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Pile burn activity continues near North Rim, Jacob Lake and DeMotte campground

North Zone fire managers plan to continue pile burning activity in the vicinity of the North Rim Developed Area, which consists of two, 16-acre units of hand piles.

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16 river running contracts for the Colorado River in Grand Canyon announced

On Feb. 12, Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent Christine Lehnertz announced the availability of a prospectus for 16 business opportunities to provide guided interpretive multi-day whitewater tours on the Colorado River in the park.

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Rainbow trout stocking at Lees Ferry to be discussed at March 5 public meeting

Stocking intended to boost trout population and sport fishing opportunities

The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) plans to stock rainbow trout this spring into the lower three mile walk-in section of Lees Ferry, a blue-ribbon trout fishery below Glen Canyon Dam in northern Arizona.

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Bruce Northern takes over as Tusayan town clerk

Bruce Northern officially took on the role of Tusayan town clerk in December 2017.

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Around the Canyon: Week of Feb. 21

Around the Canyon: Week of Feb. 21

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Fuels Reduction Efforts Continue on Tusayan Ranger District

Fire Managers on the Tusayan Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest will continue burning slash piles on a 429 acre block this week just west of the Grand Canyon Airport.

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Regional Valentine's events for singles or couples

Whether you want to spice up date night or are just looking for a fun night out, consider these Valentine's Day events

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Williams-Grand Canyon News welcomes new account executive

The Williams-Grand Canyon News welcomes Sandy Hoover as its new account executive.

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Around the Canyon: Week of Feb. 14

Around the Canyon: Week of Feb. 14

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'Hidden and Revealed:' Black History at Grand Canyon

In honor of African American History Month, Grand Canyon National Park will host a special evening program to highlight the African American experience in northern Arizona and contributions to Grand Canyon National Park.

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