Johnny Rustywire

What were their names?

I can't remember their names.
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6/8/14
Johnny Rustywire

It was summertime in the Chuska Mountains on the Navajo rez and everyone was living up in their sheep camps. There were some boys who had put in a full day of work and were heading back down to the valley below. It was 1968....

8/17/13
Johnny Rustywire

Hoskie woke up and could hear nothing and so he sat up. It was early, before light, still dark outside. He walked slowly to not make a lot of noise and could see that his wife was still sleeping and he decided to let her sleep....

7/31/13
Johnny Rustywire

One spring a few years ago, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) set up a wild horse roundup in Eastern Utah. I was doing some title search work and found myself one morning riding out with the wranglers who would be catching and rounding up the horses for the BLM adoption program....

7/10/13
Johnny Rustywire

It used to be that when Indians left the reservation to head into town they always seemed to get the short end of the stick....

6/29/13
Johnny Rustywire

It was long ago at a place not too far from Winona Trading Post along the Turquoise Trail where you came across a muddy wash that each Spring roared to life with the rain and it washed over the land so fast it raced down to a place where it cut through the rocks and flowed and they called this pl...

6/11/13
Johnny Rustywire

Editor’s Note:

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4/27/13
Johnny Rustywire

The other day I had lunch with an acquaintance of mine, Cecelia Cuch, a Northern Ute, and a friend of hers. He was an elderly Tewa gentleman from Hopiland. We were at a meeting of tribal people in Las Vegas and had taken some time for lunch and found a place to eat....

3/11/13
Johnny Rustywire

Editor’s Note:

We publish opinions to help people think about things and to help them understand issues that pop up in our lives....

1/26/13
Johnny Rustywire

It was an old building; the buildings there were all old. Built in the early 1900s, they were red brick. Some would say they were Victorian. This was a three-story building, big and square with peaked roofs from those early days....

1/12/13

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