On May 6, the town of Tusayan held the first of two public hearings regarding the adaptation of an alternative expenditure limitation, otherwise known as Home Rule.
This resource guide will be updated weekly and can be found online at www.grandcanyonnews.com.
Now, more than ever, the internet is an essential part of daily life. Under shelter in place orders, work, school and communications have largely taken place online.
The Junior Ranger Railroad Explorer is one of many Junior Ranger programs available online.
Local resources include emotional well-being, stress management, crisis hotlines and more.
National Park Service officials are intent on resolving the connectivity issue as states gradually start lifting restrictions.
The council also passed a motion to designate an application agent and alternate agent for the purpose of obtaining financial assistance pertaining to disaster relief.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, under the guidance of the CDC and federal officials is increasing recreational access and services.
“Grand Canyon Moments,” launched May 4 and is a 20-week series of short, two to three-minute videos that will help bring Grand Canyon National Park to viewers at home.
Park leaders and locals are doing their best to respond to a largely unprecedented event with the coronavirus pandemic. However, this isn't the first time the Park has seen a world-wide health crisis.
Tusayan residents will have the option to vote on a one-time budget override in an upcoming special election.
Patrons with online accounts may simply visit the library’s website or call the librarian.
On April 22, water flowing into Lake Powell exceeds water released through the dam.
The latest deaths highlight a conflict that has persisted since reintroduction began more than 20 years ago. Over the last year, ranchers have seen a record number of cattle kills as the wolf population has increased.
An unplanned grand experiment is changing Earth. As people across the globe stay home to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, the air has cleaned up, albeit temporarily.
The following is a Q & A with Keable in which he shares goals for the park, his feelings about becoming superintendent during the coronavirus and expectations for re-opening the park.
Larsen assists clients in crisis or crime situations helping them research options to make informed decisions to help them move through their adversity.
As Tusayan residents continue to face the crisis, the council is working to provide residents with a sense of security.
The incident is believed to have occurred between 2-3 p.m. in the vicinity of the Yaki picnic area.
NPS Firefighter Nick Mann (left) accompanied by NPS Fire Chief Jim Warren spread Easter cheer throughout Grand Canyon Village April 12.
Since there are still shortages of N95 and other medical-grade masks, community members have turned to homemade options.
The Trail Plan will complete design, permits and the environmental review to improve 13 miles of trails in and around Tusayan, once capital funds become available.
“This is a very good opportunity to show our care and support to the people of Tusayan, especially to those who can’t even afford to buy food due to unemployment,” said We Cook’s manager Krishlee Ann Cortez.
NPS Chief Ranger Matthew Vandzura was available to answer community member’s questions, which included how the park would be identifying locals accessing the park.
A Grand Canyon tradition since 1935, the annual Easter Sunrise Service at Mather Point will not take place.