More than three dozen members and counting. Is your publication a member? Find out how to join and the benefits of being a New Mexico Press Association member.

For more information or questions about joining the New Mexico Press Association, contact NMPA Executive Director Sammy M. Lopez at (505) 275-1377 or director@nmpress.org.

Members are listed by the city of their home office.

Alamogordo

ALAMOGORDO DAILY NEWS

Serving the Tularosa Basin since 1898, covering Alamogordo, La Luz, Tularosa and Cloudcroft, as well as Holloman Air Force Base and White Sands Missile Range.

518 24th Street

Alamogordo, N.M. 88310

Phone: (575) 437-7120

Fax: (575) 437-7795

alamogordonews.com


Albuquerque

THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

New Mexico's leading news source delivered in print, online and on mobile apps 365 days a year.

The Albuquerque Journal is a home-owned, independent morning newspaper, which has a circulation throughout New Mexico and into Texas, Colorado and Arizona.

The Journal traces its history back to 1880. It is the successor to a newspaper called the Golden Gate, which was established in June of that year.

In the fall of 1880, the owner of the Golden Gate died and Journal Publishing Company was founded. The first Albuquerque Daily Journal was published on Oct. 14, 1880.

7777 Jefferson NE (87109)

P. O. Drawer J

Albuquerque, N.M. 87103

Phone: (505) 823-7700

Fax: (505) 823-3994

abqjournal.com

editor@abqjournal.com


NEW MEXICO DAILY LOBO

The New Mexico Daily Lobo has served as the independent newspaper at The University of New Mexico since 1895. The student staff works in news, production, design, classifieds, advertising and accounting.

Students produce a print newspaper weekly during the fall, spring and summer semesters and publish an e-newsletter three times a week.

MSC 03 2230 1 University Of New Mexico

Albuquerque, N.M. 87131-0001

Phone: (505) 277-7527

Fax: (505) 277-7530

dailylobo.com


Artesia

ARTESIA DAILY PRESS

The daily newspaper for Artesia, N.M. published Tuesday through Friday afternoons, and Sunday morning.

503 W. Main St.

P.O. Box 190

Artesia, N.M. 88210

Phone: (575) 746-3524

Fax: (575) 746-8795

artesianews.com


Belen

VALENCIA COUNTY NEWS-BULLETIN

The Valencia County News-Bulletin is a locally owned and operated community newspaper, dedicated to serving Valencia County since 1910 through the highest journalistic and professional business standards. The VCNB is published weekly on Thursdays, including holidays.

221 S. Main, Ste. B

Belen, N.M. 87002

Phone: (505) 864-4472

Fax: (505) 864-3549

news-bulletin.com


Carlsbad

CARLSBAD CURRENT-ARGUS

Serving as the local news source for Carlsbad, Artesia, Loving, and all of Eddy County, New Mexico, since 1889.

620 South Main Street (88220)

P.O. Box 1629

Carlsbad, N.M. 88220-1629

Phone: (575) 887-5501

Fax: (575) 885-1066

currentargus.com


Carrizozo

LINCOLN COUNTY NEWS

The Lincoln County News delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth coverage of Lincoln County available anywhere. The print edition arrives on newsstands Wednesday afternoon.

The history of The Lincoln County News dates to the publication of the first edition of the four-page Lincoln Advertiser in 1854, although the newspaper more commonly cites 1875 – the year of a transition in ownership to E.E. Dunbar – as its date of birth.

P.O. Drawer 459

309 Central

Carrizozo, N.M. 88301-0459

Phone: (575) 648-2333

Fax: (575) 648-2333

lcnme.com


Clayton

UNION COUNTY LEADER

The Union County Leader is a weekly newspaper published on Wednesday covering local news, sports, business, politics and community events. The Union County Leader began publication in 1928.

14 North First Street

P.O. Box 486

Clayton, N.M. 88415-0486

Phone: (575) 374-2587

Fax: (575) 374-8117

ucleader@plateautel.net


Clovis

EASTERN NEW MEXICO NEWS

The Eastern New Mexico News was first published on Nov. 20, 2016. It is the merging and continuation of the Clovis News Journal and Portales News-Tribune and their proceeding publications. It continues to maintain its main office in Clovis.

The Eastern New Mexico News, My Eastern New Mexico PLUS, Quay County Sun and Cannon Connections are owned by Clovis Media Inc. The company, which purchased the papers in January 2012 from a group previously known as Freedom Newspapers of New Mexico, has offices in Clovis and Tucumcari.

521 Pile (88101)

P O Box 1689

Clovis, N.M. 88102-1689

Phone: (575) 763-3431

Fax: (575) 762-3879

easternnewmexiconews.com


Deming

THE DEMING HEADLIGHT

Your news source for Deming, Luna County and southern New Mexico.

219 East Maple

P.O. Box 881

Deming, N.M. 88031

Phone: (575) 546-2611

Fax: (575) 546-8114

demingheadlight.com


Dulce

JICARILLA CHIEFTAIN

Jicarilla Apache Nation Administration Building

Hawks Drive

Phone: (575) 759-4223 or 4224


Edgewood

THE INDEPENDENT

Home-owned since 1999, a local newspaper serving central New Mexico’s East Mountains and Estancia Valley.

95 N.M. 344

Edgewood, N.M. 87015

Phone: (505) 286-1212

Fax: (505) 286-6119

edgewood.news


Española

RIO GRANDE SUN

The Rio Grande Sun was started in October 1956 by Robert and Ruth Trapp with their partners Bill and Hollie Birkett. The Trapps bought out the Birketts in the early 1960s and have been sole owners since.

The paper grew from a small weekly with a few hundred circulation to the largest paid weekly newspaper in New Mexico. It has always served the Española Valley, in north central New Mexico, with a strong emphasis on local politics, crime, school news, county coverage, editorial content and sports. The Sun also has a strong presence 10 miles south, into Pojoaque in northern Santa Fe County.

123 Railroad Ave.

P.O. Box 790

Española, N.M. 87532

Phone: (505-) 753-2126

riograndesun.com


Farmington

THE DAILY TIMES

The Daily Times is the Four Corners information leader, providing coverage of news throughout San Juan County and the Navajo Nation.

201 North Allen (87401)

P. O. Box 450

Farmington, N.M. 87499

Phone: (505) 325-4545

Fax: (505) 564-4580

daily-times.com


Fort Sumner

CLOVIS LIVESTOCK MARKET NEWS (WEEKLY)

Coverage of news and events in rural Eastern New Mexico and West Texas

181 East Sumner Ave. (88119)

P.O. Box 448

Fort Sumner, N.M. 88119-0448

Phone: (575) 355-2462

Fax: (575) 355-7253

pecospub@plateautel.net


DE BACA COUNTY NEWS

Serving the Pride of the Pecos since 1901

181 E. Sumner Ave.

Fort Sumner, N.M. 88119

Phone: (575) 355-2462

Fax: (575) 355-7253


Gallup

GALLUP INDEPENDENT

The Gallup Independent is a daily newspaper in Gallup, New Mexico, that covers northwestern New Mexico, northeastern Arizona and Native American communities in the region.

500 N. Ninth St.

P.O. Box 1210

Gallup, N.M. 87305

Phone: (505) 863-6811

Fax: (505) 722-5750

gallupindependent.com

gallpind@cia-g.com


GALLUP SUN

The Gallup Sun publishes its weekly newspaper every Friday. Newspapers are distributed in McKinley, Cibola and Apache counties.

P.O. BOX 1212

Gallup, N.M. 87305

Phone: (505) 728-1640

Fax: (505) 212-0391

gallupsun.com

gallupsun@gmail.com


Grants

CIBOLA CITZEN

By, for and about the citizens of Cibola County

1015 E. Roosevelt Ave

P.O. Box 789

Grants, N.M. 87020

Phone: (505) 287-3840

Fax: (505) 287-3604

cibolacitizen.com


Hobbs

HOBBS NEWS-SUN

Covering Lea County and southeast New Mexico. Our staff of professionally trained journalists and sales executives work to bring readers the latest in real news and shopping choices in Lea County.

201 N. Thorp (88240)

P.O. Box 850

Hobbs, N.M. 88241

Phone: (575) 393-2123

Fax: (575) 397-0610

hobbsnews.com

advertise@hobbsnews.com


Las Cruces

THE LAS CRUCES BULLETIN

The Las Cruces Bulletin is the weekly community newspaper of Las Cruces, New Mexico.

840 North Telshor, Ste. E

Las Cruces, N.M.

Phone: (575) 524-8061

Fax: (575) 526-4621

lascrucesbulletin.com


LAS CRUCES SUN NEWS

The Las Cruces Sun-News reaches more than 44,000 print readers every day and its website logs two million page views a month. The Las Cruces Sun News website offers complete online news, weather, sports and entertainment information for Las Cruces, Doña Ana County, and many other southern New Mexico communities. With more than 130 years of history, the Las Cruces Sun-News is the reigning media leader in the region.

Adapting to the changing needs of its market, the Las Cruces Sun-News transformed itself from a newspaper into a multimedia news and information source that now includes print, mobile, niche publications, an outstanding website, social media networking and customized content to meet the specific needs of its readers and advertisers.

256 W. Las Cruces Ave.

Las Cruces, N.M. 88004

Phone: (575) 541-5400

Fax: (575) 541-5499

lcsun-news.com


Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS OPTIC

Printing since November 1879, we are the top source for comprehensive news and sports coverage of San Miguel and Mora counties in New Mexico.

720 University Ave., Ste. B

Las Vegas, N.M. 87701

Phone: (505) 425-6796

Fax: (505) 425-1005

lasvegasoptic.com


Lordsburg

HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD

Locally owned and operated newspaper in Hidalgo County, New Mexico.

212 E. Motel Drive

Lordsburg, N.M. 88045

Phone: (575) 542-8705

Fax: (575) 542-8704

hcherald@gilanet.com


Los Alamos

LOS ALAMOS DAILY POST

The Los Alamos Daily Post is the official newspaper of record in Los Alamos County. Owned and operated by Carol A. Clark, the online newspaper launched Feb. 7, 2012, and is a member of the National Newspaper Association, the Online Newspaper Association and the New Mexico Press Association.

The Post began publishing a weekly print edition in July 2015, which is delivered to every home and business in Los Alamos and White Rock, and distributed through news racks strategically placed around the county and at Bandelier National Monument.

The Los Alamos Daily Post launched its first subsidiary, The Jemez Daily Post, in August 2014. The Jemez Daily Post is published by Ryszard Wasilewski for the communities in the Jemez Mountains and surrounding areas. The online Valley Daily Post launched in March 2015 with co-publisher Eric Vasquez.

1247 Central Ave.

Los Alamos, N.M. 87544

Phone: (505) 490-0938

ladailypost.com

cclark@ladailypost.com


Lovington

THE LOVINGTON LEADER

The Lovington Leader is the oldest newspaper in Lea County. We print on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and also provide all of our editions online.

14 W. Ave. B (88260)

P.O. Box 1717

Lovington, N.M. 88260

Phone: (575) 396-2844

Fax: (575) 396-5775

leader@lovingtonleaderonline.com


Raton

THE WORLD JOURNAL

113 N. 2nd Street

Raton, N.M. 87740

PO Box 346

Walsenburg, CO 81089

Phone: (575) 707-3782

worldjournalnewspaper.com/category/raton


Rio Rancho

RIO RANCHO OBSERVER

The Rio Rancho Observer is published on Sundays. Serving the City of Vision and Southern Sandoval County since 1973.

409 N.M. 528

Rio Rancho, N.M. 87124

Phone: (505) 892-8080

Fax: (505) 892-5719

rrobserver.com


Roswell

ROSWELL DAILY RECORD

Located in Roswell, New Mexico, the Roswell Daily Record newspaper is well known in the UFO community for reporting on the 1947 Roswell UFO incident.

2301 North Main Street

Phone: (575) 622-7710

Fax: (575) 625-0421

rdrnews.com


Ruidoso

RUIDOSO NEWS

Ruidoso Village and cool mountain adventure, nature, outdoor sports, vacation/resort fun!

104 Park Avenue (88345)

P.O. Box 128

Ruidoso, N.M. 88355-0128

Phone: (575) 257-4001

Fax: (575) 257-7053

ruidosonews.com


Santa Fe

THE SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN

Santa Fe's locally owned and operated news source, covering news, sports, arts, science and politics.

The oldest newspaper company in the American West, delivering news and information to the people of Northern New Mexico and beyond.

202 E. Marcy St.

Santa Fe, N.M. 87501

Phone: (505) 983-3303

Fax: (505) 995-3875

santafenewmexican.com


SANTA FE REPORTER

The Santa Fe Reporter is the city’s source for award-winning alternative news and culture since 1974. We publish a weekly print edition each Wednesday, update our website daily and distribute glossy magazines annually.

PO Box 4910

Santa Fe, NM 87502

1512 Pacheco St., Ste. D105

Santa Fe, NM 87505

(Lobby is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday and Tuesday. Please make an appointment to visit.)

Phone: (505) 988-5541

sfreporter.com


Santa Rosa

THE GUADALUPE COUNTY COMMUNICATOR

P.O. Box 403

241 S. 4th St.

Santa Rosa, N.M. 88435

Phone: (575) 472-3555

Fax: (575) 472-1414


Silver City

SILVER CITY DAILY PRESS AND INDEPENDENT

The Silver City Daily Press and Independent is Grant County's only local daily newspaper. We have been serving Silver City and Grant County since 1935 with a paid circulation of nearly 6,000 a day in print and 2,000 monthly paid subscribers on our website.

We are the newspaper of record for Grant and Catron counties. Legals, obituaries, classified and display ads — plus local features are all part of our community news.

300 W. Market Street

P.O. Box 1371

Silver City, N.M. 88062

Phone: (575) 388-1576

Fax: (575) 388-1196

scdailypress.com


SILVER CITY SUN-NEWS

The Silver City Sun-News, your news, entertainment and information resource for Silver City, Grant County, the Gila Region, the Mimbres Valley, and the Mining District - Bayard, Santa Clara and Hurley, New Mexico.

208 W. Broadway

Silver City, N.M. 88061

Phone: (575) 538-5893

Fax: (575) 538-5844

scsun-news.com


Socorro

EL DEFENSOR CHIEFTAIN

The El Defensor Chieftain is a locally owned and operated community newspaper, dedicated to serving Socorro County and surrounding areas through the highest professional business and journalistic standards. EDC is published weekly on Thursdays, including holidays.

200 Winkler SW

Socorro, N.M. 87801

Phone: (575) 835-0520

Fax: (575) 835-1837

dchieftain.com


Taos

THE TAOS NEWS

The Taos News, a weekly, began in 1959 and was founded by Robert McKinney. It is now owned by Robin McKinney Martin and is presently the only newspaper serving all of Taos County.

Taos’ national award-winning newspaper and magazine company. We chronicle the stories of Taos County and the Moreno Valley weekly in print and online. As Taos’ largest media organization, we also publish a suite of niche magazines from real estate guides to visitor guides, cultural magazines to dining guides. It’s all in print. All online.

226 Albright Street

Taos, N.M. 87571

Phone: (575) 758-2241

Fax: (575) 758-9647

taosnews.com


Truth or Consequences

SIERRA COUNTY SENTINEL

The Sierra County Sentinel is the largest paper in both size and circulation in Sierra County. On March 2, 1967, the first issue of the Sentinel was published by the Baird Family, under the Bairdland Broadcasting Corporation.

When first established, the Sierra County Sentinel published 1,000 copies weekly and continued to a circulation of 4,000 in 1979. Currently 4,500 copies are printed each week, and online subscriptions are also available.

Since its beginning, the Sierra County Sentinel has striven to give its readers unbiased news coverage. On January 1, 2019, the Sentinel became Sierra County’s only newspaper, providing coverage in print and online.

1747 East Third

P.O. Box 351

Truth or Consequences, N.M. 87901-0351

Phone: (575) 894-3088

Fax: (575)894-3998

gpkmedia.com

sentinel@gpkmedia.com


Tucumcari

QUAY COUNTY SUN

The Quay County Sun is the newspaper for Quay County, Tucumcari, Logan and surrounding areas of eastern New Mexico. It reaches of the households in Quay County each Wednesday.

Tucumcari's newspapers date to 1902 and number at least 14, but the Quay County Sun didn't launch its weekly product until Nov. 2, 1975. That's when Santa Rosa's Ron Doyle began publishing competition for the Tucumcari Daily News, which started in 1921.

By 1979, the Daily News was out of business and the Sun — named in honor of the Tucumcari Sun (published from 1907 to 1921) — became the county's primary news source.

Portales News-Tribune Publishing Co., bought the Quay County Sun in the late 1970s or early '80s, Stinnett family members said.

Southern Newspapers purchased the Sun at the same time it bought PNT in 1981, and then Freedom bought the Quay and PNT papers in 1997.

The Quay County Sun, The Eastern New Mexico News, My Eastern New Mexico PLUS and Cannon Connections are owned by Clovis Media Inc. The company, which purchased the papers in January 2012 from a group previously known as Freedom Newspapers of New Mexico, has offices in Clovis, Portales and Tucumcari.

902 South 1st Street

P.O. Box 1408

Tucumcari, N.M. 88401

Phone: (575) 461-1952

Fax: (575) 461-1965

qcsunonline.com