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MURDERED ON THE STREETS OF TOMBSTONE
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This may change your mind on the most famous gunfight in the west.
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Horses and their People
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TOMBSTONE'S COWBOYS!
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THE COCHISE COUNTY COWBOYS.
Who were Tombstone's Infamous Cowboys?
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HOPE AND HARDSHIP: Chapeter 62
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Tombstone's Clipped History

ROMANTIC MARRIAGE
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YESTERWEST
by Gary Ledoux

1882, February - On two separate occasions in February, once in Contention City and again in Tombstone, a disgruntled Ike Clanton tried to bring murder charges against Wyatt, Virgil and Morgan Earp and their friend Doc Holliday for their part in the OK Corral shootout five month prior. Meanwhile, in nearby New Mexico, Sheriff Pat Garrett collected his $500 reward for ridding the populace of Billy The Kid.


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from James Huble
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The February 2015 issue of Tombstone Times also features "May Holland Saunders"; by Karen Mazzeo SOUTHERN ARIZONA AND TOMBSTONE EVENTS, TOMBSTONE TOURIST DIRECTORY and more!

TOMBSTONE ARIZONA
COMING EVENTS

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Vigilante Days - February 14, 15, 16, 2015 - This yearly event, now held in February, commemorates an integral part of Tombstone's unique heritage. Activities include gunfight reenactments, street entertainment, gunfight competitions, hangings and more. The 10k run will still be in August. For more information visit their web site at: www.TombstoneVigilantes.com

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TOMBSTONE at Twilight - February 28, 2015 - Enjoy an evening of shopping and entertainment in historic Tombstone Arizona! This monthly event takes place the 4th Saturday evening of each month where you can shop, dine and be entertained. Shops will stay open late and there will be gunfights in the streets, featuring the Blood at Dusk Gunfighters. Experience the flash of gunfire in the evening hours. Shopping will get you an extra treat in the form of a raffle ticket. For every purchase you make after 5:00 p.m. you will receive a ticket for one of three raffle prizes during the evening. You must be present to win Details will be updated on their Tombstone at Twilight Facebook page.
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Tombstone Association of the Arts Annual Open Show for Artists - During the month of March 2015- Open show for local artists the entire month of March. Held at the Tombstone Art Center. Art Center is located next door to the City of Tombstone Visitor Center. For more information, call (520) 457-2380

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6th Annual Tombstone Wild West Days - March 14 - 15, 2015- On Saturday March 14th, and Sunday March 15th the Wild West Detachment, Marine Corps League are proud to present the 6th Annual Tombstone Wild West Days - A salute to the Brave Men and Women of the Armed Forces.

Saturday will feature Street Entertainment from 10am - 4pm on Allen Street, USO Canteen Dance from 6pm - 9pm at Big Nose Kate's Saloon. Silent Auction during the evening.

Sunday features a Salute to the Troops & St. Patrick's Day Parade at 11am. If you would like to submit an entry into the Parade, there is no Entry Fee. Signup will be on 6th and Allen Streets Starting at 9:30am the day of the parade. The 'Wearing of Green' is encouraged!

This event is Open to the Public! For any additional information please contact Bill Pakinkis at 520.266.5266 or by email at broncobill@powerc.net

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Rose Tree Festival - April 10, 11, 12, 2015 - This year's event celebrates the 130th blooming of the World's Largest Rose Tree. See the "Softer Side of Tombstone's History". The festival starts on Friday evening at 6 pm with the crowning of the Rose Queen and her court under the 9,000 square foot Rose Tree. The public is invited to attend.
Saturday activities include an old fashioned lunch box auction, Rose Tree parade, Mariachi street music /dance, and additional activities. It promises to be a fun-filled weekend for the whole family. The public is invited to participate in all of the activities.
For more information contact the Rose Tree Museum at (520) 457-3326 or email Rose_Festival@msn.com. You can also visit their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pages/Tombstone-Rose-Festival.

All event information is thought to be correct at the time of publication, however typos do occur and schedules, services and prices do change. Please be sure to use the contact information prior to your visit to verify the accuracy of event schedules. If you know of an upcoming event that should be listed here, let us know at or (520) 457-3884



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