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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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Artists aim to challenge, comfort audience at festival

In a festival populated with mind-bending sculptures, experimental photography and provocative surrealist paintings, Michael Rohner's work stands out for its "gently confrontational" nature. Presenting a style that combines pen-and-ink images with spray-painted color finishes, Rohner's work is among the many displays at the 2017 Utah Arts Festival at Library Square.

Trujillo holds meet-and-greet tonight to boost name recognition in mayoral bid

Mayoral candidate Ron Trujillo, a Santa Fe native and three-term city councilor who once played the role of Don Diego de Vargas during the annual Fiesta de Santa Fe, is a known commodity in certain circles. But Trujillo knows he needs to boost his name recognition to win a citywide race, which is why he's starting to hold campaign events to meet potential voters months ahead of the March 2018 municipal election.

Zepol Road in Santa Fe closed due to death investigation

Santa Fe Police are investigating the death of a woman in the 1400 block of Zepol Road near Airport Road, officials say.

Police investigating Santa Fe woman's death

Santa Fe Police were investigating the death of a woman Thursday morning on Zepol Road, prompting the closure of the south-side street. Police spokesman Greg Gurule said he could not immediately provide more information about the woman or what led to her death other than to say police began responding to the scene around 1 a.m. Thursday.

Deaths prompt millionaire Forrest Fenn to rethink legendary treasure hunt

Santa Fe, N.M.-An eccentric millionaire, who claims to have hidden gold and gems in the mountains of northern New Mexico, is considering calling off the legendary treasure hunt after a man died recently looking for the bounty. Antiques dealer Forrest Fenn, whose treasure hunt has drawn thousands to the Rocky Mountains north of Santa Fe, said the death of Paris Wallace, a Colorado pastor, has compelled him to re-examine the popular search.

Santa Clara now owns National Guard Armory

The National Guard Armory building in Santa Clara, in a transfer ceremony Thursday, June 15, was formally conferred to the Village of Santa Clara by the New Mexico Army National Guard. Village Mayor Richard Bauch said: "This is a great economic opportunity for us."

Man accused in deadly fight over song held without bond

A New Mexico man accused of killing another man during an argument that started with a disagreement over song has been ordered held without bond. Court records show 30-year-old Chris Owens is facing charges of murder, being a felon in possession of a firearm and tampering with evidence in the death of Tim Baca.

School for Advanced Research celebrates 110 years with a touch of Antiques Roadshow

A slice of Antiques Roadshow visits town Saturday as part of an anniversary celebration at the School for Advanced Research, itself an antique in fine shape. More than 100 folks toting treasures of indeterminate worth will arrive on the east-side Santa Fe campus with hopes of hearing a high number from Wes Cowan, the noted anthropologist and appraiser who has appeared regularly on PBS programs including Roadshow and History Detectives .

Macabre artist brings life to folk art market

Artist Daniel Paredes of Puebla, Mexico, presents his hand-crafted carboy, a container used to store water, June 17 at The Green at College Park. His work, showcased in the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market at Arlington, consisted of skulls, Mexican hairless dogs and other Day of the Dead-themed Mexican folk art.

Continue reading Summer in Santa Fe with Frida Kahlo, the Prado and Steve Jobs

Santa Fe is an international city every day of the year. But this summer the City Different pulls it all together under the banner "Santa Fe Celebrates Global Arts & Culture.

Rancho Viejo residents heckle, walk out of Pilot Flying J meeting

Dozens of Rancho Viejo residents pack a meeting Tuesday in opposition to a Pilot Flying J Co. plans to build a travel center at Rancho Viejo Boulevard and N.M. 14. Justin Horwath/The New Mexican James Siebert a consultant for Pilot Flying J, attempted to answer questions shouted by crowd members, who eventually walked out of the community meeting in an effort to delay development approval for the company's travel center.

Police: Stabbing victim on Cerro Gordo came to woman's aid; suspect arrested

A Santa Fe man was back in jail Monday, suspected of stabbing another man in the neck at a home on Cerro Gordo Road, less than 48 hours after being released following his arrest on a DWI charge. Police said they arrested Sheldon Ontiveros, 35, shortly after 3 p.m. Monday after following a trail of blood he had left when he fled the scene.

Santa Fe feels burn as heat wave scorches Southwest

A heat wave gripping the Southwest may bring record highs in Santa Fe beginning Wednesday, forecasters said, with temperatures expected to reach 99 degrees in some parts of town and more afternoon highs in the upper 90s through Friday. With oppressive heat already bearing down on the city Tuesday, the New Mexico Department of Health urged residents to take precautions to avoid heat stroke and heat exhaustion, and the Santa Fe County Sheriff's Office warned of the dangers of leaving children or pets in cars during the hot summer months.

State of New Mexico v. Juan Rivas

Bennett J. Baur, Chief Public Defender, David Henderson, Assistant Appellate Defender, Santa Fe, NM, for Appellant Hector H. Balderas, Attorney General, Kenneth H. Stalter, Assistant Attorney General, Albuquerque, NM, for Appellee {1} In this case we examine the circumstances under which detectives may question a juvenile defendant in the absence of and without notification of a court-appointed attorney or court-appointed guardian ad litem. Juan Rivas's convictions arose from his killing of eighty-three-year-old Clara Alvarez as she slept in her bed on July 29, 2011.

Grand jury files charges against former New Mexico senator

In this July 7, 2016, file photo, former state Sen. Phil Griego, left, speaks to his attorney, Tom Clark, during his preliminary hearing at district court in Albuquerque, N.M. A grand jury has charged Griego with perjury, fraud and embezzlement in connection with campaign finance activities, as the prominent Democrat awaits trial in a corruption probe.

Police implore author who says he hid treasure to end hunt

In this July 4, 2014 photo, Forrest Fenn poses at his Santa Fe, N.M., home. New Mexico's top law enforcement officer is asking Fenn, the author and antiquities dealer who inspired thousands to comb remote corners of the West in vain for a chest of gold and jewels to end the treasure hunt.

Police implore author who says he hid treasure to end hunt

In this July 4, 2014 photo, Forrest Fenn poses at his Santa Fe, N.M., home. New Mexico's top law enforcement officer is asking Fenn, the author and antiquities dealer who inspired thousands to comb remote corners of the West in vain for a chest of gold and jewels to end the treasure hunt.

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