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Squabble's Over: Rival Western History Groups Merge

Squabble's Over: Rival Western History Groups MergeIt's kind of like the old Western B-movie scene where two gunfighters meet face-to-face on Main Street and one of them always says, "This town ain't big enough for the two of us!" Well, it looks like the two gunfighters have decided the town is big enough-if they join forces.
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Quiz / Poll Answers

Which Is the West’s Oldest Continuously-Occupied City?

Which Is the West’s Oldest Continuously-Occupied City? Answer: Acoma, New Mexico

Since 1150 A.D., Acoma Pueblo has earned the reputation as the oldest continuously inhabited community in North America.

Located west of Albuquerque, the 65-mile drive to Acoma is one of New Mexico's most scenic and historic, ...
Book Reviews

A poignant final chapter for McMurtry’s Duane

A poignant final chapter for McMurtry’s Duane Review by Deborah Donovan
The fifth novel in what was originally thought by critics to be a trilogy, Rhino Ranch appears to be Larry McMurtry's last foray into the small and dying town of Thalia, Texas.

It all began with The Last Picture Show (1966), in wh...
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Western Art

Photography and Poetry Exhibition Opens at Kelso Depot Visitor Center

Photography and Poetry Exhibition Opens at Kelso Depot Visitor Center Mojave National Preserve in Southern California invites desert travelers to experience the photography of Gabriel Thorburn and the poetry of Russell Thorburn, now on exhibition in the Desert Light Gallery at the Kelso Depot Visitor Center.

The exhibit...
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People of the West

Donal Jolley’s Passion for the Southwest

Donal Jolley’s Passion for the Southwest Red sandstone canyon walls, thick pine and juniper habitats, narrow backcountry trails, cool waterfalls, pools of water on a hot summer's day and even snowy, stormy winters-all just a perfect place for a boy to explore and find adventure.

For Donal C....
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