Reaction from local newshound Tyrone Nigel Clark captured just moments after he discovered the Feb. 7, 2012 launch of the hyper-local Los Alamos Daily Post newspaper. Courtesy photo
LOS ALAMOS DAILY POST
1247 Central Ave.
Los Alamos, NM 87544
Publisher/Editor Carol A. Clark
Lifestyles Editor & Art Director Bonnie J. Gordon
Government Reporter Kirsten Laskey
Social Media Editor Chris Clark
Sports Reporter George Morse
Photographer John McHale
Photographer Jenn Bartram
Videographer Nate Limback
Newspaper Distribution Delbert Romero
Advertising Manager KayLinda Crawford
Classified Advertising: Kirsten Laskey firstname.lastname@example.org (505.412.2128)
Obituary Submissions: Carol A. Clark email@example.com (505.490.0938)
About the Los Alamos Daily Post:
The Los Alamos Daily Post is the Official Newspaper of Record in Los Alamos County. Owned and operated by Carol A. Clark, the online newspaper launched Feb. 7, 2012 and is a member of the National Newspaper Association, the Online Newspaper Association and the New Mexico Press Association.
The Los Alamos Daily Post has expanded its readership into every state in the nation and 129 countries around the world. The paper achieved more than 1 million monthly page views in 2015.
The news team works in collaboration with citizens throughout the community, from its world headquarters at 1247 Central Avenue in downtown Los Alamos.
The paper’s number one goal is to bring readers the best in local news coverage through print, photographs and video. With its focus on the events occurring throughout Los Alamos and White Rock, the news team is reporting from the neighborhoods, schools, businesses; financial, cultural and faith-based communities and the science and engineering divisions at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
On this site readers also will find the latest news from Los Alamos County, Los Alamos Police Department and Los Alamos Fire Department.
The Los Alamos Daily Post began publishing a weekly print edition in July 2015, which is delivered to every home and business in Los Alamos and White Rock and distributed through news racks strategically placed around the County and at Bandelier National Monument.
The Los Alamos Daily Post launched its first subsidiary, The Jemez Daily Post, in August 2014. The Jemez Daily Post is published by Ryszard Wasilewski for the communities in the Jemez Mountains and surrounding areas. The online Valley Daily Post launched in March 2015 with co-publisher Eric Vasquez.
Readers are invited to send in their best stories, columns, letters, press releases, photos, videos and news tips to help fill the Los Alamos Daily Post, Valley Daily Post and Jemez Daily Post with a wealth of rich and diverse local news.
Use the “subscribe” link at the top right side of this page to sign up free of charge for daily headlines and breaking news alerts to arrive in your email.
The Los Alamos Daily Post was found to be the community’s “number one online news source” by respondents to an independent survey in 2013.
The Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation named the Los Alamos Daily Post its “Success Client of the Year” in 2013.
The Small Business Development Center named the Los Alamos Daily Post the “Small Business of the Year” in 2014. The Los Alamos Daily Post was recognized for that honor on the floor of the New Mexico Legislature and by the Los Alamos County Council.
The Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce named the Los Alamos Daily Post the Media Outlet of the Year in 2017.
What readers are saying about the Los Alamos Daily Post:
“As a 32-year resident of Los Alamos I just want to say thank you for your site. It is the best source of information that I have ever had available living here and just wanted to say thanks.” –Toby Haag
“It seems everyone I talk to reads the Post.” –Dorothy Hoard
“I want to congratulate the Daily Post for publishing such a noteworthy paper. I wouldn’t miss a single issue.” –Bette Leland
“I’m busier than I’ve been in three years!” –Karen Hawkins (Los Alamos Realtor/Advertiser)
“Great news coverage.” –Bill Enloe
“I love the Los Alamos Daily Post!” –Michelle Stump
“Everything we want to know about our community – every day.” –Katy Korkos
“This may well be the future of journalism: hyper-local.” –Nanette Asimov, staff writer at San Francisco Chronicle, niece of Isaac Asimov
“Brilliant! All the happenings and news we REALLY want to know … without the fluff!” –Samantha Robinson
“Carol, this is one of the best things to happen in Los Alamos in a long time.” –Jeanne Hurford
“As a former New Mexican, and having been raised in Los Alamos, I want to thank those responsible for The Daily Post as it is a super publication that far outpaces [other regional news sources.] It is a wonderful way to keep posted on Los Alamos, and the many well known individuals that I am now becoming aware of their passing. As a high school graduate of LAHS, class of 1955, THANK YOU.” –Dimas
“I would like to congratulate you on this great project of yours – ever since I discovered LA Daily Post (3 weeks after it was launched). I read it daily and learned more about the LA community then I did in my whole past three years here.” –Resident
“I’m enjoying your media format for its dynamic presentation (daily, hourly updates). You and your staff seem to be very busy. How do you manage? As a former resident I enjoy keeping up with the news up on the Hill.” –Former resident
“I saw the LADailyPost for the first time a few minutes ago. I was immediately struck by the quantity of material … I signed up. Keep up the good work.” –Resident
“The news was delivered right to my inbox. Thanks for this great service!” –Resident
“Just wanted to pass along my thanks for establishing and doing such a great job with the LADP … You have done an excellent job with the site and the reporting you provide.” –Resident
“I just wanted to thank you for the amazing service you provide for those of us who have moved away from the Los Alamos area. I still own a home in Los Alamos and for me, no matter where I might live, Los Alamos is always home. Your online newspaper keeps me informed with what’s going on in the community. I even see a few friendly faces in the pictures! Thank you again and keep up the excellent work!” –Beverly