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Vacationers Flock To RV Park On N.M. 4 In White Rock

View Sunday of RVs of all shapes and sizes and a variety of campers at the RV Park over Father’s Day weekend on N.M. 4 in White Rock. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

View Sunday of RVs and campers at the RV Park over Father’s Day weekend on N.M. 4 in White Rock. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

View Sunday of RVs and campers at the RV Park over Father’s Day weekend on N.M. 4 in White Rock. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com


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Jicarilla Man Gets Two Years In Prison For Assault

FBI News: 

ALBUQUERQUE — Ronnie Tiznado, 47, of Dulce and an enrolled member of the Jicarilla Apache Tribe, was sentenced June 14 in federal court to two years in prison for assault resulting in serious bodily injury in Indian Country.

Tiznado pleaded guilty Feb. 27, 2020.

According to his plea agreement, Tiznado assaulted the victim June 2, 2019, in Rio Arriba County on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation.

Tiznado admitted to throwing the victim to the ground and hitting her with his fists. The victim suffered serious bodily injuries as a result of the assault.

The FBI investigated this case with


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Leadership Los Alamos Highlights Alumni Donna Casados

LLA News:

Enrollment is open through June 30 for the Leadership Los Alamos (LLA) Class of 2022 and everyone is welcome to apply.

Between now and then, LLA is highlighting some of their past program alumni.

Alumni Donna Casados

How many years have you lived and/or worked in Los Alamos?

I do not live in Los Alamos, but I have worked for LA County for 3 years, but also in previous jobs worked in LA for 14 years.

Why did you enroll in LLA?

I thought it would be a good opportunity to network with others and enhance my leadership skills for my current role

What was your biggest “take away” from the class?


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NMSP Issue Amber Alert For 5-Year-Old Pecos Boy

 

NMSP News:

PECOS – The New Mexico State Police (NMSP) is asking the public’s assistance in locating Juan Antonio Gallegos, a 5-year-old male, three feet tall, weighing approximately 37 pounds, with blonde hair and gray eyes. 

He was abducted around 4 a.m.  today from his home at the Casa De Herrera Trailer Park in Pecos.

Juan was last seen wearing a Mickey Mouse t-shirt with blue jeans. He is missing and believed to be in danger if not located.

Juan was abducted by his father Johnny Joe Gallegos, 39, of Pecos. Johnny has no custodial rights to Juan. Johnny is 5′ 11″ inches tall,


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Gruninger: Strength Pose Of The Month – Downward Facing Dog

By JACCI GRUNINGER, MS, C-IAYT, ERYT500
Los Alamos

Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Shvanasana) has many benefits, but it is great for strengthening the arms, legs and core. It also is a hand balancing pose, inversion and posterior hip opener.

One thing to remember is the goal is to ELONGATE THE SPINE – to create space – NOT to get your heels to the ground. Trying to get the heels to the ground often negates the ability to lengthen the spine and creates all kinds of havoc around the shoulders and in the wrists.

So, keep in mind, lengthening the spine is MORE important than straightening


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Obituary: Burt Buehrer March 28, 1930 – May 19, 2021

BURTON F. BUEHRER March 28, 1930 – May 19, 2021

Burt Buehrer, longtime Los Alamos High School coach and physical education teacher, passed away on May 19, 2021, in Walnut Creek, California, after a long illness.

Burt was born in 1930 in Toledo, Ohio. He fondly remembered his boyhood years spent in Blissfield, Michigan. His love of basketball began while playing on the Blissfield High School basketball team. 

Burt went to Alma College in Michigan for one year, and then because of health issues he moved with his first wife Kathleen to Silver City where he earned his BA and teaching certificate at


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Daily Postcard: Native American Pottery Replicas On N.M. 4

Daily Postcard: View Sunday afternoon near the east side of the White Rock Visitor Center of beautiful summer landscaping surrounding one of six large Native American pottery replicas installed in May 2016 along the N.M. 4 corridor through White Rock. First suggested by the White Rock Master Plan Implementation Committee when the visitor center was under construction, the project concept involved a historical progression of pottery styles associated with San Ildefonso Pueblo, from prehistoric to contemporary. A group of San Ildefonso artists, descendants of the original inhabitants


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Topper Boys And Girls Win 2-4A District Track & Field Titles!

Hilltopper Track and Field Girls Team champions at the completion of the meet with their district trophy Friday evening at Sullivan Field. Photo by Blake Wood

Hilltopper Track and Field Boys Team champions at the completion of the meet with their district trophy Friday evening at Sullivan Field. Photo by Blake Wood

The 2021 Seniors take a final lap around Sullivan Field at the conclusion of the meet Friday at Sullivan Field. Photo by Nate Limback/ladailypost.com

SPORTS News:

The Los Alamos High School Hilltopper Track and Field Teams hosted the District meet Friday afternoon at Sullivan Field.


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Skolnik: COVID-19 – Looking Through A ‘Polio Lens’

By RICHARD SKOLNIK
Los Alamos

When we look at the present pandemic through the lens of US efforts to eliminate polio in the 1940s, ‘50s and ‘60s, we should be deeply concerned at some of what we see. Most notable is the lack of social cohesion around COVID-19 compared to the remarkable cohesion the US displayed in combatting polio.

One of the prevailing strengths of the US effort to discover and deploy a vaccine against polio was the remarkable amount of social cohesion around this work. The first successful search for a vaccine was supported by a private organization, headed by a trusted counselor


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‘All Individuals First’ Working To Help Adults With Disabilities Throughout Los Alamos Community Live Life To The Fullest

Individuals taking advantage pre-COVID of the Atomic City Walking Tour. Courtesy/All Individuals First

Individuals enjoying a pre-COVID birthday and bowling party in Española. Courtesy/All Individuals First

By Mandy Audette
All Individuals First

“This has been a trying time for everybody,” Doris Roberts said, “It’s been especially hard for families who have individuals 24/7. We want to give whatever we can … sometimes it’s just two hours a day. Families appreciate that so much. These families need a break.”

Roberts is the founder of the non-profit “All Individuals First, a day program


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DOE/NNSA Hosting Virtual Job Fair For Nuclear Security Enterprise Wednesday June 23

DOE/NNSA News:

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) will host a virtual job fair for the Nuclear Security Enterprise (NSE) 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (EDT) Wednesday, June 23.

The NSE is looking for the next generation of nuclear security professionals and working to hire over 2,500 new employees to join its exceptional workforce in 2021.

The virtual job fair will include hiring officials from NNSA and its National Laboratories, Plants, and Sites including:


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Landowner Efforts Support Battle Against Rincon Fire

SFNF News:

The Southwest Area Type 2 Incident Management Team 4 now in command of the Rincon Fire hosted a community meeting Thursday night in the Mora High School Lecture Hall. Local residents attended in-person at the high school, while more than 80 participants viewed the live video on Facebook.

A full recording of the meeting is now available at https://facebook.com/santafeNF/. No account is required to view the video. 

The incident management team continues to observe and assess the fire activity. The New Mexico State Forestry Division and private landowners have completed a considerable


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Superintendent Of Insurance Russell Toal Encourages New Mexicans To Sign Up For Health Care Coverage By Aug. 15

OSI News:

The United States Supreme Court once again affirmed that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is constitutional.

A lawsuit pushed by Attorneys General in 18 states failed to pass muster, sealing the 2010 health reform as the law of the land. Medicaid expansion and health insurance marketplaces will continue to serve Americans.

“Thirty-one million Americans rely on the Affordable Care Act for their health coverage,” said New Mexico Superintendent of Insurance Russell Toal. “Now we can get down to the serious business of reducing premiums and out-of-pocket costs for New


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LAFSF: Lecture On Ethics For Faith And Science June 23

LAFSF News:

The Los Alamos Faith and Science Forum (LAFSF) summer series continues Wednesday, June 23, with a lecture by Robert Dryja: Ethics For Faith And Science. A summary is available at http://www.lafsf.org/ by clicking on the talk title.

The purpose of this lecture is review how faith and science can reinforce one another by including ethics. Science issues can be more broadly understood with the ethics available in faith. Faith issues can be understood more deeply by including knowledge available from science.

Both science and faith start with imagination, analogies and models to


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New Mexico Human Services Department Announces Primary Care Council Members

NMHSD News:

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Human Services Department (HSD) announces the names of the 22 individuals selected to serve on the HSD Primary Care Council.

The nine council members are: 

  • Eileen Goode, RN: CEO, New Mexico Primary Care Association
  • Jennifer K. Phillips, M.D.: Professor & Associate Chair, Family Medicine, University of New Mexico School of Medicine
  • Kathy R. Fresquez-Chavez, NP: CEO, Bella Vida Health care
  • Lori Zink, M.D.: Physician, BCA Pediatrics
  • Matthew Probst, PA: Chief Quality Officer, El Centro Family Health
  • Valory Wangler, M.D.: Family Medicine Program Director,

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Vax 2 The Max $1 Million Drawing Produces 4 Winners

DOH News:

SANTA FE — The state of New Mexico’s Vax 2 the Max Sweepstakes, a $10 million total cash sweepstakes funded by federal stimulus and intended to incentivize COVID-19 vaccinations, produced its first four prize winners Friday afternoon. 

With $1 million at stake, four vaccinated New Mexicans – one from each public health region of the state – are each prospective winners of $250,000, as drawn at random by the New Mexico Lottery. 

The New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) is verifying the identity, eligibility and vaccination status of each prospective awardee, in accordance with the


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Posts From The Road: Field Of Dreams Movie Site

Field and Farm House: Visitors walk off the field at the movie site used in the 1989 movie ‘Field of Dreams’. The farm house sits next to the field and also is available to tour. Photo by Gary Warren/ladailypost.com

By GARY WARREN
Photographer
Formerly of Los Alamos

When it comes to movies, I will be the first to admit that I am not very savvy but when I see a movie that I like, I like it a lot and can watch it multiple times. Such is the case with the 1989 movie “Field of Dreams”. The movie has inspired many to listen to their heart and pursue their dreams.

It is hard to believe that it’s been 32 years since “Field


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