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Enterprise University: College Edition Runs June 10-July 29

Enterprise Bank & Trust News:

  • Summer seven-course schedule provides students access to real-world perspectives

Enterprise Bank & Trust’s highly acclaimed Enterprise University, a no-cost business education program available to local business leaders, is expanding with Enterprise University: College Edition – a weekly summer course offering geared toward college students.

Courses will cover a variety of business topics including strategy, marketing, business culture and more.

Enterprise has helped shape area business leaders for more than 17 years, offering classes


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Letter To The Editor: Already Missing Reel Deal

Maureen Lunn
Los Alamos

I want to echo others in saying that we will deeply miss the Reel Deal theater, not only for having a fun movie-going experience in Los Alamos, but for the kindness and happiness that the staff and space brought.

From the butterfly carpet to the tie-dyed beanie baby on the ticket stand to the zany local pre-movie commercials and more, the space was so sweet, and the staff was always so welcoming.

I live 2 blocks away from the theater, and my husband and I made a habit of going to movies just because we could, often going to see films we didn’t even care about just for the fun of it (and


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Letter To The Editor: My Heart Is Broken Reel Deal Is Closing

By FRED and ZENA THOMAS
Los Alamos

I am sure I won’t be the only one saying this, but my heart is broken that the Reel Deal is closing.  

The Reel Deal was one of the LA institutions that I would lift up as to why we live here. We patronized you’re establishment often, but unfortunately perhaps not often enough.

Thank you for the many good movies and for serving this community.

We will dearly miss you.


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The Reel Deal Theater Is Closing

By Jim O’Donnell and the Deal Family:

The first time I cried was up in the projection room several weeks ago. I was up there doing some routine stuff with the hum of the projectors keeping me company.

Our big feature digital projectors are normally kept on stand-by, day and night, waiting to be brought to life for our next showing. They never had to wait long to deliver their magic to our patrons as we’ve been open every showtime, 365 days a year for the past 16 years.

We opened in December of 2003; it was Xmas and we opened with the Lord of the Rings trilogy. I remember looking down from the projection booth


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Infinite BBQ Opens For Business In Smith’s Marketplace

Owners David and Melissa Pearce opened their new store Infinite BBQ inside Smith’s Marketplace  at 10 a.m. today. Infinite BBQ is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

Infinite BBQ opened for business at 10 a.m. today inside Smith’s Marketplace. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

The menu for Infinite BBQ, which opened for business at 10 a.m. today inside Smith’s Marketplace. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com


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Enterprise Bank And Trust Launches Enterprise University: College Edition … Open To Public Wednesday

Enterprise Bank & Trust News:

Enterprise Bank & Trust is excited to launch Enterprise University: College Edition this week with ‘Strategy & Leadership’ by CEO Jim Lally.

This no-cost business education program is expanding with a summer session designed for #college students, and registration is open now: https://enterprisebank.online/flt_eu_college-edition  #EnterpriseUniversity #EUandYou #EUforCollege

This online presentation, hosted by Enterprise Bank & Trust, is 3-4 p.m. Wednesday, June 10 and the public is invited to attend.

Visit www.enterprisebank.com.


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NMDWS Warns: Scams Regarding Unemployment Insurance

NMDWS News:

ALBUQUERQUE — The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) warns Unemployment Insurance claimants to beware of scammers who may be seeking to steal personal information and/or Unemployment Insurance benefits. Be aware of potential fraud and only use the official website to file an online claim. 

These individuals or groups may represent themselves as legitimate entities and will promise that they can obtain unemployment benefits on a claimant’s behalf. They may try to charge a fee for this service.

Please know that the ONLY legitimate way to file for Unemployment


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Mari Mac Village Shopping Center And Hilltop House Hotel Enter Due Diligence Phase Of Purchase Process

The Hilltop House Hotel, foreground, and Mari Mac, center area, are under contract. Courtesy/Google Earth

By CAROL A. CLARK
Los Alamos Daily Post
caclark@ladailypost.com

After many years sitting dormant, the former Hilltop House Hotel and Smith’s building, along with the rest of Mari Mac Village Shopping Center are under contract in downtown Los Alamos.

Larry Hawker, a principal with New Mexico Innovation Triangle, the company looking at redeveloping the properties, spoke Friday with the Los Alamos Daily Post. He explained that the projects are in the very preliminary stages.

“We are


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McQuiston: Three Ways Auto Insurance Is Going High Tech

By ALLEN McQUISTON
The Jemez Agency
Los Alamos

Today, you can make money by driving people around. You can save money by showing your insurance carrier how you drive. And, you can rely on your smartphone to keep your insurance ID cards at the ready.

Technology is changing the way we use our cars, and it’s changing our auto insurance policies. Let’s take a closer look:

Ridesharing Insurance

Yes, it’s a great way to make some extra cash, but ridesharing has spawned an insurance dilemma for many drivers. Ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft typically cover their drivers pretty well – up to $1 million


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