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The Republican Party of Los Alamos is hosting a Christmas potluck at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5 in Room 505 at UNM-LA.
The community is invited to attend … just bring a favorite dish to share!
To participate in the White Elephant gift exchange, bring a wrapped gift (no more than $15).
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Los Alamos Firefighters busy Wednesday loading meals provided by Del Norte Credit Union (DNCU) into a fire engine at Smith’s Marketplace. Each year DNCU provides meals prepared by Smith’s to firefighters working on Thanksgiving at each of the seven fire stations in Los Alamos County. For more information about this program, contact Diego Muñoz of DNCU at 915.504.4091. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com
DNCU’s Kristi Salazar, left, and Diego Muñoz, right at rear, help firefighters sort out meals to be distributed to the fire stations in Los Alamos and White Rock. Photo by
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On the job in Los Alamos is Larry Warner, 87, spotted Tuesday morning on his ‘geriatric jog’ as he likes to refer to his daily two mile walk on North Mesa. A reader contacted the Los Alamos Daily Post about Warner and expressed gratitude for the fact that he smiles and waves at every car that passes by him during his walks. Photo by Jennifer Bartram/ladailypost.com
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The special bond that has developed between a Vietnam era veteran and a dog named Archimedes, Archi for short, has by all accounts been remarkable.
“I had some ghosts in my head for 47 years and last summer decided
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U.S. Transportation Secretary Announces $11.2 Million In Grants To Revitalize New Mexico’s Bus Infrastructure
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A promising solution to coordinated vehicle/drone delivery to a grid of locations. The black curves are the routes the truck follows at 5 meters per second, and the blue lines inticate the route a drone takes while flying at 25 meters per second. Courtesy/LANL
- A new routing algorithm anticipates the day trucks and drones cooperate to drop packages at your doorstep quickly and efficiently
Santa has always run a one-sleigh operation, but a new analysis could help him speed deliveries and save energy, if he ever decided to add a drone to his route.
“People have considered combinations
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- 5-7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 6 at Misión Y Convento at the Plaza De Española on the corner of US 285 (Paseo de Onate) and New Mexico Hwy 30. (Espanola); and
- Noon to 3 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 7 in Taos at Las Pistoleras Instituto Cultural de Arte – 1219 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, El Prado (Taos area).
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Winter weather is here and Los Alamos County would like to remind residents of some important safety considerations for motorists to take in order to make their travel as safe as possible.
Motorists are encouraged to equip their vehicles with chains and/or snow tires and carry a container of sand and a shovel in their vehicle.
Additionally, motorists should make sure their vehicle is ready for winter driving by insuring the washer fluid reservoir is topped off with washer fluid that is winter rated, the windshield wipers are functional and working properly, the defroster
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Shop on the Corner will offer a Thanksgiving Day sale Wednesday. Courtesy/TOTH
Wednesday, Shop on the Corner will host its Thanksgiving special sale. The special runs 8:30 a.m. to noon and includes a $5 per bag/basket.
The sale will help the thrift store make more room for its Christmas sale Dec. 4.
The Shop on the Corner, in the Old Parish Hall at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, 3900 Trinity Dr., is a volunteer organization. All of its profits are distributed to areas in need in northern New Mexico as well as distrubution of funds during emergencies in other areas.
ALBUQUERQUE – Celebrate the Holidays with a safe ride home.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation, is committed to ending DWI. NMDOT is partnering with Bernalillo County, the city of Albuquerque, Cumulus radio stations and Uber to support “Take a Ride on Us”.
A single Uber credit of up to $10 will be offered in the Bernalillo County metro area beginning at noon Wednesday, Nov. 27 through 3 a.m. Monday, Dec. 2.
Two thousand rides will be available for the Thanksgiving “Take a Ride on Us” program under the Uber app, using the code: ABQTURKEY19. Tips are not included and refunds
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Surrounded by coaches, trainers, athletes, County Councilor Randall Ryti and his wife Wendy Swan, back row center, and Chamber Director Ryn Herrmann, middle row second from right, CrossFit Los Alamos owners Suzanne and John Wilcox officially cut the ribbon Saturday at the grand opening of their newly renovated 5,000 square foot gym at 278 A DP Road. The business, also known as Mesa Elite Fitness, has been operating for 10 years in Los Alamos. Recent upgrades have increased training space and include an entire fleet of top of the line Rogue Echo Air bikes as well as new Concept 2 Ski Ergs. CFLA has
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Los Alamos High School teacher Kimberly Engelking photographs her LAHS yearbook students Thursday morning on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. The students are attending a journalism conference in Washington, D.C. Photo by James R.Mountain/valleydailypost.com
Los Alamos High School yearbook students attending a journalism conference gather for a photo Friday in Washington, D.C. Photo by James R.Mountain/valleydailypost.com
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Have you known persons who will only eat the finest foods, drink the finest wines, demand the finest in all things? The very idea of the McDonald’s drive-thru is anathema (though maybe they haven’t experienced their green chile double cheeseburgers. Yummmmm.) But if we constantly eat the finest food and drink, and deny ourselves no luxury, soon those things become one’s standard, and other things taste as sawdust. And so, when the finest becomes the expected rather than a “treat”, soon even the finest loses its specialness and its ability to please, and the search for something