Tombstone Courthouse among imminent closures of AZ state parks
The original Cochise County courthouse in Tombstone has been part of the Arizona State Parks system since 1959.
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#1 Feb 2, 2010
How sad that such a great historical place is shut down, what is Arizona thinking??? This is a huge part of all western history. The fee to go inside is crazy, but it still a great spot to visit. Why not just let the city run it.
#2 Feb 2, 2010
It probably endangers the spotted desert cockroach's "habitat", or something ridiculous like that. Tree hugging liberals can ruin just about anything, so it doesn't surprise me that the liberal dumbasses who run this state would shut down a historical site such as this.
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