Sierra Vista, Az. has a population over 49,000. The city is the economic and commercial center of Cochise County, and northern Sonora, Mexico. Sierra Vista annexed Fort Huachuca, one of the largest employers in Arizona, and the adjacent community, in 1971. Miller Peak (9,440 feet or 2,877 meters) is the highest point. The Mule, Dragoon, Whetstone, and Huachuca Mountains are visible from town. The Gray Hawk Nature Center offering nature education programs and housing live reptile and invertebrate exhibits is located nearby on the San Pedro River.
Quite possibly one of the most famous Wild West cities in the history of America, Tombstone has been portrayed over the years in a variety of formats, ranging from film to theater to novels a…