NPS Leadership spotlight
Grand Canyon School students celebrated Earth Day April 23.
Grand Canyon National Park fire managers — working with personnel and resources from Saguaro, Rocky Mountain National Park as well as Dinosaur National Monument — anticipate initiating prescribed fire treatments from May 10-12 on the South Rim as weather and fuel moisture conditions allow.
Ranger’s Log: Grand Canyon rangers respond to assaults, vehicle accidents, intoxicated subjects on South Rim
Guest column: Water cloudiness at Grand Canyon due to annual snowmelt; water remains safe to drink
Letter to the Editor: Permanent protection from uranium mining still pending near Grand Canyon
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — Young adults 16-20 who identify as members of one of the associated tribes of the Grand Canyon are invited to apply for a spot on the second annual Grand Canyon Regional Intertribal Intergenerational Stewardship Expedition (RIISE), a nine-day intertribal Colorado River rafting trip through the Grand Canyon July 16-24.
Grand Canyon School seventh-graders took a walk along the rim April 26 to learn about the layers of geology and time present in Grand Canyon.
A federal judge is weighing whether to severely limit the government’s use of aerial fire retardant to combat wildfires following arguments April 24 by environmentalists who are concerned about water pollution.
NPS Leadership spotlight: Anne Miller, geologist, paleontologist at Grand Canyon
An extra pulse of water was sent through the Grand Canyon this week, part of a Bureau of Reclamation “high-flow experiment” designed to move and redeposit sand and sediment from the Glen Canyon Dam in northern Arizona.
Vicky Stinson, landscape architect and project manager at Grand Canyon National Park, is retiring after an exceptional career with the National Park Service.
Fire managers on the Williams and Tusayan Ranger Districts of the Kaibab National Forest are planning to conduct prescribed fires throughout the spring as conditions allow, starting next week with the Reed Project located just east of Tusayan.
While many may hold the opinion that the West was no place for a woman, Grand Canyon’s history is full of women who not only explored the wilderness, but excelled in roles traditionally ascribed to men — field guide, river runner, naturalist and park ranger.
- Driver identified in fatal accident on Perkinsville Road Sept. 19
- 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
- Kaibab Forest seeks public comments on proposed pozzolan exploration
- Williams at sewer capacity; city council to implement building moratorium
- Senators Kelly, Lummis introduce bipartisan bill to remove regulatory obstacles for wildland fire aviation
- Obituary: Robert “Bob” Ian Baker
- Obituary: Eddie Sandoval
- Obituary: Carl Bowdon
- Fritsinger leaves behind a legacy of helping Williams residents
- Obituary: Lorraine Stegmeir
- Obregon City Tacos now serving locals, visitors in downtown Williams
- City of Williams to honor Williams Vikings state champion softball team May 25 with parade, proclamation