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V. Ronnie Tierney, Williams-Grand Canyon News
Contributing Writer

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Three mule rides to Phantom Ranch is what it took to convince Lisa “Tex” Parker that at some point she would have to come back to the Grand Canyon to work.

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Called Spirit of the Canyon, Ward says his mission is to help people by educating them on the system of hydroponic gardening so they can grow vegetables at home.

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To cool down, soft serve ice cream is available along with milk shakes.

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Podcast host, river runner, adventurer shares stories from the Canyon
More than 7,000 listeners tune in for Big Adventures with Brian Dierker

Whether you have visited or live at the Grand Canyon, there’s always more to learn and Big Adventure’s podcast host Brian Dierker is the perfect avenue for listeners to meet the people who have helped shape, preserve and treasure this majestic chasm.

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The Raptor Ranch Art Festival June 26 attracted a slew of visitors from around northern Arizona.

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Raptor Ranch hosts art festival June 26
Festival to feature 30 vendors from Arizona and New Mexico

Valle’s first Art Festival will take place at Raptor Ranch/Bedrock Park June 26 and will feature vendors from New Mexico and Arizona.

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Chamber of Commerce Board Member Stoney Ward said the town is going to be extra busy and every business in town is participating in Fourth of July events.

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Raptor Ranch, a Grand Canyon Arizona Bird of Prey Center located in in Valle, Arizona, is offering bird training demonstrations as well as daily tours to its historic Bedrock City park.

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After one year of silence, at least on the public scene, the Grand Canyon Boulder Alley Boys band came out of their yearlong COVID-19 shut-down and rocked the streets of Williams at the South Rims Wine & Beer Garage.

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