DWI Planning Council Reminds Drivers Plan Ahead To Be Safe During Summer Concerts; Holiday Weekends

DWI Planning Council Reminds Drivers Plan Ahead To Be Safe During Summer Concerts; Holiday Weekends

 
COUNTY News:
 
Atomic City Transit and the DWI Planning Council want you to be safe during the upcoming summer concert series and holiday weekends.
 
Donna Casados, the Social Services Director, DWI Planning Council Coordinator and her staff, invite the community to learn more about the work of the DWI-PC. The Council meets monthly and is open to community members.
 
“The hope is for the community to enjoy a night where they plan ahead and practice safe and responsible drinking habits,” Casados said. “ACT is a great way to do that, the ACT staff are extraordinary and professional.

Tags:

Weekly Fishing Report: May 23

By GEORGE MORSE
Sports And Outdoors
Los Alamos Daily Post
 
Winter simply doesn’t want to let go this year. It has turned cold and it could even freeze this late in the spring. That would be a bummer because it looks like a bumper crop of fruit this year.
 
The weather should warm back up quickly The rivers are still swollen with runoff and with snow still falling at high elevations, it looks like we could be well into June before they start dropping. It’s been on heck of a year with the weather and it’s still not over.
 
The prime fishing seems to be in the smaller lakes, as nearly all of them

Tags:

On The Job In Los Alamos: LAHS Seniors Peter Janke And Carson Schramm Completing Final Class Project

On the job in Los Alamos are Los Alamos High School seniors Peter Janke, left, and Carson Schramm spotted Wednesday completing a project for their Photography Class final. Janke celebrates his 18th birthday today, May 23, and plans to attend Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., in the fall on a lacrosse scholarship. Schramm, 18, plans to attend New Mexico State University this fall in Las Cruces. Photo by Jenn Bartram/ladailypost.com


Tags:

World Futures: Profit, Non-Profit, Not-For-Profit Part 2

By ANDY ANDREWS
Los Alamos World Futures Institute
 
Previously we looked at individual bubbles in a bubble model with the definitive statements that they want and need to make a profit.
They need compensation, usually money, so that they can acquire other things for survival and ride the elevator of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
They want to avoid pain while seeking pleasure. Profit, as used here, means making a living or money by producing or buying or selling goods and services.
An individual selling his or her labor (getting a job) is in the business of him or herself, with most of the governmental

Tags:

Gibson Best Predictor; Top Finisher In Pace Race

Runners gather for the ACRR weekly pace race Tuesday on Burnt Mesa Trail in Bandelier. Courtesy/ACRR
 
Runners take off in the ACRR weekly pace race Tuesday on Burnt Mesa Trail in Bandelier. Courtesy/ACRR
 
ACRR News:
 
Levi Gibson, 8, is the best predictor and top finisher in the 1 mile distance in the Atomic City Road Runners weekly pace race with a 6 second differential and a time of 7:32 Tuesday on Burnt Mesa Trail in Bandelier National Monument.
 
Other accurate predictors include:
  • Aurea Rojas at 8 seconds off;
  • Mariela Vargas recording a 26 second difference;
  • Diego Leonard

Tags:

Letter To The Editor: Happy To See Growth In Town

By TIM L
Los Alamos
 
Thank you Rick Nebel for responding to Mr. Visal and Mr. Little. There are many of us who are happy to see our town growing in much needed areas such as food options.
 
We shouldn’t be negative on anyone wanting to invest in our town to make it just a little nicer. I am not a big fan of Wendy’s either, but it will be much nicer than the old abandoned building located there now and some people will be happy to eat there.
 
And not to worry to anyone who does not like Wendy’s or prefers another restaurant as there is room for other restaurants that you may enjoy

Tags:

Summer Kicks Off With Summerfest At Pajarito June 8

Courtesy/PajaritoMountain
 
Courtesy/PajaritoMountain

Courtesy/PajaritoMountain

 
PAJARITO News:
 
Pajarito Mountain Ski Area kicks off its summer season 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 8 with lift-served mountain biking and hiking.
 
The mountain will feature some exciting new events and fun activities all summer long.
 
Pajarito Mountain features 1,200 verticle feet of downhill, cross country and freeride mountain bike trails. The 30-trail system is built and maintained almost entirely by local volunteers from Los Alamos. The trails feature dirt and North Shore-style

Tags:

FBI: Albuquerque Man Faces Bank Robbery Charge

FBI News:
 
The FBI made a probable cause arrest May 20 of Dagoberto Francisco Ruiz II of Albuquerque on a federal charge of bank robbery.
 
Ruiz, 23, is accused of robbing Bank of the West Monday at 2101 Eubank Blvd. NE, in Albuquerque. The Albuquerque Police Department arrested Ruiz shortly after the bank robbery and the FBI took custody of him.
 
Ruiz is expected to have an initial appearance Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque.
 
The public is reminded that all suspects are presumed innocent unless convicted in a court of law.

Tags: