Erin Ford


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In one canyon, a thousand different views

Plein air artists capture ever- changing essence of Grand Canyon, raise funds for Grand Canyon Association at annual Celebration of Art

Twenty-five artists gathered at Grand Canyon for the week-long Celebration of Art Sept. 8-16.

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Photo highlights: Phantoms score 6-0 victory over Leading Edge Academy

The Grand Canyon Phantoms scored an impressive 6-0 victory over Leading Edge Academy at home Sept. 15.

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Grand canyon students participate in International Walk to School Day

Grand Canyon students participate in International Walk to School Day Sept. 6.

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Art students forge connections to the land, water and themselves at Kane Ranch

Art as Activism

Looking out over the isolated stretches of wilderness surrounding Kane Ranch, the presence of water is evident. But so is its absence.

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Remembering Bella: Namesake sign raised over Bella's Place

Four years ago, the world handed the family of eight year old Isabella “Bella” Grogan-Cannella a tragedy after she was murdered in September 2014.

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Pink Jeep vehicles vandalized for fuel

Pink Jeep employees in Tusayan found a surprise waiting for them as they prepared for tours Aug. 25.

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Grand Teton supe tapped by Trump to lead NPS

On Aug. 31, President Donald Trump named the superintendent of Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park to head the National Park Service, a job that has been filled on an acting basis for nearly 20 months.

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Photo highlights: Grand Canyon Phantoms volleyball prepares for the season

The Grand Canyon Phantoms volleyball team practices in preparation for the upcoming season, which begins Sept. 8.

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Poll: Arizona voters prioritize conservation of public lands, support mining ban

In a recent bipartisan poll conducted statewide, Arizona voters signaled their support for recreation on public lands, with 48 percent indicating they would have a more favorable opinion of a candidate who supports a ban on uranium mining near the Grand Canyon.

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Havasupai campground reopens; Humane Society offering aid for animals

Lodging and tourism facilities will reopen on the Havasupai Reservation more than a month after a catastrophic flash flood tore through the campground.

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