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The Tub Seeks Applicants For Board Vacancy

The Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op is seeking applicants to fill a board vacancy. Post file photo

The Tub News:

The Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op (The Tub) Board of Directors is seeking applicants to fill one Board vacancy. 

The successful applicant will serve from the day they are appointed until the next regular membership meeting in September 2023, then may run in a special election for a three-year term.

Who Qualifies:

A Director shall have been a member in good standing a minimum of three months prior to the appointment.

The following are not eligible to serve on the Board:

  • The General Manager;
  • Anyone
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Upcoming Events & Deli Menu At Los Alamos Co+op Market

Courtesy/Co+op

The Los Alamos Cooperative Market (Co+op) is to serve Los Alamos County and surrounding communities by providing fairly priced, wholesome foods and other goods in an ecologically sustainable, socially responsible, and economically appropriate manner.

The Co+op further strives to:

  • Emphasize food for people, not just for profit
  • Maintain a high standard of quality products
  • Foster the development of northern New Mexican growers and vendors
  • Employ a democratic and member-owner cooperative
  • Promote ethical practices, participation, and community empowerment
  • Work to
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State Job Training Funds Approved For 10 Companies

Ramel Family Farms is in the startup phase and intends to create 25 local jobs through greenhouse activities and partner processes (compost, fertilizer, grocer, distribution, etc.) in its first 5 years. Courtesy/EDD 

EDD News:

SANTA FE — The Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) Board has approved funding to support the training of up to 87 new employees and 6 interns at ten companies throughout New Mexico for the month of January, Economic Development Department Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes announced today.

JTIP applicants use funding to help train new employees and interns. Companies Read More

Village Arts Is For The Birds!

‘For the Birds’ exhibit is perched on the gallery walls at Village Arts through the end of March, featuring the work of two dozen artists and more than 40 pieces inspired by our fine feathered friends. Courtesy/VA

‘For the Birds’ is on display through the end of March at Village Arts, 216 DP Road. Courtesy/VA

‘For the Birds’  art show at Village Arts features the work of two dozen artists and more than 40 pieces inspired by our fine feathered friends. Courtesy/VA

VILLAGE ARTS News:

Fly over to Village Arts for some great bird watching at the exhibit “For the Birds”!  This exhibit features the work Read More

2023 New Mexico Black Business Summit Feb. 7-8

 New Mexico Economic Development Departments JEDI Office News:

2023 New Mexico Black Business Summit

The African American Greater Albuquerque Chamber, CABQ Office of Black Community Engagement, Minority Business Development Agency, New Mexico Economic Development Department’s JEDI Office, New Mexico Small Business Administration, and more are coming together to host a black business summit in honor of black history month for business owners and entrepreneurs across the state at the Albuquerque Convention Center and online on Feb 7-8.

The summit will include business sessions on Read More

Bill Would Add Penalties For Livestock Rustling

Rep. Candy Spence Ezzell

By ROBERT NOTT
The Santa Fe New Mexican

This is no bull — and no joke.

There’s a crime still all too common to those who run farms and ranches around New Mexico: livestock rustling.

And not just cattle theft. Horses, donkeys, pigs, llamas and all sorts of poultry  also are being hauled away by truck, trailer and any other means possible, agricultural experts say.

“In the days of the old West, rustlers who were caught ended up hanging from a tree or scaffold,” Rep. Candy Spence Ezzell, R-Roswell said.

Those times are over, but discouraging measures need to be enacted to deter Read More

Professional Skin Care Choices’ June English Is Retiring

June English of Professional Skin Care Choices shows off her skin care line at her office. English is planning to sell her business and retire this year. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com

The treatment area at Professional Skin Care Choices. Courtesy photo

By BONNIE J. GORDON
Los Alamos Daily Post

bjgordon@ladailypost.com

June English of Professional Skin Care Choices has been providing corrective skin care in Los Alamos since 2006. After 17 years in business, English is preparing to retire. She is currently looking for someone to take over her thriving business.

“My clients are Read More

On The Job In Los Alamos: At Morning Glory

On the job in Los Alamos is Morning Glory employee Keegan Bernstein ringing up an order for customer Wes Frazier recently at 1377 Diamond Dr. The popular eatery is known for its baked goods and breakfast and lunch menu. For more information, visit the Morning Glory website here or call 505.662.4000. Photo by Connor Hoch/ladailypost.com Read More

Los Alamos Chamber News: Week Of Jan. 24

Los Alamos Chamber Of Commerce Upcoming Events:

Atomic City Entrepreneurial Round-Robin
“Speed-Dating for Business Resources”
5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7 at project Y Cowork Los Alamos, 150 Central Park Square

Free Networking event for entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses looking for funding, advice and general guidance. Register in advance.

Chamber Business Breakfast: Los Alamos Tourism & Ambassador Program

Featuring Liz Martineau (Los Alamos Ambassador Program), Kelly Stewart (Los Alamos County Tourism) and Melanie Peña (Los Alamos & White Rock Visitor Read More

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