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'Instant sisterhood' in Grand Canyon's mule corrals

Teigan Babcock and Traci Dolan share their western connection

Finding common ground can happen anywhere… even on the trails of the Grand Canyon where wranglers Traci Dolan and Teigan Babcock have found their “long-lost twin.”

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Story time at Grand Canyon School

NPS rangers are part of classroom fun at Grand Canyon School.

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Echoes from the Canyon: history presentation shares a piece of Grand Canyon's past

Visitors to Grand Canyon were treated to "Echoes from the Canyon," a living history presentation Aug. 16-18 on the South Rim.

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Photo highlights: Grand Canyon School strides into new school year

Grand Canyon School students return to class Aug. 5.

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Food trucks get NPS welcome at Glen Canyon Recreation Area

In 2018, for the first time in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area history, the National Park Service authorized Commercial Use Authorizations (CUA’s) for food trucks at Lone Rock and Lees Ferry.

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Grand Canyon Music Festival returns for 36th season

Event features returning favorites Catalyst String Quartet, Bonfiglio Group Aug. 23 to Sept. 7

Celebrating its 36th year, the Grand Canyon Music Festival continues to chug uphill to the four decade mark, continuing its tradition of magical music in a magical place.

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Taking the lead: Debra Mollet brings engineering experience to Tusayan, Williams Ranger Districts

The new district ranger for the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts was looking to use her forestry and engineering background in a collaborative way when she was offered the position at Kaibab National Forest.

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Ball is life in Indian Country: New Netflix documentary debuts Aug. 2

Netflix documentary series highlights the resilience of Native youth; available in 120 countries and translated into more than 30 languages

The world is about to see the chaos of the amazing talent Indian Country has to offer beyond a full gym of “rez ball” fans.

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Not your average summer break: Alternative Break Citizenship School at Grand Canyon

Once a year at Grand Canyon National Park, the park service hosts a national conference for collegiate students who are opting out of the traditional party-type spring break.

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Suzanne Mathia teaches the art of monsoon photography on Grand Canyon's South Rim

While Grand Canyon residents sit dreaming of monsoon weather, Suzanne Mathia makes her way to the South Rim.

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Back to school: Seven new teachers bring different passions, experiences to Grand Canyon School

When Grand Canyon School begins Aug. 5, seven new teachers will be in the hallways and classrooms greeting students and settling in for a year of teaching on the South Rim.

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Matt Yost takes the helm at Grand Canyon School

Twenty-four years ago, Matt Yost made his way from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the Grand Canyon with a group of fellow teacher hopefuls.

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'Rumble'shares Grand Canyon's indigenous history

Southwestern Native American tribes perform dances, shares history during Rumble on the Rim

If you traveled to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon July 27 chances are you encountered quite the rumble.

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Learning through re-enactment: A visit from Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir

As part of a larger living history programming series, Grand Canyon National Park hosted Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir July 16-17.

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Havasupai's blue-green waterfall featured in new Beyoncé 'Lion King' video

For a few hours, Beyoncé had a famed blue-green waterfall in northern Arizona to herself.

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Christian ministry provides community for Grand Canyon workforce and visitors to the Rims

When planning her family's itinerary for the Grand Canyon, Ireland native Jean Stewart and her family were adamant about finding a local worship service; so she searched online and found Sunset Worship on the Rim by A Christian Ministry in a National Park (ACMNP).

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Grand Canyon Historical Society recognizes Jon and Suzette Streit for selfless dedication

Former park concession manager and wife receive Hall of Fame Award

Jon and Suzette Streit were recognized for their many years of service to the Grand Canyon community July 13 during the 20th annual Grand Canyon Historical Society picnic at Shoshone Point on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.

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Before moon landing, astronauts learned geology in Arizona

Before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin knew they would be the first to walk on the moon, they took crash courses in geology at the Grand Canyon and a nearby impact crater that is the most well-preserved on Earth.

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Flagstaff Red Screen Film Festival celebrates indigenous cinema, local filmmakers July 24-28

While the films are made by indigenous people for indigenous people, that shouldn’t limit the audience to just indigenous people.

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Rumble on the Rim: Free event celebrates Native connection to Grand Canyon July 27

Though 2019 marks the Grand Canyon’s centennial as a national park, it has been home to indigenous people for millennia.

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Tech rescues: Grand Canyon EMS personnel undergo week-long rescue training

Grand Canyon National Park Emergency Services personnel practiced technical rescues in a week-long training course.

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Photo highlights: Grand Canyon community celebrates Fourth in style

The Grand Canyon came together in Tusayan July 4 to celebrate Independence Day with a parade, live music, food, games and a laser light show.

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Hopi Kachina carver brings legends to life

Darance Mak'wesa Chimerica carves Hopi Kachinas from local and regional materials

Whether they have the head of a cow, the feathers of a hummingbird or the rich cotton hair of the snow maiden, Kachina carver Darance Mak’wesa Chimerica said all Kachina have one thing in common: they bring the promise of a good life for the humans they watch over.

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St. Mary's Food Bank moving to Planes of Fame Air Museum next month

Waiting in the hot mid-morning sun for over an hour, a group of volunteers anxiously waits for a man on a forklift to unload several hundred pounds of food from the back of a truck and place it in a tidy line.

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*Update* - Flintstone's-themed attraction, Bedrock City, reopens for one last summer hurrah

After changing hands earlier this year, fans of Bedrock City discovered that the attraction would be permanently closed to make way for a new one: Raptor Ranch.