Local news is in a crisis around the country, and in New Mexico in particular. New Mexico has 4 counties with no newspapers and 20 counties with only one newspaper, according to “news deserts” research at the University of North Carolina. We have lost newspapers in Los Alamos and in Lincoln County and there have been layoffs in Doña Ana and Luna County.
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People like you can turn the tide. By subscribing, donating, or becoming a member of your favorite local newsroom, you are making sure that important issues like education, the environment, health, transportation, and economic opportunity continue to get coverage.
Between Nov. 29 (a.k.a. #GivingTuesday) and Dec. 31, 2022, we will run our 2nd Annual New Mexico Local News Matching Campaign giving each participating newsroom the opportunity to receive up to $5000 or more, in a dollar-for-dollar match.
Just click on any (or all!) of the newsrooms below to contribute to the 2nd Annual Local News Matching Campaign and keep local news sustainable and supported here in New Mexico. Thank you!
The nonprofit Questa del Rio News is a local newspaper published monthly in print and online serving Questa, Red River, San Cristobal, Lama, Cerro, Costilla, and Amalia. We are "Community Supported Media". Your support allows us to continue our mission: To Inform, Inspire, Connect, and Unite the Communities of Northern Taos County. Misión: Informar, inspirar, contactar, y unir a toda la comunidad del norte del condado de Taos.
Searchlight New Mexico is a nonprofit and nonpartisan investigative news organization focused on the systemic issues that impact everyday New Mexicans. We believe that great reporting can motivate all New Mexicans to confront racial and economic inequities, government corruption and negligence, and abuses of power.
Southwest Contemporary is the leading resource for contemporary arts and culture in the Southwest.
Headquartered in Santa Fe, New Mexico and in print since 1992, Southwest Contemporary publishes curated and critical perspectives on contemporary arts and culture throughout the Southwest, supports Southwest-based artists and arts organizations through their print and digital platforms, and produces events and career development programming.
Green Fire Times is an inspiring publication offering multicultural perspectives that link green, cutting-edge innovations with time-honored traditions—useful information for residents, businesspeople, students and visitors. The 40-page print edition, widely distributed from Albuquerque to Taos and beyond, is published bimonthly, while the website is updated more frequently.
Since 1969, The Las Cruces Bulletin has been serving the Mesilla Valley in Southern New Mexico. Our weekly publication is a full-service newspaper covering all facets of the community. We offer a print edition, an email newsletter as well as multiple monthly and annual special publications. If you appreciate the important role the Las Cruces Bulletin plays in making local news available to the community please consider joining as a member supporter or making a one-time donation or ongoing contribution.