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Since wolves were reintroduced, some eastern Arizona ranchers claim the animals have destroyed their lives.
A Fresco in the Chiricahuas?
In a little stone chapel in a lost canyon, Valer Austin re-creates the Creation.
A last look at the loons, losers and lowlights of the year.
Predictions for a new millennium
You Don't Say
The Dubious Political Correction Watch
At War on the Border
First drug dealers, next a wave of illegal immigration, then fear of terrorists--and now the rise of vigilantism. It's just a matter of time until blood is spilled in Cochise or Santa Cruz counties.
The Naked Man of Tombstone
In 1891, a man known only as O Homo bared his soul, and everything else, in the old mining town.
Eva Antonia Wilbur-Cruce was a fighter. She went to prison herself for rustling, and she kept her pistol close at hand right to the end of her life. Part 2.
The Wilbur Ranch near Arivaca was 'beautiful, cruel country,' and its owner--Eva Antonia Wilbur-Cruce--lived a hard, romantic life there. Not to mention the cattle rustlers, machine-gun killers of horses, pistol-toting assassins and other agents of a violent 20th-century cattle war. This was still the Wild West, and La Pistolera gave as good as she got.
What A Riot!
Remembering all the fun in 2001.
Leo Sonderegger may one day be seen as the backyard scribbler who turned an industry upside down and brought legitimacy to print-on-demand publishing.
An explosive look at Y2K's dubious achievements.
In the first half of the 20th century, Gabriell Dollie Wiley left a long line of bodies in her wake.
Spring training has taken the fun out of baseball.
Cuckoo For Kokopelli
What's behind the flute player's notoriety?