SANTA FE, N.M. — The Journal is changing its circulation policies for Santa Fe and northern New Mexico readers, allowing it to concentrate on providing thorough news coverage and excellent service to its subscribers while reducing the expense of its free distribution.
The roughly 40 free distribution racks around Santa Fe and northern New Mexico that contained the weekly print Journal North section are being being removed.
However, every Journal subscriber in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico will continue to receive the weekly Journal North section inserted into their Albuquerque Sunday Journal.
In addition, Sunday Journals are sold at grocery stores throughout the Santa Fe area, and they all contain the Journal North section. The North section also appears on the Journal app and e-paper options, which are available to our subscribers.
Even without the free print distribution, the Journal reaches more than 31,000 readers a week in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico through its print and digital products.
The Journal is an independent newspaper that has been operated by the same family for nearly a century. For decades, its Santa Fe news team has provided accurate in-depth, investigative and breaking news stories that inform and enrich the lives of our readers. That team will continue to do so during these trying times and beyond.
We’d like to thank our subscribers and advertisers for their support, which allows us to provide the information that is most important to you.
Those who would like to subscribe, can do so by going to abqjournal.com/subscribe or contact our customer service at 505-823-4400
Thank you and stay safe,
William P. Lang