Plateau Property Management’s ‘The Lawn Rangers’ vs. Courtright Properties’ ‘Turf Wranglers’ have challenged each other to a ‘Battle of the Yards’ challenge. Courtesy photo
In the dog days of summer, a couple of local companies have decided to spice things up a bit and have a little fun in the process. Plateau Property Management and Courtright Properties have challenged each other to a “Battle of the Yards” challenge.
The Courtright Property crew, AKA Turf Wranglers, and the Plateau Property Management Crew, AKA The Lawn Rangers, launched the challenge Monday and it continues
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Cliff Han presents a talk during the Aspen Allergy Conference. Courtesy photo
ASPEN, Colo.,- Allergists attending last week’s Aspen Allergy Conference had the opportunity to review evidence showing too much oral hygiene and antibiotic usage could be the culprit behind rising allergy rates-and that prebiotics may be the answer to permanent, drug-free allergy relief.
Cliff Han, Ph.D., founder of Knoze Jr. and creator of AllerPops prebiotic lollipops, presented the results of his study, “Prebiotics Induced Oral Microbiota Changes Accompany Long-lasting Allergy Relief,”
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The 2017 first place parade winner is the Red Hat Riders. Courtesy photo
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Those interested in participating in the Los Alamos Fair and Rodeo Parade must register for free by today, Friday Aug. 3.
The parade begins at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug.11 and will march up Central Avenue.
The theme of this year’s Los Alamos Fair and Rodeo weekend is “Back To Your Roots.” Judges on Central Avenue and MainStreet will assess entries based on originality and interpretation of
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- Lane Stevens 3-5 p.m.
- Bronach – Celtic Blues 6-8 p.m.
- Vanilla Pop 9 p.m. to 12 a.m.
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On the job in Los Alamos is Galaxy Nail Salon owner John Dinh filing a customer’s nails. Dinh has operated this business for two and a half years in the Smith’s Marketplace shopping center on Trinity Drive. Photo by Connor Hoch/ladailypost.com
SANTA FE — Gov. Susana Martinez announced today New Mexico’s annual back to school tax-free weekend, which aims to help families save money and prepare their students for the upcoming school year.
The tax holiday runs Aug. 3 through Aug. 5.
“Preparing to go back to school is expensive for families across New Mexico,” Martinez said. “Tax-free weekend is a great way for us to help families save their hard-earned money, as they equip their children for a successful school year.”
Friday through Sunday, vendors will not be required to collect gross
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