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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
2 more plague cases reported in New Mexico's Santa Fe County

The recent cases involve a 52-year-old woman and a 62-year-old woman. The first case this year was reported in early June in a 63-year-old man.

10 Ways to Create a Modern Bohemian Vibe 10 Photos

To give the living room of a home in the hip Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles an energetic update, designer Breeze Giannasio focused her design around the spectacular textile hanging above the sofa. Working within the gold, fuschia, and gray color palette of the wall hanging she added layers of texture - the intricate carpet, the lush upholstery, the sleek coffee table - at every level.

Family of man slain during 1997 Fiesta ready to celebrate, heal

Andrew Romero, center, participates Sunday in the annual Fiesta de Santa Fe procession. In 1997, Romero's father was fatally shot during a Fiesta celebration.

Richard Derwostyp Jr., Robert Kiggins

Richard Henry Derwostyp Jr. and Robert Leslie Kiggins are to be married June 25 in Santa Fe, N.M. Naomi Fiske, a minister of the Worldwide Fellowship Congregation, is to officiate in the home of Sallie Bingham, a friend of the couple. Mr. Derwostyp , 76, operates Someone's in the Kitchen, a catering company in Santa Fe.

Forrest Fenn strengthens resolve as controversy over hidden treasure grows

Forrest Fenn spends part of Tuesday afternoon at his home reading emails from people telling him to keep the treasure hunt going. Fenn also received a handful emails from people telling him to stop the hunt.

Councilor Maestas pitches gas tax to fund street, sidewalk repairs

Clea Lewis of Santa Fe said she's not in favor of an additional gas tax as she filled her truck's gas tank Tuesday at Murphy Express on Las Soleras Drive. Clyde Mueller/The New Mexican City employees Marcos Esquibel, left, and Gerald Ramone repair a pothole Tuesday on Santa Cruz Drive.

Family devastated after young woman murdered in Santa Fe

A family is left devastated and stunned after a young woman was brutally murdered and her boyfriend of five years was arrested in the death. The girl with the bright personality and welcoming smile, was killed on Thursday at her apartment in Santa Fe along Zepol Road.

Santa Fe Public Schools considers eliminating grade D

Summer school biology teacher Yvette Martinez, talks to one of her students, Daniel Ortiz, 15, about the possibility of the school district dropping the D grade on report cards for middle- and high-schoolers. Ortiz says it is not a black-and-white, C-or-F issue: 'I feel like if you get rid of the D, you get rid of an opportunity to raise your grade.'

Santa Fe artist tells stories through stone sculpture

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. Among the many talented artists at the New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair sits Upton Ethelbah, a stone sculptor born in Santa Fe. "There are very few of us because it takes a lot of wherewithal," Ethelbah said of his craft.

Organizers mull locations for - come-as-you-are' shelter in Santa Fe

Suby Bowden, an architect working on the One Door project, points to a schematic of the proposal Friday during a public forum at Christ Church Santa Fe. Sami Edge/The New Mexican From left, architect Suby Bowden, Quill Head of LifeLink and Tom Starke of Behavioral Health Alliance Santa Fe discuss the One Door project Friday during a forum at Christ Church Santa Fe.

Kent Monkman marks Indigenous response to Canada 150 at Toronto Pride

The Cree artist says this year's parade is an opportunity to bring recognition to Indigenous people during Canada 150 A few years ago, he turned it down, but this time, artist Kent Monkman couldn't refuse the invitation to be grand marshal at Toronto's Pride Parade. He sees this year, Canada's 150th birthday, as the perfect opportunity to use the parade to put Indigenous people, their history and their future front and centre.

N.M. suing oil company for breach of contract, violations

A wastewater or waste oil pit at a Siana Operating site on state trust land. The Martinez administration is suing Siana, accusing it of failing to comply with a settlement last year that required the firm to plug and remediate abandoned wells in Southern New Mexico.

Sexism at center of law commission dispute

One of three women on the 11-member commission that oversees public defenders in New Mexico is calling for removal of the commission's chairman, Michael Stout, because of what she calls subtle sexism based on "anachronistic stereotypes of women." Jennifer Romero, an Albuquerque lawyer appointed to the commission just under a year ago, said in emails to fellow commissioners that Stout recently told her he planned to curtail contact with her because his wife, state District Judge Marci Beyer of Las Cruces, "perceived his contact with me as a threat to his marriage" and that he had agreed to abide by his wife's edict to cease contact with her.

Rainbow Gathering: - A town without a mayor'

From left, Joan Kalb, Stephen Sedlacko and Garrick Beck at a Pennsylvania Rainbow Gathering, July 4, 2010. The three spent three months in a federal prison for refusing to obtain a permit for a Rainbow Family Gathering in 1999.

Santa Fe Police search for missing sisters, ages 4 and 5

Alina Sandoval, 4, is said to have brown hair in a pigtail braid and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink shirt and pink skirt with a silver waist-band.

Hannah Hart Hits the Road This August In New Food Network Series I Hart Food

Hannah Hart has over five-million followers on social media, a killer sense of humor, a passion for food and this summer, she's taking a flavor-filled journey to some of the country's favorite regional food spots in the new Food Network series I HART FOOD. In the six-episode series, food enthusiast Hannah follows her appetite to discover incredible local dishes and awesome conversations.

Changing fortunes: Juan Siddi Arte Flamenco Society

Flamenco audiences in Santa Fe have witnessed firsthand the changing fortunes of dancer and choreographer Juan Siddi for the last 15 years. Siddi, who won the Mayor's Award in 2011, was first recruited by MarA a BenA tez in 2002 to perform with her company on tour and in Santa Fe.

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