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Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 2000-2009

Part 9 of 10: Grand Canyon through the decades

Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 2000-2009

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Under Canvas provides rural quality camping experience without the hassle

Luxury in the Backcountry

If the idea of sleeping in a tent under the stars sounds appealing but you’re not in love with roughing it for a few days, Under Canvas has you covered.

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Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon: 1990-1999

Part 8 of 10: Grand Canyon through the decades

Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon: 1990-1999

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Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 1980-1989

Part 7 of 10: Grand Canyon through the decades

Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 1980-1989

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Every-bunny turns out for annual Rotary egg hunt

Community members converge on Grand Canyon School April 20 for the annual Rotary Club Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast.

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ADOT-operated airport supports Grand Canyon tourism, area economy

Airport ranks fourth among Arizona airports in number of passengers served

It probably isn’t a surprise that Grand Canyon National Park Airport is a gateway for many wishing to experience the natural wonder of Arizona’s signature tourist attraction.

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Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 1970-1979

Part 6 of 10: Grand Canyon through the decades

Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 1970-1979

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On patrol: Deputy Greyeyes on the beat in Tusayan

After years of waiting, the town of Tusayan has a resident deputy: Jeremaiyah Greyeyes began his patrols in February.

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Grand Canyon Food Bank provides necessities to struggling residents

'There really is a need'

If it wasn't for the sandwich board sign and the enthusiastic promotion by volunteers like Mike Scott, someone looking at 87 Sunset Drive might easily mistake it for a storage shed.

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Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 1960-1969

Part 5 of 10: Grand Canyon through the decades

Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon: 1960-1969

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Preventative Search and Rescue rangers aim to help visitors before an accident happens

Sweeping the trail

For visitors to the Grand Canyon, sometimes the allure of inner canyon trails is part of the magic — looking further and further down and thinking “that doesn’t look very far at all.”

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Trophy bass caught in Lake Powell as season ramps up

Occasionally a big, trophy striper is caught.

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Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 1950-1959

Part 4 of 10: Grand Canyon through the decades

Celebrating a Century at Grand Canyon 1950-1959

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Grand Canyon Rotary welcomes new member Phil Crouch

The Grand Canyon Rotary Club welcomed new member Phil Crouch at its meeting March 27.

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Head Start program ends at Grand Canyon School, plans for preschool move forward

Finding new beginnings for students

According to the National Education Association, getting a jumpstart on education in a quality preschool program can pay dividends later in life, including increased earning potential and higher academic achievement.

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North Kaibab fire personnel gear up for wildfire season

Fire personnel on the North Kaibab Ranger District are gearing up for wildfire season with water tender training near the North Rim.

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Trump's national monument changes return to spotlight

As Democrats in Congress prepare to scrutinize President Donald Trump's review of 27 national monuments, most of the recommendations made by ex-Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke remain unfinished as other matters consume the White House.

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Earliest equatorial frogs reported from Triassic rocks at Petrified Forest National Park

New discoveries that represent the oldest fossil frogs in North America.

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Community event a success in spite of snow

Members of the Grand Canyon community gathered at the Community Building Feb. 22 for a celebratory event in spite of the snow.

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Grand Canyon celebrates 100 years as a crown jewel in America's park system

Grand Canyon National Park celebrated its centennial Feb. 26 with cake, chorus and visitors from around the world.

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Grand Canyon Conservancy swears in 103-year-old Junior Ranger Rose Torphy

To many visitors, it seems as if Grand Canyon National Park has always existed in the American southwest, but when Rose Torphy was born, its place in the budding National Park Service had yet to be realized.

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Grand Canyon National Park kicks off 100th anniversary Feb. 26 with free entry, visitor activities

A monumental celebration

Theodore Roosevelt, a New York City statesman who harbored a longstanding love affair with the American West, made his way to the Grand Canyon for the first time in 1903.

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The Iron Horse once again gallops to the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon Railway announces 2019 Steam Engine schedule

One place where romantics, rail enthusiasts and younger generations can learn, hear, see, smell and feel the majesty of the Iron Horse is on the Grand Canyon Railway in Arizona.

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Photo highlights: Smokey flies high at Kanab Balloon Festival

Crew members and volunteers from Kaibab National Forest help set up the Smokey Bear Balloon for the 5th Annual Balloons and Tunes Roundup in Kanab, Utah, Feb. 15.

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Bald eagle web cam captures real-time drama of survival

Bald eagles are nesting at Lake Pleasant north of Phoenix, and thanks to the Arizona Game & Fish Department, you can observe one pair of parents-to-be through a live webcam.