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Fire danger very high at Grand Canyon National Park

With fire restrictions in effect across much of northern Arizona, including Grand Canyon National Park’s neighbors Coconino County, Arizona state lands in the county, and the Kaibab National Forest, NPS fire managers remind visitors and residents that fire danger in the park is very high.

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Letter to the editor: Make your future matter

Commencement exercises for you will be held in Grand Canyon National Park May 25, 2018.

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Report: Grand Canyon visitor spending supports over 9,000 jobs in local economy

Hotels, restaurants top direct economic contributions

A National Park Service report shows that more than 6.2 million recreational visitors to Grand Canyon National Park in 2017 spent $667 million in communities near the park.

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Grand Canyon, National Park Service works to attract more ethnically diverse visitors

More than 6 million people visited the Grand Canyon last year, but only a tiny fraction were people of color.

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Trump's budget proposal includes big cuts to EPA, Interior Department

President Donald Trump released the proposed 2019 budget Feb. 12. The proposal contains a 15 percent cut to the Department of the Interior, which houses the National Park Service.

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Congress avoids shutdown, funds government for two years

After a brief shutdown lasting into the early morning hours Feb. 9, Congress passed a budget that will keep the government funded for another two years.

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Grand Canyon community comes together in face of shutdown

A government shutdown over the weekend of Jan. 19 - 23 may have rattled some business owners in communities near national parks, but the Grand Canyon community fended off potential setbacks and saw little disruption to business as usual.