The Saga of Three Points 

The settlement 25 miles southwest of Tucson has an awful reputation. Is there hope for the place?

Know one thing: Hector Soria doesn't personify Three Points. He only lived there. That's it. But when his name hit the papers last September, you could almost hear a cry of despair rising from that odd, grubby, inhospitable-looking crossroads settlement on the…

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