- CLIFTON -- In one corner of the Clifton Cemetery, an unmarked grave silently braves the blistering sun, surrounded by wrought iron fencing. It houses the remains of Teresa Urrea. She is mostly forgotten today, but in her lifetime she was considered a saint by many and a rabble rouser by others.
- CLIFTON -- The folks in Clifton have finally seen their flood gate in action, but nobody's certain even yet whether or not it will hold back the waters. After the San Francisco River overran its banks and flooded the community twice in the 1970s and again in 1983, the Army Corps of Engineers and the ...
- It's not much to look at, just a hole blasted into a huge rock, but Clifton's first jail is worth taking a look at because of a couple of notable details in its history. One deals with its construction; the other with its first occupant.