Tom Horn in Colorado

Tom Horn was hanged in Cheyenne, Wyoming, on Nov. 20, 1903, for the murder of a teenager in Wyoming.


But before that occurred, he spent a considerable amount of time in Colorado, both as a hired assassin for large cattle companies, and as a lawman in pursuit of outlaws.

Here is the link to my column about Horn that appeared in The Daily Sentinel this week.

Tom Horn 11-18-19.


Cavalry in Canyon Country

Film director John Ford’s interest in Monument Valley and southeastern Utah has long fascinated me

So, on the 70th anniversary of the release of “She Wore a Yellow Ribbon” I decided to write a column about it. The link is below.

Yellow Ribbon

Ford Trilogy 11-4-19