By Denise Tessier Back in June, we all were breathing smoke. Elders and those with compromised lung function were advised to stay indoors. At dusk, the entire sky was surreal as atmospheric particulates blazed an otherworldly orange. We all were aware of the fires at Los Alamos. They affected us. And a dramatic front page [...]
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October 31st, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized
September 1st, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized
By Denise Tessier Because this blog levels criticism at the Albuquerque Journal, it’s imperative that we also point out from time to time when reporters’ and editors’ handling of a story is done just right. Such is the case with the paper’s editorial and news story about last month’s road-side handcuffing – at gunpoint – of [...]
February 16th, 2010 · No Comments · Uncategorized
By Tracy Dingmann If you’re a longtime reader of the Albuquerque Journal, you probably remember those times when the paper would send a team of reporters and photographers to major catastrophes around the country. The Journal’s select “F-Jet” team of reporters and photographers would fly on the publisher’s private jet at a moment’s notice to [...]