Learn basic infant and child CPR and first aid to be calmer and more prepared in the event of an emergency.
Certified CPR instructor Steve Bond teaches CPR for infants under 1 year old and children ages 1 year to eight years. He will teach an Infant/Child CPR And First Aid class 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, March 14 at Family Stengths Network (FSN) in Pueblo Complex on Diamond Drive.
The cost is $40/individual; $55 if certification is required, and $5/family; must be requested at least one week in advance. Register online at www.lafsn.org
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The driver hauling a moblie home Tuesday attempted a U-turn on N.M. 4 and in the process, broke two axels and wheels and the hitch attached to his trailer, causing a massive traffic backup during rush hour. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Commander Oliver Morris of the Los Alamos Police Department released details of Tuesday’s incident regarding the single-wide mobile home bocking N.M. 4 at approximately mile marker # 66:
The call came in at 4:56 p.m. of a semi-truck “broke down” on N.M. 4 just south of the intersection of the Truck Route. Officers arrived within 3 minutes
TAOS COUNTY – The New Mexico State Police Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Team assisted the Taos Police Department regarding a call involving an improvised explosive device at around 2 p.m. Tuesday.
The EOD Team recovered a destructive device at the Dream Tree Transitional Living Shelter and rendered it safe. All materials found were taken into evidence and an investigation is underway. The possibility of filing any charges is pending the outcome of that investigation.
Direct questions relating to the investigation of this case to the Taos Police Department at
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UPDATE: Police Cmdr. Oliver Morris just announced that N.M. 4 is clear and traffic is moving again.
This mobile home broke down about 4:15 p.m., today on N.M. 4 near the Truck Route. At 7 p.m., Los Alamos Police Cmdr. Oliver Morris said the mobile home has been towed off the roadway and traffic is now moving smoothly. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
At about 4:15 p.m. today, a mobile home broke down on N.M. 4. Traffic is backed up. Los Alamos Police Department are asking motorists to seek alternate routes. The roadway could be shut down as long as 90 minutes while police wait for a tow truck to
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