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We believe everyone should have access to news about their community, regardless of their ability to pay. That’s why we’ve implemented a “name your price” option for subscriptions and made our content free for those who can’t afford to pay the full rate. It’s an experiment in community-funded journalism. Try it out and let us know what you think…
-Pat Davis, Owner, Publisher
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Starting in July 2022, The Corrales Comment is now publishing 26 issues each year, available for home delivery by US Mail anywhere in the US every other Friday (up from 24 issues/year). Home delivery subscribers also get the 87048 weekly email edition for free!
The “87048” weekly email edition.
For readers who want more than a bi-weekly newspaper, we offer our weekly email edition we call simply “87048.” 87048 features feel good stories about the village you won’t read in print, along with staff and reader picks of the best food, events and things to do for the week ahead. Try it out – it’s free!