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Revolution-era powder horn returns to Minute Man National Historical Park

A black powder horn used by Patriot and minuteman Willard Buttrick during the Revolutionary War in 1775 has been returned to Concord, Massachusetts.

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Haunted hike: Catch a glimpse of Transept Trail's wailing woman

Like many of the world’s most beautiful places, Grand Canyon’s history is filled with life, prosperity, a billion breaths caught short and, inevitably, death.

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Time for a flu shot: First cases of flu confirmed in Coconino County

Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) officials announced that two cases of influenza have been confirmed in Coconino County.

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Speeders take to the rails enroute to Grand Canyon

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Twenty-five privately owned railroad motorcars, known as Speeders, chugged out of the Williams Train Depot Oct. 15 on their way to the Grand Canyon.

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A guide to Halloween haunts for all ages in northern Arizona

Whether you're looking for family fun, an all-night fright fest or something different for date night, Grand Canyon, Tusayan, Williams and Flagstaff have a variety of events for everyone.

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Water thieves, beware: This Colorado ‘water cop’ is on the case

Dave Huhn usually is off work on Sundays, but when the phone rang one Sunday during the height of irrigation season a few years ago, he picked up.

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Name that truck: Tusayan Fire seeks name for new ladder truck

Tusayan Fire Department is having a naming contest for its new ladder truck.

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Ranger on Duty: Sarah Acomb finds a place to call home at Grand Canyon National Park

Every day Grand Canyon Park Ranger Sarah Acomb gets to see the Grand Canyon through the eyes of visitors from around the world.

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Finding fall in northern Arizona

Visitors looking to take in the colorful changing of the leaves have a variety of options on both the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests.

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OUt of the past: Horse drawn carriages at El Tovar

Horse drawn coaching parties leave the El Tovar Hotel to tour the South Rim, circa 1905.

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Ranger on Duty: Lori Honrath offers guests a warm welcome to Grand Canyon

The first time Lori Honrath saw the Grand Canyon, it was about three decades ago, and it was almost completely obscured by fog and clouds.

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Grand Canyon Rotary Club hosts annual chili cook-off, awards community grants

Brady Harris takes annual event's top prize for third year in a row

When it comes to chili, eaters and experts alike tend to disagree on what makes the perfect pot.

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Buck Wild Hummer Tours celebrates opening with ribbon cutting

New tour company offers unique experience in custom-outfitted Hummers

Buck Wild Grand Canyon Hummer Tours celebrated its grand opening with a launch party and ceremonial ribbon cutting Sept. 11.

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In one canyon, a thousand different views

Plein air artists capture ever- changing essence of Grand Canyon, raise funds for Grand Canyon Association at annual Celebration of Art

Twenty-five artists gathered at Grand Canyon for the week-long Celebration of Art Sept. 8-16.

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Grand canyon students participate in International Walk to School Day

Grand Canyon students participate in International Walk to School Day Sept. 6.

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Art students forge connections to the land, water and themselves at Kane Ranch

Art as Activism

Looking out over the isolated stretches of wilderness surrounding Kane Ranch, the presence of water is evident. But so is its absence.

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Poll: Arizona voters prioritize conservation of public lands, support mining ban

In a recent bipartisan poll conducted statewide, Arizona voters signaled their support for recreation on public lands, with 48 percent indicating they would have a more favorable opinion of a candidate who supports a ban on uranium mining near the Grand Canyon.

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Grand Canyon students mentored by jazz greats at annual School of Rock

Sixteen Grand Canyon students came together as a band Aug. 30.

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Reclaiming truths about Native Americans

Study finds limited personal experience and negative narratives cement Native stereotypes

When you think of Native Americans, what thoughts or images come to mind? A recent report by Reclaiming Native Truth sheds light on assumptions made about Native Americans, points out the negative challenges of that narrative and sheds light on ways forward “to achieve equity, inclusion and policy changes that will improve the lives of Native families and communities.”

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Art on the Rim: 10th annual Celebration of Art kicks off Sept. 8

The 10th Annual Grand Canyon Celebration of Art takes place Sept. 8 through Jan. 21, 2019 at Grand Canyon National Park.

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Rescue Rangers: Grand Canyon search and rescue team practices life-saving techniques

When someone calls for help, search and rescue personnel are training to spring into action.

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Tusayan Mayor Race: Candidate Craig Sanderson

Candidate for Tusayan mayor Craig Sanderson on why he wants to be elected.

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Tailor-made moccasins: Navajo artisan brings craft to the Rim

Moccasin-maker Bill Thomas, Jr. crafts traditional Navajo leather footwear

Anyone who has taken a hike through red rock country can attest to the importance of tough, comfortable footwear.

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Grand Canyon Music Festival celebrates 35 years

Guest artists include Catalyst Quartet and New York's Manhattan Chamber Players

In 1983, Robert Bonfiglio and Claire Hoffman had an idea – to fill one of the seven natural wonders of the world with the most glorious music they could muster.

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Wayne Ranney receives 2018 Grand Canyon Historical Society Pioneer Award

The Grand Canyon Historical Society (GCHS) presented its highest honor, the Pioneer Award, to Grand Canyon geologist and author Wayne Ranney at its annual picnic at Shoshone Point July 8.