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Winter storm closes Williams-Grand Canyon News offfice

The Williams-Grand Canyon News office is currently closed because of extreme weather conditions and will potentially remain closed until Monday, Feb. 25.

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Grand Canyon School closed Feb. 21

Grand Canyon School closed Feb. 21.

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Park and Ride: Tusayan area shuttle route opens March 1

The National Park Service (NPS) will again offer shuttle bus service between Grand Canyon National Park and the neighboring town of Tusayan in 2019.

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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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Rockslide blocks Bright Angel Trail on South Rim

A wet winter caused a rockslide on the Bright Angel Trail Feb. 15.

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Photo highlights: Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival

Celebrating Grand Canyon National Park’s 100th anniversary, the annual Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival highlighted issues like uranium mining on the Colorado Plateau as well as adventures on public lands.

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Heavy snow expected Sunday and Monday in northern Arizona

The National Weather Service advises heavy snow is on the way for northern Arizona.

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Celebration of Art’s John Cogan one of few chosen as an ARC associate living master

New Mexico landscape artist and annual Celebration of Art participant John D. Cogan was recently selected as an associate living master by the Art Renewal Center (ARC).

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Region in Brief: Feb. 13

Region in Brief: Feb. 13

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APS lowers residential electricity bills; crisis bill pay assistance still available

APS has lowered monthly bills more than $3 on average for residential customers.

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