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Sure our parks are strapped for cash, but the idea of a Coke banner over Mt...I love national parksfrom the regal slopes of Yellowstone to the mind-bending vastness of the Grand Canyon. Like everyone else, I go to parks to get away from the bells and
Ariz. (AP) An Italian real estate group has pledged to donate money and technology to the Grand Canyon school district if its development plans for a tiny town outside the national park move forward. The Tusayan Town Council approved rezoning and
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: Developers proposing 374 acres of resorts, shopping, housing and entertainment just south of the Grand Canyon are seeking the permissions they'd need to establish water and sewer facilities.
Ariz. (AP) — A northwestern Arizona tribe has voted to take over management of the Grand Canyon Skywalk from the Las Vegas developer who built it. David Jin partnered with the Hualapai Tribe to build the horseshoe-shaped glass
February 7, 2012 The National Park Service agreed Monday to let Grand Canyon National Park impose a ban on small, disposable water containers. The decision came a little more than a year after the service's director, Jon Jarvis, delayed the ban in
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: A Martin Luther King Day "Dare to Dream" celebration and march will be Monday at Northern Arizona University. The march will begin at 4:30 p.m. at the University Union and end at the DuBois Center Ballroom.
Disposable plastic water bottles in shops, vending machines, hotels and grocery stores at Grand Canyon National Park will disappear early next year under a plan by park officials to ban the sale of them. But first they'll have to demonstrate they've
On Nov. 16, Grand Canyon National Park will be celebrating National Native American Heritage Month with a day of special presentations and demonstrations. Each year, November is recognized as National Native American Heritage Month. American Indians,
Officials in a tiny town just outside Grand Canyon National Park approved proposals Wednesday night that would pave the way for major development, including hotels, retail space and hundreds of homes. However, critics said the plan could still face
Ariz. (AP) Fire crews could set a 540-acre prescribed fire near the northern Arizona community of Tusayan as early as Wednesday in an effort to protect the area from future wildfire danger. The blaze will burn about 10 miles east of Tusayan, which is