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After three years of emotionally-charged hearings in a Cochise County courtroom, a New Mexico woman accused of causing the death of another motorist after she made a U-turn on State Route 80 was sentenced to four years probation.

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TOMBSTONE — Tombstone High School sports programs and clubs will benefit from an all-volunteer fundraiser.

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TOMBSTONE — For the first time in its 100-year history, Tombstone Unified School District has an actual governing board room.

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Doc Holli-DAYS, a tribute to historic gambler, gunfighter and dentist John Henry Holliday, is being celebrated in Tombstone on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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Tombstone Unified School District Superintendent Robert Devere is responding to concerns about how meals are provided to students at the high school.

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Tombstone Unified School District reported a smooth first day of school Monday, with buses arriving on schedule and students starting classes without any problems.

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Tombstone High School Salutatorian Christina Tucker has been in the Tombstone Unified School District for seven years, starting at Huachuca City School.

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TOMBSTONE — Tombstone’s initial Health and Safety Fair, an event organized by Healthy Tombstone, drew a steady stream of attendees to the town’s park on Saturday.

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TOMBSTONE — St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, hailed as one of Tombstone’s historic treasures, is topped with a majestic bell tower.

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TOMBSTONE — The stately old Tombstone High School building on Fremont Street has been sold.

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PHOENIX — Edna Landin was selected as a 2022 Hall of Fame Honoree by the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame. Landin spent 15 years promoting and publicizing the city of Tombstone and was vital to the preservation of Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park.

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TOMBSTONE — Stepping into Redding Hardware and Goods, customers are immediately greeted with friendly service and a well-stocked hardware store.

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The streets of Tombstone filled with braying burros Saturday as nearly 70 donkey-human teams competed in the third annual Desert Donkey Dash.

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TOMBSTONE — Tombstone Unified School District has a new governing board president in Randy Keeling.