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Los Alamos Daily Post Facebook Contest Winner Announced

Acting Deputy Police Chief Randy Foster is awarded a Los Alamos Daily Post cap and T-shirt for coming closest to guessing the date and time in which the Los Alamos Daily Post Facebook Page would hit 800 likes, which occured at 5:01 p.m. Sept. 22. Greg Kendall of the Los Alamos Daily Post awarded Foster his prizes at Fuller Lodge Monday. The Los Alamos Daily Post online newspaper launched March 12 and future contests are in the works as additional milestones are approached. Photo by Karen Kendall


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Council Approves Trinity Lease Transfer to Kroger!

The Los Alamos County Council this evening voted 5 to 2 to approve the lease transfer of the Trinity Site Development project from North American Development Group (NADG) to Kroger. NADG pulled out of the project earlier this month citing disappointment in lease activities and opted to transfer the development lease to Kroger, pending Council approval. Council Vice Chair Geoff Rodgers and Councilor Michael Wismer voted against the motion. The lease transfer to Kroger will set the project back by as much as six months with the expected store opening moved to early 2014. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.ocm


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Steven Lynne: Kroger Lease Could be Executed Tomorrow

Los Alamos Deputy Administrator Steven Lynne explains that NADG has been disatisfied with the results of their leasing activities and has opted to transfer its lease to Kroger. What that entails is that Kroger will will assume responsibility from NADG and will assume the deposit assignment. Kroger will reimburse NADG that deposit … Lynne also said as a clarification that the deposit during the feqasibility period isrefundaqble to Kroger. Most significantly is restarting the lease date, he said. The effective lease date, if approved tonight by Council, would be tomorrow, Sept. 25,


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Council Questions Kroger Representatives

Members of the Los Alamos County Council question Kroger representatives Steve Sorensen and Don Burnett about Kroger’s intentions, should the Trinity Site development lease be transferred from NADG to Kroger.   Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com


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Public Shares Opinion on Trinity Lease Transfer

Kenneth Lee is among several residents to speak before council during the public comment portion of this evening’s meeting making suggestions to Kroger representatives that would show their good faith for the development of Trinity Site. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com


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Kroger Reps Brief Council on Plans for Trinity Site

From left, Los Alamos County Deputy Administrator Steven Lynne and Kroger representatives Don Burnett abd Steve Sorensen address County Council this evening about the Trinity Site lease transfer from North American Development Group (NADG) to Kroger. “We’re ready to go … I’ve got Kroger approval to do the due diligence … our objective is to open the store as soon as possible and with what has happened that would probably be the first half of 2014,” Sorensen said.


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Military Control of U.S. Nuclear Security if Bill Passes

Anti-nuclear arms protesters display a banner during the April 2011 Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance (OREPA) rally at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA.  Photo Credit: Brian Stansberry under CCA 3.0 Unported license.

Staff Report

Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio), Chairman of the House Armed Services strategic forces subcommittee, has submitted legislation that would station American troops at the Defense Department’s atomic weapons facilities and at nuclear installations controlled by the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear


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Column: Managers Are Not Leaders

Coulumn by Elena Yang

I contend that by first denying managers can be leaders, we may actually begin to explore some links between these two roles.

There must be thousands of research articles on leadership alone, and only slightly fewer on comparing leaders and managers. 

Leadership was one of my least favorite topics when I was taking courses for my PhD. It’s interesting to talk about, but mind-boggling to read through.

To me, leadership is one of those moving targets whose full nature you can never really pin down. As for equating managers with leaders? I think this is another one of those


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White Rock’s Esquire Barber Shop Celebrates 49 Years

Lloyd Hunt gets a trim from barber Julian Ortiz at the Esquire Barber Shop in White Rock Thursday. Ortiz celebrated his 49th year barbering this month. He was the first barber in White Rock and has been cutting hair for 32 years in the village. His shop at 13 Sherwood Blvd., is the yellow building directly east of Bandelier Grill. Walk around to the east side of the building to find his door and a great view of the new White Rock Visitor Center. Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com


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County’s Economic Vitality Administrator Discusses Trinity Site Lease Transfer

Los Alamos County Economic Vitality Administrator Greg Fisher. Courtesy Photo

By Greg Kendall

Los Alamos County Economic Vitality Administrator Greg Fisher spoke to the Los Alamos Daily Post (Post) at the Smart House Monday following the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony about the Trinity Site lease transfer from North American Development Group (NADG) to Kroger: 

Post: What are your thoughts on the Trinity Site lease transfer to Kroger? 

Fisher: “I think that it’s very hopeful that Smiths and Kroger have such a positive outlook and I think the opportunities exist. The shopping


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