Nestled among cottonwood trees along the Animas River in northwest New Mexico, Aztec was named after 12th century Puebloan ruins. Aztec has been a thriving community for almost a millenia, and along the way has garnered a boatload of stories ranging from Billy the Kid to UFO crashes. But one of the town's most endearing stories is about Aztec's Old Soreheads.
Today, the Sorehead tradition continues thanks to the town's community newspaper, the Aztec Talon. Every year...