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Located approximately 64 miles northeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, The Spanish laid out the city according to the "Laws of the Indies," town planning rules and ordinances which had been established in 1573 by King Philip II. The fundamental principle was that the town be laid out around a central plaza. An important style implemented in planning the city was the radiating grid of streets centering from the central Plaza.
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Proposed bill seeks to give taxpayer-funded Spaceport a route to keeping secret records
SANTA FE, N.M. Lawmakers are considering carving out a space in New Mexico's open record laws that would allow Spaceport America to keep information secret. According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, that information would relate to companies or government agencies that are launching rockets from the Spaceport.Ex-AG criticized for quitting Interior Department advisory board
Last week's resignation of 10 out of 12 members of a U.S. Interior Department advisory board in protest of actions by Secretary Ryan Zinke and the policies of President Donald Trump involved two men with deep ties to New Mexico politics. But the men are on opposite sides of the controversy, in which the former members of the National Park Service Advisory Board say the Interior Department has shut them out of the policymaking process and agency officials have fired back, accusing the board of ignoring ethics failures that occurred on their watch.Parks plan calls for growing staff to better maintain city's green spaces
Danny Griego, a maintenance worker with the city's Parks Division, cleans clippings Friday at Monsignor Patrick Smith Park. Luis SA nchez Saturno/The New Mexican Danny Griego, a maintenance worker with the city's Parks Division, cleans clippings Friday at Monsignor Patrick Smith Park.New Executive Director named at Tacoma Art Museum
Tacoma Art Museum welcomes David Setford as its new Executive Director. Setford brings over 30 years of experience in museums and other arts organizations in the United States and the United Kingdom as a curator, director/administrator, and fundraiser.Snow, rain, high wind and cold will return to New Mexico tonight
Spring-Like warmth is ahead today before a cold front brings rain, snow, dangerous wind and cold temperatures late tonight. New Mexico will see mostly to partly sunny skies this afternoon with warmer than average temperatures.Law enforcement: 'Don't fall for phone scams'
SANTA FE, N.M. Scammers want you to fall for their latest attempt at stealing your hard-earned money. They're doing it by impersonating sheriff's deputies and calling in regards to 'urgent matters.'Council Candidates on Public Safety
Selected soundbites from the eight City Council candidates in attendance at Friday night's public safety forum hosted by the Santa Fe Police Officer Association. Councilor Signe Lindell on the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion program, which offers community services to minor offenders rather than routing them back through the criminal justice system: "We're doing things very, very differently.Marchers prepare to take to Santa Fe streets
Five-year-old Aiyana Naranjo on Friday helps her mother, Nathana Bird, decorate a Women's March sign during Friday's poster-making party at Northern New Mexico College in Espa A ola. Nick Sanchez/For The New Mexican Northern New Mexico College students Britney Castillo and Karla Dominguez create Women's March signs during Friday's poster-making party at the school in EspaA ola.Yonder Mountain String Band Celebrates 2000th Show, Announce Spring Tour
Kicking off in Salt Lake City, the 19-show run takes them up and down the West Coast, wrapping in Santa Fe, NM. The band are currently on an intense winter run which brings them to Nashville this Sunday and eventually to Colorado for two nights at the Winter Wonder Grass festival.New Mexico lawmakers move to form Hispanic Caucus
In this Feb. 4, 2104, file photo, D-Santa Fe, Rep. Mimi Stewart stands during a news conference at the Capitol in Santa Fe, N.M. On Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, Senate Democrats chose Stewart as majority whip, replacing Sen. Michael Padilla who resigned following complaints about decade-old harassment allegations at a previous job. Stewart joins Senate President Pro Tempore Mary Kay Papen to form the state's first Senate female-majority leadership team, according to the Legislative Council Service.Complaint made against man suspected of molestation
City police suspect a Santa Fe man of sexually and physically abusing young children in his care, according to a criminal complaint filed Thursday in the Santa Fe County Magistrate Court. The complaint says a woman called Santa Fe police in November after she found 48-year-old Jeff M. Naranjo in bed with one of the children, who was unclothed.Three exhibitions at New Mexico Museum of Art
Karl Baden: Untitled , 1983, split-toned gelatin silver print, from negative with applied clichA©-verre; courtesy New Mexico Museum of Art One need not look beyond Santa Fe to find correspondences between the art of the present moment and that of a century past. No work of art is created in a vacuum, and artistic influences are always derived from some external impetus.Hey, an election is happening
With so much news breaking out all over, it is understandable that citizens can become overwhelmed, paying little attention to close-to-the-grass-roots elections. That's why turnout can be so low in school board or bond elections.Biking enthusiast played pivotal role in the Santa Fe Century ride
Willard Chilcott, who founded the Santa Fe Century bike ride, died Monday in a Santa Fe nursing home. He was 89. Willard Chilcott standing on the corner of the Santa Fe Plaza.Weeks after unveiling Denver plans, arts startup Meow Wolf announces Las Vegas space
Lead artist Mat Crimmins, 45, shows off a creature that will haunt Meow Wolf's Denver location on Dec. 19, 2017 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Meow Wolf artist collective has grown significantly since its immersive art installation/museum hybrid, the House of Eternal Return, opened in Santa Fe, New Mexico in March 2016.Santa Fe mayor won't back down on city's sanctuary status
SANTA FE, N.M. Santa Fe's mayor isn't backing down when it comes to the capital city's sanctuary city status. Wednesday, Mayor Javier Gonzales responded to a comment made by acting U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas Homan.A Plaza potty? Yes, please
Yes, we are thrilled that city of Santa Fe officials are discussing ways to add to the number of public restrooms downtown. It's past time.
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