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.

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Tombstone, Arizona - Big Nose Kate's Saloon  (Some Americana)
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Raucous Tombstone, Arizona, the town too tough to die, once  boasted 14 gambling halls and 110 saloons during the 1880s. One of the most  famous saloons was owned by Big Nose Kate. Kate’s story began in Fort Griffin,  Texas, where she helped Doc Holiday escape jail. The two of them headed west,  surviving on Doc’s gambling winnings and Kate’s womanly charm.  Tombstone was a rough and rowdy mining town made famous by the exploits of the  Earp  Brothers. Hollywood has turned the renown gunfight, at O.K. Corral, into one of the  most best known tales of the west. 

Newspaper coverage of the fight at the O.K. Corral
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Tombstone, Arizona - Big Nose Kate's Saloon  (Some Americana)

Photo by Ben Prepelka

Raucous Tombstone, Arizona, the town too tough to die, once boasted 14 gambling halls and 110 saloons during the 1880s. One of the most famous saloons was owned by Big Nose Kate. Kate’s story began in Fort Griffin, Texas, where she helped Doc Holiday escape jail. The two of them headed west, surviving on Doc’s gambling winnings and Kate’s womanly charm. Tombstone was a rough and rowdy mining town made famous by the exploits of the Earp Brothers. Hollywood has turned the renown gunfight, at O.K. Corral, into one of the most best known tales of the west.¬†