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CB FOX’s First Christmas In Los Alamos

The Fox family’s first Christmas in Los Alamos, December 1979. Courtesy photo
 
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This Christmas 1979 photo commentates the Fox Family’s first Holiday Season as the then new owners of what was later to be renamed CB FOX, but which on that Noel still bore the predecessor’s name as it appears on the sign, Clement & Benner.
 
The CB FOX building was originally built by the AEC in the early 1950’s to house a movie theater, and to either side of the movie house were a beauty salon, barber shop, florist and a combination Western Union office/photography business.
 

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CB FOX Donates 5 Percent Of Small Business Saturday Profits To United Way Of Northern New Mexico

CB FOX owner Andy Fox, left, presents a check for 5 percent ($809) of the store’s Small Business Saturday profits to United Way of Northern New Mexico Board Member Mike Lippiatt Friday evening at CB FOX’s Sip and Shop Loyalty Party. ‘Thank you Los Alamos for supporting a local business like CB FOX, and allowing us to contribute to UWNNM in such a meaningful way,’ Fox said. ‘Supporting small businesses in your community is such a win for ONE AND ALL!’ Courtesy photo


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San Ildefonso Pueblo Gov. James Mountain Visits Los Alamos Daily Post Friday

San Ildefonso Pueblo Governor James Mountain met Friday with Los Alamos Daily Post Publisher Carol A. Clark in the newsroom at 1247 Central Ave. Governor Mountain is completing his term as leader of the Pueblo in January and during his meeting at the Post he discussed his youth growing up in Los Alamos and his commitment to continue his life of public service. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/ladailypost.com


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Papa Murphy’s Donates To LAPS Foundation

Gayle Cunningham of Papa Murphy’s presents Laura Loy, executive director of the LAPS Foundation, with a check for a portion of their Small Business Saturday earnings. The Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization that supports, challenges, and invests in a successful future for all Los Alamos public school students. www.lapsfoundation.com. Courtesy photo


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Luján Introduces Bill To Spur Partnerships Between National Labs And Local Businesses

U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján

CONGRESSIONAL News:

  • Bill Makes it More Affordable for NM Businesses to Partner with Labs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) has introduced legislation to help foster relationships between businesses and national laboratories that can help spur new economic growth and create new jobs.

Luján’s bill authorizes funding for Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA) that foster partnership with businesses and startups to transfer commercially relevant technologies to the private sector.

“For over a half a century, our national laboratories


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Yang: Fake It Till You Make It

By ELENA YANG
Formerly of Los Alamos

My previous column was largely based on Amy Cuddy’s research and TED talk in which she posits that a two-minute Wonder Woman’s power posture, hands on hips, would cause a spike in one’s adrenaline to accompany the assertion of confidence, which in turn leads to greater willingness to take risks in subsequent behavior.

Many followers of her TED presentation have commented that the power posture really works and has helped them build their confidence. Her paper was published in 2010; her TED talk was in 2012, and her career subsequently soared in the areas of public


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Criminal Summons Filed For Karyne Archuleta In Los Alamos Embezzlement Case

By MAIRE O’NEILL
Los Alamos Daily Post

A criminal summons has been filed in Los Alamos Magistrate Court for Karyne Archuleta of Espanola charging her with embezzlement of more than $17,500 from her former employer, Annette Weyrauch, owner of Physical Therapy Plus in Los Alamos.

Court documents indicate that Los Alamos Police Sgt. Tim Lonz met April 9 with Weyrauch who told him that Archuleta, then her office manager, had possibly embezzled the money from her over a two-year period.

Lonz’s report states that Weyrauch suspected Archuleta because she was the only


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Finishing Touch Donates To Los Alamos Family YMCA

This is the first year Marcelo Ruano and Julio Gaytan, the new owners of The Finishing Touch, participated in Small Business Saturday, Nov. 25. They said they were impressed with the impact that Los Alamos Family YMCA has on the community and felt that Small Business Saturday reflected the community spirit that the YMCA shared. As a result, Ruano and Gaytan took a portion of Finishing Touch’s earnings from Small Business Saturday and donated it to the YMCA. Here, Gaytan presents a check to Los Alamos YMCA CEO Linda Daly. ‘We had an excellent turnout on Saturday and we are proud to have been able to


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Free Weekly Raspberry Pi Club At Los Alamos Makers

Einstein meets Raspberry Pi is one of the projects completed at Los Alamos Makers. The bust of Albert Einstein was 3D printed and brought to life with Raspberry Pi-powered animated eyes. Courtesy/Prisca Tiassé Yoder

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“It’s small. It’s cheap” ($10). “You can turn it into an environmental monitor that can keep track of the temperature in your house, and even turn on your fan or air conditioner before you get home from work.”

This is how Akkana Peck describes the Raspberry Pi in her latest book, “Jumpstarting the Raspberry Pi zero – Controlling the world


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