Toni Leo’s love of horses has landed her in the Canelo Hills as caretaker of over 40 horses, donkeys, a couple of mules, geese, cats and a rather elderly goat.
TerraSol: A Place for Campers to Rest and Recover
Mary Tolena, a Seattle native and former corporate executive, is the owner-operator of a new campground on Harshaw Road.
Out of the Ashes, a New Local Bar
The recently opened Ranch House Tavern in Sonoita is a gathering place for local ranchers, cowboys and travelers in the tradition of Cunningham’s Ranch House Bar and Restaurant, which occupied the same site until its destruction by arson in 2017.
Portraits in Recycled Wood
Kasia Palermo’s journey from London fashion model to Sonoita artist.
Wild Heart Retreats Help Women Take the Reins
Dawn Lewis of Patagonia’s historic Double Staple Ranch has created a new four-day retreat program to help horsewomen work towards self-growth.
Artist Launches New Gallery
In past lives Kat Cudney was a singer, barmaid and stuntwoman. Now she’s an award-winning artist who’s landed on her feet in a popular new studio/gallery space in Patagonia.
Brothers Partner With Goats to Prevent Fires
Michael and Dan McGuire’s new business uses goats and sheep to clear fuel loads from landscapes.
Two Longtime Educators Retire From Elgin School
Tami Cubillas and Angela Brown, two teachers who have made a difference in the lives of their students over the years, are leaving Elgin School.
Racing Returns to Sonoita
The community welcomed back this yearly celebration of fast horses, fancy hats, mint juleps, and live streaming of the Kentucky Derby.
Elgin’s Grumpy Goat Ranch Sells Products at Local Markets and Wineries
Meet Gail and Richard Jauck and their thriving herd of San Clemente Island goats.