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No Dry Cleaners In Los Alamos: Park Avenue Cleaners In Santa Fe Wants Your Business

Cecil Huffmeier of Park Avenue Cleaners in Santa Fe is inviting Los Alamos residents to use their full service cleaners at 720 St. Michael’s Drive Suite K, which has been in business since 1993. Huffmeier reached out to the Los Alamos Reporter after speaking with a Los Alamos resident who felt more people in the community needed to know about his business. Park Avenue Cleaners is open Tuesdays through Fridays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Phone (505) 438-2524. Courtesy photo.
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Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting At Jemez Mountain Brewhouse In Jemez Springs

Jemez Mountain Brewhouse owners are, from left, Scott Johnson, Jef Bold, Eben Bold and David Martinez. Photos Courtesy Chamber. A crowd gathers at Jemez Mountain Brewhouse Friday. Photo Courtesy Chamber. Hanging out behind the bar are, from left, David Martinez, Scott Johnson, Jef Bold and Evan Bold. Photo Courtesy Chamber.
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Archbishop: Mortgaging Santa Fe cathedral was only option

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Archbishop John C. Wester is speaking about the decision to mortgage an iconic Santa Fe cathedral to meet a settlement agreement tied to church sex abuse victims. The action was a last resort because “we pretty much sold everything we can, including my residency,”...

Los Alamos Little League 9,10, 11 All Stars Take Second Place In District Tournament

The Los Alamos Little League 9, 10, 11 All Stars participated June 25-30 in the district tournament at Ragle Park in Santa Fe and took second place overall. Pictured are players Players: Eli Erpenbeck, James Work, Paul Work, Lukas Kusserow, Ben Koontz, Joseph Gurule, Dylan Rodriguez, Ross Roybal, Jacoby Davila, Thomas West, Gabe Mamula, Sebastian Gonzalez, and Shane Reass, and Coaches Greg Erpenbeck, Jim O’Hara and Sarah Work. On June 25, the team lost to Pojoaque 3-14, but came back June 28 to play againsy Espanola, winning 7-6 in the 6th inning with Joseph Gurule pitching. After eliminating Espanola from the double-elimination tournament, Los Alamos went on to win agains Pojoaque with a score of 26-12. On June 30 the team lost 0-12 to Santa Fe. Los Alamos Little League is proud of the team’s accomplishments and thanks parents and coaches for making the tournament a success. Courtesy photo.

LAPS Retired Teachers Encouraged To Participate In Return To Work Program

With the recent passage of the Educational Retirees Returning to Work Act, Los Alamos Public Schools is encouraging retired teachers to consider returning to the classrooms for the 2022-2023 school year. The new return-to-work program allows retirees to go back to work without salary or work hour limits. Applicants must...

Santa Fe considers controlled encampment for unhoused people

Stakeholders, residents, and policy makers in New Mexico are grappling with whether to create a system of controlled encampments for unhoused people. Wednesday night the Santa Fe City Council heard a similar proposal. Santa Fe’s Midtown Campus, formerly the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, could become the city’s...

Academics And Fun Combined At Los Alamos Public Schools Summer School

Students in Summer School display their science experiments. Photo Courtesy LAPS. Students taking a timed math quiz. Photo Courtesy LAPS. Getting a little reading time at Summer School. Photo Courtesy LAPS. LAPS NEWS RELEASE. Phonics, fractions, facts and fun are the focus of Summer School this year for students in...

Los Alamos Chamber Of Commerce Celebrates Opening Of Jemez Mountain Brewhouse With Ribbon Cutting Event

Jemez Mountain Brewhouse owners from left, David Martinez, Scott Johnson, Jef Bold and Eben Bold. Courtesy/Chamber. Jemez Mountain Brewhouse owners celebrate with patrons at Ribbon Cutting hosted Friday by Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce. Courtesy/Chamber. CHAMBER News:. The Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce celebrated the opening of the Jemez Mountain...

Opinion: Veterans and Their Families Urge the Santa Fe City Council to Hang Hometown Heroes Banners

So, apparently, there is a safety concern with hanging veteran banners on specific light poles on Cerrillos road. While this may be understandable at some level, the problem is that the efforts to find alternative solutions are quite minimal, and many doubt the legitimacy of these safety concerns, especially since other banners of a different nature have remained on other light poles which are very similar and the veterans and families have paid for the honor.

Chart 658: Los Alamos Marks 17th COVID Related Death

This chart displays the cumulative number of COVID-19 related deaths in Los Alamos versus date. The first COVID related death in three months, marks the 17th death in Los Alamos. Source: New Mexico Department of Health. Created by Eli Ben-Naim.

Laboratory Retiree Group First Tuesday Breakfast July 5

Fully vaccinated Lab retirees (and potential retirees) are invited to drop in at the Los Alamos Laboratory Retiree Group (LRG) monthly breakfast, 8:30-10:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 5, at the Morning Glory Restaurant, 1377 Diamond Dr., across from Los Alamos High School. Morning Glory serves a full breakfast and pastries. Retirees...

LAPS: Benefits Of Being An Instructional Assistant

There are more than 20 IA positions open at all LAPS sites for the 2022-2023 school year. Courtesy/LAPS. An opportunity to work with kids. Same schedule as students. Summer breaks and school holidays off. These are just a few of the reasons to become an Instructional Assistant (IA) at Los Alamos Public Schools.

Santa Fe Summer Shakespeare Announces July Events

The Santa Fe Summer Shakespeare (SFSS) has announced its 2022 July Events. It is the busiest month yet for SFSS with multiple performances, classes, workshops and talks to attend. Performances:. Join SFSS this summer as they embark on explorations of two of Shakespeare’s late romances. Both plays will be performed...

Los Alamos Girl Scouts Give Sweet Thanks To Santa Fe Hotshots With ‘Cookies For Hometown Heroes’ Nomination

SANTA FE – The Santa Fe National Forest’s (SFNF) Santa Fe Hotshots recently enjoyed sweet recognition from Girl Scout Troop 10705 of Los Alamos. The troop honored the hotshot crew by nominating the highly trained, highly experienced firefighters for the “Cookies for Hometown Heroes” program, a Girl Scout campaign that gives thanks to first responders, active military personnel and others who make an impact in our communities.