About New Mexico News Services

New Mexico News Services is a syndicated source for opinion columns related to New Mexico issues, representing liberal, conservative and centrist points of view. It is currently operated by veteran New Mexico journalist Sherry Robinson.  Merilee is a contributing columnist.

Current member newspapers are:

  • Artesia Daily Press
  • Carlsbad Current-Argus
  • Espanola – Rio Grande Sun
  • Farmington Daily Times
  • Gallup Independent
  • Hobbs News-Sun
  • Los Alamos Monitor
  • Roswell Daily Record
  • Ruidoso News

The columnists of New Mexico News Services are grateful that our state still has and supports community newspapers.  We remind readers – don’t take your newspapers for granted!  Local news sources are essential to healthy communities!

All articles that were originally published through New Mexico News Services are postponed before being published here.

3 Responses to About New Mexico News Services

  1. sara benavides says:

    Marilee, great article about workman’s compensation on Roswell Daily Record on June 20,2013. How can I comunicate with you so,we can talk about it.Thank you and be looking forward to talk to you

  2. Thank you for Sherry Robinson’s coverage of our bill. UPDATE: Our bill, HB 306 Dental Therapist Licensure bill was passed unanimously by the House Health Government & Indian Affairs Cmte and last night by the House Judiciary Cmte with a resounding 12-4 vote of support. We have bipartisan support for our bill. This is a huge victory for providing all NM communities with access to dental services.

    If you have any questions, please let me know.

    Thank you,
    Pamela

    Pamela K. Blackwell JD
    Project Director, Oral Health Access
    Health Action New Mexico
    pamela@healthactionnm.org

  3. Warren rogers says:

    I have enjoyed Sherry Robinson’s Op-Eds in the Farmington Daily Times so much for the last few years. In particular, the most recent one about SB 391 for solar tax credit. I have heard the incoherent ramblings of our local rep, James Strickler for some time. I have to say he is very partisan oil & gas man to the core. He represents a lot of people here well who also have their heads buried in the sand regarding alternative sources of energy. I do agree with PNM’s plan to reduce the haze around here and curb the co2 emissions. They are investing a lot toward solar energy. Do most people in Albuquerque realize where their electricity comes from and how it is produced?

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