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Forest Service officials face dilemma in getting rid of 'fuel' in Chugach

...families homeless and damaging the Los Alamos nuclear weapons laboratory. At least...are huge differences between the Los Alamos fire and the one burning near Kenai...natural for them to say: "Remember, Los Alamos." (After, of course, they realize...

...The bride, Antonie Hodge Ewing, made the climb in her mother's wedding gown. Her mother, Evangeline Hodge of Los Alamos, N.M., made the climb as well."I had to prove to myself I could do it," said Evangeline Hodge, a novice climber...
Science could hold key to longer pipeline life

...key that could more than double the commercially developable oil on the North Slope. Steve Yarbro of SNT Ventures, a Los Alamos, N.M.,-based company, has been developing a process that uses superheated, super-pressurized water to break...
Tiger Eyes

Now Playing Synopsis: A teenage girl who's struggling with her sense of self befriends an enigmatic Native American man who helps her to move beyond a family tragedy and embrace her true identity in this coming-of-age drama based on a story by Judy Blume (who collaborated on the screenplay with her son, director Lawrence Blume). Feeling lost in the world following the death of her father, 17-year-old Davey (Willa Holland) subsequently finds herself living in Los Alamos, NM, with her Aunt Bitsy (Cynthia Stevenson). Socially awkward and unable to connect with her peers, Davey begins exploring the canyons around her home and meets Wolf (Tatanka Means). Wolf is a kind soul who can recognize the pain in Davey's eyes, and his compassion and wisdom helps to draw out the strength hidden deep inside the grieving girl. The more Davey learns about life, love, and loss, the more she begins to realize just how valuable they are in a world where everything is temporary. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Willa Holland, Tatanka Means Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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