Before the application of the telescope to astronomy in 1608, the human eye was the only observing instrument available.
Only a little more than half of Arizonans have responded to the 2020 Census. That’s half of the state, 60.8 percent to be exact.
The library is partnering with AzCourtHelp to stream presentations by legal professionals.
Now until Sept. 8, Arizonans are invited to a fun #HatchAtHome Challenge in celebration of the Hatch Green Chile season.
When I got off the lake Saturday (Aug. 22) I got a call from Bob Reed (Uplake Adventures).
We loaded our rods in the boat in the dark and launched at Stateline as the eastern sky began to lighten.
On Aug. 1, my wife and I attended a virtual, live-streamed funeral of a friend, a lovely older woman from Dewey who died from COVID-19.
Grand Canyon Chamber and Visitor’s Bureau in partnership with the U.S. Chamber will host a special webinar designed specifically for Grand Canyon and Tusayan businesses.
Our official school physical opening is now scheduled for Monday, October 12, 2020.
Extreme heat, busy boating activities, and finicky fish have made it difficult to catch fish recently.
The program is not a check but rather a tax credit for each to work together in support of keeping local journalism sustainable during this damaging business environment.
It pains me to do so, but I need to announce to all of you that I will no longer be pursuing a seat on the Tusayan Town Council.
Lake Powell is still hot and busy with lots of people coming to this great vista in these difficult times.
Someone needs blood every two seconds. The state of Arizona needs 600 donations per day to match that need.
Positive cases in Coconino County continue to fluctuate.
The role of a community newspaper, first and foremost, is to report the news and events that happen in the community it serves.