Tombstone, Arizona - Boothill
The term “Boot Hill,” for the final resting place of those who “died with their boots on,” probably originated in Dodge City, Kansas.  Tombstone’s Boot Hill, used 1879-1884, fell into neglect after it was replaced by a cemetery just beyond the west end of Allen Street.  
The headstone that always comes to mind when I think of Boothill is:

Here lies Les Moore,
Six shots from a .44,
No Les,
No More.

Tombstone, Arizona - Boothill

The term “Boot Hill,” for the final resting place of those who “died with their boots on,” probably originated in Dodge City, Kansas.  Tombstone’s Boot Hill, used 1879-1884, fell into neglect after it was replaced by a cemetery just beyond the west end of Allen Street.  

The headstone that always comes to mind when I think of Boothill is:

Here lies Les Moore,

Six shots from a .44,

No Les,

No More.

Spotted owl could be game-changer in Tombstone water war - CNN.com

A Mexican spotted owl sits in a tree in Coronado National Forest. The owl is a threatened species, and until a few days ago its presence in Miller Canyon was a matter of speculation. But now that it has surfaced, the owl could be a game-changer in the water war between the U.S. Forest Service and Tombstone, Arizona

HH:  Tombstone, the town too tough to die - That water will be restored according to the latest news.