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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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Facebook defends decision to leave up fake Pelosi video: Users should make up their own minds

Albuquerque Journal
There is no dispute that the Facebook video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., viewed by millions is a fake, deliberately altered to make her appear drunk. YouTube acted fast and removed duplicates. Other social media outlets have not made the …

Settlements prompt review of New Mexico’s legal system

Las Vegas Optic
The Associated Press SANTA FE  — Questions about $1.7 million in payouts by New Mexico to settle legal claims have prompted a review of policies and procedures regarding such agreements.

‘El Chapo’ made an unusual prison request. Authorities fear it’s another ploy to escape.

Albuquerque Journal
For two and half years, Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán has lived in solitary confinement-with nearly no ability to communicate with the outside world. Now, with Guzman allegedly showing symptoms of distress …

‘El Chapo’ made an unusual prison request. Authorities fear it’s another ploy to escape.

Mountain View Telegraph
For two and half years, Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán has lived in solitary confinement-with nearly no ability to communicate with the outside world. Now, with Guzman allegedly showing symptoms of distress …

Locals question LA’s median home price

Los Alamos Monitor
Not so fast, Forbes. Locals expressed some doubts over Los Alamos County’s recent listing as sixth on the magazine’s “Top 10 Richest Counties” in the United States, in particular the $535,000 figure listed as the median home …

Memorial Day will be full of activities in LA

Los Alamos Monitor
The Memorial Day weekend starts off early with concerts, golf and other entertainment, but Monday is reserved for what the weekend is all about, honoring war veterans who died protecting our country.  On Monday, the Veterans of Foreign Wars …

DPU works to solve chlorine issue

Los Alamos Monitor
The Department of Public Utilities is not going to name names as to what customer was dumping chlorine into the county’s wastewater stream, but it did tell the Environmental Protection Agency that it does have the problem solved.  In …

Former LANL scientist indicted for false statements

Los Alamos Monitor
Turab Lookman, a former Los Alamos National Laboratory research scientist, made his first appearance Friday in U.S. District Court to answer charges that he lied about his involvement in a Chinese program that compensates top science talents all …

Boulder singing group to perform in Vegas

Las Vegas Optic
Sound Circle is Boulder, Colo.s 19-voice women’s a cappella ensemble directed by Sue Coffee. Singing together for 25 years, Sound Circle offers music that speaks of the singers’ experience of the world. For their first appearance in Las …

Norway says Venezuela mediation to resume next week

Artesia Daily Press
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Representatives of the Venezuelan government and opposition have decided to return to Norway for a mediation effort aimed at resolving the political crisis in the South American country, the Norwegian government said …
 
 

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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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