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Arizona becomes a scenic spot to say ‘I do’

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From an Old West wedding, to the Grand Canyon, the grandeur of the red rocks in Sedona or an elegant resort in Scottsdale, Arizona’s...

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Dude ranches keep western culture alive

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Lois Wordon hated horses. Then she spent some time at a dude ranch. Now, she and her husband, Keith, live on a ranch with four horses in...

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A bullish battle marked along San Pedro River

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The simple monument along the San Pedro River is only the beginning of a larger story. Along the river between Tombstone and Sierra Vista...

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Cafe Roka: One man’s dream of success

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In a 1900s building on Main Street in Bisbee, Rod Kass unleashes his passion for food. Café Roka’s long-term success demonstrates one...

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Tombstone’s new marshal shadows old legend

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  He didn’t ride in on a horse. He’s not here to make money gambling or looking for silver. And he certainly doesn’t wear boots with...

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Douglas: One last stop before Mexico

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  Every morning Antonio Navarro and five other taxi drivers park on the last block, on the last road out of Arizona. There, they wait...

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Call for gay rights finds a home in Bisbee

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The notoriously progressive, quirky city of Bisbee has been ahead of its time for a while. On June 4, 2013, Bisbee attempted to become the...

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Tombstone’s history vital to the present

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When people reminisce about the Old West, they think of air thick with the smell of blood, dust rising off the unpaved streets. They see...

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January to mark Organ Pipe’s first tours of entire park since 2003

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The entirety of Organ Pipe National Monument’s grounds opened in September, making the park’s next tour season in January the first that...

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Tasty and culturally rich: tamale time

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During the holidays, the demand for homemade tamales surpasses any other month of the year.. These individually wrapped presents involve...

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