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New to the newsroom: Grand Canyon News welcomes new reporter

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – New to Arizona and the Williams-Grand Canyon area, Erin Owensby takes over as reporter for Grand Canyon News. …read more Source:: GC News       …

Craig Sanderson wins primary election for mayor of Tusayan, appointed to council

On Sept. 1 Craig Sanderson, was appointed to the Tusayan Town Council after winning the primary election for the office of mayor. Sanderson will sit on the council until the…

Escalade Project to go before Navajo Council

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – A proposed 420-acre development along the eastern rim of the Grand Canyon, which would include a gondola tramway delivering visitors to the canyon floor has seen…

Rotary Chili Cook-off, community grant awards Sept. 22

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – Grand Canyon Rotary Club invites the community to attend the annual chili cook-off and see who will take home the $50 grand prize for people’s choice…

Clover, Cutter, Belknap and Katie Lee to be inducted into River Runners Hall of Fame

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – The John Wesley Powell River History Museum in Green River, Utah has partnered with regional conservation non-profit, Plateau Restoration, for the annual River Rendezvous and River…

Closure area for North Rim Saddle Mountain Wilderness area reduced

FREDONIA, Ariz. – A closure order for the Saddle Mountain Wilderness area associated with the Fuller Fire on the North Kaibab Ranger District has been modified to reflect a smaller…

Tusayan Fire trains for car fire scenarios Aug. 23

TUSAYAN, Ariz. – Tusayan Fire Department participates in training for car fires Aug. 23. A donated car was set ablaze at the water treatment plant for the training. …read more…

Grand Canyon goes to the birds for Sept. 10 festival

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – When the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service began one of its most challenging captive breeding programs in 1983, less than 20 critically endangered California condors remained…

More than meets the eye: the heart of volunteers and partners

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – In a country where the majority of people live comfortably in the middle class, we quite often become so accustomed to our own cultural norms that…

Owl rescued from barbed wire fence

TUSAYAN, Ariz. – More than 500 different species call the Grand Canyon and surrounding areas home, so it’s no surprise that, occasionally, one of them gets into a sticky situation.…

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