Update: Los Alamos Residents Donate $1,250 To Help Police

Update: Four more community heroes have contacted the Post to contribute, increasing the reward to $1,250.


A resident of Los Alamos and reader of the Los Alamos Daily Post contacted the Post this morning after reading about the burglary spree overnight Saturday and the destruction criminals inflicted on several local businesses (link).

“I want to help our police catch those responsible,” the resident said. “I will donate $500 on the condition that you allow me to remain anonymous.”

We agreed and spoke with the police to make them aware of this generous offer, which increases


Dogs Lifting Spirits Around Los Alamos: Meet Freddie

Freddie, 10, is a Havanese who dreams of lifting spirits around Los Alamos. He is a member of the Rick and Liddie Martinez family. Courtesy photo


Freddie is studying this little guy’s moves so he can really lift spirits around Los Alamos. Courtesy video


La Vista: Updates, Resources & Easter Sensory Experience


These are crazy times, aren’t they? As you may have guessed, the church building will be closed until further notice, but that doesn’t mean the church is closed!

Join us for our virtual services and gatherings, and scroll to the bottom of this email to find a fun Easter Sensory activity to do with the whole family!

And as always, we are here to faithfully serve our community in genuine love. If you or someone you know needs help of any kind, please contact us at or call 505.672.3202 and someone from the church will get back with you and do all


Pets Lifting Spirits Around Los Alamos: Meet Butter & Lucy

Butter the dog, and Lucy the cat are BFFs (Best Furry Friends). They pretty much socially isolate from each other, until the sun comes out then they disobey the 6-foot rule and Saturday were even spotted kissing! Despite their cavalier behavior … Butter and Lucy are striving to lift spirits around Los Alamos. They are members of the Regina and Steve Doorn family of White Rock. Photo by Steve Doorn