LAFD: Nine Cadets Graduate At Ceremony Friday

The American flag waves in the breeze during the Fire Recruit Academy Class #28 Friday at the White Rock Baptist Church on N.M. 4 in White Rock. Nine fire cadets graduated during the ceremony including Fire Science Valedictorian Terry Martinez, and EMS Valedictorian Gary Martinez (whose grandfather is LAFD Retired Capt. Leroy Lopez) and Dennis Padilla, Cory Miller, Christopher Salinas, Manual Fierro, Rudy Trujillo, Donovan Aguilar and Isiah Chavez  Photo by Jenn Bartram/

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Rotary President Phil Dabney Presents Paul Harris Fellowships To Alison Pannell And Nancy Cerutti 

Rotary Club President Phil Dabney, center, presents Paul Harris Fellowship pins to Rotarians Alison Pannell, left, and Nancy Cerutti  at the Jan. 7 Rotary Club meeting. Chicago attorney Paul Harris founded Rotary in 1905. Rotarians who donate generously are recognized with gold pins containing gemstones designating their level of giving. Rotary is a charitable service organization with 1.2 million members worldwide. The Rotary Club of Los Alamos meets noon to 1 p.m. Tuesdays at Cottonwood on the Greens. Everyone is welcome to attend. Photo by Linda Hull

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Seet: Solar Works – So Why Not?

A Solar Works installer carries solar panel mounts up to the roof of the Nicholas Seet residence in Los Alamos. Courtesy photo

The completed 15 Panel Solar Array installed at the Nicholas Seet residence in Los Alamos. Courtesy photo


Los Alamos

Last year I installed a 15 panel, 1300W, solar array to replace my home’s electrical load. The reason was not because I was upset with my $50-$100/month electrical meter charge from the Los Alamos DPU, but because I was running out of “green” things I could do in the face of relentless global warming

And in my fantasy-land I was imagining plugging

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Hastings Center Responds To Draft Guidance For Regulation Of Artificial Intelligence Principles By White House Office Of Science And Technology Policy

Hastings Center Senior Advisor Gretchen Greene


(NEW YORK) – Hastings Center Senior Advisor Gretchen Greene responded to this week’s release of draft guidance for regulation of artificial intelligence principles by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy:

“The White House is calling for innovation and yet, if the innovation is by city councils or state legislatures, appears to be moving in a direction to discourage it,” Greene said.

Greene, an internationally recognized expert on artificial intelligence policy and ethics, including face and emotion

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Posts From The Road: Smokey Bear Historical Park

Smokey Bear Historical Park: The Smokey Bear Historical Park on a two acre site in central Capitan features educational displays and videos, which tell the story of Smokey and fire prevention. Photo by Gary Warren/

Smokey Bear: A wooden carved sculpture of Smokey Bear stands in the Smokey Bear Historical Park. The sculpture features Smokey in his familiar Ranger hat and blue jeans. Photo by Gary Warren/

Fallen Firefighters: A new memorial was added to the park in May 2019. This sculpture honors Wildland Firefighters and fire support personnel from New Mexico

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Los Alamos School Board Meets Tuesday

LAPS News:

The Los Alamos School Board meets 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the School Board Room at the Administration Offices, 2101 Trinity Dr., Suite V.

In reference to a Dec. 10, 2019, closed Executive Session, School Board President Ellen Ben-Naim will state that the purpose for the discussion in closed session was limited to the items stated on the agenda. No action was taken.

New Board member swearing in by the Honorable Judge Elizabeth Allen and election of board officers are among topics  scheduled for Tuesday’s meeting.

The meeting is open to the public.

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Teacher Rita Sanchez Receives Spirit Of West Award

Los Alamos Middle School teacher Rita Sanchez receives the Spirit of the West Award. Photo by Chad Lauritzen


The 2020 Spirit of the West Award was presented to Los Alamos Middle School teacher Rita Sanchez during a ceremony Saturday night at the Betty Ehart Senior Center.

The Champions of Youth Ambitions “Community Asset Awards” celebrated its 11th annual event, sponsored this year by the Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation.

Sanchez was recognized with the Spirit of the West Award, named for former County Councilor Jim West, not just for 35 years of teaching, but thousands

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‘The Neverending Story’ Is Truly Magical At LALT

Ygamul the Many and her children are menacing but somehow adorable in ‘The Neverending Story’. Photo by Zachery Baker



Los Alamos Daily Post

Adults, bring every available kid. Kids, drag your adults to this show. Los Alamos Little Theatre’s latest production “The Neverending Story,” opened Friday at the Performing Arts Center and it’s truly magical.

The production is produced by Elisa Enriquez and directed by Mimi Adams. Adams has a lot of experience directing kids and it really pays off in this production.

A huge cast of around 30,

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Fr. Glenn: ‘Take The Wheel!’

By Fr. Glenn Jones

What a world. Is this politician/celebrity/person being truthful or not? Or rather … is he simply seeking to further his own interests at the expense of others? It’s anyone’s guess. After all, we are deluged daily by the deceitful—scamming phone calls (“Let that warranty run out already!”), e-mails (“Boy, those foreign princes sure are generous!”), faked pictures and documents on unsocial media, etc. Sigh.

Now, we Catholics remember John the Baptist especially this weekend as we close the Christmas season on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. The Gospels tells us that John

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On The Job In Los Alamos: At Speedway

On the job in Los Alamos are Lacey Duffy, left, and Michelle Gomez assisting a customer Thursday at Speedway #9130 at 3701 Arkansas Ave. The station is open 5 a.m to 11 p.m. daily. #worklosalamos #wherediscoveriesaremade. Photo by Jenn Bartram/

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Theophany Blessing Of Ashley Pond 2020 Jan. 19

Scene from Blessing of the Water at Ashley Pond Theophany 2015. Courtesy photo

Theophany. Courtesy photo 

Saint Job of Pochaiv News:

This year Theophany lands on Sunday, the 19th of January. Theophany, the feast and commemoration of the Baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River by John the Baptist, used to coincide with the celebration of the Nativity (Christmas).

But over the centuries separate celebrations developed.

When Jesus went to the Jordan, where John was preaching and baptizing, the people were gathering for repentance and the forgiveness of sins.

Jesus, being perfect and sinless, had

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Call Made For Republican Party Of Los Alamos County Pre-Primary Convention At Fuller Lodge Jan. 25

GOP News:

Call is hereby made for the County Central Committee Meeting and Republican Party of Los Alamos County Pre-Primary Convention to be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, at Fuller Lodge, 2132 Central Ave, Los Alamos, NM. 

Registration will begin at 10 a.m. No admittance after close of registration.

The County Central Committee will:

  • Hold an election of Delegations to the State Convention;
  • Prescribe any special rules for the Convention; and
  • Consider any other proper business.

The Convention Delegates will:

  • Attend, at own expense, the 2020 Republican State Pre-Primary Convention

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Freedom Church Begins Love Los Alamos Series Today

Freedom Church News:

Freedom Church of Los Alamos launches its “Love Los Alamos” series at 10:30 a.m. today in the Aspen Elementary School Gymnasium at 2182 33rd St.

“Come be a part of a movement! God is doing something big in Los Alamos through Freedom Church and we can’t wait to see all that he wants to do in you and through you in 2020!” Freedom Church Pastor Mike Brake said.

At this event, Pastor Brake intends to share powerful keys to living 2020 to its fullest potential and how to experience the change in one’s life that people are longing for.

“God loves everyone in Los Alamos … we love everyone

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Democratic Party Of Los Alamos Meets Monday

DPLA News:

The Democratic Party of Los Alamos County meets at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 13, in Building 6 at UNM-LA.

The County Central Committee will vote on a cleanup to local party rules.

There also will be an informal update on the future of maternal care at Los Alamos Medical Center and information on how to obtain tickets to the 2020 DPNM Legislative Dinner.

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Alex Kirk Among Quintet Of The Decade

Alex Kirk of Los Alamos is among five players who make up the Pistoia Basketball Quintet of the Decade 2010-2019. Courtesy/PistoiaSport


International Basketball star Alex Kirk of Los Alamos is named among five players who make up the Pistoia Basketball Quintet of the Decade 2010-2019:

Center: Alex Kirk

The heart is not controlled, but in this case the red and white fans make an exception. Yes, because in competition in spot 5 there also was Fiorello Toppo, beaten by Alex Kirk. Kirk landed in Pistoia in the summer of 2015 and proved immediately a player capable of making a difference.

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Cultivating Vitality With Michelle: Easing Into The Water


Los Alamos

Okay, so last week we touched on why it is wise to ease into changes instead of making a whole bunch of New Year’s Resolutions which are likely to fade away into nothingness, leaving only the dreary sense of failure once again.

Last week I encouraged you to track your water intake for the week – don’t change it. Track it.

Got it? Good.

Now’s the moment to decide what to do with your information. Will you opt into changing something a little bit, or are you good where you’re at?

Confused about what to do? You’re not alone. Even the experts have differing opinions, yet each

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