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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.

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Endangered wolf pups from Kansas zoo released into the wild

Two endangered Mexican wolf pups from a Kansas zoo have been released into the wild in Arizona.

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Human-caused wildfire near Superior remains zero percent contained

A human-caused wildfire in east-central Arizona near Superior continues to grow and remains uncontained.

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Explosives found in Colorado River near Parker Strip campground

Authorities in western Arizona are trying to determine who left explosive devices in the Colorado River near a popular campground.

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Tiger muskies released into Horsethief Basin

About 450 sardine-sized fish with a mouthful of sharp teeth have been intentionally released in a remote lake in north-central Arizona.

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Prescribed fires planned near Grand Canyon Village starting June 19

The Long Jim Prescribed Fire is adjacent to the developed area on the South Rim, east of South Entrance Road and south of Highway 64 (Desert View Drive) East.

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North Rim water restrictions lifted

The damaged pipeline that supplies water to the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park has been repaired and most water services have been restored to North Rim facilities.

Hualapai Nation Police celebrates National Police Week

A 21-gun salute and taps were played after a reading of each name of fallen officers in the U.S. as part of National Police Week by the Hualapai Nation Police May 16.

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Obituary: Earl Duane Corby

Earl Duane Corby: 1968-2019

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Navajo Nation voices support for the protection of Grand Canyon from uranium mining at U.S. Capitol

Vice President Myron Lizer joins Natural Resources Committee Chairman Raúl Grijalva in support of H.R. 1373, the Grand Canyon Centennial Protection Bill

On June 4, Navajo Nation Vice President Myron Lizer joined members of the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee at the U.S. Capitol for a press conference on the need to protect the Grand Canyon from new uranium mining claims.

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Prescribed fire projects continue on Tusayan Ranger District

Fire managers on the south zone of the Kaibab National Forest will continue operations on multiple prescribed fire projects on both the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts over the next several days and into next week as conditions remain optimal for beneficial burn treatments.

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Backcountry permits offer a chance to trek in Grand Canyon wilderness

Hiking Grand Canyon's backcountry offers physical challenge, unmatched views

What’s the best way to secure a backcountry permit for the Grand Canyon?

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Central AZ Dental brings free dental care to northern Arizona June 7 and 8

The Central Arizona Dental Society will host its inaugural AZ MOM North event on June 7 and 8 to help locals in need.

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NPS regional aviation manager and safety manager killed in Canada plane crash

The National Park Service (NPS) is mourning the loss of two Alaska-based employees following an airplane crash in Whitehorse, Canada May 27.

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Maswick South makes way for new lodging options

Demolition of the last of six buildings being removed to make way for construction of a new Maswik South lodging complex took place May 30.

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Town of Tusayan's budget to be set by state

Tusayan residents voted May 21 not to pass Proposition 400, allowing future expenditures for the town of Tusayan to be controlled by the state.

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Kaibab National Forest’s North Zone preps for fire season

Kaibab National Forest employees held a morning brief May 31 on the North Rim of Grand Canyon.

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Kaibab Learning Center celebrates 13 graduates

Kaibab Learning Center celebrated 13 graduates May 23 during a ceremony for family, friends and faculty.

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Grand Canyon recognizes employees for leadership, years of service

Grand Canyon National Park recognized employees during its annual service awards ceremony May 22.

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Report finds Grand Canyon tourists buoyed nearby communities

A new report from the National Park Service says areas surrounding the Grand Canyon benefited last year from millions of tourism dollars.

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Road crews to begin pavement project in Grand Canyon National Park

Beginning June 4, NPS road crew will begin a three-week pavement preservation project.

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Grand Canyon removing grasses to keep elk from roadways

On June 4-5 NPS will apply herbicide to the traffic islands on South Entrance and Yavapai Roads to remove grasses that attract elk.

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Pile burning begins in Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park fire managers initiate prescribed pile burning May 30.

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