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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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Taos County needs $1M to finish veterans cemetery
A Santa Fe man who authorities say was caught smoking marijuana in a van with children in the back seat faces three felony charges of child abuse and two misdemeanor drug charges. A Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office corporal wrote in an arrest statement filed Wednesday in Santa Fe County Magistrate Court that a citizen approached him as the lawman fueled up his patrol vehicle at the Giant Gas Station off Sawmill Road, saying a man was smoking marijuana in a nearby van that also had children inside.Six vie for appeals court vacancy
State District Court Judge Jennifer Attrep, who mainly presides over Rio Arriba County cases, is one of six applicants for an appeals court vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Jim Wechsler. Wechsler, the second-longest-serving judge on the New Mexico Court of Appeals, retired last month after more than 22 years on the bench.Analyst: Early ed programs key to closing gap for disadvantaged kids
From left, Gina Montoya talks to students Wednesday at the United Way of Santa Fe County during an early childhood education class. Uriel J. Garcia/The New Mexican Leila Lalire Chambers plays with toys Wednesday at the United Way of Santa Fe County during her early childhood education class.Woman sues Isotopes over baseball injury
A Santa Fe County woman on Wednesday sued the Albuquerque Isotopes baseball club for negligence because she was hit by a baseball while eating popcorn during a 2014 game. Shirley Saccoccia filed the lawsuit through Santa Fe lawyer Scott Voorhees.Police: Drug dealer manufactured crack at home
Santa Fe police said a monthlong investigation led to the arrest Wednesday of a drug dealer who was allegedly making crack cocaine and growing marijuana at his southwest-side home. A news release said the city police department's Narcotics Unit also seized more than 200 grams of cocaine and cocaine base, marijuana, guns and other items from the home of Joseph Martinez, 33, in the 1100 block of Harrison Road, off Agua Fria Street.Getting in the groove: Santa Fe students return to school
From left, first-graders Brian Contreras-Parga, 6, and Kevin Ortega Gutierrez, 6, read a book Wednesday with Principal Stephanie Hubley as part of the dual-language immersion program at Kearny Elementary School. Luis SA nchez Saturno/The New Mexican From left, Lorenzo Montoya, 7, teacher Sara Garcia Ruiz and Ruby Rivas Sotelo, 6, make monkey gestures Wednesday while reading a book during the first day of class at Kearny Elementary School.Man pleads guilty in fake driver's license scheme
Victor Montano of Santa Fe, who was accused of creating fake driver's licenses so he could cash forged checks in a scheme to feed his drug addiction, pleaded guilty Wednesday to 16 felonies. State District Judge T. Glenn Ellington sentenced Montano to a year in jail, plus five years of supervised probation that will include six months of inpatient drug treatment.Aamodt meetings spark anger, frustration
Alan Mikkelsen of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, far right, speaks before several hundred residents of the Pojoaque Basin in Pojoaque on Wednesday night. Tripp Stelnicki/The New Mexican Alan Mikkelsen of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, far right, speaks before several hundred residents of the Pojoaque Basin in Pojoaque on Wednesday night.Race and the conflicts at home
A sense of peace and healing collected around the Santa Fe Plaza on Monday night when hundreds of people came together to say emphatically that in 2017, in this United States, racism will not go unchallenged. Our community's political and faith leaders put together an inspiring, much-needed response to the unsettling marches that happened last weekend in Charlottesville, Va., where white supremacists protested removal of a statue of Confederate Gen.Empirical model for conveniently predicting total and regional lung deposition of inhaled aerosols
Kim, C. AND S. Hu. Empirical model for conveniently predicting total and regional lung deposition of inhaled aerosols.Bay Area Composer Reimagines Steve Jobs' Life as an Opera
Steve Jobs' life story has been remade into Hollywood films, a musical and now an opera. Rife with tension and contradictions, composer Mason Bates said the tech mogul's story was made for the stage.New Mexico man ignores banishment, trespasses on tribal land
A New Mexico man has been sentenced to a year of probation for trespassing on tribal lands despite being banished by Pojoaque Pueblo. Prosecutors say 28-year-old Derek Hunt of Santa Fe was sentenced Monday in federal court in Albuquerque for a misdemeanor conviction of trespass and criminal damage to property.Nervousness, excitement at dawn of new school year
Milagro Middle School truancy coach Evelyn Leger, left, confers with incoming seventh-grader Jesus Ontivero on Tuesday. Ontivero said he is excited to be attending the new school this year.Activist Huerta to be honored Thursday
Officials with the city of Santa Fe and state of New Mexico will honor Latina activist Dolores Huerta on Thursday before a 7 p.m. screening of the PBS documentary Dolores at the New Mexico History Museum. Huerta, 87, was born in the New Mexico mining town of Dawson.Southbound N.M. 599 reopened following rollover
One person was hospitalized with head injuries after a three-car crash early Tuesday afternoon that shut down southbound N.M. 599 for hours, a Santa Fe police spokesman said. Greg Gurule said in an email that the hospitalized driver had clipped a van and then crossed over the highway median and collided with another car traveling in the opposite direction, according to Gurule.Dora Consolidated Schools Superintendent on leave following special audit
SANTA FE, NM The Office of the State Auditor confirmed Tuesday that Superintendent of Dora Consolidated Schools Steve Barron was placed on administrative leave following the OSA Special Audit. School board members voted unanimously last night to place Barron on leave and begin seeking applicants for the job, according to OSA.
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