Business

Thank You Los Alamos For Helping the Los Alamos Daily Post Reach a Major Milestone: 100,000 Page Views Since June 1, 2012!

The Los Alamos Daily Post News Team extends a grateful thank you to the residents and business owners of Los Alamos County for their incredible support since the recent launch of our online newspaper. The Los Alamos Daily Post reached a major milestone today, for which we are very proud and appreciative to this community. Google Analytics reveals that from June 1 through noon today, page views on the Los Alamos Daily Post surpassed 100,000. With just over three months in operation, this is quite an exciting accomplishment. We want to thank all of the community members who have contributed to this Read More

Chamber Executive Addresses Local Entrepreneurs’ Group at The Hive in White Rock

Executive Director Kevin Holsapple of the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce and the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation speaks to members of the Los Alamos Entrepreneurs Network (LAEN) at The Hive on N.M. 4 in White Rock Thursday. Holsapple detailed resources and advantages available to businesses that belong to the local Chamber of Commerce. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

LAEN President Andy Andrews, right, Julie Williams Hill of the Department of Public Utilities and Pawel Listwan of the Pajarito Brew Pub and Grill are among the business people who turned out Read More

Youth Business Grant Program Says Thanks!

LACDC News:

The Youth Business Grant Program (YBGP) of the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation would like to extend a large thank you to the following companies, organizations and individuals for their support of the 2012 Youth Business Grant Program. 

We wish to thank the Laboratory Retiree Program, Plateau Property Management, Neptune and Company, Inc., Rotary Club of Los Alamos, TRK Management, Zia Credit Union, and Louisa Stavert for their generous financial support of this year’s program. 

We also want to thank and recognize the Los Alamos Daily Post, Los Alamos Read More

Youth Businesses Stand Ready to Serve

LACDC News:

This was a fantastic year for the Youth Business Grant Program (YBGP) of the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation (LACDC.)

The Youth Business Grant Program is a summer program that encourages young people in the communities of Los Alamos, Jemez Springs, Espanola and Pojoaque to open and run their own business.

The YBGP selected its 2012 recipients from a record 25 applicants.

YBGP awarded 18 grants, up to $400, to help youth ages 13 to 19 start a summer business.

There were 12 recipients from Los Alamos and six from Espanola.

The goal of the program is to help young entrepreneurs Read More

Bestsellers at Otowi Station: Week of June 17-23

Otowi Station Bookstore News:
 
Best sellers for the week of June 17-23:
  1. Wonder, R. J. Palacio
  2. The Housekeeper and the Professor, Yoko Ogawa
  3. They Say I Say: the Moves That Matter in Academic Writing, Gerald Graff
  4. The Glass Castle, Jeannette Walls
  5. The Green Glass Sea, Ellen Klages
  6. Dynamic Behavior of Materials, Marc A. Meyers
  7. Los Alamos Trails, Craig Martin*
  8. Fifty Shades Freed, E. L. James
  9. Founding Brothers: the Revolutionary Generation, Joseph J. Ellis
  10. Rand McNally Road Atlas, Rand McNally
*local or regional author
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LATA Leads List of Top Revenue Companies

A Los Alamos field crew member from LATA uses a hand auger to collect environmental samples in northern New Mexico. Courtesy/LATA

By Carol A. Clark

A Los Alamos Company stood out among New Mexico’s top high-tech companies recognized last week for their achievements by New Mexico Flying 40, which annually honors the state’s fastest-growing companies.

Los Alamos Technical Associates (LATA), 999 Central Ave., led the list of Top 10 revenue companies for the second consecutive year.

LATA is a technical project management services company with total revenues of $237.8 million in 2011, which Read More

Ruby K’s Remodel Includes Express Window

Ruby Alexander, owner of Ruby K’s Bagel Café at 1789 Central Ave. #2, is working with Los Alamos Architect Steven Shaw to remodel her restaurant. Her remodeling ideas target a more convenient process for ordering food from Ruby K’s. Families who want to picnic at Ashley Pond will soon be able to pick up their lunch through an express window at Ruby K’s. Busy scientists will be able to order lunch from work and it will be ready when they drive up to the downtown restaurant. The inside will be arranged so that the line will flow and people will have more personal space. Anyone with additional ideas Read More

McDonald’s Unveils New Uniforms

Standing tall and looking proud in their newly issued uniforms.at McDonald’s on Trinity Drive Thursday, Day Manager Matthew Calkins sports the spiffy blue shirt and tie now worn by management level employees. Drive-Thru Crew Member Gene Pacheco models the new black shirt – now the standard uniform for crew members. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost Read More

Jazz Night at the Blue Window on Saturday

 
The Blue Window will host a Jazz Night featuring the Ryan Finn Jazz Trio 7-9 p.m., Saturday June 23.   
 
Tickets are $15 per person and dinner reservations are required.   
 
Finn recently moved back to Northern New Mexico after seven years teaching and performing music on the island nation of St. Lucia in the West Indies.
 
He plays trombone, Andy Zadrozny will play upright bass, and Loren Bienvenue will play th drums. 
 
Finn has performed with St. Lucian jazz icons Luther Francois, Emerson Nurse, Allison Marquis, Richardo Francois,
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Visitor Center Reconstruction Continues Following Runaway Vehicle Incident

The White Rock Visitor Center on Rover Boulevard Wednesday shows reconstruction efforts are still in progress following a runaway vehicle collision on May 2. Massive damage occurred to the Visitor Center from the unoccupied vehicle that left the nearby gas station, gained speed across the adjacent parking lot and smashed with surprising force into the side of the brick building. This is the second such mishap in about a year. Cement shields are now in place to protect the Visitor Center from future incidents. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com Read More

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