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Classic Pilot Applauded

  Classic Pilot Applauded

A Classic Lifeguard helicopter pilot is receiving high praise for safely maneuvering into a narrow slot canyon to effect a

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Rains Flood Lower Antelope Canyon; Tours Suspended, Expected to Resume at 10am

  Rains Flood Lower Antelope Canyon; Tours Suspended, Expected to Resume at 10am

UPDATE: Sand is being used to absorb the remaining water in the canyon. Tours are expected to resume at 10

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Glen Canyon Dam Wraps Up Turbine Runner Project

  Glen Canyon Dam Wraps Up Turbine Runner Project

The Glen Canyon Dam is in the final phase of receiving new turbine runners. The project, which costs around $40

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Not so “Grand” Staircase Closes at Grand Canyon

  Not so “Grand” Staircase Closes at Grand Canyon

The staircase from the El Tovar hotel to the train depot at the Grand Canyon has been set to temporarily close

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Grand Canyon Hiking Permits

  Grand Canyon Hiking Permits

Grand Canyon National Park sees the permit process for those wishing to hike rim to rim as addressing important crowding,

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Hours of Operation for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

  Hours of Operation for Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

PAGE, AZ – Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and its concessionaires have expanded operational hours and opened facilities parkwide for

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Aircraft Wreckage Found in Grand Canyon National Park

  Aircraft Wreckage Found in Grand Canyon National Park

GRAND CANYON, ARIZ. –On May 20th, a private boating trip reported the wreckage of an airplane to park rangers at

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Rangers Successfully Interevene With Possible Suicide

  Rangers Successfully Interevene With Possible Suicide

GRAND CANYON, ARIZ. – On Monday, May 11th the Grand Canyon Regional Communications Center was contacted by the Tallmadge, OH

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County Commissioner Convicted

  County Commissioner Convicted

A San Juan County, Utah, commissioner was found guilty in federal court last week on misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to

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Rainbow Bridge Closed for Repairs; Peek-a-Boo Trail Problem

  Rainbow Bridge Closed for Repairs; Peek-a-Boo Trail Problem

Rainbow Bridge National Monument will be closed to the public from January 5, through February 15, 2015 to complete repairs

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