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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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News from our member publications

What’s yogurt? Industry wants greater liberty to use term

Artesia Daily Press
NEW YORK (AP) — If low-fat yogurt is blended with fatty ingredients like coconut or chocolate, is it still low-fat? Is it even yogurt?

New Mexico gets low marks for from debt watchdog group

Albuquerque Journal
SANTA FE, N.M. — A group that emphasizes financial accountability in state government is giving New Mexico a poor grade based on the state’s debt burden. The group Truth in Accounting estimated Tuesday that New Mexico would need about …

Jemez House Thrift Shop closes doors, future up in air

Los Alamos Monitor
Jemez House Thrift Shop, a White Rock institution for 27 years, has closed its doors, ending a legacy of community giving.  Board members said the store may reopen, but right now, they can’t find a place to move into because the price to …

Kavanaugh’s yearbook page ‘horrible, hurtful’ to woman it named

The Santa Fe New Mexican
Two of Kavanaugh’s classmates say the mentions were part of the football players’ unsubstantiated boasting about their conquests.

College football: Cowboys' rough second quarter costly

Las Vegas Optic
By Clayton Jones, N.M. Highlands Athletic Dept. The New Mexico Highlands football team fell behind early and never recovered as the Cowboys lost to No. 17 Colorado School of Mines 43-14 Saturday afternoon at Sanchez Family Stadium. The Orediggers …

Disney's new streaming service to film feature in NM

Albuquerque Business First
The long-expected streaming service from the Walt Disney Co. is making a home in the Land of Enchantment this year. Walt Disney Pictures will begin filming “Stargirl” to debut on the upcoming service.  Principal photography is …

Prescribed burn brings hazy morning to Santa Fe

The Santa Fe New Mexican
Smoke from a prescribed burn performed Monday in the Santa Fe Watershed settled in a blanket across Downtown Santa Fe on Tuesday morning. The burn was intended to protect a vital component of the city's water supply and is scheduled…

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 …

Las Vegas man arrested on sex abuse charges

Las Vegas Optic
A Las Vegas man has been charged with felony criminal penetration and child abuse following a disturbance at a home in Las Vegas early Thursday morning. Christopher M. Chavez, 38, was booked into the San Miguel County Detention Center on Thursday on …

Gary Johnson remains contender for U.S. Senate

Los Alamos Monitor
Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate Gary Johnson said he’s the best candidate in the three-way race for one reason — influence. Influence that he says can make New Mexico a real contender in the U.S. Senate.  “If I’m …

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


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