U.S. Senatorial candidate Heather Wilson shares a lighter moment with Executive Director Kevin Holsapple of the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation and members of the Los Alamos business community during a luncheon Saturday at the Dixie Girl Restaurant on Central Avenue. Photo by Salvador Zapien/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos County Council Chair Sharon Stover speaks with U.S. Senatorial candidate Heather Wilson during a lunch meeting with local business people at the Dixie Girl Saturday. Both Wilson and Stover, who is running for County Clerk, marched in Saturday’s
Bestsellers at Otowi Station Bookstore the week of July 29 to Aug. 4:
- Curious George Visits the Library, H. A. Rey and Margret Rey
- The Mouse and the Motorcycle, Beverly Cleary
- Frindle, Andrew Clements
- No More Monsters for Me! Peggy Parish
- Hi! Fly Guy, Tedd Arnold
- Hatchet, Gary Paulsen
- Clifford the Big Red Dog, Normal Birdwell
- Because of Winn-Dixie, Kate DiCamillo
- Bridge to Terabithia, Katherine Paterson
- More Spaghetti, I Say! Rita Golden Gelman
El Rigobertos Restaurant is opening in the next few weeks in the space formerly occupied by Pizza Hut in Central Park Square. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Workers renovating the interior space in Central Park Square to make way for El Rigobertos Mexican Food Restaurant said Thursday that owner Gladys Loya of El Rigobertos Mexican Food, 810 N Paseo De Onate in Espanola, intends to open her Los Alamos restaurant sometime in September. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Canyon Bar in Central Park Square is celebrating 15 years in business this week. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Entrepreneurs John Battles, left, and Chuck Mansfield join audience members gathered Thursday evening at The Hive in White Rock to listen to Paleontologist Ralph Chapman present a talk about virtualizing dinosaurs. Chapman is an owner/partner of New Mexico Virtualization, a Los Alamos-based company that specializes in the 3-D scanning of objects, especially for museums and educational institutions. The company’s latest project was for Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History and included the scanning of the whole skeleton of the Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton sometimes referred to
Owner Oscar Duran told the Los Alamos Daily Post today that he will close down his restaurant, Mi Casita, in the VFW building on Trinity Drive at 2 p.m. Friday after serving the final lunch. “We gave it a good run but our business dried up in the spring after the Lab began laying off its contractors … they were our main business,” he said. Duran opened Mi Casita 2.5 years ago and said that initially his customers packed the restaurant and spilled over into another room in the building. That all changed in April, he said, adding that he hasn’t had enough business since then to
Welcome to Money IQ. Over the last 49 years in working with many customers, Los Alamos National Bank has run across just about every financial situation or decision you can imagine and some you can’t.
We were very excited when the Los Alamos Daily Post asked if we could add to their financial channel, a weekly column on financial matters that would be useful to their readers, we jumped at the chance.
How smart are you when it comes to money? We often know what’s best for us financially; to pass on that impulse purchase, save more, or pay more than that minimum
Throwing caution to the wind, Member Services Coordinator Katy Korkos of the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce surprised one of her business members Monday as she entered their business and asked to be pierced. Korkos hadn’t had her ears pierced as a child but after receiving a pair of MJ Oref designed earrings Monday, made the decision to get it done. She headed straight to Bennett’s Fine Jewelry, 107 Central Park Square. Within minutes, Korkos walked out sporting pierced studs, which she will keep in her ears for six weeks to allow the new piercings to heal over. Ear piercing is one of
Owners David and Gillian Sutton accept a proclamation issued by Los Alamos County Council to honor KRSN 1490AM for its recent award as “2012 New Mexico Broadcaster of the Year.” Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Editor’s Note: The Los Alamos Daily Post has received Commissioner Howe’s presentation slides. You may view them by clicking here (google docs).
PRC Commissioner Doug Howe discusses Natural Gas At Mesa Public Library Wednesday evening. Photo by Greg Kendall/ladailypost.com
By Greg Kendall
District 3 PRC Commissioner Doug Howe presented “Focus on … Unconventional Natural Gas: Boon or Bust?” to a full Mesa Public Library conference room audience Wednesday evening.
The talk was sponsored by the Sierra Club and the Los Alamos Sustainable
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