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Fall Plants At Farmers Market Thursday

on September 16, 2014 - 6:38am

Courtesy/LAFM

LAFM News:

As the weather starts to cool down and crops and plants start to slow down, vendors at the Los Alamos Farmers Market will begin closing up shop for the season. This week is the final of the season for Joel Daeschel of Cedar Grove Nursery and the last chance to buy his plants this year.

The market opens 7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., every Thursday through the end of October in the Los Alamos Library parking lot.

Other products available at the market include: Pork / Honey/ Salad Greens/ Spinach/ Squashes/ Melons/ Pears/ Apples/ Peaches/ Cheeses/Cider Snow Cones/ Roasted

Pain Free Athlete: Gravity and Back Pain

on September 15, 2014 - 11:11am
Pain Free Athlete
Gravity and Back Pain
By JESSICA KISIEL

 

Gravity: it’s a constant, unrelenting force pushing down on your body all day long. If you are not vertically aligned against this continuous pressure, not only will you fail to build your bones (Prevent Osteoporosis with Aligned Posture),but you may also suffer back pain.

As I’ve said before, if you are not in vertical alignment, the constant pull of gravity will be sent through your soft tissue instead of through your bones.

Los Alamos County 2nd Most Affordable Wedding Destination Across America

on September 15, 2014 - 9:11am

Courtesy/NerdWallet.com

Getting married is not only one of life’s most exciting experiences, with an average cost of more than $25,000, it’s also one of the most expensive. According to a new NerdWallet study, residents of Los Alamos County may be better off – they live in the second most affordable place to have a wedding in the nation.

 

By SREEKAR JASTHI 
NerdWallet.com

Everyone knows weddings are expensive, but they don’t have to be.

Visit Raul Rodriguez Of S&J Farm At Thursday's Market

on September 15, 2014 - 7:33am

Raul Rodriguez of S&J Farm in El Guique

 

By CINDY TALAMANTES
LAFM

I recently visited Raul Rodriguez at his S&J Farm in El Guique just north of Espanola. After crossing the Chama River, his farm is about four miles to the turn off into the valley where El Guique sits among the trees that line the river basin.

S&J Farm is nestled in a community filled with small backyard gardens and farms. Cornfields are everywhere you look, along with all the rock formations that line this side of the river.

Raul and his wife live in a house that sits at the edge of the local irrigation ditch, just a

NMED Inspector Provides Food Handling Training For Los Alamos Restaurants At Time Out Pizzeria

on September 14, 2014 - 9:00pm

Co-owners Trisha and Omar Sanchez of the Time Out Pizzeria in White Rock and their new location in Los Alamos spoke with Northern New Mexico Environment Department Inspector Michael Bencomo to request a food service training session for their growing staff. Bencomo provided that training this afternoon in the Los Alamos Time Out Pizzeria meeting room, which also was opened to the owners and staff of other local restaurants including the Blue Window Bistro, Creole Nouvelle and Ruby K's as well as folks from mobile eateries around the area. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

About 50 people

LDS White Rock Ward Welcomes New Bishopric

on September 14, 2014 - 6:10pm

New and former bishoprics of the White Rock Ward from left, second counselor David Gartz, Bishop Steven Harris, first counselor Terrill Lemke, former first counselor Robert Parker, former Bishop Steven Stokes and former second counselor Steve Painter. Courtesy photo

LDS News:

A new bishopric has been called to preside over the congregation of the White Rock Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

A bishopric consists of a bishop and two counselors and is called to oversee the congregation of the membership of a ward and administer the temporal affairs and spiritual and

Manhattan Project Restaurant Closing in on Liquor License

on September 12, 2014 - 1:02pm

Victor Medina of the Mahattan Project Restaurant Thursday, which was the final day required to display the public notice of intent to obtain a liquor license for the downtown eatery at 1789 Central Ave. Medina told the Los Alamos Daily Post that no one stepped forward to oppose the request so it's on to the next steps in the process. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

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