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Cornell Professor: ‘Carl Sagan, Vatican Astronomers, And A Life Of Science And Faith’ At IHM Wednesday
Cornell University Professor Jonathan Lunine
Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish will host Cornell University Professor Jonathan Lunine for a presentation on the intersection of faith and science and his journey to the Catholic Faith.
Professor Lunine is the David C. Duncan Professor in the Physical Sciences at Cornell University, director of the Cornell Center for Astrophysics and Planetary Science, and vice president of the Society of Catholic Scientists.
The community is invited to attend this presentation at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 in the Parish Hall at 3700 Canyon Road.
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The options of where to get groceries in Los Alamos could be expanding. Feb. 27, the Los Alamos Planning and Zoning Commission will consider a lot split and site plan that would pave the way for a Natural Grocers.
Los Alamos County Planning Manager Tamara Baer explained that the lot split is proposed at the Shriners’ building site
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By Fr. Glenn Jones
Gonna’ be a blessed week! Though no longer the pastor of IHM, we “former pastors” cannot help but keep tabs on our beloved former parish. And, this week, the parish family is expecting yet another addition (cue squeals of glee). So, like Phil Robertson used to say on “Duck Dynasty”, we’re “Happy, happy, happy!” It’s the first for the parents and grandparents, so you just know the kid is going to be spoiled to death … especially if ol’ Uncle Father Glenn gets to visit.
The births in any parish come in waves. There were (and hopefully will continue to be) the continual joy of burgeoning
Parker Construction, under contract with Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities, will excavate on the south side of Arizona Avenue just east of 45th Street to locate a water leak.
This investigatory utility work will occur Tue. Feb. 19 only. Traffic will be restricted to one lane at the construction zone beginning at 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., with two-way traffic accommodated by a flagging operation. Motorists can expect some delays.
Repair work to the waterline will be scheduled in the upcoming weeks. Drivers are urged to observe the speed limit and traffic control signs on
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Robotic chef at work. Courtesy image
By SUZETTE FOX
Decades ago, the kitchen was hidden in the back of the house. It was a place where meals were prepared and dirty dishes were washed. Fast forward to 2019 and the kitchen has a much different role.
Today, the kitchen is the focal point of the home, the place that brings everyone together at the start of the day or after a long day away. Now the kitchen is paraded in all its beauty and warmth at the very center of the house.
Kitchens have changed a lot over the decades and planning for your kitchen remodel is very important. Technology advances
Dear Abandoned Senior Project Supporters, WCSS Group of United Church of Los Alamos, Fr. Glenn Jones and the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church and Rev. Laurie Triplett of Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church:
This letter is to thank you personally for all your help during the 10-year tenure of the abandoned senior project. This project is very difficult and very worthy as it supports several seniors who would not otherwise have any help with clothing and toiletries during the Christmas holidays.
I especially thank the volunteers of the United Church thrift store
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On the job in Los Alamos is Clay Staley delivering dinner Tuesday evening to the Los Alamos Daily Post news team from Pasta Paradiso Fine Italian Ristorante, Steakhouse & Lunch Buffet on Trinity Drive. Pasta Paradiso has just launched its dinner delivery service, 5-7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. To place an order for delivery, visit pastaparadisola.com or call 505.662.0552. #worklosalamos #wherediscoveriesaremade. Photo by Carol A. Clark/adailypost.com
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“Framed by Faithfulness” is the theme for the seventh annual county-wide “Women2Women” mini-conference.
The mini-conference, which seeks to connect Los Alamos women with each other and with God, is 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, March 2 at the Los Alamos Church of Christ, 2323 Diamond Dr.
The morning of Christian fellowship, mutual encouragement, and spiritual strengthening is open to all women of the community. The event is free. Beverages and finger foods will be served.
The church began sponsoring the county-wide conference in 2013 and has followed up every year
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By Fr. Glenn Jones
Well … almost a month absent from Los Alamos already. One thing is nicer for these old bones here in Albuquerque, though: it’s a lot warmer—averaging 10-15 degrees warmer daily. Yet … ponderosas are scarce … canyons almost non-existent … mountains more distant … the coyote chorale simply a memory. Ah, the remembered blessings of LA…
Now have been a month at the new job—with lofty title of “Vicar General”, but more descriptive would be “paper pusher”, for large part. Sometimes in conversation Archbishop Wester refers wryly, with a bit of sarcastic sting: “When I
Los Alamos County’s Geographical Informational System (GIS) staff manuever a drone Friday at 36th Street and Trinity Drive. County Engineer Eric Martinez said staff were mapping Trinity Drive as a result of a recommendation made during the Jan. 3 Transportation Board meeting. It was recommended that County staff look into a potential option of a ‘road diet’ or modifying Trinity from Oppenheimer to Los Alamos Medical Center so the road could turn into two lanes, one in each direction, and create a middle turn lane or ‘suicide lane.’ Martinez said it will probably
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