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Rector to represent himself in upcoming murder trial

A man charged in the killing of an 8-year-old Bullhead City girl is asking to represent himself in court, a surprise move in a case that has been delayed for years with defense attorney turnover and other issues.

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Angel Tree comes to General Store

Among the festive lights and decorations in the Grand Canyon General Store, the small Christmas tree located in front of the customer service counter holds a special significance.

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Supai campground closed through February 2019

Tourism Office will accept reservations in February; no outfitters this season

In a departure from years past, the Havasupai Tribe will be managing all traffic to the reservation through its Office of Tourism, excluding outfitters and other tour brokers.

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Pile burning continues north of Parks

Fire crews will continue burning piles at numerous locations across the Kaibab National Forest today.

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Possible tracks found of rare wolf that escaped in Colorado

Wildlife managers have found tracks that might have been left by an endangered Mexican wolf that escaped from a Colorado wildlife center, but the animal hasn’t been seen for two weeks.

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Shopping and shipping deadlines for a hassle-free gifting experience

With Christmas just three weeks away, even recent shopping holidays like Black Friday and Cyber Monday seem like distant memories.

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Kaibab National Forest offices to be closed Dec. 5 to observe the passing of former President George H. W. Bush

Kaibab National Forest offices will be closed on Wednesday, Dec. 5, in recognition of the National Day of Mourning honoring President George H. W. Bush.

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Kaibab Forest to continue pile burns

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - Fire managers plan to burn piles on the Tusayan and Williams ranger districts of the Kaibab National Forest beginning Dec. 1 and continuing through next week, as conditions allow.

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Snow in the forecast; download ADOT alerts app for highway conditions

Snow is in the forecast starting tonight and lasting through the weekend.

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Grand Canyon Association becomes Grand Canyon Conservancy

Non-profit chosen as Flagstaff Subaru's hometown charity for 2018

Grand Canyon Association, the official nonprofit partner of Grand Canyon National Park, has a new name — Grand Canyon Conservancy.

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State Route 67 to North Rim closes for winter

State Route 67 between Jacob Lake (US 89A) and the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park is scheduled to close for the winter season starting Dec. 3.

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Parking near popular Horseshoe Bend expands

Parking for a popular tourist attraction where the Colorado River bends in the shape of a horseshoe is being expanded.

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Prosecutors say no more delays in trial of man accused of killing 8-year-old

A man accused in the death of a Bullhead City child has yet to stand trial after more than four years, and Mohave County prosecutors are tired of waiting.

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Annual Christmas Bazaar set for Dec. 1

The Grand Canyon Community Church will host its annual Christmas Craft Bazaar Dec. 1 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Grand Hotel in Tusayan.

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After several complaints, Ducey fires State Parks director, deputy

Embattled Arizona state Parks Director Sue Black was fired Nov. 16 following numerous complaints, including the bulldozing of potential archaeological sites to rush development of cabins and other improvements.

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Delaware North's Grand Canyon restaurants earn Green certification

Five Delaware North-operated restaurants at Grand Canyon National Park were recently certified as a Certified Green Restaurant® by the Green Restaurant Association (GRA), a national nonprofit organization helping restaurants to become more environmentally sustainable.

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Tusayan Council no longer streaming council meetings after mishap

Brady Harris, Robb Baldosky to be seated at December meeting

Following an October meeting after which conversations between council members and representatives of the STILO development group were recorded and posted online, the Tusayan Town Council will no longer stream live audio of its meetings for the public.

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Sequoia supe Woody Smeck to serve as interim boss at Canyon

Smeck to temporarily replace Superintendent Christine Lehnertz

Woody Smeck, superintendent of Sequoia and King’s Canyon National Park in California, has been temporarily reassigned to Grand Canyon National Park during a federal investigation of the park’s chief.

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Tusayan Home Rule passes after extended vote count

After a head-spinning week of processing the upcoming need for drastic budget cuts, Tusayan residents may be in the clear.

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Photo highlights: Kaibab Learning Center holds annual Western Night

Kaibab Learning Center held its annual Western Night auction and fundraiser at Big E’s Steakhouse and Saloon Nov. 2.

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If Home Rule fails to pass, two years of state budget caps in store for Tusayan

After a contentious election season across the country, residents closer to home in Tusayan learned they would have to adjust to a new fiscal reality Nov. 7.

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Big Red joins Tusayan Fire District; funding uncertain after home rule "no" vote

When the engine on Tusayan’s only ladder truck blew its engine a few months ago, things were looking pretty grim for the Tusayan Fire Department.

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