Erin Ford


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Grand Canyon School registration starts June 25 at Tusayan Town Hall

The new school year begins Aug. 1 and that means school registration is right around the corner.

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Fourth of July festivites, parade and laser light show coming to Tusayan

As summer kicks into high gear, plans for Tusayan’s annual Fourth of July festivities are underway.

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Tusayan Town Council debates broadband, lighting in residential areas

Tusayan residents expressed concern over a plan to light up Long Jim Loop Road and R.P. Drive at the Town Council meeting June 13.

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Manhunt cancelled: Texas fugitive arrested in Grand Canyon National Park

NPS Investigative Services Branch nets two convictions for identity theft suspects arrested in April

A nationwide manhunt was cancelled June 11 after a Grand Canyon law enforcement ranger arrested a Texas fugitive in the park.

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Desert Dogs offers tasty treats on the go at Grand Canyon

Xanterra brings food truck trend to a national park for the first time

Visitors to Grand Canyon now have a two new dining options, with one added benefit – the food is just as mobile as the guests.

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Short film documents Havasupai struggle with uranium mining

Six million visitors travel to Arizona every year to see the Grand Canyon. The majority will explore it from the scenic overlooks along the South Rim.

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Scout Moore highlights NPS's junior ranger program

Excitable, bespectacled and ever curious, Scout Moore aspires to be a junior ranger for the National Park Service.

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Kane Ranch retreat connects artists, public lands

In October 2017, 12 local artists set out for Kane Ranch, an isolated guest house on the North Rim, far from the hectic hustle and bustle visitors might normally associate with Grand Canyon National Park.

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Grand Canyon's Jay Lusher set to head up fire and aviation for intermountain region

After 15 years at Grand Canyon, fire and aviation chief Jay Lusher is headed to Denver to take on the role of regional fire management officer for the National Park Service’s (NPS) Intermountain Region.

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Zuni fetish carver Mike Tucson shares beauty of fetish tradition

Who do you call on when you need a little shot of strength, self-reliance or wisdom?

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