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Employers inform, hire Grand Canyon students at annual job fair

Grand Canyon students had an opportunity to meet with potential employers and learn about available positions at the school’s annual job fair April 11.

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Colorado River Adventure

Grand Canyon students embarked on a Colorado River adventure with Grand Canyon Youth March 29-April 1.

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Museum of Northern Arizona showcases new exhibit

Native Peoples of the Colorado Plateau exhibit opens April 15 at Museum of Northern Arizona; Native community invited to exclusive, free preview April 14

The Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) will unveil an expanded and revitalized gallery called Native Peoples of the Colorado Plateau with an exclusive preview for Native people April 14.

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Local photographer Ronnie Tierney wins Grand Canyon annual pass contest

Grand Canyon National Park announced Veronica “Ronnie” Tierney as its annual pass photo contest winner March 29.

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Bald eagle rescued, released near Grand Canyon

A bald eagle is flying high after being rescued near Grand Canyon in January.

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9th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival returns to Flagstaff April 14

Event includes seven films, raffle, live music and silent auction to benefit Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project

A series of films about the world’s most endangered animals — including Arizona’s Mexican gray wolves — takes center stage April 14 at the Coconino Center for the Arts.

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Grand Canyon Association announces 10th annual Celebration of Art

Grand Canyon Association announced its lineup of artists and events for the 10th Annual Grand Canyon Celebration of Art Sept. 8 through Jan. 21, 2019 at Grand Canyon National Park.

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Four Rollers League Winners 2018

The Four Rollers League wrapped up season play last week.

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Photo highlights: Scientific minds think alike for STEAM night at GCS

Grand Canyon School hosted STEAM Family Night March 1 to educate students and their families about science, technology, engineering, art and math.

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Utah Shakespeare Festival brings ‘The Tempest’ to Grand Canyon

Political intrigue, love and conspiracy play out on a tiny island in the middle of a great storm — conjured by an embittered sorcerer and his army of magical spirits — in one of Shakespeare’s most well-known comedies, “The Tempest.”

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Heard Museum hosts 28th annual World Championship Hoop Dance contest

Nakota LaRance wins World Champion title

Seventy-five contestants from the United States and Canada competed Feb. 10 and 11 in the Heard Museum’s Libby Amphitheater in youth, teen, adult and senior divisions.

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'Hidden and Revealed:' Black History at Grand Canyon

In honor of African American History Month, Grand Canyon National Park will host a special evening program to highlight the African American experience in northern Arizona and contributions to Grand Canyon National Park.

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16th annual Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival kicks off Feb. 15

Casual movie-goers, film buffs and those with a keen interest in the environment can all find something to talk about at the 15th annual Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival Feb. 15-18.

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Catalyst Quartet wins Grammy Award

Grand Canyon Music Festival's Catalyst Quartet was awarded a Grammy.

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Fed up with distracted drivers? It’s up to us to make roads safer

We all know it’s not a good idea to text and drive.

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Grand Canyon school library receives grant for STEM ‘maker station’

Arizona is blessed with a number of educators who inspire students in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Arizona Public Service Company (APS) and the Phoenix Suns are teaming up to help these teachers bring innovative hands-on STEM learning to 6,000-plus students through financial grants totaling $50,000.

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Don't miss Grand Canyon's annual Star Party; 2018 date announced

With a night sky that seems to stretch across the entire western hemisphere, Grand Canyon is the perfect spot for star gazing and night observations.

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Grand Canyon West tops 1 million visitors for third straight year

For the third consecutive year, attendance at Grand Canyon West (GCW) has topped 1 million visitors on the West Rim of Grand Canyon.

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Grand Canyon School, Delaware North partner to give families a happy holiday

Grand Canyon School and Delaware North partner to provide food baskets to 60 families Dec. 22.

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Hermit Road open to private vehicles, allowing visitors a unique trip to the rim

The western expanse of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim is incredibly well-traveled, thanks to a free, efficient shuttle system and a very walkable paved Rim Trail. And while the area is hectic and crowded with travelers taking selfies and family photos, winter offers a more secluded opportunity to journey to Mary Colter’s signature Hermit’s Rest.

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Health doesn’t have to take a back seat for the holidays

Between all the holiday festivities and extra seasonal chores, it can be difficult to always stay on top of your health.

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Video: Grand Canyon's rare full cloud inversion

Located in northern Arizona, the canyon experiences all four seasons as well as days with unique weather phenomena such as cloud inversion, which transcends in this video timelapse.

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Book review: "Pure Land: A true story of three lives, three cultures and the search for Heaven on Earth"

Annette McGivney’s new book “Pure Land” started with a story she wrote for Backpacker magazine in June 2007 about the murder of Tomomi Hanamure on her 18th birthday, May 8, 2006 by Randy Wescogame, a Hasvasupai tribal member.

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Four Rollers League winning team: Four Play

Four Play is the first half winner.

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Time to shop: hit the bricks or with a click?

Shopping and shipping deadlines are fast approaching at both online and brick-and-mortar retailers

With Christmas just three weeks away, shopping holidays like Black Friday and Cyber Monday seem like distant memories.

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