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Las Vegas is a city and county seat of San Miguel County, New Mexico, United
States. Once two separate municipalities (one a city and the other a town) both
named Las Vegas, west Las Vegas ("Old Town") and east Las Vegas ("New Town"),
separated by the Gallinas River, retain distinct characters and separate, rival
school districts. The population was 14,565 at the 2000 census. Las Vegas, NM is
located 110 miles south of Raton, New Mexico, 65 miles east of Santa Fe, New
Mexico, 122 miles northeast of Albuquerque, New Mexico, 257 miles south of
Colorado Springs, Colorado, and 326 miles south of Denver, Colorado.
A railroad was constructed to the town in 1880. To maintain control of
development rights, it established a station and related development one mile
(1.6 km) east of the Plaza, creating a separate, rival New Town (as occurred
elsewhere in the Old West. The same competing development occurred in
Albuquerque, for instance). During the railroad era Las Vegas boomed, quickly
becoming one of the largest cities in the American Southwest.
Turn-of-the-century Las Vegas featured all the modern amenities, including an
electric street railway, the "Duncan Opera House" at the northeast corner of 6th
Street and Douglas Avenue, a Carnegie library, a major Harvey House hotel, and
the New Mexico Normal School (now New Mexico Highlands University). Since the
decline and restructuring of the railroad industry began in the 1950s, the
city's population has remained relatively constant. Although the two towns have
been combined, separate school districts have been maintained (Las Vegas City
Schools and West Las Vegas School District).
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