Los Alamos County has sent a letter of support for the proposed Manhattan National Park to three congressional leaders.
Clear HERE to view the letter.
For more information on the status of the potential Manhattan National Park, read the newsletter story from the Atomic Heritage Foundation:
Benches and canopies have been installed in a parking area on Rover Boulevard near N.M. 4 in White Rock for visitors to park their vehicles and wait in the shade for Atomic City Transit to transport them to Bandelier this summer. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
A free shuttle service operated by Atomic City Transit is the only way in which visitors will have access to Bandelier National Monument this summer through November, Park Superintendent Jason Lott said.
Visitors should park in the designated lot at the intersection of N.M. 4 and Rover Boulevard in White Rock.
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Check out the new “Social” page on the Los Alamos Daily Post!
We are now showing the Post’s Tweeter and Facebook feeds. On the Post’s Tweeter feed you will find retweeted stories that are of interest to Los Alamos.
Retweets are small story blurbs from around Los Alamos, the state of New Mexico and beyond.
The staff of the Los Alamos Daily Post selects only stories to “retweet” that are likely to be of interest to past and present Los Alamos citizens.
You can click on the links within the retweets to view the full external stories that are described.
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Photo by Dr. Mohammad Khan Kharoti
Editor’s note: Local veterinarian Bob Fuselier, is in Afghanistan representing the Afghan Sister Villages education project. The project includes Los Alamos High School students communicating by computer with students in an Afghan school. Fuselier is seeking support to build a school in a second village. Fuselier’s colleague, Dr. Mohammad Khan Kharoti says, “Education is the key to fight terrorism, the darkness of ignorance, to build bridges, to go forward hand in hand … without education it is difficult to build bridges, Read More
NEW MEXICO STATE FORESTRY News:
Raging fire is visible from Forest Road 141. Photo by Steven Meister, Mt. Tayloyr Hotshots. Courtesy/USFS Gila National Forest
The Whitewater-Baldy Complex Fire has grown to 170,272 acres, which makes it the largest fire in New Mexico history. Last summer’s Las Conchas fire burned 156,293 acres.
The fire has continued to spread in all directions as it remains active on more than 95 percent of the perimeter.
Firefighters are working on the line around the fire to provide the buffer needed to minimize the spread.
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QUALITY NEW MEXICO News
Quality New Mexico is accepting applications for the 2012 NM Performance Excellence Awards. The awards, which will be awarded next spring, include:
- Piñon Recognition, commitmentto performance excellence
- Roadrunner Recognition, progress toward performance excellence
- Zia Award for Performance Excellence, best-in-class results
Organizations wishing to participate in the awards program must send in an intent to apply form by June 15. It can be obtained at www.qualitynewmexico.org.
Applications are due on July 20.
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Photo by Gary Warren
Nearly 30,000 motorcycle riders rallied at Red River over the Memorial Day weekend.
The annual springtime event jump starts the tourist season in the Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado region.
Red River is one of the most popular tourist destinations due to its scenic location and mild climate.
Centrally located in the north central mountains of New Mexico, Red River is the closest resort area to Texas and Oklahoma, as well as a short drive from Southern Colorado.
At 8,750 feet above sea level, Red River is in the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range and surrounded by 1.5 million Read More
Marilynn and Barry Smith stop at the grave of a deceased friend at Guaje Pines Cemetery during today’s Memorial Day Ceremony hosted by the Los Alamos Elk’s Lodge. Photo by Salvador Zapien
Three Cub Scouts listen as James Hay delivers his speech at the Memorial Day Ceremony at Guaje Pines Cemetery. Photo by Salvador Zapien
James Hay, Commission for the Governor’s Commission on Disability and disabled U.S. Army Sargent, delivers a speech at the Memorial Day Ceremony at Guaje Pines Cemetery. Photo by Salvador Zapien
Steven Aumack of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8874 waits Read More
The Healing Field in Questa, a few miles north of Taos, is the site of a Memorial Day service today. There are 1,000 flags in the field honoring all who have served for America’s freedom. Photo by Gary Warren
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