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Flash flooding damages Grand Canyon Railway track

Passengers on the Grand Canyon Railway were forced to make alternative plans following a washout of a portion of the train tracks at milepost 40 heading north to the Grand Canyon.

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Natural beauty, fewer people on South Rim

From year to year winter weather at Grand Canyon is unpredictable — on Dec. 25, 2016 the South Rim of Grand Canyon and the nearby community of Tusayan received 6-7 inches of snow.

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Deadly crash claims four on State Route 64

Four people were killed and six people injured, including two children after a head on collision on State Route 64 Dec. 22.

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Former film legend brings legacy of Geronimo to life in stage play

Every year during the annual Western Legends Round-Up visitors stroll down the streets of Kanab, rubbing shoulders with film legends from some of America’s most legendary western movies and television shows.

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Babbitt Ranches hold annual colt sale west of Flagstaff

Babbitt Ranches keeps tradition strong

Horses are a part of cowboy and American culture.

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“The Amazing Kolb Brothers of Grand Canyon” celebrates adventuring photographers

Ellsworth Kolb arrived at Grand Canyon in 1901 with younger brother Emery Kolb soon following.

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Keith named publisher at Williams-Grand Canyon News

With nearly six years working at the Williams-Grand Canyon News and six months after her promotion to business manager, Madeline Keith was promoted as publisher of the Williams-Grand Canyon News and Navajo-Hopi Observer.

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Man vs. Machine race pits cyclists against 1900s era steam engine

After a successful comeback last year and following a 25-year absence, Man vs. Machine bike race returns to Williams and Tusayan Sept. 24.

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National Geographic article focuses on Grand Canyon thru-hike and tourism developments

In mid-October, author Kevin Fedarko and National Geographic photographer Pete McBride will finish the final leg of a nearly 670 mile hike through the heart of Grand Canyon where they have taken an in-depth look at what they consider to be a growing number of threats surrounding the canyon.

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Fusion of contemporary classical and traditional Hopi music debuts at MNA

Grand Canyon Music Festival debuts new genre of Hopi music combining classical with traditional

There’s a new brand of music floating across the airwaves of northern Arizona and it sounds good.

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