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An eyewitness at the scene of a buck tangled up in a hammock today commended Los Alamos police officers for their compassionate actions in freeing the trapped animal. ‘LAPD did a heroic job getting this thrashing buck untangled from a backyard hammock this afternoon in Los Alamos,’ he told the Los Alamos Daily Post. Photo by Jim O’Donnell
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TED Talk Tuesday continues noon to 1 .pm. Tuesday, Jan. 7 with the topic “Don’t Fail Fast—Fail Mindfully”.
This event is free and open to the public and everyone is invited to bring their lunch and have a casual conversation with others after the talk.
For more information visit projectY.
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Live Theater at the Los Alamos Senior Centers
- Monday Jan. 13 at 12:45 p.m. at the Betty Ehart Senior Center, 1101 Bathtub Row in Los Alamos; and
- Tuesday Jan. 14 at 12:45 p.m. at the White Rock Senior Center, 133 Longview
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A hundred years ago on Aug. 18, 1920, Tennessee was the last of the necessary 36 states to secure ratification of the Nineteenth Amendments allowing women the right to vote.
To celebrate the event and to remind citizens of those momentous times, the League of Women Voters is sponsoring an essay contest open to all Los Alamos students in grades 9 through 12 attending public, private or home schools.
The essay topic is “U.S. women fought for decades for the right to vote, finally achieving the vote in 1920. What were some of the obstacles to achieving suffrage? Since 1920,
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Friday morning this elderly buck was standing in the middle of a back yard of a residence in Los Alamos. While the homeowners watched, a young buck entered the back gate and approached the older buck. They sniffed each other, then stood quietly together before the older buck laid down. Photo by Kathryn Willcutt
The young buck and older buck begin to nuzzle. Photo by Kathryn and Gordon Willcutt
After time spent nuzzling, the young buck places his forehead directly between the antlers of the old buck and pushes against him. The old buck tolerates him, much like a father training his young son.
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- The basics of end-of-life planning, demystified;
- Information regarding your
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Driver safety training for those over 50 is 1-5 p.m. Jan. 9 at the White Rock Senior Center. Courtesy/LARSO
Driver’s Safety should be a new learning tool for adults in 2020.
If “driver’s ed for adults” is in your cards, the local senior centers are here for you.
A cadre of local teachers offer many trainings throughout the year in both the Los Alamos and White Rock facilities. This month, White Rock will play host to the training 1-5 p.m. Jan. 9. The 4-hour course is $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. The course is open to those 50 years of age and over.
This month Kim Thomas is the instructor
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