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New marshal wants to help promote town’s history

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John Houston couldn’t believe his eyes. After cruising through the city of Tombstone, Houston decided to take a look online at the job...

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Entrepreneurs find their niche in Southeast Arizona

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John Fields drove to Tombstone in 2009 with his dog Jenny and never left. Living in Mesa and selling RVs, Fields said after the market...

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Safety issues bring the party back across the border

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Amanda Moreno, 21, has lived in Douglas since she was born. Three years ago, she made the move to Tucson to pursue her education at the...

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Tombstone says ‘No!’ to motorcycles on Allen Street

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Tombstone is saying no to motorcycles, and it’s not sitting well with many in the community. Those who have long supported...

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Custom cowboy boots spurring business

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   Over 200,000 people attended Tucson’s La Fiesta de los Vaqueros this February.   Amid the crowd, a woman with a skin-tight,...

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Southern Arizona wineries flourish despite the climate

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Southern Arizona’s climate seems like an unlikely choice for a winery. But in the Sonoita area, soil has tested nearly equal in quality to...

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Farmer’s genetic engineering breeds top notch chiles

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PEARCE, Ariz. – Chances are, if you’ve enjoyed a chile pepper or any type of chile product recently, those peppers can trace their origins...

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Legends of gold shimmer in state history

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There are a lot of gold diggers in Arizona. More specifically, Arizona is host to a mine’s worth of gold legends. These legends are so...

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Bisbee’s Warren Ballpark pitches memories

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Warren Ballpark was named after Bisbee’s most renown drunk. George Warren was a man who bet the equivalent of $20 million today that he...

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Visitors tee off at the border

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A fence separates Naco, Arizona, from Naco, Sonora, but wedged in the Turquoise Valley is the reason many people visit this part of the...

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