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Los Alamos Daily Post Awarded 2013 Small Business of the Year

U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich, center, with members of the Los Alamos Daily Post news team Friday, from left, Reporter Kirsten Laskey, Publisher Carol A. Clark, Lifestyles Editor Bonnie J. Gordon and Webmaster/Reporter Greg Kendall. Courtesy photo

LACDC News:

The Los Alamos Commerce & Development Corporation (LACDC) has selected the Los Alamos Daily Post online newspaper as its Small Business of the Year for 2013.

“We are pleased to announce that the Los Alamos Daily Post will be recognized as our 2013 Success Client," LACDC Executive Director Kevin Holsapple said. "Carol Read More

New Eatery Offers Creole, Cajun and Down Home Food

Creole Nouvelle co-owner Esther Lucchini inside her new restaurant at 1793 Deacon St. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

By Carol A. Clark

After working in Los Alamos for LANL contractor Canberra Industries for several years, Peter Lucchini suggested to his wife Esther that the town could benefit from a different type of restaurant.

“Peter loves creole food and had a good friend who was a chef in the Louisiana/Mississippi area who was willing to move out here,” Esther Lucchini said. “So we decided to open Creole Nouvelle with the goal of providing the community with Read More

LANB Hosts School Bond Celebration

Aspen Elementary School Principal Kathryn Vandenkieboom spoke at a gathering at Los Alamos National Bank Friday afternoon celebrating the recent school bond passage and thanked everyone for their support. A portion of the $20 million bond will provide a much needed construction overhaul of the aging Aspen Elementary School building. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

County Councilor Steve Girrens spoke of the importance of the school bond and thanked everyone for their efforts. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Superintendent Gene Schmidt, right, expressed his appreciation Read More

Column: A Sensible Organization Is Not A Perfect Organization – Part I

A Sensible Organization Is Not A Perfect Organization: Drawing Boundary, Yes; Generating Unlimited Rules, Not So Much – Part I

Column by Elena Yang

Plenty of organizations are not sensible but work very hard trying to generate perfect rules to make them look sensible.

The more rules they make, the more innovation they choke off, but the safer they feel within the comfort of all the known rules.

As usual, when dealing with complicated topics, I try to break them into two or more entries, as in today’s topic. 

One way of understanding the third law of thermodynamics: To drive all imperfections Read More

Los Alamos Visiting Nurses Make Permanent Move

Sarah Winton of LAVNS near the sign facing the elevator at the company’s temporary office in the LATA Building on Central Avenue. Photo by TK Thompson/ladailypost.com
 
Staff report
 
Los Alamos Visiting Nurse Service Inc., moved Jan. 24-25 from temporary quarters on the second floor of the Los Alamos Technical Associates Building on Central Avenue to their permanent location at the former Boy Scout Cabin on Canyon Road.
 
Telephones and computer systems were up and running quickly at the new location in order for the organization to continue serving their large clientele.
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Chamber Breakfast Facilitates Communication Between LANL and Local Small Businesses

Local small business representatives met Thursday at UNM-LA with LANL staff to discuss relationships between the laboratory and the local business community. The event was sponsored by the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
 
By Bonnie J. Gordon

Fifty local small business owners and managers met with the new head of the Los Alamos National Laboratory Small Business Office, Chris Fresquez, and staff from the LANL Community Programs Office Thursday during a Business Breakfast at UNM-LA.

The Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce hosted the event, which Read More

Enterprise Holdings Lands Local Contract

By Carol A. Clark

Enterprise Rent-A-Car and National Car Rental brands announces its new location in Los Alamos County.

Its new office will open Feb. 4 at the Los Alamos County Airport, 1040 Airport Road.

A grand opening event in which the community will be invited is scheduled to be announced in the near future.

“We are excited to be opening in the County of Los Alamos. We see this as a wonderful opportunity and look forward to becoming involved in the community both in business and in the community itself,” Area Manager Mark Arambula said. “We are grateful for all those who have Read More

Paradox Plays Jazz Tonight

CHC News:

The jazz trio Paradox, with Carl Greef, Jim Ziomek, Jim Gattiker, will be playing at the Coffee House Cafe (723 Central, thecoffeebooth.com, 662-CAFE) 6-8 p.m. today, Feb. 1.

The Paradox Trio of piano, guitar, and saxophone, performs acoustic jazz standards and classic tunes.

 
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‘Seeker’ Donated to New Mexico State Police

The Seeker – a special mission surveillance aircraft. Courtesy/CSI Aviation

STATE News:

ALBUQUERQUE – CSI Aviation, Inc., a New Mexico-based aviation support and logistics company, is giving New Mexico State Police a special mission surveillance aircraft, that is excess to the company’s needs – a SB7L-360A Seeker.

“On behalf of CSI Aviation, we congratulate the New Mexico State Police on their outstanding response to our RFP, which was sent to several law enforcement agencies in New Mexico.” said Allen Weh, Chief Executive Officer of CSI Aviation, Inc. “As a citizen of New Mexico, Read More

Udall Bill Increases Federal Contracting Opportunities

U.S. SENATE News:
  • First bill of new congress would help New Mexico small businesses

WASHINGTON – In his first bill of the 113th Congress, U.S. Sen. Tom Udall is seeking to expand opportunities for small businesses to secure federal contracts, and make the reporting requirements for those awarded more transparent.

 
The Assuring Contracting Equity (ACE) Act of 2013, would raise the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) government-wide small business contracting level from 23 to 25 percent.
 
It would also increase the contracting goal from 5 to 10 percent for businesses owned
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