It’s a new basketball season and the Grand Canyon Phantoms are off and running with new teammates and a new coach.
Excited Grand Canyon School students and their parents waited anxiously in the hallway Dec. 18 for a glimpse of the Man with the Bag.
For two Grand Canyon students and a teacher, the beginning of December brought a bonus gift: a trip to the nation's Capitol to represent Arizona at the National Christmas Tree lighting Dec. 5.
Mentioning the word "bat" might conjure up images of large fangs, deadly diseases and even cloaked vampires; the reality, however, is a lot smaller and fluffier.
The town of Tusayan will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. Dec. 4 to gather public input on a proposed special election.
A winter storm dumped up to two feet of snow in some parts of northern Arizona Nov. 28 and 29, snarling operations at Grand Canyon National Park and prompting the gateway town of Tusayan to declare a state of emergency.
Like many others who came of age during the Vietnam War era, Dauenhauer joined the military straight out of high school.
After five years of active duty and a stint in the National Guard, during which he was stationed in Afghanistan, Ivan Gonzalez gained a new appreciation for hot showers, snack foods and small aspects of life many of us take for granted in the United States.
Growing up in northern California, there were only a few career choices available for recent high school graduates — logging or fishing. Pete Jones decided neither of those were his calling.