August 6, 1881 - After Clay gives lawyer and saloon owner, J. Homer Radcliffe, a bill for his taxes, he challenges Clay to collect back taxes from a group of outlaws who are occupying different hideouts far from Tombstone but within the county. Clay uses the services of Curly Bill Brocius as his deputy and guide.
Sept 20, 1881 - The stage line into Tombstone has been plagued by outlaw Frank Masters, resulting in the death of three coach drivers. With the mayor demanding action, Clay Hollister searches the county for the outlaw. Meanwhile, the stage company and the townspeople of Tombstone post a reward for $5000; attracting the attention of two shady bounty hunters who refuse to let Hollister stand between them and their reward.
Nov 1, 1881 - Sam Brewster's cattle drive stops by Tombstone on its way to the army post. After a fight in the saloon bar, Hollister throws the cowboys out of town. Sam's son Tully stays behind to settle a score with a saloon patron only to be shot in self defense by Deputy Charlie. Brewster swears he'll return with his men after the drive if his son dies. When Tully passes away, the town folk are reluctant to stand by the sheriff to face the angry drovers. Only Curly Bill Brocius decides he'll side with the sheriff when they meet Brewster's men at the outskirts of ...
After Clay kills a cattle baron who forced a gunfight, he receives an urgent telegram ordering him to attend a meeting of Arizona sheriffs. The telegram turns out to be a ruse; part of a plot by the people of the rancher's home town who, not satisfied with the Tombstone coroner's jury of justifiable homicide, plan to execute Clay for murder after a trial before a kangaroo court.
March 24, 1884 - Gambler Raoul de Moreney arrives on the stage and soon finds himself accused of card cheating at the saloon. Harris Claibourne does some digging and discovers that he's a well known card hustler and has killed numerous men in dueling matches. When confronted, Harris refuses to retract the story and is challenged by Raoul to a duel. Can Hollister find a way to save his friend and stop the killings?
Aug 23, 1883 - While arresting two gunmen at the saloon, Hollister is saved by Jake Hoyt from being shot in the back by a third gunman. A stranger in town, Hoyt has an ulterior motive for saving Hollister's life; he's a ruthless gun who believes he'd make a better sheriff. When Hoyt guns down an innocent salesman mistaking him for a wanted man, Hollister searches for Hoyt. They meet up and face off in the street.
July 13 1882 - During an Indian attack, a miner is killed and his two partners find silver while burying his body. They decide to take the dead miner's right to the claim and not share the proceeds with his family. In Tombstone, the mood of the mining community turns sour and an angry mob want to deal out their own justice. It's up to Hollister to calm down the mob and reason with the greedy miners.
July 29 1881 - Trying to arrest an outlaw in Tombstone, Hollister is overcome by his two partners and forced to lead them across the desert to Senora Mexico, 50 miles away. Hollister knows that they'll shoot him when the crossing is finished, so he tries to wear them down in the desert heat in an attempt to survive.
Feb 3 1885 - An Apache, Tee-A-Hah, rides into Tombstone looking to avenge the death of his father in Tuscon at the hands of buffalo skinner Floyd Rank. When Floyd is killed in the streets by Tee-A-Hah, Hollister must follow him to the reservation to bring him back for trial. Floyd's brother Karl wants to deal out his own justice, Tee-A-Hah doesn't want to die with the white man's eyes watching him hang, while Hollister is caught in the middle exercising his sworn duty.
August 15, 1884 - A Mexican rancher and his foreman are ambushed and killed outside of Tombstone for a $20,000 purse they are thought to be carrying. The murders are witnessed by young Jimmy Edwards who decides to say nothing about what he's seen. The men responsible, rancher Nate Crandall and his men, figure out Jimmy's secret and entice him to participate in a robbery at the Hotel in Tombstone, where the clerk is shot and Jimmy is setup to take the fall for the robbery.
Dec 9, 1882 - The Rev. Malcolm Tuttle is on the stage heading back to Tombstone when it is held up and robbed. Hollister believes that Big Jim Sten and his men, who are coincidentally in town, may be to blame. When the Rev and Big Jim meet, Hollister detects there's something between the two men but he's unsure what it is.
June 18, 1885 - When outlaw Hode Sergeant meets his teenage son Jett from the stage in Tombstone, Hollister and his deputy follow them back to the hideout. During a shootout, Hode is killed and young Jett vows to take his revenge on Hollister for his father's death.
Buckskin Frank Leslie is paroled from Yuma prison and returns to Tombstone to be with the woman who arranged for his release - the former wife of the man he killed. The dead man's brothers don't believe five years in prison is a sufficient penalty and plan to exact their own form of justice, even though Sheriff Hollister has ordered them to get out of town by sundown.
June 1881 - Sheriff Hollister and Harris Claibourne ride into the small town of Osage to find it deserted. The town folk have left in panic when they heard that a group of rebel confederates, turned outlaws, are coming to plunder their town. While outnumbered, Hollister and Calibourne take on the raiders to restore peace in Osage.
January 16, 1882 - Clay Hollister has a problem. Having recently hired Neal Weaton as a deputy, he's living to regret it after Neal guns down another civilian in the "name of the law". He eventually makes the tough decision to fire him but Neal soon gets another job at a saloon as a guard where he continues to dispense his style of justice. Clay orders Neal to leave town.
August 2, 1882 - Mexican bandit, Augustine Ramirez and his gang rob the bank at Tombstone, killing the teller during their getaway. Hollister disguises himself as an outlaw so he can move freely through the border towns looking for his quarry.
April 28, 1889 - Lum Chen, a worker at the Can Can Restaurant in the Chinese Quarter, returns to Tombstone with his fiancé Mei Lon. Owner of the restaurant, Kwong Chee, initially accuses Lum of a robbery weeks earlier and tries to deal with the crime himself. Hollister steps in and both men refuse to talk about the matter. Soon after, two Chinese strangers arrive in town and Lum and Mei Lon disappear. Kwong identifies them as Hatchet Men of the Society, a group of Chinese assassins.
December 8, 1882 - Postmaster Clem Hawley is on a mail run when he's gunned down on the trail. When his buggy and team stampede back into Tombstone, Clay and his Deputy back track his trail and find Clem left for dead, but alive and unconscious. While out of town, the bank is robbed of the mine payroll of $15,000. Clay investigates and finds that the bank thieves were probably locals and they're still in town.
May 10, 1882 - Johnny Ringo is a popular character in Tombstone, even with Sheriff Hollister. When he loses everything in a friendly poker game, he draws his gun, takes his money and a watch and leaves the game. Witnessed by many people including the new Judge, a warrant is issued for his arrest. Clay must follow Johnny to Charleston, eight miles away, to bring him back to justice. Althought Clay does everything possible to help him, Johnny gets free and rides off into the desert followed by a posse led by Judge Reese.
June 4, 1885 - Cattle broker and former rustler, Kirk Stevens, is feeling the squeeze from Sheriff Hollister's campaign to stamp out rustling in the county. His partner Monty offers to run a newspaper in opposition to the Epitaph so they can influence public opinion against Hollister. The Bugle newspaper opens for business in Tombstone.
May 26, 1889 - Apache chief Geronimo is looking to resupply his raiding party's ammunition stocks and attacks an army supply train just north of Tombstone killing the small army guard detail. Wile Sheriff Hollister and his men search the county looking for Geronimo, he makes his way to town and hides out in a pool hall. Waiting for an illegal arms dealer to deliver his ammo, Geronimo is detected and Hollister is only steps away from an encounter with the chief.
July 9, 1886 - Running from Hollister's posse after robbing Tombstone's bank, Logan Beatty seeks refuge and medical attention for a gunshot wound at the Danbury homestead. There, he wins the affection of Danbury's daughter Kay who leaves her home for an exciting lifestyle with Logan. Hollister tracks them down to New Mexico where he tries to talk them back to returning to Tombstone. Life on the run isn't what Kay imagined, so she returns with Hollister and encourages Logan to follow.
March 27, 1882 - The town's people are angry that crime is escalating and criminals are being set free by the courts. Meanwhile, Mitt Porter and Billy Clyde kill a paymaster at the Tombstone Mine during a failed robbery attempt. Sheriff Hollister suspects the pair but has no proof. He sets a trap which leads him and his posse to a cabin where a shoot out occurs; Billy is killed and Mitt is wounded and arrested. In the hospital, Mitt's brother Dave wants him to break out and head with him to Texas. Fearing a conviction for murder, Mitt agrees.
While search for a break in the town's main waterline, Big Bill Hartley discovers a chunk of rich silver ore. He convinces an ambitious saloon girl to bankroll his mining operation and digs a shaft from an abandoned house to the pocket of silver that lies directly under Tombstone's main street. Just when Bill thinks he's struck in rich, the mine collapses, causing a girl riding on the street to be trapped inside the resulting sinkhole.
June 5, 1883 - A Mexican pack train is attacked at Skeleton Canyon. Four of the five Mexicans are killed with the survivor Don Jacinto Orosco calling for reinforcements to come to Tombstone to track down and kill the outlaws. Sheriff Hollister must persuade Orosco to let him deal with the problem in the hope of preventing an international incident.
May 10, 1885 - With the railway coming to town, the Beaumont brothers try to force a lessee cattleman off their property and frame Winnie Joe Westerby for poisoning his cattle herd. The Beaumont land is prime real estate and right in the path of the planned rail route. When Winnie Joe is found innocent and set free, the Beaumonts realize that Winnie Joe and his lawyer Frank Callaway may know too much and need to act fast to prevent Sheriff Hollister from finding the truth.
July 29, 1884 - Billy Denver comes to Tombstone and is billed at the Bird Cage Hotel as the "Fastest Gun In The World". Clay is concerned that there will be a dozen or more locals who would be glad to take him on. When Johnny Pearce and his brother Dick come to watch the show, Johnny believes that Billy is all show and is determined to go up against him.
May 10, 1881 - A religious sect decides to settle down five miles from Tombstone and Ben Ashdown, one of the young men, goes to work for Harris. However, Lige Crown and his friends want to drive them away from Tombstone. They plan to tar and feather Elder Elias Ransom.
June 19, 1882 - Outlaw Ed Mace is passing through Tombstone when he kills two men in a saloon, one of those being Clay Hollister's deputy. Mace leaves town headed for Durango where he intends to kill Doc Holliday. Mace is looking for revenge for his bother's death back in Texas. Sheriff Hollister, having been deputized as a US Marshal, goes after Mace and his gang.
Sept 2, 1885 - Con man George Camden and his sister Patricia arrive in Tombstone. Soon after getting off the stage, they visit an old friend and associate Aaron McCafin and take possession of his Double T ranch. George hatches a plan to invite Sheriff Hollister out for Sunday lunch, and while he's being entertained by Patricia, George slips into town and robs the bank.
Young troublemaker Billy Clanton makes a pass at Lisa Carew, getting into a fight with her father, who has promised Lisa to Johnny Coster. But Lisa, feeling stifled by her father and Johnny's tight-knit Cornish community, runs away from her home and comes to Clay for help.
Bill Doolin, a former outlaw recently released from prison, returns to Tombstone only to discover his wife has been kidnapped. She is being held prisoner by the family of a man about to go on trial for murder where the star witness will be Clay Hollister. They will only release her if Doolin kills Sheriff.
A pretty blonde arrives on the stage in Tombstone. Julie Dixon is traveling between towns working as a faro dealer while she tries to find her brother Sam, a gambler and a murderer. Sheriff Hollister is intrigued by the fact that she meets every incoming stagecoach. What the sheriff doesn't know is the real reason behind why Julie is so intent on finding Sam.
A disheveled escapee from Yuma prison breaks into the Epitaph office and at gunpoint, convinces Harris Claibourne to look into the court records of his murder conviction. Claiming his innocence, Vince Harper states that on the night of the murder his gun had been taken from him by a saloon girl named Laura Coleman, who seems to have disappeared soon after the trial. Arriving in town at the same time is the prison guard Captain, looking to take Harper back to prison dead or alive, preferably dead. Hollister doesn't care for the Captain's ethics and commences his own ...
Oct 13, 1886 - A wounded Mexican freedom fighter, Santiago is fleeing with his men "The Faceless Ones" through the town of Tombstone. Sheriff Clay Hollister permits the small group to resupply but insists they move out of the territory. Finding the fatally wounded Santiago and his men held up in a cave just outside town, Hollister agrees to bring Santiago's younger brother to him before he dies. What Hollister doesn't realize is that Santiago's brother is not who he seems to be.
August 12, 1886 - Former bank robber Sam Colby and his two partners intend to ambush and rob an army payroll wagon using a stolen Gatling gun. After setting their trap, Colby rides into Tombstone to purchase as much ammunition as he can and comes into contact with Harris Claibourne and his former fiancé Sarah Medford. Colby's violent actions bring him to the attention of Sheriff Clay Hollister who has serious concerns about Colby and the real reasons behind his visit.
July 16, 1885 - The Black Marshal of Deadwood, Marshal Daggett, arrives in Tombstone to settle down as a rancher. Sheriff Hollister is concerned that once word gets out that he's in town, criminals from his past will come to Tombstone seeking revenge. When Hollister finds out his gun hand has been crippled from a previous wound, he does all he can to keep Daggett safe.
June 9, 1888 - Clay Hollister arrests Milo Wade for murder in a border town and begins the return journey to Tombstone to take Wade back for trial. On the trail, Wade is freed by his young brother Seth and they leave Hollister for dead in the desert.
July 7, 1884 - A young Barton Clark Jr. comes to Tombstone to learn about life and takes a job with Clay Hollister as a jailer. When Hollister arrests Rose, wanted in Texas for cattle rustling and robbery, Barton falls for her charms and soon falls in love. Rose takes advantage of the situation and has Barton help her to escape by knocking the sheriff unconscious.