Bonnie Henry: Tombstone days

Bonnie Henry: Tombstone days

Arizona Daily Star  – ‎Oct 31, 2015‎
A sign marks a street closed in Tombstone, Ariz., Monday, Oct. 19, 2015, where an actor staging a historical gunfight in the Old West town was shot with a live round during a show that was supposed to use blanks.

Tombstone, St. David, Willcox all earn state volleyball berths

Sierra Vista Herald  – ‎Oct 30, 2015‎
Tombstone is in. Further representing Cochise County in next week’s AIA volleyball state tournaments, so are Willcox and St. David.

Tombstone debating merits of blanks following shooting

Eastern Arizona Courier  – ‎Nov 1, 2015‎
“Tombstone just hasn’t felt like Tombstone without gun skits in the streets,” said Councilman Armando Villa. In a gun reenactment skit held by the Tombstone Vigilantes, a nonprofit that holds outdoor gun skits to honor the town’s rich history, live

Crafts Arts and Collectables in Tombstone Nov. 14

Willcox Range News  – ‎Oct 28, 2015‎
More than 30 vendors will hold a sale of “Crafts, Arts & Collectables” on Saturday, Nov. 14 at the Tombstone American Legion Auxiliary building, 225 E. Allen St. in Tombstone.

Tombstone saddlemaker keeps fading art form alive

Arizona Sonoro News  – ‎Oct 29, 2015‎
Geno D’Ambrose stands outside his saddlemaking store in Tombstone. (Photo by Yiji Miyaji/Arizona Sonora News). Walk into Tombstone Old West Books and sense years of cowboy history.

After gun show shooting Tombstone saying ‘no’ to blanks

Arizona Sonoro News  – ‎Oct 29, 2015‎
The Tombstone Vigilantes perform in the Helldorado Days festival on Saturday, Oct. 17. (Photo by Emily Lai / Arizona Sonora News Service).

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