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Community Collaboration Brings Adult ESL Classes To Mesa Public Library

Free ESL classes Feb. 2- May 4 Mesa Public Library at 2400 Central Ave. Post file photo

COUNTY News:

Mesa Public Library, in collaboration with Family Strengths Network and the Adult Learning Center at UNM-Los Alamos (UNM-LA), is hosting a series of conversational English as a Second Language (ESL) classes at no cost to the public.

Textbook and all course materials will be provided at no cost. Classes are 1-5 p.m. Wednesdays between Feb. 2 and May 4 downstairs in The Zone at Mesa Public Library.

Drop-ins are welcome and participation in the full series of class offerings is not necessary.

Adult Read More

NSCW: With National School Choice Week Underway, American Families Eye Future Of K-12 Education

NSCW News:

Programs and policies offering school choice opportunities expanded in 19 states in 2021, and parents are exploring these options, with 52 percent of parents saying they have considered a new or different school in the last year.

Millions of teachers, students, and community leaders across the nation are sharing their hopes and needs for the future of K-12 education as the twelfth annual National School Choice Week (Jan. 23-29) kicks off. 

Before the Week’s official kick-off, parents in 10 states explored their area’s education options at multi-school fairs School Fair Saturday Read More

Topper Swimmers Roll To Team Titles At Griffin Invite; Girls Undefeated This Season

Seniors Orion Henderson and Kelly Wetteland have combined for four school records this season. Both were named to the 2020-21 High School All-America team and are under consideration for the 2021-22 team. Courtesy/Stu Corliss

The Topper girls team, sporting tutus crafted by sophomore standout Anna Wetteland, are undefeated in the 2021-22 season. The team is captained by seniors Kamaya Ronning, front left and Sylvia Holesinger, front right. Courtesy/Stu Corliss

By STU CORLISS
LAHS Swimming Coach

The Los Alamos Hilltoppers won both the boys and the girls team competition at the Griffin Read More

More Than 2,000 Teachers Earn National Board Certification; 130,000 Now Teach To Profession’s Highest Standards

NBCT president & CEO Peggy Brookins

NBCT News:

Despite the unprecedented impact of a pandemic, the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards announced today that 2,073 teachers became National Board Certified Teachers (NBCT) in the 2020-2021 school year.

Showing their deep commitment to student learning and the teaching profession, these teachers represent 49 states plus the District of Columbia. 

With the 5,304 teachers who renewed or maintained their certificate this year, there is now a total of 130,630 teachers from all 50 states who teach to the highest standards in Read More

Heinrich, Luján Welcome Almost $5 Million In American Rescue Plan Funding To Support Tribal Housing Projects

U.S. SENATE News:

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senators Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) and Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.) are welcoming almost $5 million in Indian Community Development Block Grants (ICDBG) to support Tribal housing projects in New Mexico.

The funding, made possible by the American Rescue Plan, will be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Safe and affordable housing is absolutely essential to self-determination and Tribal sovereignty,” Heinrich said. “I’m proud that the American Rescue Plan continues to support Tribal housing projects in communities where families Read More

Valles Caldera National Preserve Latest Access Guidelines

Bobcat walking through a valle at the Valles Caldera National Preserve. Courtesy/NPS

VCNP News:

The National Park Service (NPS) is working service-wide with federal, state and local public health authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic.

Based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, access to Valles Caldera National Preserve (VCNP) is as follows:

The park landscape remains open to vehicles along N.M. 4 and pedestrian/bicycle access along trails, as designated.

There are some areas of the park that Read More

Chandler: There Is A Problem With Code Ordinance 02-323 Registration Of Vacant Commercial Buildings, Etc. 

By GEORGE CHANDLER
Los Alamos

Here is another example of taking a sledgehammer to a problem that requires finesse and diplomacy. The vacancy of commercial properties downtown is something I take seriously. I have followed its genesis, followed it with interest partly because it is literally a block from my home. There is a problem.

Purported solutions to county problems surface regularly in the beer halls of Los Alamos. What’s missing in these venues is expertise, interested parties, and balanced, nuanced discussion. Nevertheless these “solutions” seem to be regularly making their way Read More

SFNF Thanks Collaborators For Pacheco Canyon Success

SFNF News:

SANTA FE — The recent prescribed pile burn in Pacheco Canyon on the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) 7 miles northeast of Santa Fe was a great example of shared stewardship across ownership boundaries to reduce wildfire risk and protect communities and other assets in the wildland-urban interface (WUI), SFNF Supervisor Debbie Cress said today.

Crews completed a total of 443 acres of piles of slash and woody debris on Forest Service lands and another 111 acres on the Pueblo of Tesuque’s Vigil Grant. The two prescribed pile burns were implemented by the SFNF, Pueblo of Tesuque, Pueblo Read More

New Mexican Educators Demand Changes In Classrooms

Hundreds of teachers and education activists protest outside the Roundhouse on Sunday. Courtesy/SFNM

By MICHAEL TASHJI
The Santa Fe New Mexican

About 500 teachers and education activists marched Sunday outside the Roundhouse to demand better pay, smaller class sizes and better classroom results.

Participants carried placards that read, “Teachers Need Good Pay to Stay” and “No Teachers No Future” at the noon rally, organized by the American Federation of Teachers New Mexico and the National Education Association-New Mexico.

Julie Wojtko, a teacher and an advanced education services Read More

This Week In Hilltopper Sports: Jan. 25-30, 2022

This Week in Sports:

Los Alamos High School Hilltopper games are covered by the Los Alamos Daily Post sports team of Gene Mortensen (Voice of the Hilltoppers), Mike Cote, John McHale and Nate Limback.

The Topper sports schedule for Tuesday Jan. 25 – Sunday Jan. 30:

Jan. 25 Tuesday

  • Wrestling vs Miyamura Home 3 p.m. (Aux. Gym)
  • Boys Basketball vs Espanola Away 7 p.m.

Jan. 27 Thursday

  • Girls Basketball vs Espanola Home 7 p.m. – Broadcast on LA Daily Post You Tube Channel

Jan. 28 Friday

  • Swimming/Diving at Albuquerque Academy 3 p.m.
  • Hockey vs Rio Rancho Home 6:45 p.m.
  • Boys Basketball vs Taos Home 7 p.m. – Broadcast
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Hilltopper Hockey Team Beats The Bears

Kameron Remde had a great game, only letting one goal in. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com

Ty Swavely scores in the second period. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com

SPORTS News:

The Los Alamos High School Hilltoppers hosted the Albuquerque Bears Friday night at the Los Alamos County Ice Rink.

The Bears scored early in the first period, but the Toppers came storming back, racking up 5 goals by the end of the game to win 5-1.

Defender, Ty Hinojosa, ready at the point. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com
Ty Swavely makes a centering pass to Joe Dunwoody. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com
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New Mexico State Police: 14-Year-Old Missing In Española

Josiah Vasquez, 14, missing since Friday 

NMSP News:

ESPAÑOLA – The New Mexico State Police (NMSP) is seeking the public’s assistance in locating missing juvenile Josiah Vasquez.

Vasquez is a 14-year-old Hispanic male, 5’5”, 130 pounds, with black eyes and black hair.

He was last seen Friday, Jan. 21, 2022, around 9 p.m., at 718 El Llano in Española.

He was last seen wearing a black hoodie with the lettering “Champion” on the front. Vasquez does have a gauge earring on his left ear and a green earring on his right ear. His whereabouts and destination are not known.

Anyone with any information Read More

Topper Divers Win First Place At Griffin Invite

Kyle Hatler was the high point diver for the meet and led the Topper men to a first place in men’s diving competition Friday night at the Santa Fe Prep Blue Griffin Invite held in the Genoveva Chavez Community Facility in Santa Fe. There were 12 women’s teams and 8 men’s teams diving in the competition. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

Annie Beus was the high point diver in the women’s competition and led the Topper women’s team to a first-place finish. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com

Braydon Stidham finished in 2nd place in the men’s diving competition. Photo by John McHale/ladailypost.com Read More

Topper Girls Varsity Basketball Takes St. Pius 33-32

Emma Raven takes the tip off for the Toppers. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com

GG Romero charges in for a layup in the 1st quarter. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com

SPORTS News:

The Los Alamos High Shool Girls Varsity Basketball team hosted the St. Pius Sartans Saturday afternoon at Griffith Gymnasium.

The game was evenly matched for all four quarters.

The Toppers were behind by 25-16 at halftime, but came back strong after the break.

They only gave up 2 points in the 3rd quarter and continued attacking the basket, putting up 16 points in the second half to win the game 33-32.

Abby Martinez Read More

Obituary: Stephen Andrew Dunn Jan. 14, 2022

STEPHEN ANDREW DUNN Jan. 14, 2022

Stephen Andrew Dunn, fondly known as “Stevie Ray” was born in Los Alamos, New Mexico to Theodore and Eleanor Dunn in 1956. He was the youngest of three children, joining sister Shirley and brother David.

In the Summer of 1978, with a love for the Denver Broncos, Steve put down his own roots and started a family in Denver Colorado where his son Ted was born. The family later moved to Ogden, Utah to be close to family and were then blessed with daughter Alicia.

In 1986, Steve married Peggy and welcomed her three children into his life and heart as if they were his own. The two Read More

Chart 578: Los Alamos Leads New Mexico In Current Diagnoses And Vaccinations

This scatter plot shows the current 7-day average of diagnoses per 100,000 people versus the percentage of the population who ‘completed their vaccination series’ by county. Paradoxically, Los Alamos leads the state in current diagnoses as well as vaccinations. Furthermore, the trendline indicates that current diagnoses tend to be higher in counties with higher vaccination rates. Source: New York Times. Created by Eli Ben-Naim Read More

Bernalillo Puts LA Boys Basketball Away Early In Third Quarter

Gavin Coy going up for the tip off to start the game. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com

Wesley Stanfield drives the basket. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com

By MIKE COTE
Sports
Los Alamos Daily Post

In the first half of Friday evening’s game, the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys basketball team was able to keep up with the fast-paced Bernalillo Spartans.

But at the start of the second half, the Spartans took over and cruised to a hefty victory at Griffith Gymnasium. That game was broadcast on the Los Alamos Daily Post’s YouTube channel.

Bernalillo started off the third quarter red hot, going Read More

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