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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
Lawsuits: New Mexico violating rights of some students

The Center on Law and Poverty and other advocates are asking a state judge to declare that New Mexico's education system is failing to meet its constitutional responsibilities for Native American students, low-income students and those learning Engli Lawsuits: New Mexico violating rights of some students The Center on Law and Poverty and other advocates are asking a state judge to declare that New Mexico's education system is failing to meet its constitutional responsibilities for Native American students, low-income students and those learning Engli Check out this story on demingheadlight.com: http://lcsun.co/2rMttzQ ALBUQUERQUE - The Center on Law and Poverty and other advocates are asking a state judge to declare that New Mexico's education system is failing to meet its constitutional responsibilities for Native American students, low-income students and those learning English as a ... (more)

NM budget woes bring national teachers union leader

The national president of the American Federation of Teachers is coming to New Mexico amid the state's budget woes. NM budget woes bring national teachers union leader SANTA FE - The national president of the American Federation of Teachers is coming to New Mexico amid the state's budget woes.

May 22nd Morning Rush: School board expected to vote on APS budget

Albuquerque Public Schools is still projecting to see a shortfall of $13 million but that's far less than the $24 million it originally anticipated. The district had been planning on a two percent budget cut but officials say that is not necessary since they've seen an enrollment decline of more than 1,000 students.

Birth certificate changes rise following Real ID Act

Birth certificate changes rise following Real ID Act The N.M. Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics is experiencing sharp increase in birth certificate services. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/new-mexico/2017/05/21/birth-certificate-changes-rise-following-real-id-act/101893394/ Donna Clark, of Kirtland, listens as former judge William Birdsall delivers a presentation Tuesday about requirements to obtain a Real ID-compliant driver's license duirng a clinic at the Farmington District Court.

Santa Fe woman tries faking drug test, bolting from jail

A Santa Fe woman went to great lengths to get out of a drug test, including running from jail staff and hiding something on her body. Earlier this month, 30-year-old Amanda Gurule, showed up to the Santa Fe County Jail for the urinalysis as part of the county's electronic monitoring program, but she failed it.

The past 100 years, May 22, 2017

May 22, 1917: Fifty convicts from the state penitentiary, most of them jubilant at the chance at active out-of-doors work and many glad moreover to have a hand in something which they feel will aid the state and nation, are now at work planting beans and corn to help increase New Mexico's agriculture production. May 22, 1967: The New Mexico State Highway Department anticipates, in the near future, the beginning of construction projects in the vicinity of Santa Fe.

Report uncovered by county staffer confirms who shot Pat Garrett

An unarchived document found by a DoA a Ana County staffer in November could be worth tens - or even hundreds - of thousands of dollars. Report uncovered by county staffer confirms who shot Pat Garrett An unarchived document found by a DoA a Ana County staffer in November could be worth tens - or even hundreds - of thousands of dollars.

State rests in Tai Chan retrial; defense calls witnesses

Chan, a former Santa Fe County sheriff's deputy, is charged with first-degree murder, accused of gunning down fellow deputy Jeremy Martin at a Las Cruces hotel in October 2014. The deputies were planning to spend the night at Hotel Encanto on their way back to Santa Fe after transporting a prisoner to Arizona.

Mill Creek Kitchen

The Plaza CafA© is the oldest restaurant in Santa Fe, N.Mex. It has been serving traditional New Mexican dishes, as well as Southwestern diner food, since 1905.

Correction, May 18, 2017

A story published on Page B-1 of the Thursday, May 18, 2017, edition of The New Mexican , about baseball and softball coaching vacancies at Santa Fe and Capital high schools, incorrectly reported that Santa Fe High head softball coach Randy Montoya and Capital head baseball coach Johnny Glaze were fired Monday. Each resigned his respective position.

Planned Parenthood to close 3 clinics in northern New Mexico

The Santa Fe New Mexican reports the closures in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and Farmington are part of larger consolidation effort to keep the organization solvent. The closures will likely happen in September and would leave Planned Parenthood with two clinics in Albuquerque and one in Santa Fe.

State of New Mexico v. Clive Phillips

The Hastings Law Firm, Mark A. Earnest, Albuquerque, NM Law Office of Theresa M. Duncan, Theresa M. Duncan, Albuquerque, NM, for Appellant Hector H. Balderas, Attorney General, Maris Veidemanis, Assistant Attorney General, Santa Fe, NM, for Appellee {1} This case addresses the procedure for determining whether a jury is deadlocked. A jury is deadlocked or "hung" on a crime when the jurors cannot unanimously agree on a verdict of guilty or not guilty for that crime.

Special session may have big impact on countya

Special session may have big impact on county budget County commission approved the interim fiscal year 2018 budget during a commission meeting Tuesday evening. Check out this story on Daily-Times.com: http://www.daily-times.com/story/news/local/2017/05/17/special-session-may-have-big-impact-county-budget/101791814/ An upcoming special session of the New Mexico Legislature has county officials worried about the potential impact on the county budget.

'Graves' returns to film second season in New Mexico

The New Mexico Film Office says "Graves" is being shot starting this week in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo and Santa Fe. Crews will be working on the production through July.

Santa Fe School District passes budget, cuts jobs

Santa Fe Public Schools are preparing to scale back its staff. School board members voted, Tuesday night, to eliminate several positions when it passed the budget.

Santa Fe's rejection of soda tax a win for public health

Record numbers of voters turned out on May 2 to say no to a soda tax in Santa Fe, New Mexico. By proposing a two-cent-per-ounce tax on sugary soft drinks, policymakers meant to encourage healthier consumption choices.

Santa Fe schools approve budget

The fiscal year 2017-18 spending plan fills an estimated $1.58 million budget gap. Some cost-cutting measures include reductions in administration, special needs education, and alternative high school programs.

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