Patrick Lohmann

Patrick Lohmann

Patrick Lohmann has been a reporter since 2007, when he wrote stories for $15 apiece at a now-defunct tabloid in Gallup, New Mexico, his hometown. Since then, he's worked at UNM's Daily Lobo, the Albuquerque Journal and the Syracuse Post-Standard. Along the way, he's won several state and national awards for his reporting, including for an exposé on a cult-like Alcoholics Anonymous group and a feature on an Upstate New York militia member who died of COVID-19. He's thrilled to be back home in New Mexico, where he works to tell stories that resonate and make an impact.

Noorullah Maswhani

No refuge: Afghans describe challenges in building new life in New Mexico

By: - April 3, 2022

About 200 Afghan refugees have tried to find a new life in New Mexico in recent months, what they hoped would be the final leg of a harrowing journey from a country in collapse.