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Rotorua Daily Post Christmas Appeal: Demand for food support expected to increase over school holidays

The Salvation Army’s Rotorua Food Bank is seeing more families in need over the holidays. Photo/Andrew Warner Rising food and transport costs are expected to hit families hard this summer when the free school meals program closes for the holidays. Already, headteachers and the local Salvation Army food bank are …

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Interruption of subdivision scheduled for Wednesday

County News: After Sunday’s citywide blackout, residents and businesses in the city of Los Alamos are patiently waiting to hear when a system repair will take place. This repair is scheduled for Wednesday morning. The townsite is on two power lines supplied by the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). When …

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Florence Pugh’s ex Zach Braff leaves her a response to a cheeky Instagram comment

Florence Pugh and ex-boyfriend Zach Braff appear to be on good terms, after the actress commented on her latest Instagram post and received a cheeky response. The 47-year-old actor took to his social media to promote an eBay auction for a Zoom call with him and his Scrubs co-star Donald …

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The New Mexico State Ethics Commission is suing “Working Families Organization, Inc.”

SEC News: ALBUQUERQUE – The State Ethics Commission (SEC) has filed a lawsuit against the Working Families Organization, Inc.’ (“WFO”) on November 2 to enforce the disclosure provisions of the Campaign Reporting Act. As alleged in the complaint, WFO spent thousands of dollars on text message ad campaigns aimed at …

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Everything Will Be Fine: Protecting the Merry

Clergy from left, Deacon Cynthia Biddlecomb, retired; Pastor Nicolé Ferry, Associate Rector Lynn Finnegan and Pastor Deb Church. Courtesy picture By Reverend Lynn FinneganThe Episcopal Church in the United States “Watch, dear Lord, with those who work, or watch, or mourn this night, and give charge to your angels of …

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Nets star Kyrie Irving’s trade value described as ‘RADIOACTIVE’ by NBA insider

Kyrie Irving’s business value is being described as “radioactive”, according to NBA insiders who spoke to ESPN’s Zach Lowe after the Brooklyn Nets star sparked accusations of anti-Semitism with a recent Twitter post. “I’ve spoken to a lot of people in the league over the weekend and I feel like …

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LAPS Superintendent Addresses Racist Behavior Heard by LAMS Players During Football Game Against Santa Fe Indian School

By BONNIE J. GORDONLos Alamos Daily [email protected] Los Alamos Public Schools Superintendent Jose Delfin addressed the Oct. 27 school board meeting regarding an Oct. 5 incident following a football game between Los Alamos Middle School (LAMS) and the Santa Fe Indian School (SFIS). The LAMS players were heard chanting “Go …

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Considering Proposition 122 Part Two – Pagosa Daily Post News Events & Video for Pagosa Springs Colorado

Read the first part I shared a chart yesterday in part one, and we’re sharing it again this morning, below. Source: HuffPost.com I found the chart on HuffPost.com, in a 2016 article by Matt Ferner titled “Total Cost of Incarceration in the U.S. Exceeds $1 Trillion, Study Finds.” Excerpt from …

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New Mexico Division of Energy Conservation and Management Launches Site to Accept Green Building Tax Credit Applications

Directed by Louise Martinez REMDR News: SANTA FE – The Energy Conservation and Management Division (ECMD) of the New Mexico Department of Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources (EMNRD) has initiated a website Accept tax credit claims from residents who take steps to make their homes and businesses more energy efficient. …

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Luján Applauds USDA Announcement to Cover 100% Cost-Sharing for Growers Affected by Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire

US Senator Ben Ray Luján US SENATE News: NAMBE – U.S. Senator Ben Ray Luján (DN.M.) released the following statement on the announcement that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will waive cost-sharing program requirements for agricultural producers and landowners New Mexico lands impacted by Hermit’s Peak / Calf Canyon …

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McKerley: a golden opportunity

By BILL MCKERLEYChairLos Alamos Republican Party We are fortunate to live in a large community with many opportunities and resources. We also have a number of challenges that require consistent, focused and conservative leadership. We are fortunate to have three outstanding Conservative candidates running for County Council. Sharon Dry, Reggie …

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Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Hector Galán speaks at the National Hispanic Cultural Center on October 27

Hector Galan NHCC News: ¡Celebrando! Join DCA at the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 27 as they wrap up their Hispanic Heritage Month festivities with a free film screening and a special director’s keynote from acclaimed and prolific documentary filmmaker Hector Galan. Galán is …

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DVS Produces Video Highlighting Forgotten Heroes’ Funerals

DVS News: The New Mexico Department of Veterans Services (DVS) produced a video highlighting the September 29 funeral of forgotten heroes, where 29 unclaimed deceased veterans were laid to rest with military honors. Click on the link to watch the video, which was posted on the DVS website. Find out …

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Katja Sulc In Caricias Solo Concert November 3

Katie Sulk. Courtesy picture News from TEATRO PARAGUAS: Teatro Paraguas will host Katja Šulc, a Slovenian singer-songwriter intertwining poetry and music 7:30 p.m., Thursday, November 3 at 3205 Calle Marie in Santa Fe. His latest album CARICIAS (Casete Mexico, 2021) pays tribute to Mexico and its poetry, with contemporary, folk …

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Competition and a mustard seed

Clergy from left, Deacon Cynthia Biddlecomb, retired; Pastor Nicolé Ferry, Associate Rector Lynn Finnegan and Pastor Deb Church. Courtesy picture By Pastor Nicolé Raddu FerryBethlehem Lutheran ChurchLos Alamos “The apostles said to the Lord, ‘Increase our faith!’ sea’, and he would obey you. Luke 17:5-6 “It’s good to have valid …

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Australian model Shanina Shaik shows off her enviable post-baby body as she walks in Los Angeles

Australian model Shanina Shaik shows off her enviable post-baby body as she heads to an exclusive fashion event in Los Angeles By Jimmy Briggs for Daily Mail Australia Published: 2:50 a.m. EDT, October 7, 2022 | Updated: 3:44 a.m. EDT, October 7, 2022 On Thursday, Shanina Shaik showed off her …

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At Sheriff Smith Trial, Witnesses Testify About Getting Gun Licenses – Palo Alto Daily Post

Longtime Santa Clara Sheriff Laurie Smith at a news conference in August at her office in San Jose. Photo from Bay City News. BY BRADEN CARTWRIGHTDaily Post Editor The first witness to appear yesterday (October 3) in the trial of Sheriff Laurie Smith was Carlyle Varlack, a criminal defense attorney …

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North Gwinnett wins Wilderness game 67-41 over Meadowcreek | Sports

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Gwinnett grads Will Banfield and Nasim Nuñez help Pensacola Blue Wahoos win Southern League title | Sports

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SOFTBALL ROUNDUP: Bella Teems grand slam highlights Mountain View victory | Sports

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Marcelo Ebrard meets Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Friday he met with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov to discuss a Mexican peace plan for the Ukraine conflict that he presented this week to the United Nations General Assembly. Mexico has offered a deal to end the fighting, but Ukraine opposes the …

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Council gives green light to city-wide composting program

By Kristen LaskeyLos Alamos Daily [email protected] By unanimously approving municipal-wide composting, the Los Alamos County Council is optimistic it will be a win for everyone – environmentally and economically. At the September 6 regular council meeting, a motion was passed directing the county executive to implement a food composting system …

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Santa Fe National Forest is hiring temporary recreation and archeology positions for 2023

SFNF News: SANTA FE — “Make a lasting impact on the world around you and unlock opportunities for professional growth and career advancement. Join the Forest Service, an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, and be part of an organization committed to caring for the earth and serving …

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The bizarre streetlight post that’s proof Australia’s anti-vaxxers have lost the plot

The bizarre streetlight post that’s proof Australia’s anti-vaxxers have lost the plot Australians took to the streets as part of the ‘Worldwide Freedom Rally’ on Sunday They protested the lockdown, mask mandates and vaccine mandates An anti-vaxxer at a rally in Sydney posted a baffling message about streetlights She took …

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Romeo Beckham shares cryptic message and photo of brother Brooklyn amid family feud rumors

Romeo Beckham appeared to wade through the tensions between the Beckhams and the Peltzes by sharing a post that read: ‘Nothing more important than family’. The footballer, 20, shared the cryptic message and a photo of his brother Brooklyn, 23, on his wedding day on Instagram on Friday amid rumors …

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Biden urges Mexico to take migrants under COVID deportation

FILE PHOTO: Migrants seeking asylum cross the Rio Bravo River in Ciudad Juarez As border crossings hit record highs, US President Joe Biden’s administration quietly urges Mexico to accept more migrants from Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela under a COVID-19 deportation order than the White House has publicly sought to end, …

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McMinn cross-country sweeps Big Soddy meet | Sports

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Ex-California principal charged after pushing student with special needs to floor, authorities say | New

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Power is restored for most customers – Palo Alto Daily Post

Update, 1:35 a.m. Tuesday: The power outage that hit southwest Palo Alto Monday night appears to be ending. The city’s utility department just released an update saying the number of customers without power has dropped to 36. A few hours ago, 4,462 customers lost power. Still no word on the …

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Fort Union hosts first site tours of Fort and Arsenal on September 10

Fort Union National Monument will host its annual tours of the site of the first fort and the armory on Saturday, September 10. Courtesy/NPS NPS News: WATROUS – Fort Union National Monument invites the public to join its annual tours of the first fort and armory on Saturday, September 10. …

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Bondi Rescue star Terry McDermott dies after battle with cancer

A star of the hit Australian TV series Bondi Rescue has died after a battle with cancer. Lifeguard Terry ‘T-Man’ McDermott died on September 1, it was announced in a post on the Bondi Rescue Lifeguards Facebook page on Friday. He has been described as one of the “nicest mariners …

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Lynn Bjorklund has a perfect prediction in ACRR Pace Race

Runners gather for the weekly ACRR run at Pinon Elementary School in White Rock on Tuesday. Courtesy/ACRR Runners take off Tuesday in the weekly ACRR pace race at Pinon Elementary in White Rock. Courtesy/ACRR ACRR News: Lynn Bjorklund had a perfect prediction of 24:00 minutes in the weekly Atomic City …

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Los Alamos Historical Society Lecture Series Begins September 13

Alan B. Carr, senior LANL historian, at the 10,000 yard Trinity West bunker. Courtesy/LAHS LAHS News: Alan B. Carr, Senior Historian and Program Manager for Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), will kick off the 2022-23 Los Alamos Historical Society (LAHS) Lecture Series at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, September 13 at …

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Lindsey Vonn reveals her mother Lindy Anne Lund died of ALS

Lindsey Vonn announced that her mother, Lindy Anne Lund, passed away Thursday night with a post that was shared to her Instagram account on Saturday. The 37-year-old performer has shared several throwback photos featuring her late relative, who died of complications from ALS, which she was diagnosed with last year. …

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MADD and law enforcement team up for “Saturday Saturday”

MADD National President Alex Otte MADD News: ALBUQUERQUE – Volunteers and staff from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) will team up with law enforcement patrols across the country on Saturday, August 27 for the fourth “Saturday Saturday” nationwide. Virtual and in-person events highlight impaired driving prevention efforts by law enforcement …

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Six will receive the 2022 William S. Dixon First Amendment Freedom Award

NMFOG News: ALBUQUERQUE — The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (NMFOG) has chosen five New Mexicans as recipients of its 2022 William S. Dixon First Amendment Freedom Awards. The awards are given annually to New Mexicans who believe in government transparency at the state or local level – and …

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Mental health impacts of gun violence often push back regulation

By ANNA MARIE GARCIA, Mr. EdVice President for Early Childhood EducationLANL Foundation Students in New Mexico ended their school year last spring just days after the tragic mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. They are returning to school this month shortly after a suspect was arrested in …

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Jerry (Gerald Thomas) Morton August 5, 2022

JERRY (GERALD THOMAS) MORTON August 5, 2022 Jerry (Gerald Thomas) Morton, a free riding spirit returned home to ride free August 5, 2022. A man of mystique and intrigue who will be missed. A man with a mind that was only able to think outside the box. A man who …

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Cuban doctor gunned down in Ecatepec, Mexico

Cuban doctor shot dead in Mexico City hospital A Cuban doctor was gunned down in a hospital in a tough neighborhood on the outskirts of Mexico City. A Cuban doctor was shot dead in a hospital in a difficult neighborhood on the outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico State prosecutors confirmed …

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DOE/NNSA awards $400 million EPS to TechSource E-TESA

Tech Source News: Tech Source, Inc., a small, veteran-owned business, and the entire Enterprise-Wide Technical and Engineering Support Alliance (E-TESA) team are honored to have received the General Purchase Order ( BPA) DOE/NNSA Technical, Engineering, and Programming Services (TEPS-3) award. This $400 million award is a direct result of TechSource …

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Scenes from the celebration honoring Matt Schmidt for 20 years of service to the Los Alamos Schools Credit Union

Staff, board members, family and friends gather Friday to celebrate the 20th birthday of CEO/President Matt Schmidt of Los Alamos Schools Credit Union at 1010 Central Ave. Schmidt, center, is flanked by his wife Emily and their children Sophie and Adam. To learn more about Los Alamos Schools Credit Union, …

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Precision Medical Hair Restoration And Aesthetics is the first of its kind in New Mexico

Interior of Precision Medical Hair Restoration and Aesthetics in Albuquerque.Courtesy photo Dr. Chris Plaman By BONNIE J. GORDONLos Alamos Daily [email protected] Dr. Chris Plaman opened Precision Medical Hair Restoration and Aesthetics in Albuquerque in January. “Precision is the first and only hair regeneration medical center in New Mexico,” Plaman said. …

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Olivia Newton-John’s heartbreak when husband Matt Lattanzi ran away with babysitter Cindy Jessup

Olivia Newton-John’s first marriage ended in heartbreak when her husband ran away with the couple’s young babysitter as the singer battled breast cancer. Dancer Matt Lattanzi has split from Newton-John after being confronted about his “very close” relationship with Cindy Jessup, then 23, while on a cancer charity bike ride. …

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Manchester United fans baffled with loudly booed Cristiano Ronaldo message

Manchester United leave fans baffled by posting video of Cristiano Ronaldo being loudly booed by supporters at Old Trafford ahead of opening defeat to Brighton Cristiano Ronaldo was left on the bench before facing Brighton The 37-year-old was booed by Manchester United fans ahead of the game A video was …

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Groundbreaking research revealed at Alzheimer’s Association international conference

Alzheimer’s News: ALBUQUERQUE – With more than 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease, researchers are working tirelessly to advance the science that will lead to earlier detection, preventions and additional new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s and all dementias. This week, more than 10,000 researchers attended the Alzheimer’s Association …

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FBI offers reward for ‘Bling Ring Bandit’ bank robber

Anyone who recognizes this thief is asked to contact the FBI at 505.889.1300, or Albuquerque Metro Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at 505.843.STOP. Courtesy/FBI The FBI and the Albuquerque Police Department are asking for the public’s help in identifying the “Bling Ring Bandit” responsible for an August 3 bank robbery. Courtesy of …

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At school shooter’s trial, families remember lives lost

Family members of three of Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz’s 17 victims testified on Monday about how their 2018 deaths at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland affected their lives, detailing lost loves, lost moments and even the fading memories. Student Joaquin Oliver’s sister glared at Cruz as she …

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50 water tanks will be installed to supply the metropolitan area of ​​Monterrey

La Caintra donated 500 water tanks and more than 280 water pipes to support workers, communities and schools in Monterrey with water. Irma León Garza, vice-president of Caintra, said the union supports the water crisis in Monterrey. Photo: Enrique Hernandez. The National Chamber of Transformation Industry of Nuevo León (Caintra) …

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Scenes from Atomicon 2022 at the Mesa Public Library

Los Alamos County Library Program Specialist Jessica Jenkins goes into superhero mode during today’s Atomicon at the Mesa Public Library. The event celebrated comics and graphic novels with workshops, talks, vendors and a wide range of activities. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/ladailypost.com Mesa Public Library staff Jonathan Richardson showcases a range …

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US Senator Ben Ray Luján gets billions for national labs in landmark innovation bill

The United States House of Representatives joined the United States Senate in passing the bipartisan Chips + Science Act of 2022 – landmark legislation aimed at boosting American innovation and competitiveness. This legislation represents the most significant investment in U.S. science and technology leadership in generations. While the entire Chips …

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Manly pride jersey drama: CNN, BBC and Washington Post cover the rainbow stripes saga

The NRL rainbow striped pride jersey drama has gone global with some of the world’s biggest news outlets and Australians continue to throw their two cents on the saga. Former England and St Helens captain and Canterbury Bulldogs prop James Graham has accused seven Manly Sea Eagles players of overreacting …

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Luján legislation to strengthen land grant rights for communities clears committee

US SENATE News: WASHINGTON, DC – The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee has unanimously passed legislation introduced by U.S. Sen. Ben Ray Luján (DN.M.) to provide greater consultation between the federal government and communities land grant. The Land Grant-Mercedes Traditional Use Recognition and Consultation Act recognizes community land grants …

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No limit for New Mexico SNAP participants to double their products

Española Farmer’s Market. Courtesy/NMFMA Las Cruces Farmer’s Market. Courtesy/NMFMA NMFMA News: SANTA FE – The New Mexico Farmers Market Association (NMFMA) announces that more than $2.5 million in food incentive dollars are available this year for grocery shoppers who use the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program ( SNAP), formerly known as …

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Del Norte Credit Union records $1 billion in total assets

Chuck Valenti, President and CEO of DNCU DNCU News: SANTA FE – Chuck Valenti, President and CEO of Del Norte Credit Union (DNCU), today announced that the cooperative had reached $1 billion in total assets as of June 30, 2022. DNCU attributes its impressive growth to a focus on member …

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Los Blue Ventures performs at the Los Alamos Friday Night Summer Concert at Ashley Pond Park

Los Blue Ventures will debut Friday at the Los Alamos Summer Concert Series at Ashley Pond Park. Courtesy/Sancre Productions Los Alamos Summer Concert News: This Friday, July 22N3B is sponsoring the first Los Alamos performance of northern New Mexico’s most beloved Hispanic family band, Los Blue Ventures. Comprised of multiple …

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German tourist, 20, may have been racing her 19-year-old boyfriend when boats collided in Pittwater

A young German woman who moved to Australia and was tragically killed in a boating accident in Sydney’s Pittwater area shared posts about her ship’s renovation and joked about ‘ghosts’ just weeks before her death. Kassandra Muhr, 20, was found unconscious in her boat after the collision on Sunday evening …

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Cristiano Ronaldo posts training photo in United shorts despite failing to show up for training

Does this mean Cristiano Ronaldo will STAY at Manchester United? The veteran superstar posts a training photo wearing the club’s training shorts as he builds up his fitness after missing a summer tour for personal reasons while fishing for a move Wantaway icon Cristiano Ronaldo posted a photo in Manchester …

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Southwest Area 4 Type 2 Incident Management Team Takes Command of Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak Fires

Map of the Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak fires. Courtesy/SFNF SFNF News: Southwest Area Type 2 Incident Management Team 4, led by Incident Commander Aaron Hulburd, took command of the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon fires at 7 a.m. Monday, July 11 . Southwest Team 4 will continue the full …

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COVID is coming and this time for me

LARSO Executive Director Bernadette Lauritzen has COVID. Courtesy picture By BERNADETTE LAURITZENExecutive DirectorLos Alamos Retirees and Seniors Organization COVID Cometh, this time for me. Yes, after 28 months of being overcautious, and apparently Type A…it got me. Why this melodramatic opinion piece you might ask? If you don’t know me, …

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Perth Catholic school drama teacher forced to resign after being called out by students as gay on TikTok

Drama teacher forced to quit after students at Catholic school used cruel TikTok game ‘Guess Who’ to pass him off as gay Perth drama Catholic school teacher forced to quit after coming out as gay on TikTok The TikTok was a ‘guess who’ with ‘clues’ suggesting the drama teacher was …

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NMDCA Announces New Associate Directors at Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and Santa Fe Museum of International Folk Art

NMDCA News: The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Museum of International Folk Art, two divisions of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (NMDCA), announced new assistant directors at each museum. Melissa S. Powell, Ph.D. will serve as Deputy Director of MIAC and Laura J. Mueller, Ph.D. …

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Fort Union will present a historic fashion show on July 16

Courtesy/NPS NPS News: WATROUS – Fort Union National Monument announces its 2022 Historic Fashion Show will take place on Saturday, July 16. During this event, visitors will experience life on the Santa Fe Trail and in Fort Union through 40 years of fashion. The historic fashion show will be held …

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UK military hit by cyberattack after social media accounts post about NFTs and cryptocurrency

Huge embarrassment for the British military as it is hit by a cyberattack after its social media account started tweeting about monkey-themed NFTs in fear of security The Army Twitter posted a storm of tweets promoting competitions to win NFTs Their YouTube page was also hacked and started promoting cryptocurrency …

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EDD: Latest County-Level Economic Summaries

The graph above shows quarterly economic summaries by county. Courtesy/EDD EDD News: SANTA FE — Alicia J. Keyes, Cabinet Secretary for the New Mexico Department of Economic Development (EDD), said today that the agency’s latest set of quarterly economic reports show 30 of 33 counties posting gains in corresponding gross …

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Luján and colleagues urge HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra to expand access to vote registration on HealthCare.gov

From the office of US Senator Ben Ray Luján: WASHINGTON, DC— U.S. Senators Ben Ray Luján (DN.M.), Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Sheldon Whitehouse (DR.I.), Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.), Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn .) and Mazie Hirono (D-Hawai’i) sent a letter to Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra requesting an update on …

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Gwinnett Health Department Changes Name to GNR Public Health | New

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Florida conservationists capture 215-pound python, heaviest found in state | New

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County holds public meeting on COVID surge situation

B and KRISTEN LASKEYLos Alamos Daily [email protected] Los Alamos County has seen an increase in reported cases of COVID-19 this month and while the reasons for the increase remain a mystery, the number of cases appears to be decreasing, said retired epidemiologist Dr. Will Athas, during a virtual community briefing …

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Sister Hazel performs Friday night at the Los Alamos Summer Concert Series at Ashley Pond Park

Sister Hazel will perform at the Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presented by Toyota of Santa Fe at 6 p.m. Friday at Ashley Pond Park. Courtesy/Sancre Productions Summer concert news: This Friday, June 24 at 6 p.m., Sister Hazel will perform at the Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presented by …

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Hilary Duff lovingly holds her baby girl Mae while hanging out with husband Matthew Koma

Hilary Duff lovingly holds her baby girl Mae while stepping out with husband Matthew Koma… after gushing about her parenting abilities in loving Father’s Day post By Sam Joseph Semon for Dailymail.com Published: 1:15 a.m. EDT, June 21, 2022 | Updated: 2:38 a.m. EDT, June 21, 2022 Hilary Duff was …

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Report: Jeff Green exercises option to stay with Nuggets | Sportsxchange

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Michigan Supreme Court Denies Larry Nassar’s Request to Appeal His State Prison Sentence | New

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PE teacher arrested for alleged sexual assault of middle schooler – Palo Alto Daily Post

By the Daily Post team Palo Alto police arrested a physical education teacher this afternoon (June 15) on a warrant charging him with sexually assaulting a sixth-grade student 20 years ago. Arrested was Peter Michael Colombo, 55, of Redwood City. He was incarcerated at the Santa Clara County Main Jail. …

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Martin Lewis warns people to beware of ‘smart’ new Post Office scam

Martin Lewis has issued a warning about a new scam where people pose as postal officials. Taking to Twitter, the money-saving expert revealed exactly what to do if you think you’ve been contacted by the scammers. His tweet read: “Warning. Just got a clever version of the ‘pay £1.99 for …

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Cornell Lab Of Ornithology Broadcasts Newest California Condor Chick Live On Webcam

Endangered California Condor chick with mom, #846. Dad is #462. Courtesy/Cornell Lab of Ornithology News from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology: FILMORE, CA / ITHACA, NY — There’s a brand new chick and additional hope for recovery for the endangered California condor. A condor chick hatched at 5:42 a.m. on …

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Aspen students are first in the state of the stock market game

Elise Mack, Annaka Preston, Zack Ramirez, Simon Marshall, Angel Ricarte and Addisyn Southam were part of the team that defeated other elementary, middle and high school teams across New Mexico. Courtesy/LAPS LAPS News: Several students in Cody Minium’s fifth-grade class at Aspen Elementary School placed first in the state in …

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Derby Dames celebrates diversity with Pride Scrimmage

By KELLY DOLEJSI Friends of Los Alamos Pride The Los Alamos Derby Dames (LADD) invite the community to their Rocky Horror Showdown scrimmage on Saturday, June 18 at the Los Alamos County Rink. The first whistle is at 8 p.m. and admission is free, but monetary donations will be collected …

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Week of June 6, 2022

County News: Public works projects: The projects listed in this section are managed by county public works staff through contractors. For more information, email [email protected], call 505.662.8150or visit the section “Projects/Public Link Works” on www.losalamosnm.us. Please slow down and exercise caution during construction work areas. Please note that the information …

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