The June/July Issue of the Zephyr!

In This Issue…

Take it or Leave it: ‘New West Blues’ Revisited, 30 Years Later… by Jim Stiles

Yes, Some People are Still Smoking. Could We Just Leave Them Alone? …by Tonya Audyn Stiles

July 4, 1961: Murder & the Enduring Mystery at Dead Horse Point …by Jim Stiles

THE OPEN ROAD: The Suburbs …Words and Photos by Paul Vlachos

As Things Stand Now …by Damon Falke

Grand Gulch Memories: A 1974 Pack Trip with Guide Pete Steele …by Becky Brock

Discovery …by Harvey Leake

BEARS EARS’ FUTURE: Power Without Any Discernible Limit …by Stacy Young

RANGERS & THEIR RELENTLESS BIGOTRY TOWARD DOGS …by Jim Stiles

“(Still) ‘Enough Rope’”: Comparison and Contrast: Moab’s Composition Lesson …by Bill Davis

The Greatest Story Ever Told …by Harlan Green

‘PEACEFUL UPRISING’ & ‘A.L.E.C.’… COMPLICATED ADVERSARIES …by Jim Stiles (FLASHBACKS #2 OCT 2012)

ZEPHYR AMERICA: Edna Fridley’s Signs of the Times…

Herb Ringer’s American West: Riding the Lost Train Route from Chama to Durango, Colorado in 1948

HANK SCHMIDT’S MONTHLY REPORT: Arches National Monument, July 1941

The Best of the April/May Comment Section…

A Full Year of Backbone Supporters! Please Join!

1 comment for “The June/July Issue of the Zephyr!

  1. KEVEN LANGE
    June 1, 2021 at 11:38 pm

    Born and raised at Crescent Junction. My dad was Al Lange. Thanks for the article about the murder and missing girl. My mom worried about her forever. She had 3 teenaged daughters that year (almost–i was only 9). So it truly haunted her i think. Aragon killed himself a few short strides from where we lived. So sad. But I am glad to read the case now.

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