Per regulatory requirements, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) announces new documents have been added to the Electronic Reading Room.
The document(s) have been submitted to fulfill one or more requirements of the Los Alamos National Laboratory:
Members of the public may view these documents and many others at LANL’s Electronic Public Reading Room. Read More
From Los Alamos Medical Center:
At Los Alamos Medical Center, we are blessed to have so many fantastic team members who are committed to our mission of making communities healthier and who live our core values each and every day.
The following is the second in a Q&A series highlighting several dedicated LAMC employees who have served our communities for decades. This week, the employee we are featuring up is Lori Coffelt, Risk Manager, who has worked at our hospital since 1982.
Question: Can you tell us a little bit about your first role Read More
Los Alamos Fire Chief Troy Hughes
This month’s Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) Chapter 229 meeting is Tuesday, Sept. 19 in Room 203A at the Los Alamos Research Park.
This month’s speaker is Los Alamos Fire Chief Troy Hughes. Chief Hughes will provide an update on the department including the current staffing numbers, the Baseline Needs Assessment for LANL, and updates on the acquisition of new fire apparatus and fire stations. He will also give some perspectives on current and upcoming challenges the department will likely face.
The meeting will begin with a social period Read More
On the job in Los Alamos is gallery staff member Seth Heatherly showing off the gallery’s latest exhibit ‘Everyday’ recently at the Art Center at Fuller Lodge. The exhibit, which focuses on ‘characteristics of people, places and things despite an obstacle course of disabilities’. The exhibit showcases paintings by Mavis Keepin and Dana Wilson vanWestienen, who are Los Alamos High School 1973 graduates and life-long friends. The show runs through Oct. 10 at the art center at 2132 Central Ave. To learn more, click here. Photo by Connor Hoch/ladailypost.com Read More
Hunger Action Month Urges Community To Join Movement To End Hunger Through Donating, Advocating And Volunteering
FOOD DEPOT News:
SANTA FE — The Food Depot is joining with Feeding America and food banks across the United States for Hunger Action Month, a time to come together to help provide healthy meals for our communities.
Everyone needs nutritious food to thrive and in every community in America, people are working hard to provide for themselves and their families. Yet, The Food Depot needs your support as demand for emergency food services is higher than ever. In FY 22-23, Northern New Mexico’s food bank distributed 8 million meals, 660,000 meals a month, to communities across a 26,000-mile service Read More
Hill Stompers News:
The Hill Stompers, Los Alamos’s own eccentric adult marching band, will be leading the Fifth Occasional Pub Crawl on Saturday, Sept. 23. The purpose of the Los Alamos Pub Crawl is to get music in the streets and other unexpected places, to educate the public about marching band music, and to have great fun!
The band will play a lot of music, march from place to place, and interact with the crowd. This is an excellent opportunity for the whole family to learn about brass, woodwind and Read More
SANTA FE — After an extensive nationwide search, New Mexico Museum of Art (NMMOA) has announced Alexandra Terry as the new Curator of Contemporary Art.
“We’re excited to name Alexandra Terry as our next Curator of Contemporary Art,” Executive Director Dr. Mark White said. “Her credentials as a scholar of contemporary art make her an ideal complement to our strong curatorial team, especially as we prepare to open the New Mexico Museum of Art Vladem Contemporary.”
Terry earned a Master of Fine Arts in Curating from Goldsmiths in London and a Bachelor of Arts in Photography Read More
Daily Postcard: The Milky Way viewed during the County-Pajarito Astronomers Dark Night Satuday over Spirio Soccer Fields at Overlook Park in White Rock. Photo by Tyler Slocum
By MANDI TORREZ
Think New Mexico
To understand why students drop out of high school, researchers funded by the Gates Foundation hit upon a novel idea several years ago: why not just ask the dropouts?
So, they did. Nearly half (47 percent) of the respondents reported dropping out because they were bored. Their top suggestion to help students stay: make school more engaging and enhance the connection between classroom and work. In other words, make the curriculum relevant.
Given that New Mexico’s graduation rate is more than 10 percent below the national average and that 40 percent of our students Read More
LAPS Foundation Board Member Leslie Bucklin addresses the crowd at Taste Of Knowledge today at Fuller Lodge as Oppie looks on puffing his pipe at right, (AKA LAPS Foundation Board Member Kurt Steinhaus). Taste of Knowledge is an annual fundraiser for the Los Alamos Public Schools. Proceeds benefit teachers, staff, students and facilities. Courtesy Photo
Scene from the live auction and paddle raise event today at Taste of Knowledge from which the proceeds benefit Read More
Dr. E. Arthur Dreskin Distinguished Endowed Lecture: Defining And Treating Long-COVID With Dr. Upinder Singh Online Sept. 21
Dr. Upinder Singh
An estimated 7.7 million to 23 million Americans have developed Long-COVID after being infected with the virus, according to The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
Long COVID is a condition that occurs when patients still have symptoms at least four weeks after they have cleared the infection. In some cases, symptoms may be experienced for months or years.
Dr. Upinder Singh, a professor of microbiology and immunology and an infectious disease expert, will be the Dr. E. Arthur Dreskin Distinguished Endowed Lecture speaker at the USC School of Medicine Read More
Scene from 2023 UllrFest, the annual ode to the coming winter, returned to Pajarito Mountain Ski Area Saturday. Festivities included music by DK and the Affordables, Bike and Hike, Strava Downhill Race, New Mexico Craft Brewfest with brewers from Bathtub Row, Bear Creek, Boxing Bear, Canteen, Flix Brewhouse, Hidden Mountain, Palmer Brewery and Cider House, Red River, Second St., Steelbender and Tumbleroot Distillery and Brewery. Courtesy photo
Scene from 2023 UllrFest Saturday at Pajarito Mountain Ski Read More
Noisy Water is a home-grown New Mexico business founded by a 5th-generation farming family. In addition to the winery, tasting rooms, and events barn are vineyards in Rincon and Engle. Courtesy/EDD
EDD is awarding Noisy Water Winery economic assistance to support an expansion of its production facilities that supply products to tasting rooms in Albuquerque, Red River, Cloudcroft, Alto and Ruidoso and distribution of wine across New Mexico and the United States. Courtesy/EDD
ALTO — The New Mexico Economic Development (EDD) announced Thursday that Noisy Water Winery is being awarded Read More
SANTA FE — Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) officials will hold a community meeting 6 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 19 to discuss the upcoming Golondrino Prescribed Fire.
The meeting will be held at the Regina Fire Department at 923 N.M. 96 in Regina.
Fire managers will be present to discuss the prescribed fire, which is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of Sept. 25. A final decision on whether to proceed with the project will depend on agency administrator approval, resource availability, fuel moisture levels, air quality and forecast weather. Prescribed fires are designed to meet Read More
Painted Wall: The Painted Wall is one of the most popular views within Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. The 2,250 feet cliff is the tallest cliff in Colorado and third tallest in the U.S. The name comes from the various lines in the granite wall that looks like paint swatches have been made across the face of the wall. The wall stands 2,250 feet from the canyon rim to the Gunnison River. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com
Pulpit Rock Viewpoint: A view from the Pulpit Rock viewing area with a view of the Gunnison River in the bottom of the canyon. We visited the park this summer when the sun Read More
ELIZABETH: For we’re trying to find a fault in you.
DARCY: Maybe it’s that I find it hard to forgive the follies and vices of others, or their offenses against myself. My good opinion, once lost, is lost forever.
That’s one of the memorable scenes in the 2005 movie “Pride and Prejudice” that always sticks in memory. Yet such an attitude of unyielding ire tends to be modern (well, likely age-old) attitude of many: that once offended, offended forever. No going back, no retractions, do not pass “Go”.
Are Christians, following Jesus’ admonitions and example, free of such bitterness Read More
Dixon Studio Tour News:
This year the Dixon Studio Tour celebrates its 42nd tour – the longest continuously running studio tour in New Mexico.
The 2023 Tour includes an extraordinary number of artists and craftspeople as well as local businesses.