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Lake Powell Fish Report – July 31, 2019

  Lake Powell Fish Report – July 31, 2019

Lake Elevation: 3621 – Water temperature: 79-85 F. – Lake Powell is now holding steady at an elevation of 3621.  Water

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Flight Guidelines Over Parks

  Flight Guidelines Over Parks

There’s still time to get your opinions heard on how aircraft flies over two of our most visited sites. National

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Glen Canyon Seeks Proposals for River Raft Concession Contract

  Glen Canyon Seeks Proposals for River Raft Concession Contract

  The National Park Service issued a prospectus Thursday, May 4, soliciting proposals for the award of a concession contract

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Show Glen Canyon Some Love April 29

  Show Glen Canyon Some Love April 29

The National Park Service will host the second annual Love Your Lake Community Cleanup on Saturday, April 29, and is

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GCRA Named Sixth Most Deadly National Park

  GCRA Named Sixth Most Deadly National Park

America’s National Park system is home to some of the most scenic and iconic landscapes in the entire world. However,

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9-19-16 Glen Canyon Community Cleanup Graffiti Removal

Amanda Hammond with the National Park Service stops by the Lake Powell Communications studio to discuss the Community Cleanup Graffiti

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Heat Wave Affects Horseshoe Bend Visitors

  Heat Wave Affects Horseshoe Bend Visitors

The recent heat wave in the Southwest has taken its toll on visitors to the popular Horseshoe Bend Overlook. Since

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NPS Dive Team Teaches Kids Water Safety

  NPS Dive Team Teaches Kids Water Safety

A team of National Park scuba divers partnered with community members in Fredonia, AZ, to teach the town’s children about

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Electrocution Fatality at Lake Powell

  Electrocution Fatality at Lake Powell

A houseboater on Lake Powell died  Thursday, June 9th after being electrocuted on his boat. This is the fourth fatality

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Billy Shott Named Superintendent of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Rainbow Bridge National Monument

  Billy Shott Named Superintendent of  Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and  Rainbow Bridge National Monument

William “Billy” Shott, a 22-year career employee of the National Park Service (NPS), was selected superintendent of Glen Canyon National

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