Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Meet the Staff


Pat Davis


Pat Davis is on a mission to save local, independent journalism across New Mexico. Following the loss of the Weekly Alibi in Albuquerque in 2020, Davis led the effort with former Alibi staff and co-founder Abby Lewis to launch a new publication, The Paper. In 2022, Davis bought The Corrales Comment from retiring founder and publisher emeritus Jeff Radford. Davis’ Ctrl+P publishing manages both publications which are written by local journalists and contributors. Davis is also an elected city councilor in Albuquerque where he lives with his longtime partner, Christopher, two dogs and one old cat.

Valerie Freeman

Art Director

Valerie Freeman is a graphic designer who has worked as the production manager at Weekly Alibi and at several local print shops.

Stephanie Hainsfurther


Stephanie Hainsfurther is an editor of the Corrales Comment. She has been a writer, editor and publication owner since launching into journalism in 1984. She is the former owner of NM Mags and editor/publisher of ABQ Arts Magazine. She now serves as an editor for the CTRL+P Publishing group serving The Paper. the Corrales Comment and Sandoval Signpost.

John Hankinson

Advertising Manager

John Hankinson is a Corraleño who has made a living supporting local journalism outlets and small businesses who advertise with them. He has served as a sales executive with the former Weekly Alibi (RIP), Edible Baja, The Paper. and, now, his hometown paper, The Corrales Comment.

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Andy Lyman

Devin O’Leary

Arts & Film Reporter

Devin D. O’Leary served as film/television editor at Weekly Alibi for 28 years. He wrote and produced four feature films here in New Mexico. He currently writes about film & culture for The Paper. and is the calendar editor for the Corrales Comment and The Paper.

Mario Sema


Jonathan Sims

Native Issues Reporter

Jon Simms is an award-winning Native American documentarian and reporter from the Acoma Pueblo.

His series writing for The Paper. rediscovering lost Indian school graves under an Albuquerque park earned him the best national series reporting honors from the National Federation of Press Women in 2022.

Gwynne Ann Unruh

Climate & Environment Reporter

Gwynne Ann Unruh is an award-winning reporter focused on climate and environment. She previously reported for the Alamosa Valley Courier, an independent paper in southern Colorado. She also covers the environment for The Paper.

Tierna Unruh-Enos

Managing Editor, Publisher

Tierna Unruh-Enos is the publisher of The Paper. Tierna worked as a producer and assignment editor in television news for KRWG-TV in Las Cruces and KOAT-TV before joining Weekly Alibi‘s print team where she moved up to serve as associate publisher and sales manager. In 2020, she helped launch Albuquerque’s new weekly, The Paper., as it’s first female publisher and editor. Today she serves as a publisher at CTRL-P Publishing and editor of The Paper.

She holds a degree in journalism from New Mexico State Univ. and a Masters of Arts, (Documentary Journalism) from Prescott College.

Josiah Ward


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Our Ethics

Our newsroom and contributors are expected to follow the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics:

  • Seek Truth and Report It
  • Minimize Harm
  • Act Independently
  • Be Accountable and Transparent

Our staff give back to the journalism community as members and board members of professional journalism associations including the Society of Professional Journalists and the New Mexico Press Women.

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Corrections and Clarifications

We recognize that, despite our best efforts, sometimes we get it wrong or could have said it better. If you think something we say isn’t accurate, contact our editor ( and we’ll take a look. If we are wrong, we will run a correction and be sure to tell our readers.