The Biden-Harris administration recently released the President’s Budget for Fiscal Year 2024, which includes $3.8 billion for the National Park Service.
The Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project will host a special event featuring the traditional Diné/Navajo winter story about leadership and the wisdom of the wolf (Mai Tso) told by storyteller and folklorist Sunny Dooley.
NPS Leadership spotlight: Claire Stout, public safety dispatcher at Grand Canyon
Around the Rim: Week of March 22
The Grand Canyon Visitor Center IMAX Theater, recently announced the re-opening of its giant screen theater featuring IMAX with laser.
Navajo filmmaker Deidra Peaches sees her documentary “Voices of the Grand Canyon” as giving the Indigenous narrative that is often overlooked when people talk about the history of Grand Canyon National Park.
Shannon Castellano and Travis Methvin should have spent this weekend seeing world-famous waterfalls on the Havasupai Tribe Reservation in northern Arizona.
The Grand Canyon Food Pantry has helped the South Rim community lower its food insecurity seven percent over two and a half years of operation and is expanding its services to local families throughout 2023.
Tom Brundy, an alfalfa grower in California’s Imperial Valley, thinks farmers reliant on the shrinking Colorado River can do more to save water and use it more efficiently.
NPS Leadership spotlight: Susan Wood, fisheries biologist at Grand Canyon National Park
NPS Leadership spotlight: Dave Vago, project manager for historic preservation at GCNP
Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema met with the Grand Canyon River Outfitters Association to discuss meaningful, lasting solutions to fuel Arizona’s recreational tourism industry.
Four family members from Australia who were injured during a crash-landing of a sightseeing helicopter in Southern Nevada in December have filed a lawsuit in the U.S. seeking more than $400,000 in damages from the tour operator.
The National Park Service 2022 Visitation Report released Feb. 27 shows visitation to America’s national parks continued to rebound toward pre-pandemic levels.
Dr. Jennifer Hoffman, a professor at the University of Denver (DU), and director of DU’s 120-year-old Chamberlin Observatory, is the Grand Canyon Conservancy’s (GCC) first Astronomer in Residence of 2023. Hoffman will provide dark sky educational programing at Grand Canyon National Park March 8 through April 19.
During a recent town council meeting, the town of Tusayan revealed three community improvement projects they hope to complete with anticipated funds from the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). The town is slated to receive around $350,000.
Around the Rim: Week of March 8
According to the National Weather Service, the South Rim has received more than 103 inches of snow this winter.
Happy Birthday to Grand Canyon National Park!
The Grand Canyon Regional Communications Center received a report an unresponsive hiker on the Bright Angel Trail below Havasupai Gardens at around 3 p.m. Feb. 17.
“I was a National Park Ranger in a small National Monument located in southeast Utah. Donna was a wilderness ranger with the Bureau of Land Management."
Around the Rim: Week of March 1
John de Graaf says there was a time when a list of Arizona political icons would have included Barry Goldwater, John McCain and at least one other – Stewart Udall.
William Edward Burghardt Du Bois, Black intellectual leader, father of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and Civil Rights Activist, visited the Grand Canyon.
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- Latest Tik Tok challenges causing problems for Williams Unified School District
- Search at Grand Canyon turns up remains of person missing since 2015
- Plane wreckage and human remains found in Grand Canyon National Park
- Pumpkin Patch Train departs Williams starting Oct. 5
- Update: Man missing in Grand Canyon National Park hike found alive
- Receding water levels at Lake Powell reveal missing car and driver
- Man sentenced for attack on camper at Perkinsville
- Column: Lumber prices expected to stay high through 2022
- Elk rut season in Grand Canyon: What you need to know
- Arizona governor Katie Hobbs vetoes bill eliminating tax on rentals
- The winter that won't quit
- Williams Police report rash of vehicle burglaries
- County considering regulations on short-term rentals
- City of Williams deals with aftermath of historic winter
- Campers and pets rescued at Dogtown Campground
- Obituary: Gabriel James Otero
- 'Hidden and Revealed:' Black History at Grand Canyon
- Residents discuss rumors of new Autocamp site at City Council meeting
- Storm causes multiple road closures across northern Arizona