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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.

Population: 72056
Local Newspapers: Santa Fe New Mexican
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Local Colleges: St. John's College Santa Fe University of Art and Design

Zip Codes associated with santa fe, new mexico: 87501 87505
Towns/Cities near santa fe, new mexico : Espanola Tesuque La Cienega Las Vegas Glorietta White Rock Chimayo

Santa Fe News
Future of Turquoise Trail still in limbo

Floyd Trujillo, head of the governing board at Turquoise Trail Charter Elementary School, addresses the Santa Fe Public School's board Tuesday during a school board meeting. Luis SA nchez Saturno/The New Mexican Superintendent Veronica Garcia speaks with Floyd Trujillo, head of the governing board at Turquoise Trail Charter Elementary School, at a school board meeting on Feb 20, 2018.

Trial begins for man charged in pot dispensary robbery

Peter Ferrera demonstrates in District Court on Tuesday how he was held at gunpoint during an armed robbery of his medical cannabis business in 2013. Reyes Barelas, 32, is standing trial in the case for the second time.

Search for Buried Treasure Linked to Illinois Man's Death At Yellowstone

Last summer, 53-year-old Jeff Murphy was hiking in Yellowstone National Park when he went missing . Park investigators found his body on June 9, where Murphy had fallen 500 feet from Turkey Pen Peak, after accidentally stepping into a chute.

Smartphone tether inventor pitches for $10K

Haj Khalsa of Santa Fe, owner of Hangtime, poses with the KOALA, a cell phone tether on Thursday, February 8, 2018. Khalsa will make a product pitch on Feb 22 during an ABQid event at Taos Ski Valley.

New Mexico governor's tense tenure with lawmakers nears end

In this Feb. 15, 2018 file photo New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, a Republican, speaks to reporters outside her office in Santa Fe, N.M. The rocky relationship between Martinez and state lawmakers is coming to a close as both sides ponder what could have been. Democratic leaders say they wish there was better communication with the Republican governor and wonder if they could have done more.

Economic development initiative to begin

Creative entrepreneurs who want to receive business skills training are invited to apply for a program offered through the Branigan Memorial Library. Applications will be accepted beginning Tuesday, Feb. 20 at the library, 200 E. Picacho Ave. Branigan is among a select group of public libraries in New Mexico that are participating in a pilot project that will implement creative economic development hubs in five communities.

Whether killer is in custody still unknown

The state Department of Health is not saying whether a man diagnosed with schizophrenia who killed his mother was released from a state mental health facility over the weekend. And the man's stepfather said he has not heard a thing about the situation from the Department of Health or the New Mexico Attorney General's office - which has attempted to keep 35-year-old Justin Quintana in the New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute in Las Vegas, N.M., where he was first admitted in 2008.

Cellist co-founded Santa Fe Community Orchestra

Jody Ellis, who co-founded the Santa Fe Community Orchestra, died of natural causes Wednesday at the age of 92. She often played the cello in concerts for the group. Courtesy InSight Foto Jody Ellis, who co-founded the Santa Fe Community Orchestra, died of natural causes Wednesday at the age of 92. She often played the cello in concerts for the group.

Nesting season has started early in Santa Fe

A few days ago, I heard and saw a Ccurve-billed thrasher, high in a tree, singing its heart out. It seems a bit early to be working so hard to attract a mate, but that's what it looked, and sounded, like he was doing.

$30M for Carlsbad really is a win

While the Santa Fe New Mexican and "others" are left scratching their heads, those in southeast New Mexico are left shaking ours. Andrew Oxford and Steve Terrell made light of the Carlsbad Brine Well situation in their Feb. 16 wrap up of the New Mexico legislative session, calling Carlsbad a "winner" who walked away with a $30 million jackpot.

Chrisa Sunday Forecast

A storm system is going to move into the Four Corners region and ahead of this weather maker the winds are going to crank up. Wind gusts could reach over 50 mph across northeast New Mexico today.

Pi on Elementary School student battles rare blood disease

Lukas Tapia, 7, has a rare blood disease hampering his immune system. His school, PiA on Elementary, is holding a fundraiser for him on Feb. 24th.

Boy's death highlights holes in attendance enforcement

Jeremiah Valencia's picture appeared in the 2015-16 yearbook for Carlos Gilbert Elementary School. After spending his sixth-grade year at Carlos Gilbert, Jeremiah spent the start of the 2016-17 year at West Las Vegas Middle School.

AG wants man who killed mother to stay in mental institution

New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas wouldn't comment earlier this month about a state mental hospital's planned release of a man with schizophrenia who shot and killed his mother nine years ago. But on Saturday, Balderas' office made a last-minute plea to keep 35-year-old Justin Quintana in the New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute in Las Vegas, N.M., where he was first admitted in 2008.

Man charged with molesting, raping daughter wants case dropped

Alicia Stewart traveled to Haiti to help an impoverished orphanage last spring. That experience inspired her work in oil paintings of Haitian children and street life.

Catholics urged to appeal to lawmakers in Congress to pass DACA bill now

By day's end Feb. 15, members of the U.S. Senate had rejected four immigration proposals, leaving it unclear how lawmakers will address overall immigration reform and keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in place. Late that afternoon, Archbishop John C. Wester of Santa Fe, New Mexico, issued an urgent alert to Catholics in his archdiocese to raise their voices "to support the 'Dreamers'" and contact their senators and representatives to vote for a bipartisan measure to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which is set to expire March 5. "Time is running out for them," he said in a statement.

Second town hall touts Deming street bond

There was sparse attendance at the second of two town halls about the city of Deming's first municipal bond election. From left, Public Works Director Jim Massengill, Community Projects Director Bryan Reedy, Mayor Benny Jasso, and City Administrator Aaron Sera take questions about city streets at a Feb. 13 town hall.

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