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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
Local Sports Teams:
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
New Mexico historian inducted into Spanish Order for works

Thomas E. ChA vez, a noted New Mexico historian and onetime director of the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, was inducted this month into the Spanish Order of Isabella the Catholic, a lofty recognition of ChA vez's work to bring together the people of the United States and Spain.

Lawsuit Alleging DWS Fails to Enforce Wage Protection Laws Goesa

Today, New Mexico's First Judicial Court ruled that a lawsuit charging that Department of Workforce Solutions must enforce state laws protecting working people against wage theft from their employers can go forward. Lawsuit Alleging DWS Fails to Enforce Wage Protection Laws Goes Forward SANTA FE - Today, New Mexico's First Judicial Court ruled that a lawsuit charging that Department of Workforce Solutions must enforce state laws protecting working people against wage theft from their employers can go forward.

April 28 Morning Rush: Incoming late season winter storm hits New Mexico

Funding runs out at 11:59 p.m. and a partial government shutdown could take effect if it doesn't pass. Democrats had threatened to oppose the spending bill if Republicans moved forward on a new healthcare plan.

New Mexico universities seek tuition increases

Student tuitions are on the rise at one of the nation's most affordable state university systems in response to New Mexico's state budget crisis. Regents at New Mexico Highlands University were considering Friday a 7.5 percent tuition hike in anticipation of new state funding cuts.

Glorieta Camps working to comply with permits

After a long list of permit problems, a popular Christian youth summer camp near Santa Fe will stay open after all. Those issues emerged in February, but Glorieta Camps says it is well on its way to complying with the county and state permits needed to operate this summer.

Could Albuquerque consider a soda tax?

While the vote on a soda tax in Santa Fe is less than a week away, KRQE News 13 has learned that there are already discussions about trying it in Albuquerque too. While some people are concerned the tax would hit low-income and working class families the hardest, KRQE News 13 also talked to people who said the tax is a good idea to fund pre-kindergarten for kids in need.

Elite Media Communications Having a Great Second Quarter, Looking Ahead to Summer

Elite Media Communications had its best first quarter ever with a wave of success. So far, Elite Media has aided in the opening of three new offices in Madison, Wisconsin, Santa Fe New Mexico, and Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Silver School Board disapproves four-day schedule 3-2

The Silver School Board began its April 25, 2017 session at 6:06 p.m., allowing a brief break from the 5:00 p.m. work session on the bond issues, which must be addressed shortly. All board members were present; Justin Wecks, Patrick Cohn, Ashley Montenegro, Frances Vasquez and president Mike McMillan.

New Mexico delves into soda tax fight

In this March 31, 2017 photo, professional canvasser Jennifer Matthews walks from door to door in Santa Fe, N.M., on behalf of the Organization in the Land of Enchantment, urging residents to vote for a new tax on sugary sodas an... . In this April 15, 2017 photo, a shopper walks among stacks of discount soda at a Walmart story in Santa Fe, N.M. Voters in New Mexico's capital city have until May 2 to decide whether to levy a new 2-cents-per-ounce tax on sugary... .

New Mexico delves into soda tax fight

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New Mexico delves into soda tax fight

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Konica Minolta Supports Breast Tomosynthesis Education at 2017...

Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. displayed its commitment to Digital Breast Tomosynthesis education as a sponsor of this year's Pre-Conference DBT Workshop at the 2017 SBI/ACR Breast Imaging Symposium from April 6-9 in Los Angeles, CA. The workshop provided eight hours of initial training in DBT as required by the FDA and attendees had the opportunity to review and report cases on individual DBT workstations, such as Konica Minolta's Exaa Mammo.

Trump order could scuttle New Mexico land swap

This file aerial photograph taken March 2013 shows the Rio Grande Gorge, looking north from the Taos Gorge Bridge, which is now part of the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument near Taos, N.M. SANTA FE, N.M.>> President Donald's Trumps executive order to review the designation of national monuments on federal lands could scuttle an unapproved land swap with the state of New Mexico designed to generate more local income for education, the state's land commissioner said today. New Mexico Land Commissioner Aubrey Dunn said Trump's order may hinder negotiations to transfer 65 square miles of state land holdings into the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument in Northern New Mexico.

Image of Lowes Grocery store

Lowe's grocery stores are giving shoppers in Albuquerque and Santa Fe some motivation to eat locally grown fruits and veggies. The dollar-for-dollar match allows shoppers to use their snap benefits to buy fresh New Mexico-grown produce for half the price, spending up to $25 each visit.

Council unsure of finances for FY 2017-18

The amount of "hold harmless" reimbursements from Santa Fe to Silver City for fiscal year 2017-2018 was the subject of considerable discussion at the Tuesday, Apr. 24, meeting of the Silver City Town Council. Town Manager Alex Brown stated that because the state legislature has taken no action to define what communities can expect in the way of recompense, the town is still unsure of how to proceed in developing the FY2017-18 budget.

Michael Bloomberg boosts spending on Santa Fe taxa

New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg has contributed more than $800,000 in recent weeks to push for voter approval of a tax on sugary sodas in New Mexico's state capital city. Michael Bloomberg boosts spending on Santa Fe tax initiative SANTA FE - New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg has contributed more than $800,000 in recent weeks to push for voter approval of a tax on sugary sodas in New Mexico's state capital city.

Santa Fe college, Seattle Film Institute partner on degree

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