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New spot for Thai food in Santa Fe is basic but good

The Som Tum salad, with green papaya, at Thai Cafe & Noodle Treats. (Jackie Jadrnak/For The Journal)

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-06-22 00:02:00

Breaking: Santa Fe Police silent on homicide details

SANTA FE — The Santa Fe Police Department has not released any details on a homicide that was reported Thursday afternoon.About 20 officers were called to the Avaria of Santa Fe apartments on Lorca Drive for a homicide call at about 2:45 p.m. Thursday, according to police logs. Lt. Sean Strahon sai

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-06-22 13:31:00

Santa Fe Pride parade, other events return to June

Last year, Pride events were moved to the fall. Its musical offerings were staged away from downtown, included nationally known performers and were no longer free. The goal was to create a weekend-long Pride “destination” that would attract visitors to the City Different.

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-06-22 00:01:00

Teacher Turned Principal Did It for the Children

Vera Trujillo has accomplished every feat in the educational field, but her time spent as an administrator for the latter part of her career would have never come about, if not for her mentor and coworker, Patsy Archuleta.Trujillo had already taught for 21 years in the classroom, but made the switch

RIO GRANDE SUN - 2018-06-22 18:00:00

Santa Fe Bandstand kicks off on the Plaza

Felix y Los Gatos entertained a crowd Thursday on the Plaza. The music kicked off the Santa Fe Bandstand on the Plaza event.

SANTAFE NEW MEXICAN.COM - 2018-06-22 01:00:00

Turnaround for Santa Fe's 'ugly duckling'

During the early 20th century, the famous photographer and art promoter was known for showing tribal art alongside modern photography in his galleries, among them The American Place and 291. Stieglitz was known to collect and display African tribal pieces.

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-06-22 00:01:00

Faster wireless speeds on the way to parts of Santa Fe

Last night the city's Planning Commission approved a proposal, submitted by Verizon, to use an existing light pole at Fort Marcy Ballpark into a "stealth tower."According to our partners at the Santa Fe New Mexican, the pole would improve access to the carrier's LTE service. The proposal claimed the

KOB.COM - 2018-06-22 00:00:00

Teen pleads guilty after threat to Santa Fe High School principal

A young Santa Fe man has learned the hard way that bringing a gun to school and threatening a principal’s life are no small matters at a time when the nation is wrestling with an increasing number of mass school shootings.After pleading guilty Tuesday to a felony charge of unlawfully carrying a dead


Santa Fe Brewing's home base expands

The project, which breaks ground today, includes a three-story beer hall; a beer garden promising outdoor games, a children’s area and a fire pit; and an underground barrel-aging and tasting room.

ABQJOURNAL - 2018-06-22 11:15:00

Zozobra's cousin set to burn at National Governor's Association Conference

SANTA FE, N.M .(KRQE) - Everyone has heard of Zozobra, but did you know Old Man Gloom had a cousin?Tio Coco is the main event at this year's National Governor's Association Conference in July.

KRQE NEWS 13 - 2018-06-21 18:59:59

Santa Fe artist arrested on suspicion of assaulting 10-year-old girl

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - A Santa Fe artist has been arrested on suspicion of child rape.According to an arrest warrant, 58-year-old Michael Gurule is accused of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl last month.The victim's mother told police Gurule was a family friend and often watched the girl when


Santa Fe meal delivery service provides a local touch

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - A local company is getting in on the meal delivery service trend.Santa Fe-based company "Macros Made Easy" was founded last fall by Matthew Scarborough and his fiance, Samantha Orner.It gives a local twist to companies who specialize in meal prep and ready-meals like Hello Fr

KRQE NEWS 13 - 2018-06-20 23:48:29

Jewish Care Program expanding services to Santa Fe

The Jewish Federation of New Mexico, a nonprofit organization based in Albuquerque, is expanding its Jewish Care Program to Santa Fe.“We knew there was a great deal of unfulfilled need to serve senior citizens and those in need of group counseling,” Executive Director Zachary Benjamin said in a phon

SANTAFE NEW MEXICAN.COM - 2018-06-21 01:00:00

Democratic candidate for governor speaks out against National Guard Troops at the border

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - The Democratic candidate for governor is calling on the sitting governor to pull National Guard Troops from the border.According to her statement, Michelle Lujan-Grisham says using taxpayer dollars to support an administration that is tearing children from their parents is si

KRQE NEWS 13 - 2018-06-21 14:04:28

'Serious accident' closes I-25 near Bernalillo

SOURCE: Carmen SharpeAll lanes of southbound I-25 are closed at mile marker 239.According to theSigalert systemthe closure is due to a "serious accident" but law enforcement have not released any more information on the crash.


Replica of national monument raises concern in Santa Fe

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - A statue in downtown Santa Fe is raising eyebrows. While the city says the 12-foot-tall structure symbolizes the growing economy, people KRQE News 13 spoke to were confused by it.

KRQE NEWS 13 - 2018-06-21 00:02:19

Stable school leadership a plus for Santa Fe

Stability can be an underrated virtue in these tumultuous times. Yet for Santa Fe Public Schools, having a thoughtful, solid leader in charge of the district is worth valuing.That’s why we were pleased to learn that Superintendent Veronica García could be receiving a one-year contract extension this


Santa Fe city manager, mayor announce three new department heads

Regina Wheeler, CEO of Sunpower by Positive Energy Solar, is the new director of the Public Works Department.


Santa Fe school board to weigh contract extension for superintendent

Veronica García, superintendent of Santa Fe Public Schools, should find out Wednesday whether she will receive a one-year contract extension.The school board’s special meeting agenda includes a proposal to keep García on the job through June 2020. Her current contract runs through June of next year.


This year’s highlights include renowned ‘charro’

The Rodeo de Santa Fe almost always brings a little twist to its event, which begins Wednesday at the Santa Fe Rodeo Grounds.For its 69th iteration, organizers invited world-reknownedcharro(Mexican cowboy) Tomás Garcilazo to entertain spectators this week. A native of Mexico City and a third-generat