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Former Los Alamos Police Chief Wayne Torpy addressed the County Council during public comment Tuesday evening about his ongoing insurance battle.
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The news is swarming with horrible stories about tragedies. We hear too often about shootings at community colleges or vehicles driving into crowds of people. These stories are heartbreaking. Those who witness these events also are impacted in profound ways. It is life altering to witness innocent lives suddenly changed by a senseless evil act.
While these tragedies are overwhelming, many stories of heroism also rise to the surface. Stories about young men and women
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Los Alamos Police Department runners and Special Olympic athletes meet for a photo Thursday morning before taking off in the 2017 Torch Run from Los Alamos to Jemez Springs. Photo by Kateri Morris
Los Alamos American Legion (Linda Fox) presents a $500 check to Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. Photo by Kateri Morris
From left, Bandelier Ranger David Sutherland, LAPD Sgt. Tim Lonz and LAPD Cpl. Robert Larsen pull a steep hill. Photo by Kateri Morris
Bandelier Ranger Derek Thompson carries the torch. Photo by Kateri Morris
LAPD Cmdr. Morris and Ofc. Jay Eakins
Los Alamos Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run Coordinator Cmdr. Oliver Morris leads athletes along Trinity Drive early Thursday as they head toward the Jemez. Photo by Maire O’Neill/ladailypost.com
Former Los Alamos Police Chief Wayne Torpy, right, showed up to show his support for the Torch Run with Chief Dino Sgambellone, center, and Cmdr. Oliver Morris. Photo by Maire O’Neill/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos Auxiliary Fire Brigade volunteers Tom Houlton, left, and Charles Hosford are ready to assist Thursday morning for the 2017 Special