Raisin' some dust TUCSON CITIZEN Feb 21, 2010 (…) Citizen Photo Feb. 24, 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Otto R. Eicher (in noose) were welcomed to Tucson's Fiesta de los Vaqueros in traditional western style today, as the city's Vigilantes and Barbara Bell, a rodeo princess, told them to reach for the sky on Interstate 10-and stick around for five days, courtesy of the City of Tucson and Tucson Jaycees. The Eichers, from Sandusky, Ohio, were selected at random. TUCSON CITIZEN Tags Bonnie Henry 85714 As featured on Bonnie Henry: Raisin' some dust Baseball teams and golf tournaments may come and go, but the rodeo and its attendant hoopla … Photo gallery: Rodeo history A look at the history of the Tucson rodeo. Trending in Home + Life Single mom of 5 is teacher, mentor, volunteer — Wonder Woman? VALLES DE JACOME, Estela (1914-2016) loading... Most Popular Tucson man convicted of sex abuse of minor Gunman killed during Tucson chase served prison time for robbery Bisbee Breakfast Club expands in Tucson Wildcats star Baena won 1996 NCAA golf title with unlikely eagle Single mom of 5 is teacher, mentor, volunteer — Wonder Woman?