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Animal Control gets New Ride

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For frequent visitors slithering and prancing into town, a new law enforcement vehicle is following behind them. In Tombstone, wild...

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Fire Destroys Gunfight Studio

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Old West Studio, a Western re-enactment stage, burned to the ground April 11 at the same location as Six Gun City Restaurant and Bar that...

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Update: Tombstone Superintendent Now Candidate for Sierra Vista District

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[Update] As of last night Uterhardt was not selected for the position. The Sierra Vista Board chose their interim superintendent, Kriss...

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Baseball Loses Game One, Bounces Back in Game Two

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Tombstone High baseball split its last two games, losing 6-0 to Valley Union on March 21 and beating St. Augustine Catholic 12-2 on March...

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Farmers Market Season Begins

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Farmers markets surrounding Tombstone are connecting seasonal local produce with community tables. The land surrounding the town “too...

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New App Available for Tombstone Event

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Tombstone Councilman Armando Villa created a free mobile app for the town’s monthly Tombstone at Twilight event. On the fourth Saturday of...

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City Mandates EPA H20 Codes

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Tombstone became the second city in the country to mandate water conservation standards in its building code. On March 11, Tombstone City...

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Tombstone Man Dies in Rollover

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A Tombstone man died in a rollover accident Tuesday on Charleston Road, according to a report Wednesday in the Arizona Daily Star....

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Minstrel Maintaining Tombstone’s Past

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In hopes to catch smiles from those who pass by, Ronald Koch, 56, a brightly dressed minstrel show entertainer and busker, energetically...

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Solar Panels Saving Schools Money

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Tombstone High School and Walter J. Meyer Elementary School installed covered parking in parts of their parking lots that is helping power...

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