The Santa Fe New Mexican

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The Santa Fe New Mexican
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Robin McKinney Martin
Publisher Tom Cross
Editor Ray Rivera
Founded 1849
Language English
Headquarters 202 East Marcy Street.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
United States
Circulation 23,000
Website www.santafenewmexican.com

The Santa Fe New Mexican is a daily newspaper published in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is the oldest daily newspaper west of the Mississippi River established in 1849.

The downtown offices for The New Mexican are located at 202 East Marcy Street in Santa Fe. In this office the advertising, editorial, accounting and administration departments are located.

The New Mexican built a new 65,000 sq. ft. production building in November 2004. The first Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper produced off the new KBA Comet press on November 1, 2004. The production plant is located at One New Mexican Plaza in Santa Fe.

On May 20, 2011, The New Mexican purchased the assets of the Santa Fe Thrifty Nickel and took over ownership of the publication. The Thrifty Nickel publishes every Thursday for Northern New Mexico.

On March 29, 2012 it was announced that The New Mexican had won first place in the color division of the Inland Press Association's Print Contest. There are over 1,200 newspapers in the IPA group. The New Mexican won the black and white division in 2011.

The New Mexican is one of 26 New York Times national printing sites. The New Mexican is the largest commercial printer in New Mexico printing a multitude of newspapers and other products. These are delivered throughout New Mexico and other states.

The New Mexican was in 2015 named Newspaper of the Year by the Local Media Association, a national organization of television, newspaper and radio companies.[1] The New Mexican was cited for "detailed reporting, evocative writing and strong photography that give a powerful sense of place to its coverage,” by judges from the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism.

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New Mexican prices are: daily, $1 & Sunday/Thanksgiving Day, $2.

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