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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

Hurricane Harvey’s toxic impact deeper than public told

Artesia Daily Press
HOUSTON (AP) — More than a half-year after Hurricane Harvey flooded America's largest corridor of energy and petrochemical plants, records show the storm's environmental assault was more widespread and severe than authorities publicly …

USS Los Alamos fans see new hope with congressional endorsement

Los Alamos Monitor
The initiative to name a Virginia class attack sub the “USS Los Alamos” resurfaced again this week, thanks to an endorsement from New Mexico’s congressional delegation. The delegation endorsed the project in a letter sent Monday …

Permian Basin losses offset population growth in New Mexico

The Santa Fe New Mexican
The decline around the oil fields points to what observers say could be the beginning of a new era in the state’s energy industry, with companies automating more work.

Sierra Vista Elementary February 2018 Students of the Month

Las Vegas Optic
Sierra Vista Elementary first lunch students of the month for February 2018.  They are Awnika Tapia, Aidan Romero, Estevan Morales, Jayden Lucero, Raylynn Herrera, Brenen Deisler and Kaylee Sena.  

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 …

Long-running UNM magazine loses funding

Daily Lobo
Scribendi, a nonprofit, annual magazine of creative works developed by undergraduate honors students since 1986 has been officially defunded by Associated Students of the UNM after it requested money from this spring’s ASUNM budget. The amount of …

LVPD: Man forged Magistrate Court checks

Las Vegas Optic
A Las Vegas man was finally arrested this month as a result of an investigation where police say he forged checks from the San Miguel Magistrate Court in October.

Sierra Vista Elementary February 2018 Students of the Month

Las Vegas Optic
Sierra Vista Elementary second lunch students of the month for February 2018. They are Mariah Garcia, Tatiana Kavanaugh, Ariana Sanchez, Roman Salazar, Sean Garcia, Elijah Martinez and Will Esquibel.  

University responds to severe DOJ reports

Daily Lobo
On Friday morning the Department of Justice revealed their findings regarding UNM’s handling of sexual assault causes, saying the University is not up to code because of confusing policies and outdated procedures. But at a press conference later …

Another bus added for tour of world's first atomic test

Los Alamos Monitor
ALAMOGORDO, N.M. (AP) — Another bus has been added for a special tour of the spot of the world's first atomic test during a special one-day open house. The Alamogordo Daily News reports that the New Mexico Museum of Space History has secured …

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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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