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When people think of healthy living mental health often falls somewhere behind trying to maintain a nutritious diet, getting enough exercise and time management.

By Erin Ford September 3, 2019
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All of her life, Leona Begishi has been pulled in three directions.

By Erin Ford September 3, 2019
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The 70th annual Coconino County Fair takes place this Labor Day Weekend, Aug. 30 – Sept. 2 at Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff.

August 28, 2019
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Cara Pelligrini loves keeping current and in her new position as Deli Manager for the Canyon Village Market at Grand Canyon Village, she’s doing just that.

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John Tatham has been hiking and exploring the Arizona wilderness for decades, but it was his discovery and subsequent stewardship of a Native American antiquity site on the Kaibab National Forest that led to his recent recognition by Gov. Doug Ducey’s Archaeology Advisory Commission.

By Erin Ford August 27, 2019
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Nate Begay has spent years developing his signature style, beginning as a graffiti artist and branching out into many different mediums, including photography and even tattooing.

By Erin Ford August 27, 2019
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'Instant sisterhood' in Grand Canyon's mule corrals
Teigan Babcock and Traci Dolan share their western connection

Finding common ground can happen anywhere… even on the trails of the Grand Canyon where wranglers Traci Dolan and Teigan Babcock have found their “long-lost twin.”

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NPS rangers are part of classroom fun at Grand Canyon School.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News August 20, 2019
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Visitors to Grand Canyon were treated to "Echoes from the Canyon," a living history presentation Aug. 16-18 on the South Rim.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News August 20, 2019
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Grand Canyon School students return to class Aug. 5.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News August 13, 2019
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In 2018, for the first time in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area history, the National Park Service authorized Commercial Use Authorizations (CUA’s) for food trucks at Lone Rock and Lees Ferry.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News August 13, 2019
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Grand Canyon Music Festival returns for 36th season
Event features returning favorites Catalyst String Quartet, Bonfiglio Group Aug. 23 to Sept. 7

Celebrating its 36th year, the Grand Canyon Music Festival continues to chug uphill to the four decade mark, continuing its tradition of magical music in a magical place.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News August 13, 2019
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The new district ranger for the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts was looking to use her forestry and engineering background in a collaborative way when she was offered the position at Kaibab National Forest.

By Wendy Howell August 6, 2019
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Ball is life in Indian Country: New Netflix documentary debuts Aug. 2
Netflix documentary series highlights the resilience of Native youth; available in 120 countries and translated into more than 30 languages

The world is about to see the chaos of the amazing talent Indian Country has to offer beyond a full gym of “rez ball” fans.

By By Jourdan Bennett-Begaye, Indian Country Today August 6, 2019
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Once a year at Grand Canyon National Park, the park service hosts a national conference for collegiate students who are opting out of the traditional party-type spring break.

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While Grand Canyon residents sit dreaming of monsoon weather, Suzanne Mathia makes her way to the South Rim.

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When Grand Canyon School begins Aug. 5, seven new teachers will be in the hallways and classrooms greeting students and settling in for a year of teaching on the South Rim.

By Erin Ford July 30, 2019
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Twenty-four years ago, Matt Yost made his way from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the Grand Canyon with a group of fellow teacher hopefuls.

By Erin Ford July 30, 2019
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'Rumble'shares Grand Canyon's indigenous history
Southwestern Native American tribes perform dances, shares history during Rumble on the Rim

If you traveled to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon July 27 chances are you encountered quite the rumble.

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As part of a larger living history programming series, Grand Canyon National Park hosted Teddy Roosevelt and John Muir July 16-17.

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For a few hours, Beyoncé had a famed blue-green waterfall in northern Arizona to herself.

By Associated Press July 23, 2019
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When planning her family's itinerary for the Grand Canyon, Ireland native Jean Stewart and her family were adamant about finding a local worship service; so she searched online and found Sunset Worship on the Rim by A Christian Ministry in a National Park (ACMNP).

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Grand Canyon Historical Society recognizes Jon and Suzette Streit for selfless dedication
Former park concession manager and wife receive Hall of Fame Award

Jon and Suzette Streit were recognized for their many years of service to the Grand Canyon community July 13 during the 20th annual Grand Canyon Historical Society picnic at Shoshone Point on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News July 16, 2019
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Before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin knew they would be the first to walk on the moon, they took crash courses in geology at the Grand Canyon and a nearby impact crater that is the most well-preserved on Earth.

By Felicia Fonseca/Associated Press July 16, 2019
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While the films are made by indigenous people for indigenous people, that shouldn’t limit the audience to just indigenous people.

By Katherine Locke July 16, 2019

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