Santa Fe Animal Shelter Offers Special Adoption Fees And Giveaways During Kitten Palooza Event Aug. 1-2
Due to an influx of kittens, the Santa Fe Animal Shelter has announced a one-time special adoption fee on all kittens two to five months old, during its Kitten Palooza Weekend.
The Santa Fe Animal Shelter, northern New Mexico’s largest open-admission, no-kill shelter, will hold its Kitten Palooza adoption event at the shelter’s main campus 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., today and Sunday, Aug. 1-2.
The shelter’s RV will be parked out front to allow more people to visit with kittens. To reserve an appointment during Kitten Palooza, call 505.983.4309 extension 1610.
Join PEEC the week of Aug. 3 for a variety of events. Tuesday, Aug. 4, Mariana Rivera Freeman will discuss her experiences studying the Gunnison’s prairie dog at Valles Caldera National Preserve. Then, Friday, Aug. 7, Laura Marseglia will highlight what is coming up in August’s night skies. Both events begin at 7 p.m. and registration is required at peecnature.org/events. Courtesy/PEEC
Join the Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4 and Friday, Aug. 7 for two live-streamed talks.
Aug. 4, PEEC’s Field Science Specialist Mariana Rivera Freeman
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The Historic Preservation Advisory Board (HPAB) meeting scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 5 is canceled.
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- The Los Alamos Community Encouraged to Work Together at Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op Outdoor Patio, Following COVID-Safe Guidelines
projectY cowork Los Alamos announced today that it will co-host a free coworking day Monday, Aug. 10 at the outdoor patio of Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op to celebrate the International Day of Coworking.
The community is encouraged to participate in this day, which promotes working solo (but not alone), from noon to 4 p.m. while also supporting other local businesses.
“The event is open to the community for all who are working remotely during
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Fuller Lodge Art Center announces the opening of the New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists, annual Celebration of Clay Exhibition.
This event, which started today and will help through Sept. 19 at the Fuller Lodge Art Center, fulfills a primary mission of this statewide organization: to promote excellence and creativity in the clay arts.
This self-juried exhibition increases understanding and appreciation of clay arts and artists throughout the state of New Mexico and beyond and is an excellent opportunity for New Mexico potters to share their best work.
Having presented the Celebration
‘Early Riser’ by Sue Ellen Hains. Courtesy/FLAC
‘Remember’ by Sue Ellen Hains. Courtesy/FLAC
‘Mother & Son’ by Sue Ellen Hains. Courtesy/FLAC
Los Alamos resident Sue Ellen Hains showcases her collages in the exhibit, “A Quiet Place: An Exhibit of Collages,” in the Portal Gallery of Fuller Lodge Art Center today through Sept. 19.
“Preparing for this exhibit gave me the opportunity to explore many facets of my life, real and imagined, heard and unheard,” Hains said. “It all came together with collage- the perfect medium to bring order out of chaos.”
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The Santa Fe Indian Market is staring COVID-19 in the face—and going global and going virtual. To support artists and the Market, click here: Click here for a full list of the 447 participating Indigenous artists.
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Enterprise Market President Liddie Martinez
Two Los Alamos women are named in the Albuquerque Journal “2020 Women in Business” published Tuesday in the Journal.
Enterprise Bank & Trust Regional President Liddie Martinez is honored in the Businesswoman in Finance & Banking category and Los Alamos Daily Post Publisher Carol A. Clark in the Businesswoman in Media category.
This annual event celebrates the accomplishments of New Mexico’s women business leaders.
Los Alamos Daily Post Publisher Carol A. Clark
The list of this year’s honorees include representatives
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Los Alamos Historical Society Membership Campaign Underway … Become Part Of An Organization Dedicated To Preserving The History Of The Town That Changed The World
Board Member Sharon Snyder cuts the cake on the 50th anniversary of the Los Alamos Historical Society, which preserves, promotes and communicates the remarkable history and inspiring stories of Los Alamos and its people for the community, global audience and future generations. Courtesy/LAHS
By WENDY M. HOFFMAN
LAHS Board of Directors
Los Alamos Historical Society’s annual membership campaign is underway. It’s a chance to become part of an organization dedicated to preserving the history of the town that changed the world.
Our history, however, doesn’t focus only on the events
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Resilience and Renewal, interviews and stories about the Cerro Grande Fire by local author Terry Foxx. Courtesy image
Terry Foxx, local author and 2014 Los Alamos Living Treasure, spoke via Zoom at the July 28 meeting of the Rotary Club of Los Alamos.
Resilience and Renewal, Stories of the Cerro Grande Fire 20 Years Later, is the latest book by Foxx. It is a series of interviews, published by the Los Alamos Historical Society. She spoke about the similarities between the community’s reaction to the Cerro Grande Fire, May 2000, and the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Although the pandemic
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A pair of blue prairie dogs decorating a kindness rock found Thursday morning along the Walnut Canyon Rim Trail are lifting spirits all over Los Alamos. Photo by Yvonne Keller
Daily Postcard: Sunset falls over the Sangre de Cristo Mountains viewed Thursday from the upper deck of a residence in Pajarito Acres in White Rock. Photo by Nancy Bartlit
Another view of the sunset over the Sangre de Cristo Mountains Thursday viewed from Pajarito Acres in White Rock. Photo by Nancy Bartlit
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Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham at her press conference this afternoon together with state health officials announced the state will extend its emergency public health order and keep intact existing public health restrictions and guidelines. Screenshot/LADP
SANTA FE – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and state health officials announced this afternoon the state of New Mexico will extend its emergency public health order and keep intact existing public health restrictions and guidelines while the state continues to combat the spread of COVID-19.
The emergency public health order retains the
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The Taxation and Revenue Department is extending some modifications to its collection and enforcement efforts through August 31.
The modifications were originally announced March 30 to help taxpayers facing financial difficulty because of the public health emergency.
The most severe collection activities, including new liens, seizures and injunctions, are now on hold through August 31.
Also, taxpayers may be eligible for penalty and interest relief on late payments as long as they have met filing deadlines.
“We will continue to work with taxpayers who are under financial
New Mexico Department Of Agriculture Issues Warning To Residents Not To Plant Unsolicited Foreign Seeds
LAS CRUCES – The New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA) has received reports of New Mexico residents who have been mailed unsolicited foreign seeds not clearly labeled as seeds.
The seed shipments may be obscured as jewelry items.
If you are the recipient of one of these seed packets, the New Mexico Department of Agriculture is asking you not to plant them. If the seed has been planted, collect the seed prior to germination or destroy any emerging plants.
NMDA is working closely with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Department of Homeland Security’s Customs
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The orange dots indicate the locations where earthquakes occurred today in the western United States including northwest of Los Alamos in New Mexico. Courtesy/USGS
The National Weather Service Albuquerque office has confirmed to the Los Alamos Daily Post that a 3.7 earthquake occurred at 9:04 a.m. today.
The earthquake occurred between Gallina and Coyote northeast of Los Alamos. Residents in Los Alamos and around the area have reported feeling the earthquake.
There have been no reports of injuries or property damage.
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