Embudo, NM

LAPD: Crash On Truck Route – Motorists Should Avoid Area

The scene of a single vehicle crash that occurred a short time ago this morning on the Truck Route about one mile east of the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE). Police report no injuries. Los Alamos police are asking motorists to avoid this area and seek alternate routes to allow first responders to clear the scene. Roads around the community are wet and slick due to rain and motorists are urged to slow down and drive with extra caution. Courtesy/LAPD.
Picture for LAPD: Crash On Truck Route – Motorists Should Avoid Area

Gruninger: What It’s Like To Work One-To-One With A Yoga Therapist

Jacci Gruninger, right, works with a client. Courtesy photo. Working one-to-one with a yoga therapist is somewhat like working with a personal trainer who has more than 800-hours of training in yogic techniques and wellness and modern healing modalities. Yoga Therapy can help improve your function, health and sense of...

Scenes From ‘Brews, Band & BBQ’ Fundraiser At The Tub

Manzanares plays for the crowd at the ‘Brews, Band and BBQ’ fundraiser hosted by the Rotary Club of Los Alamos Saturday evening, June 25 at Bathtub Row Brewing Co-op (the tub) in Central Park Square. Courtesy/James O’Donnell. Three young residents take shelter under a large umbrella and...

Youth Exchange Students Visit Local Rotary Club

Rotary Youth Exchange students Hana Raby, a junior, and Caleb Langenbrunner, a senior, were congratulated at a recent meeting by Laura Loy, the Youth Exchange coordinator for the Rotary Club of Los Alamos. Raby will study in Brake, Germany; Langenbrunner will study in Tournon Sur-Rhône, France. Not pictured: Teresa Austin, a Los Alamos High School junior, will study in Helsinki, Finland. Photo by Sandy Tobin.

Mountaineers: Lesser Known Hikes In Northern New Mexico

The Medanales Arroyo with threatening storm clouds. Courtesy/Eric Björklund. The Los Alamos Mountaineers are back in person! The Tuesday, June 28 Mountaineers meeting will take place at the Los Alamos Nature Center, held in collaboration with PEEC. There also will be a virtual adjunct. The meeting starts at 7...

Taos man accused of trying to set his place of work on fire

TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) – A Taos man is facing charges after being accused of trying to set a Dominoes, where he worked at, on fire. According to a criminal complaint, fellow employees at Dominoes watched Chase Renfro light a small propane tank on fire and throw it into a garbage can Renfro is also accused of […]

Los Alamos Public Schools Hires 4 Assistant Principals

Katherine Herring, Shannon Trujillo, Jennifer Kieltyka and Audrey Juliani have been named assistant principals for the upcoming school year at Los Alamos Public Schools. Courtesy/LAPS. LAPS News:. Los Alamos Public Schools (LAPS) has announced the hiring of four assistant principals for the upcoming school year. New Assistant Principals:. Shannon Trujillo,...

Hiker Encounters Bear Near Los Alamos Reservoir

Noah Banks suddenly encountered this bear. A brief staring contest ensued before the bear lumbered off into the trees to parts unknown. Courtesy/Crystal Banks. Hiker Noah Banks experiences a tense and thankfully brief stare down with this bear Friday along the trail to the Los Alamos Reservoir before the bear lumbers off into the trees. Courtesy/Crystal Banks.

On The Job In White Rock: WRVC Volunteer Debbie Baker

On the job in White Rock Wednesday is volunteer Debbie Baker at the White Rock Visitor Center (WRVC) at 115 N.M. 4. Baker has volunteered since 2018. The Visitor Center is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. For information, call 505.672.3183. #worklosalamos #wherediscoveriesaremade. Photo by Jenn Bartram/

Clerk’s Office Completes Canvass Process To Certify And Finalize Los Alamos County 2022 Primary Election Results

Canvass Board Member Heath Davis, standing, Canvass Board Member Betty Ann Gunther and Canvass Board Member Cameron Counters. Photo by County Clerk Naomi Maestas. The Los Alamos County Clerk’s Office has completed the required canvass process to certify and finalize the results of the 2022 Primary Election, held Tuesday, June 7, 2022.
Santa Barbara Independent

Los Alamos’s Little Theater Group Puts on a Big Show

An impressive amount of creative energy flows through the teeny-tiny town of Los Alamos (pop. 1,275), some of which will be on view at the Los Alamos Theatre Group’s new production of Milo Sampson 1946, a Musical. The show, which runs from July 1-17 at the Depot Mall (515 Bell St.), is a passion project for writer/director Jeffrey Bloom, a Hollywood expat who has been putting on plays in the town since 2018, alongside his producer wife, Carole Bloom.

Santa Fe National Forest to begin selling fuelwood permits June 27

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Santa Fe National Forest will begin selling personal-use fuelwood permits June 27. Permits can be purchased in person at forest headquarters in Santa Fe and at offices in Española, Coyote, and Cuba. The Jemez District will sell permits over the phone. Fuel wood permit sales were delayed this year because of […]