Saturday, November 12, 2005
November 12, 2005
LOS ALAMOS -- Many people in this isolated mesa-top community are anxious or fearful about who will win a contract to manage Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Others have had enough of the speculation.
"It's at the top of every grocery-line conversation, every coffee-shop conversation right now," said Los Alamos County spokeswoman Julie Habiger, whose husband works at the nuclear-weapons lab.
Wait, now that I think about it, I did get a No. 3 instead of a No. 5 at McDonald's the other day.