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The tanks must be completely evacuated to perform the necessary maintenance.

March 15, 2022
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National Park Service Director Chuck Sams said he and other officials are committed to boosting the role Native American tribes can play in managing public lands around the U.S.

By By Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press March 15, 2022
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Established in 1991, the Diamond Awards are the highest aviation honor in the aircraft maintenance industry.

March 15, 2022
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The project will compile all of the legacy data about Wupatki Pueblo, its excavation, and stabilization history into a searchable database.

March 15, 2022
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The prescribed burn went as planned and managers stated they were pleased with the results.

March 15, 2022
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Upcoming events in the Grand Canyon area.

March 15, 2022
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Wildlife officials reversed their position on the 78 species in a Feb. 28 biological opinion following talks among malathion manufacturers, officials from the wildlife service and the Environmental Protection Agency.

By By Matthew Brown, Associated Press March 10, 2022
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The wolf population in Mexico now numbers around 45, with 14 litters being born since 2014, officials said.

By By Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press March 10, 2022
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Librarian Daniel Bell said he is very excited about the project and the opportunities it offers.

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The following is a list of calls from the South Rim District Report for the period ending Feb. 12.

March 8, 2022
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“We are excited to announce that next week the town will begin hosting library services at Town Hall,” said Tusayan Town Manager Charlie Hendrix. “The park library staff will be here in our office during the construction of the park library.”

By By Lo Frisby, Williams-Grand Canyon News March 8, 2022
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The superintendent is also seeking public input regarding the appointments of the Governing Board Member open seat at Grand Canyon Unified School District.

March 8, 2022
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Grand Canyon lifts outdoor mask requirements
National Park Service updates mask requirements following new CDC guidance

On March 3, outdoor mask zones in Grand Canyon National Park were removed.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News March 8, 2022
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As of March 1, Mather Campground in Grand Canyon has begun taking reservations for the 2022 season.

By By Lo Frisby, Williams-Grand Canyon News March 8, 2022
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Grand Canyon RIISE is looking for Native youth, 16-20 years old and a member of one of the associated tribes of the Grand Canyon, to take a free, once-in-a-lifetime trip down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon July11-19.

By Katherine Locke March 8, 2022
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On March 9, ignitions may occur on the Paria Beach Riparian Restoration project

March 4, 2022
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Contractors hired by Grand Teton National Park killed 50 invasive mountain goats this week in a campaign to protect the park’s herd of native bighorn sheep.

By Associated Press March 4, 2022
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Nathaniel Wolfe of Bismarck died of asphyxiation on Saturday, Park County Coroner Al Jenkins told the Bozeman Daily Chronicle Feb. 22.

By Associated Press March 4, 2022
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The cost of backcountry camping overnight in Grand Canyon National Park will go up this summer.

March 4, 2022
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Upcoming events in the Grand Canyon area.

March 3, 2022
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Like many parts of northern Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park received around 4 inches of snow Feb. 23.

March 2, 2022
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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. —Starting March 1, all three shuttle routes will resume for the season at Grand Canyon National Park.

March 2, 2022
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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — You can track Imma Barrera’s life by the camera’s she’s owned. Receiving her first growing up in Barcelona Spain when she was 8 years old as a first communion gift it had a profound impact on her scientific and artistic careers.

By Joe Giddens, Williams-Grand Canyon News March 2, 2022
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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. — Grand Canyon National Park 2021 visitation was up 55 percent over 2020 levels, according to the park’s recently released visitation statistics report.

By Lo Frisby March 2, 2022
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The Forest Service determined in 2012 that Energy Fuels had a sufficient quantity and quality of uranium to make a profit of around $29 million.

By By Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press February 23, 2022