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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

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New Mexico Legislature weighs new sexual harassment policy

New Mexico state Sen. Richard Martinez, D-Epanola, right, and Rep. Nick Salazar, D-Ohkay Owingeh, left, sign paperwork showing they attended a mandatory anti-harassment training session at the state Capitol in Santa Fe, N.M. Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. The training is part of an effort to make the Capitol work environment safer amid a nationwide debate over sexual misconduct.

Mystery shrouds civil rights-era murder of New Mexico jailer

FILE - In this 1967, file photo, armed guards along with New Mexico State Police guard the Santa Fe County Courthouse before the appearance of Reies Lopez Tijerina in Santa Fe, N.M. The 1968 murder of a ... . FILE - In this June 1967 file photo, Reies Lopez Tijerina, right, is led into court by Arthur F. Garcia Santa Fe county under-sheriff in Santa Fe, N.M. The 1968 murder of a New Mexico Hispanic jailer, Eu... .

Mystery shrouds New Mexico jailer's civil rights-era murder

In this Tuesday, June 5, 2007, file photo, Reies Lopez Tijerina, 80, a land grant activist, speaks to friends and family at his Carlos Tijerina ranch in Coyote, N.M. The 1968 murder of a New Mexico Hispanic jailer, Eulogio Salazar who was preparing to testify against Hispanic land grant leader-activist Tijerina and his followers remains a mystery. The group was accused of leading an armed raid of the Tierra Amarilla Courthouse several months earlier.

Mystery shrouds New Mexico jailer's civil rights-era murder

In this 1967 file photo, New Mexico National Guard tanks and troops search northern New Mexico for Reies Lopez Tijerina. The 1968 murder of a New Mexico Hispanic jailer, Eulogio Salazar who was preparing to testify against Hispanic land grant leader-activist Tijerina and his followers remains a mystery.

Santa Fe schools to roll out new sign-in system

SANTA FE, N.M. Santa Fe schools are increasing security to make sure students are as safe as possible on campus. The Santa Fe School District is preparing to roll out a new sign-in system for visitors at the schools.

Superintendent upholds long-term suspension of student

Jill Rael, left, Robb Rael, right, and, Olivia Rael, 3, pose Jan. 8 for a portrait at Rael's frame shop, Get Framed. Jill's son, Julian Carter, was one of three boys accused of threatening a school shooting at Santa Fe High last autumn.

Group wants Santa Fe 10 Commandments monument removed from city property

SANTA FE, N.M. You might not notice it driving down Cerrillos in Santa Fe, but in front of Fire Station No. 3 is a 6-foot tall monument made of stone.

Farmington could seek arts and cultural district

The City Council will discuss applying for the designation during its work session at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Applications are due at the end of the month.

New Mexico News Digest

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This session, be reasonable

Finally, Gov. Susana Martinez's last regular legislative session. It has been a long eight years.

Mayor Keller on if he'd support return-to-work: 'I'm focusing on today'

SANTA FE, N.M. Santa Fe city councilors are looking to fix the police officer shortage in the capital city and are urging state lawmakers to take up the issue. On Wednesday night councilors passed a resolution encouraging state lawmakers to allow the Santa Fe Police Department to hire retired police officers and allow them to still collect retirement benefits.

Lowriders cruise into Santa Fe

Renee Valencia, from left, and Mary Jane Martinez examine the details on Arthur "Low Low" Medina's 1976 Cadillac Coupe de Ville Saturday during the lowrider show on Washington Avenue. Photo by Jane Phillips for The New Mexican People enjoy examining all the details on Arthur "Low Low" Medina's 1976 Cadillac Coupe de Ville Saturday during the lowrider show on Washington Avenue.

Trump - is a racist,' Rep. Lujan says at town hall meeting

'I think that President Donald Trump has clearly not just said racist things, but is a racist,' U.S. Rep. Ben Ray LujA n told a crowd of about a dozen people Saturday at a town hall meeting in Santa Fe. Justin Horwath/The New Mexican 'I think that President Donald Trump has clearly not just said racist things, but is a racist,' U.S. Rep. Ben Ray LujA n told a crowd of about a dozen people Saturday at a town hall meeting in Santa Fe.

A year after historic Women's March, Santa Feans try to keep momentum going

From left, Karen Cain and Nancy McDonald are the organizers of this year's Santa Fe Women's March. The Jan. 21 event, which will focus on a power-to-the-polls theme aimed at getting people registered to vote in the midterm elections, will begin at the state Capitol at noon and end with a lineup of speakers and musical performances on the Plaza.

Lawmakers try to help state boost cell service

James Cullins, with the Budagher Co., installs a communications tower for Verizon Wireless at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center on Friday. The proposed Wireless Consumer Advanced Infrastructure Investment Act could spur some backlash in Santa Fe, where Mayor Javier Gonzales last month issued an emergency proclamation that allowed Verizon to install temporary telecommunication facilities on city structures.

Society of Bluffton Artists seeks entries for annual judged show

The Society of Bluffton Artists is calling for entries for its 24th annual judged show, which will take place March 6 to April 1 at the SOBA gallery in Old Town Bluffton. The opening reception and awards will be 5-7 p.m. March 7. Artists are asked to fill out a registration form at the gallery or www.sobagallery.com/24th-annual-judged-show .

SF summer camp may lose new attractions built without permits

SANTA FE, N.M. A popular summer camp near Santa Fe may be forced to remove some of its newly-built attractions, including a zip line and water slide, after county officials said they were built without the proper permits. The problems started about a year ago which is when the county learned Glorieta Camps the details behind the construction of those new attractions.

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