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March 14, 2018

Journalism Focus Groups Scheduled in March

New Mexicans need accurate sources of information they can rely on to make decisions for their families and businesses, engage in work to improve their communities, and take part in the democratic … MORE...

Feb 6, 2018

High School Journalism Workshop Set for Summer

New Mexico high school students will have the opportunity to learn the basics of journalism from some of the top professionals in the state this summer at the University of New Mexico. The New … MORE...

March 12, 2018 Albuquerque Journal

Sunshine week from the Albuquerque Journal

Sunshine Week

The Albuquerque Journal offers up this editorial and original cartoon for any NMPA member newspapers to use during Sunshine week. Here is the editorial, which can be copied and pasted. Please make … MORE...

Feb 23, 2018

NMPA welcomes new Associate Members

The New Mexico Press Association would like to welcome four new Associate Members to the organization.The new members include Searchlight New Mexico, Albuquerque Business First, Advantage … MORE...

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Wind wreaks havoc on travel, buildings, vehicles

Las Vegas Optic
Winds clocked as strong as 79 mph ripped apart materials and nature in San Miguel County on Tuesday, creating some of the greatest damage in New Mexico during a region-wide wind event. The Las Vegas Fire Department and utility services reported at …

Trujillo: Campaign finance complaint is baseless

Los Alamos Monitor
An Alcalde woman filed a complaint against State Rep. Carl Trujillo D-46 Monday with the New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office. The complaint alleges Trujillo is hiding campaign contributions to his 2018 reelection campaign. “I believe …

County opens budget hearings

Los Alamos Monitor
The Los Alamos County Council opened hearings Monday night on its 2019 budget, the final draft of which is to be submitted to the state by June 1. Several departments presented their budgets, which were arrived at under a flat budget mandate by …

Groups campaigning to abolish UNM official seal over racism

Daily Lobo
The Red Nation and Kiva Club are campaigning to abolish the UNM's official seal, saying it is racist towards Native Americans. "The UNM [official seal] celebrates genocide and conquest—both are violations of basic human rights and belong in a …

Nearly 100 New Mexico businesses honored for balancing work and family

Albuquerque Business First
Nearly 100 New Mexico businesses are being celebrated for helping their employees balance the needs of work and family. The Family Friendly New Mexico Business Award, launched in 2015 by the New Mexico Task Force on Work Life Balance, acknowledges …

This 40 Under Forty created a multimillion dollar art collective

Albuquerque Business First
The co-founder and CEO of Meow Wolf has had to make some tough decisions in the organization's three years.

The Latest: Prince’s doctor fined for illegal prescription

Artesia Daily Press
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Latest on the investigation into Prince's death (all times local):

Los Alamos resident helps veterans through horse therapy program

Los Alamos Monitor
Two weeks ago, Sabrina Larsen visited the North Mesa Stables with one of her friends. Her friend, who is a veteran, was brushing his horse and telling her how much it helped him deal with the after effects of war, she said. “It kind of …

Tripp to leave WLV post

Las Vegas Optic
For a second time, Richard Tripp is retiring from West Las Vegas. Tripp, whose first go-round working for his alma mater included 29 years teaching English and history in addition to coaching basketball, baseball and football, said he is leaving …

Doctor who treated Prince pays $30K for illegal prescription

Artesia Daily Press
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota doctor accused of illegally prescribing an opioid painkiller for Prince a week before the musician died from a fentanyl overdose has agreed to pay $30,000 to settle a federal civil violation, according to …
 
 

New Mexico Press Association

PO Box 95198 • Albuquerque, NM 87199
Phone: (505) 275-1241 • Fax: (505) 275-1449

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Rory McClannahan • (505) 275-1377 • Director@NMPress.org
OFFICE MANAGER: Holly Aguilar • (505) 275-1241 • HollyA@NMPress.org

 
 

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