Erin Ford

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Grand Canyon Phantoms cruise at Route 66 Holiday Classic tournament

The Grand Canyon Phantoms and Lady Phantoms had a strong showing at the Route 66 Holiday Classic Nov. 29-Dec. 2 in Ash Fork and Williams.

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Shopping and shipping deadlines for a hassle-free gifting experience

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

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Photo highlights: Grand Canyon students celebrate Native American heritage

Students at Grand Canyon School were treated to dancing and musical performances by the White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers, as well as performing themselves and watching fellow students perform a Havasupai social dance.

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Grand Canyon basketball teams notch first wins over Fredonia

The Grand Canyon Phantoms boys and girls basketball teams won their opening games against the Fredonia Lynx Nov. 24.

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Tusayan Council no longer streaming council meetings after mishap

Brady Harris, Robb Baldosky to be seated at December meeting

Following an October meeting after which conversations between council members and representatives of the STILO development group were recorded and posted online, the Tusayan Town Council will no longer stream live audio of its meetings for the public.

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Sequoia supe Woody Smeck to serve as interim boss at Canyon

Smeck to temporarily replace Superintendent Christine Lehnertz

Woody Smeck, superintendent of Sequoia and King’s Canyon National Park in California, has been temporarily reassigned to Grand Canyon National Park during a federal investigation of the park’s chief.

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Hopi potter carries on family tradition

Grand Canyon celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Through all the hard times in Delaine Tootsie-Chee’s life, pottery has been the thing that got her through.

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Tusayan Home Rule passes after extended vote count

After a head-spinning week of processing the upcoming need for drastic budget cuts, Tusayan residents may be in the clear.

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If Home Rule fails to pass, two years of state budget caps in store for Tusayan

After a contentious election season across the country, residents closer to home in Tusayan learned they would have to adjust to a new fiscal reality Nov. 7.

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Big Red joins Tusayan Fire District; funding uncertain after home rule "no" vote

When the engine on Tusayan’s only ladder truck blew its engine a few months ago, things were looking pretty grim for the Tusayan Fire Department.

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