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At Santa Fe High, a principal who’s a pal
Minutes after the opening bell, Principal Carl Marano began moving around the campus of Santa Fe High with purposeful strides, maintaining momentum as he did some 30 years ago as a point guard for the school’s boys basketball team.Tuesday was the first day of the 2018-19 school year, and Marano, sta
Police reports detail sex abuse allegations against former Santa Fe mayor
Ever since he entered the rough-and-tumble world of politics, former Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales was dogged by whispered and unsubstantiated allegations that he sexually abused a younger female cousin during his adolescence.Members of the well-known and politically connected Gonzales family never
Dangerous situations to bear in mind in Santa Fe
Donna Ilves and her husband Rob Ilves see so much wildlife in the wooded area around their home near Cañada de Los Alamos east of Santa Fe that they’ve taking to naming the animals .“Oh yes, we name everything,” she said. “Sly Fox, Chippy the Chipmunk. The deer, we had: Oh, My, Yes, Maybe and John.”
Car fire closes southbound US 84/285 near Santa Fe
According to the Regional Emergency Communications Center, the fire which was reported at 12:58 p.m., caused the closing of the southbound lanes. No injuries were reported.
"We are the Seeds" offers Food & Entertainment in Santa Fe
There is a great event in Santa Fe called "We are the Seeds" where you can enjoy festive indigenous art and culture, with music, dance, fashion, native food and more.
Santa Fe school district implements new check-in system
SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - The Santa Fe School district is tightening security policies as students head back to school.Public schools have implemented a new check-in system for parents and community members visiting campus.Officials say the scan in style "Raptor System" adds an extra level of security
Monumental installation by Cannupa Hanska Luger kicks off Santa Fe Indian Market Week
SANTA FE, NM.-The monumental installation, Every One, by Cannupa Hanska Luger kicked off Santa Fe Indian Market Week, Saturday, August 11, 2018, when it opened at the Museum of International Folk Art, 706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe. An artist talk with Luger is Thursday, August 16 at 2 pm, also at the Mu
Riding with pride at gay rodeo in Santa Fe
For the folks at this weekend’s gay rodeo in Santa Fe, there was more to it than bucking broncos, barrel racing and throwing a lasso.It was about about breaking stereotypes, then building something stronger.Something like community.
Santa Fe schools to check ID of visitors
“This is going to help us better know who is in our schools and add an additional layer of safety and security,” said Jeff Gephart, the district’s spokesman.
Family pleas fail to sway robber’s sentence
Family and friends of Reyes Barela tearfully asked a judge for leniency at the Rio Rancho man’s sentencing on two armed robbery and conspiracy convictions Monday.But state District Judge T. Glenn Ellington was unmoved, sentencing Barela to 24 years in prison.“I’ve never heard any remorse from you at
Police investigate report of shots fired
No injuries were reported, police said. According to a police report, a witness sitting on a bench at the bus stop near 4601 Airport Road saw the incident before 5 p.m. Sunday.
AP News - APNewsBreak: Johnson to make Libertarian bid for Senate seat
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Former Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson is campaigning to unseat New Mexico's junior Democratic U.S. senator, seeking political opportunity in the space between Democrats and voters loyal to President Donald Trump.
Report of shots fired briefly shuts Airport Road
No one was hit and there was no property damage in the incident, which was reported just before 5 p.m., a police spokesman said. No suspects are in custody and the road was reopened soon after.
Santa Fe Indian Market embraces the full spectrum of American Indian art establishing Native Art Week
SANTA FE, NM.-The world’s oldest, largest and most prestigious contemporary Native American art event,
911 call, police body cam video released in alleged Santa Fe racial profiling case
The incident happened last Friday, Aug. 3, at the Santa Fe Allsup’s store on Cerrillos Road near St. Francis.
Family, friends desperate for answers after murder of Santa Fe businessman
His killer is still on the loose.Now, police are asking neighbors for helpsolving the case because right now, they only have a few clues.
New Mexico News: Governor Susana Martinez Announces $1.5 Million in Relief Fund for Valencia and Santa Fe Counties | STL.News
Santa Fe,NM– Today, GovernorSusana Martinezannounced $1.5 million in relief funds for Valencia and Santa Fe Counties to aid in recovery efforts following flooding in both counties. The emergency funding provided under the New Mexico Disaster Assistance Program will provide relief through financial
Activist in Santa Fe rape case also suspected in Seattle
Redwolf Pope, a Native American activist charged with raping a woman in Santa Fe last year, also faces rape accusations in Seattle, a police statement shows.Pope, 41, who court documents say has homes in both Seattle and Santa Fe, was charged in Santa Fe in late July with criminal sexual penetration
Santa Fe Public Schools has nearly a full house
While other districts in the state and nation may be struggling to find enough teachers to cover classrooms by the first day of school, leaders of Santa Fe Public Schools are confident they will have almost all of their teaching positions filled by the time students return next week.As of Friday, th
Santa Fe Animal Shelter Waives Adoption Fees On Adult Cats Through August
“Kitten season is a busy time for all animal shelters, especially ours,”said Murad Kirdar, Public Relations Officer of the Santa Fe Animal Shelter. “The surge of kittens leaves the older cats less desirable to potential adopters. We hope this campaign will help find many of our adult cats their seco