One community grapples with its history and statue legacy

By Sherry Robinson


Capital outlay should be transparent 

By Merilee Dannemann


Legislative coverage

Indigenous People's Day

Money bills

Medical marijuana reforms

DWI with child in car

Rez telecom

Energy Transition Act


Education reform

Native American issues

Criminal justice reform

Marijuana legalization

Shaking up the Game Commission

Wind power and eminent domain


Economic development

UNM regent Sandra Begay

Bingo and raffles

Student loans

Minimum wage

Coal tax

Reservation broadband

Education impact aid: Years of injustice

Public-private partnerships

Indigenous Peoples Day

Rural dental care, again

​Honoring Hispanic Civil War vets

Public service and human services

Cigarette and vaping taxes

Impact aid and Indian education

NM needs Native American social workers

Yazzie lawsuit and education bills


We know New Mexico. We've lived, worked and played here. We understand the state's history.  

New Mexico Press Women Awards 2018

Sherry Robinson: First place in personal opinion columns, second in business reporting, second in history, third in continuing coverage, third in investigative reporting

Merilee Dannemann: third places in personal opinion columns and personal blogs.

New Mexico Press Association Better Newspaper Awards 2017

Sherry Robinson: Second place, series or continuing coverage

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