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September 2023

Questa  •  Red River  •  Cerro  •  Costilla  •  Amalia  •  Lama  •  San Cristobal

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Because of you we raised $13,865 in December 2022!

Thanks to our amazing sponsors your incredible donation dollars are getting matched this month for our annual fundraising event. We can’t do what we do with out all of you! NM Local News Fund and Kit Carson Electric Co-op and Mountain Range Supply, Chevron, Questa Economic Development Fund, Taos Community Foundation, LOR Foundation.

A special thanks goes out to donors
Edward & Lynn Galusky, Kerry Shepherd & Fritz Davis, Taos Community Foundation,
Gordon Wesley & Jan Iverson, and Ellen Wood for your over-the-top generous support.

We couldn’t do it without you!
Thanks to all of our donors who showed how much Local News
means to you by making a contribution when your donation was
matched in December by our corporate sponsors:

Linda Anderson, Roger & Louise Archuleta, Angela Bates,
Susan Beschler, Kristina Briedenbach, Martha Bryant,
Dave Burgette, Daniel Carmona, Terrance Carroll, Jane Corinne,
A. Degan, Vicki Duncan, Richard Edson, Jeff Endicott, Anne Fairchild,
Justin Friedman, Donald Gallegos, Louise Gallegos, Cynthia Godar,
Sajit Greene, Julie Ann Grimm, Richard Grossman, Gabriel Herrera,
Louis Herrera, Julie & ROBERT Hillery, Sharon Hodges,
Kenneth & Margaret Jassmann, Andy Kabza, Lynn & Jane Kircher,
Graham & CAROLE Knight, Rachel Kuc, Paul Kunkel, Carrie Leven, Trish Lopez,
Lindsay Mapes, Jill Martinez, Lou McCall, Joan McDonald,
Adelita Mead, Manuel & Michael Medina, Donna Mitchell-Moniak,
Benita Montoya, Angelo Domingo & Benita Muniz,
Peggy Nelson, John Nichols, Sharon Nicholson, Jennifer Paris,
Steve Pendleton, Don Rael, Malaquias & Danette Rael, Marie Reynolds,
Betty Richter, Stephanie De La Rosa, Connie Schevers,
Suzanne Schwartz, Lynn Skall, Molly Stroh,Lezlie Stroh,
Joan Olsson/Jane Stuehling, Diana Tittle, Delena Trujillo, Andrew Tulchin,
Laura Vallejos, Emily Wilde, Teruko Wilde, Wind Spirits Tiles,
and Riede Wyatt.

Why Support the Questa Del Rio News

  • Questa Del Rio News is a source of news specific to and that which connects and unites our communities of northern Taos County.
  • Questa Del Rio News provides a platform for the community to publicly voice opinions, to inform and to be informed about community specific  issues.
  • Questa Del Rio News builds community by encouraging economic growth and development through local ads, business coverage, community events, community programs updates, job listings and more.
  • Questa Del Rio News encourages social cohesion, healthy political debate and supports local government transparency.
  • Questa Del Rio News provides news that matters locally.
  • Questa Del Rio News is doing it’s best to revive and restore trust in media which we feel largely starts at the local level.
  • Questa Del Rio News provides local jobs and paid internships.
  • Questa Del Rio News is free and will remain free.
  • Questa Del Rio News is delivered directly to the mail boxes of six zip codes (87556, 87519, 87564. 87524, 87512, 87558 ) as well as distributed to stands at businesses in this region.

Since launching your free, local newspaper in 2018, we have aimed to be a catalyst for good and to celebrate the communities we serve in northern Taos County. Questa Del Rio News is a community-supported newspaper that provides a forum for local voices: businesses, politics, community organizations, educational departments, government, non-profits, and all things local.

Our goals for the funds raised by your donations are to maintain a full-time reporter, to pay our volunteer writers, to cover rising costs of the website, postage and the printing that are crucial to the continuation of your local paper.

As a non-profit, we rely upon volunteers, donations, advertising and patrons.

We can’t do what we do without you.

Questa Del Rio News
Thanks you!

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Questa Del Rio News is a monthly newspaper serving Northern Taos County and the Enchanted Circle. FREE Distribution to all mailboxes in the following locations Questa, Red River, Cerro, Costilla, Amalia, Lama, and San Cristobal. It can also be found at many locations around the Enchanted Circle and is available via free email subscription.

A project of the Questa Economic Development Fund, a 501(c)6 non-profit organization, we rely on your contributions, donations and advertising.

Thank you for supporting your local newspaper!