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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
Are People Dying to Find Fenn's Treasure?

At least four people have died searching for a bronze chest full of gold and gemstones hidden in the Rocky Mountains between Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the Canadian border by a reclusive millionaire adventurer named Forrest Fenn. The treasure hunt began when Fenn published a poem containing clues to the chest's location in 2010.

Our Favorite Chip & Dip Appetizers

If you prefer, you can roast a halved, seeded butternut squash at 350A for 45 minutes or until soft. Scoop 10 ounces of flesh, and use in place of the puree.

Election registration closes; Democrats eye governor's seat

Democratic New Mexico state Rep. Tomas Salazar of Las Vegas, N.M., center, registers to run for re-election at the Secretary of State's Office in Santa Fe, N.M., Tuesday, March 13, 2018.

3 members of New Mexico prison gang convicted; 1 acquitted

Three members of the Syndicato de Nuevo Mexico prison gang have been convicted in a Las Cruces federal court while a fourth defendant has been acquitted of all charges. After nearly a week of deliberations, jurors on Monday convicted Anthony Ray Baca, Daniel Sanchez and Carlos Herrera of engaging in a criminal racketeering enterprise including committing violent crimes to further the purposes of the gang that formed in the aftermath of a deadly 1980 prison riot in Santa Fe.

Video: Man facing 6th DWI rams truck into officer's patrol unit

A New Mexico man with a history of drunk driving gave State Police officers quite the attitude when they caught him. It all started last Tuesday when State Police got a tip about a drunk driver on I-25 near Santa Fe.

State of New Mexico v. Oscar Arvizo

Hector H. Balderas, Attorney General, Laura Erin Horton, Assistant Attorney General, Santa Fe, NM for Petitioner Bennett J. Baur, Chief Public Defender, Steven James Forsberg, Assistant Appellate Defender, Santa Fe, NM for Respondent {1} In this case we consider whether a child victim's opposition to sexual contact by a relative, after the contact already occurred, negates the element of coercion. Defendant Oscar Arvizo was found guilty of two counts of criminal sexual contact of a minor by a person in a position of authority-one in the second degree and one in the third degree.

Webber sees 'future of unlimited potential'

Mayor Alan Webber shakes hands Monday with outgoing Mayor Javier Gonzales after Webber presented Gonzales with a gift during his inauguration at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. Luis SA nchez Saturno/The New Mexican Mayor Alan Webber addresses the crowd during his inauguration at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center on Monday, March 12, 2018.

Union leader, accused of harassment, out at labor federation

Jon Hendry is no longer president of the New Mexico Federation of Labor, the AFL-CIO said late Monday in a statement days after a former employee filed a lawsuit accusing the prominent local film industry figure of sexual harassment. The longtime business agent for IATSE Local 480 representing film and television crews, Hendry has been one of the most visible advocates for the labor movement in New Mexico - a voice for progressive causes and a regular presence at the Legislature who has close ties to Democratic leaders in Santa Fe.

Let the light shine on annex

The gift of $4 million toward transforming a squat brick building into a sleek contemporary museum designed to catch the light is a giant step toward the dream of creating an annex for the New Mexico Museum of Art. The donation, from Robert and Ellen Vladem of Santa Fe, is the single largest gift in the history of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation - and it puts Centennial Campaign organizers close to their goal of $10 million for the annex.

Couple bring immersive-adventure games to Santa Fe

At Escape Room Santa Fe, participants can choose Lost in the Tomb, an Egyptian-inspired puzzle room. Participants have one hour to unlock all the puzzles hidden around the room that will let them escape.

Pair accused of targeting high school students for prostitution ring

Authorities have arrested one of two people accused of luring high school students into an Oklahoma City prostitution ring, according to KFOR. On Thursday, officials announced that warrants had been issued for a man police say was "one of the most well-known pimps in Oklahoma City at one time," 45-year-old Germaine Coulter, and one of his main alleged prostitutes, 35-year-old Elizabeth Andrade.

What's possible at city campus?

The first results are in, and residents of Santa Fe who participated in a communitywide survey about the future of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design campus have priorities. They want the city to take advantage of what is there, both for film and higher education.

Joe Cervantes is no ordinary Joe, but has no chance in governor's race

Martinez did plenty of damage soon after taking office, attacking New Mexico's burgeoning movie industry and needlessly dismantling the state system for treating addicts and people with mental illness. In response to a governor who should have been vulnerable, Democrats nominated Gary King to challenge Martinez when she ran for re-election in 2014.

SF Board of Supervisors to Hear Anti-nuclear War Resolution

Beyond the Bomb SF has big news -- the San Francisco Board of Supervisors will discuss a resolution condemning Trump's nuclear recklessness and voicing our city's support for legislation restricting the president's unchecked nuclear authority. Supervisor Katy Tang will introduce the resolution on Tuesday, March 13 at the board's meeting.

Expectations high for remade City Council

Santa Fe's governing body this week will welcome, alongside Mayor-elect Alan Webber, three brand-new city councilors - the largest influx of fresh faces to win seats on the eight-member council since 2006. The turnover also will mark the departures of three of the council's most distinct personalities, who together had 28 years of experience on the dais.

Dark days for immigrants

Immigration sweeps, in Santa Fe and across the country, have become part and parcel of daily life for too many of our neighbors. The worry that must always accompany being in a country without proper documentation has escalated beyond the tolerable - people are living in fear, aware that in an instant, their lives could be shattered.

Video: Santa Fe man caught with thousands of dollars worth of stolen goods

He's a name familiar to police and the public. And now, he's now accused in a burglary case where more than $80,000 worth of items were stolen.

Tibet still matters'

Standing before a photo of the Dalai Lama, Tashi Juchungtsang speaks Saturday on the Plaza during a peace rally organized by the Tibetan Association of Santa Fe in commemoration of the 1959 uprising in Tibet against China's invasion. Sami Edge/The New Mexican.

How Illinois voters could get a shot of 'instant democracy'

A man walks to use a voting booth March 1, 2016, at one of the Virginia primary election polling stations at Colin Powell Elementary School, in Centreville, Virginia. A man walks to use a voting booth March 1, 2016, at one of the Virginia primary election polling stations at Colin Powell Elementary School, in Centreville, Virginia.

Road to Diablo Canyon is rough ride

Old Buckman Road, the passage used by many to access Diablo Canyon and the Rio Grande, often finds itself in ill repair. The road suffers from washboarding caused by precipitation, or lack thereof, and the tires of vehicles forming the patterns.

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