Erin Ford


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Grand Canyon youth get a taste of baseball during weekly game nights

The pop of baseballs hitting metal bats of the excited cheers of youngsters returned to the Grand Canyon Aug. 7 as the Rec Center teamed up with Kaibab Learning Center to provide youth baseball nights Tuesdays and Wednesdays through September.

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Fire on the Rim: Monsoon lightning sets North Rim ablaze

Obi Fire grows to 9,921 acres, headed toward Cape Royal

Lightning-caused fires sparked by Arizona’s monsoon range from high-priority suppression efforts to monitored burns optimal for forest health.

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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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Tusayan expresses State Route 64 concerns during ADOT Board of Directors visit

After a series of fatal accidents earlier this year and several more over the years, Tusayan residents and council members expressed their concerns about the safety of one of the state’s most heavily traveled roads.

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Tick-borne infections may become more common as insects move into new territory

While plague-bearing fleas often command the attention of parents and pet owners, other tiny terrors may go unnoticed.

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Maswik South to get much-needed facelift

New buildings, new amenities and a fresh style update are headed for the southern block of guest rooms at Maswik Lodge.

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Grand Canyon National Park awarded state grant to stop impaired driving

The Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, along with the DUI Abatement Council, granted Grand Canyon National Park $10,000 to improve highway safety and stop impaired driving.

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Grand Canyon welcomes students, new faculty

As the school year kicks off for Grand Canyon School, three new teachers will join the faculty in welcoming students back today.

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Gateway community of Tusayan breaks ground on housing development near Grand Canyon National Park

TUSAYAN, Ariz. — After six long years and an obstacle or three, the housing development at Ten X Ranch is finally underway, according to Mayor Craig Sanderson.

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Artisan Elroy Natachu Jr. uses traditional weaving methods to link Zuni past and future generations

Weaving the past into the future

Like many agrarian tribes of the American Southwest, the people of Zuni Pueblo dedicate time, energy and art to praying for and praising the life-giving rains that allow the tribe to thrive in an arid climate.

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