Eleven Los Alamos High School Seniors Named Semifinalists In 2024 National Merit® Scholarship Program

2024 National Merit Semifinalists from Los Alamos High School, front row from left, Andres Iturregu, Rosario Dodd, Minhtet Htoon, John Cawkwell and Rebecca Li. (Not pictured Kahtia Dadzie). Semifinalists, back row from  left, Finley Inglis, Lucy Kelley, Shiv Antar Khalsa, Daniel Kim and Jinheon Kim. Courtesy/LAPS

LAHS News:

Eleven Los Alamos High School (LAHS) seniors are among 16,000 students nationwide named as semifinalists in the 69th annual National Merit Scholarship program.

This year’s semifinalists from LAHS are John Cawkwell, Kahtia Dadzie, Rosario Dodd, Minhtet Htoon, Read More

Bernstein: Let’s Practice Safe And Civil Community

Candidate For Re-election
Los Alamos School Board

I am Christine Bernstein, running for School Board. Not running against a person.

I am asking for civility in this campaign.

I published a Letter to the Editor and was met with a lot of assumptions made about intentions, thoughts, feelings and actions that were untrue.

I have an ask for this community:

I ask that we model the behavior we would want in our kids.

I ask that we ask ourselves, “Do I know this is true for a fact?” before stating it as if it were.

I ask you to contact me and ask me.

And even better, I ask you to meet me face to Read More

SFCC Nursing Club Blood Drive With Vitalant Oct. 13

SFCC News:

Santa Fe Community College’s (SFCC) Nursing Association Club will host a Vitalant Blood Drive, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 13.

The drive will be held in the SFCC Board Room 223 at 6401 Richards Ave. in Santa Fe.

Please schedule an appointment at or call 505.428.1000 and be sure to bring your photo ID. Read More

JROMC Lecture: It’s All Downhill – A Brief History Of Skiing At Los Alamos

Limon Perrot, Robert Carter, Enrico Fermi and David Inglis skiing at Sawyer’s Hill. Courtesy/Los Alamos Historical Society


The community is invited to attend a free lecture on the history of skiing in the Jemez Mountains, on Monday, Oct. 2, beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the SALA Event Center, 2551 Central Ave., presented by the J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Committee (JROMC) and co-sponsored by the Los Alamos snowboarding and mountain biking racing teams.

The presentation will trace the history of skiing in Los Alamos from the Ranch School programs through the development of Sawyer’s Read More

DPU Countdown To Public Power Week 2023


The Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities (DPU) will be celebrating Public Power Week Oct. 1-7, along with the Public Power Association and 2,000 other community-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities that collectively provide electricity to 49 million Americans.

This year, Public Power Week’s focus is on how public power utilities are working to ensure reliable, affordable, sustainable and customer-focused service to their communities.

In recognition of Public Power Week, DPU offers tips on how to save money and energy:

  • According to the Alliance to Save Energy,
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Kiwanis Club Hears Presentation On Robust Advantages And Programs Available At UNM-Los Alamos

UNM-LA’s Student Success Manager Coco Rae speaking to Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos members during the Sept. 19 meeting. Courtesy/Kiwanis                                                                                                                                             UNM-LA’s Internship Coordinator for Student Services Brittany Carpenter speaking to Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos members during the Sept. 19 meeting at TOTH. Courtesy/Kiwanis

Kiwanis Club of Los Alamos

Student Success Manager Coco Rae at the University of New Mexico-Los Alamos Read More

Los Alamos Public Schools Embraces Sandy Hook Promise Programs Teaching Empathy, Empowering Students

LAPS Superintendent Jennifer Guy

Los Alamos Daily Post

“I would feel less safe as a district without this ‘See Something Say Something’  app.” –LAPS Superintendent Jennifer Guy

When longtime educator Jennifer Guy became superintendent at Los Alamos Public Schools (LAPS), she recalled the issue she lost the most sleep over – worrying that a troubled or worried student would call the school after 5 p.m. and there would be no one there to answer that call.

Thankfully, former District Safety Director Susan Fellows discovered an anonymous reporting Read More