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Michael Christensen Courtesy Utah DWR Desert bighorn sheep captured near Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada await their release in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Utah...The desert bighorn sheep were captured via net guns fired from
Around 50 disgruntled Tusayan business owners and residents marched to Grand Canyon National Park's gate Oct. 8, waving picket signs reading, "America is better than this," "tear down the Barack-cades" and "Does Obama care?" The gateway town of
The National Park Service (NPS) announced Oct. 11 that it has entered into an agreement with the State of Arizona that will allow Grand Canyon National Park to re-open and temporarily operate during the government shutdown. Because of the lack of
An Arizona food bank delivered hundreds of boxes to help out furloughed concession and government workers at the Grand Canyon National Park on Tuesday as area business leaders staged a protest to demand that the federal government reopen the park.
Ariz.River permit holders denied their scheduled launch because of the government shutdown at Grand Canyon National Park will receive a refund for fees, National Park Service officials announced Monday. Grand Canyon National Park is shut down for
Sun Staff Reporter Arizona Daily Sun Regardless of when the federal government shutdown ends, Grand Canyon National Park might have to close again soon if the 60-year-old transcanyon water pipeline finally gives out. We could have a catastrophic
CNN.com's weekly Summer in the Park series turns to rangers at the United States' most popular national parks to get insider recommendations for your visits, whether you have just one day or can stay longer...Meanwhile, the Colorado River swerves and
The weekend will include a film about conservationist Aldo Leopold, a keynote presentation by author Mary Ellen Hannibal and a day of fun and educational activities...A free screening of the film "Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our
Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent Dave Uberuaga said initially, he didn't realize how much of a ripple effect news of sequestration would have in outlying communities and businesses. "I didn't realize negative press would affect visitors, but