central Ave., Suite 110. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

An interior view of Yuan’s Dumpling and Noodle House opening Wednesday at 1350 Central Ave., Suite 110. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

 

By CAROL A. CLARK
Los Alamos Daily Post
caclark@ladailypost.com
 
Yuan’s Dumpling and Noodle House is opening at 11 a.m., Wednesday at 1350 Central Ave., Suite 110.
 
Owner Cuilan Yuan spoke about her

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Wiemann: Can You Count On A Bountiful Investment ‘Harvest’?

By SHELLY A. WIEMANN
Financial Advisor
Edward Jones

We’re officially in autumn – the season when we bring in what we planted in the spring. But the concept of planting and gathering isn’t confined to agriculture. In fact, it can be used in many walks of life, including investing.

So what can you do to help work toward a successful investment “harvest”?

Here is (not quite) a bushel of ideas:

Plant the right “seeds.” When farmers plant specific crops, they know about what to expect – how long it will take for them to grow, how much yield they’ll produce, and so on. When you invest, you too need to plant “seeds”


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Lee Bussolini Retires From Los Alamos Medical Center

Longtime Los Alamos Medical Center Nurse Lee Bussolini, left, is retiring from the hospital. Bussolini posed at her retirement Thursday in the LAMC lobby with her good friend and fellow emergency room nurse Dianne Vandiver. Bussolini has a long history with the hospital. Her father Dr. Oakes, was a surgeon there starting in 1947. She began her own service at the hospital as a candy striper during high school and returned to the hospital as a nurse after receiving her degree. Bussolini also served as school nurse in Los Alamos before returning to work at LAMC. Vandiver said everyone in the emergency

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BLM Farmington District Reopens 2018 Nominations

BLM News:
 
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Farmington District is reopening the public call for nominations for five open positions on its Resource Advisory Council (RAC).
 
RACs provide advice and recommendations for the BLM to consider on a range of resource and land management issues. The BLM maintains 38 such chartered advisory committees located in the West. Each Council consists of 10 to 15 members from diverse interests in local communities, and they assist in the development of committee recommendations that address public land management issues. RACs are

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McQuiston: Roadside Assistance

By ALLEN MCQUISTON
The Jemez Agency

With a strong economy and moderate fuel prices, drivers like you are hitting the road like never before.

As the garage door opens and you climb behind the wheel, admit it—somewhere in the back of your mind lurks an uncomfortable question: What will I do if I have trouble with my car? Lack of fuel, a flat tire, misplaced car keys, and mechanical issues can leave you stranded. Then what?

Consider the following scenarios:
Your son/daughter is newly licensed and is super excited to take their first drive …. alone. Have they taken the class: “Tire Changing 101?” Probably


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Nambe Drug Donates $1 For Each Flu Shot To Charity

Tom, Frances and Callen Lovett at their family business, Nambe Drug in Los Alamos. They also own a store in Santa Fe. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
 
It won’t hurt a bit! Tom Lovett administers a flu shot. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
 
By BONNIE J. GORDON
Los Alamos Daily Post
bjgordon@ladailypost.com

The Lovett family opened Nambe Drug 3.5 years ago in Central Park Square, off Central Avenue in Los Alamos. They opened a branch six months later at 501 Old Pecos Trail in Santa Fe.

“Since Los Alamos and Santa Fe have been so good to us, we wanted to give back


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Senior DOT Official Recognizes NCRTD, Other Rural Public Transportation Agencies For Outstanding Service

FTA News:
 
BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Acting Administrator K. Jane Williams recognized six rural transit systems Monday that exemplify good community service.
 
The agencies received the Administrator’s Award for Outstanding Public Transportation Service in Rural Public Transportation during the bi-annual National Conference on Rural and Intercity Bus Transportation in Breckenridge, Colo.
 
“These transit agencies have proven their dedication to helping people in rural America

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