- Buck Wild Hummer Tours celebrates opening with ribbon cutting
Buck Wild Grand Canyon Hummer Tours celebrated its grand opening with a launch party and ceremonial ribbon cutting Sept. 11.
- In one canyon, a thousand different views
Twenty-five artists gathered at Grand Canyon for the week-long Celebration of Art Sept. 8-16.
- Grand canyon students participate in International Walk to School Day
Grand Canyon students participate in International Walk to School Day Sept. 6.
- Art students forge connections to the land, water and themselves at Kane Ranch
Looking out over the isolated stretches of wilderness surrounding Kane Ranch, the presence of water is evident. But so is ...
- Poll: Arizona voters prioritize conservation of public lands, support mining ban
In a recent bipartisan poll conducted statewide, Arizona voters signaled their support for recreation on public lands, with 48 percent ...
- Grand Canyon students mentored by jazz greats at annual School of Rock
Sixteen Grand Canyon students came together as a band Aug. 30.
- Reclaiming truths about Native Americans
When you think of Native Americans, what thoughts or images come to mind? A recent report by Reclaiming Native Truth ...
- Art on the Rim: 10th annual Celebration of Art kicks off Sept. 8
The 10th Annual Grand Canyon Celebration of Art takes place Sept. 8 through Jan. 21, 2019 at Grand Canyon National ...
- Rescue Rangers: Grand Canyon search and rescue team practices life-saving techniques
When someone calls for help, search and rescue personnel are training to spring into action.
- Tusayan Mayor Race: Candidate Craig Sanderson
Candidate for Tusayan mayor Craig Sanderson on why he wants to be elected.
- Tailor-made moccasins: Navajo artisan brings craft to the Rim
Anyone who has taken a hike through red rock country can attest to the importance of tough, comfortable footwear.
- Grand Canyon Music Festival celebrates 35 years
In 1983, Robert Bonfiglio and Claire Hoffman had an idea – to fill one of the seven natural wonders of ...
- Wayne Ranney receives 2018 Grand Canyon Historical Society Pioneer Award
The Grand Canyon Historical Society (GCHS) presented its highest honor, the Pioneer Award, to Grand Canyon geologist and author Wayne ...
- Restoring riparian ecosystems: Is non-native tamarisk really the enemy?
About a dozen people crouched in the tall grass of an open field, moving slowly and deliberately through mud that ...
- Help students get organized for a strong start to the school year
School-related stress is common among multi-tasking students.
- AZGFD accepting entries for wildlife calendar photo contest
Do you have a knack for capturing great photos of Arizona’s wildlife?
- Babbitt Ranches holds annual colt sale north of Flagstaff
The 2018 Babbitt Ranch Colt Sale was held at the Spiderweb Camp on the Babbitt Ranch July 14.
- Grand Canyon National Park considers replacing Maswik Lodge
With a history dating back to the Fred Harvey era, Maswik Lodge has been a staple at the Grand Canyon ...
- Artisan Elroy Natachu Jr. uses traditional weaving methods to link Zuni past and future generations
Like many agrarian tribes of the American Southwest, the people of Zuni Pueblo dedicate time, energy and art to praying ...
- In heat of fire season, equipment lags behind at Tusayan Fire District
It’s a typical warm summer morning in northern Arizona, but inside the engine bays at the Tusayan Fire Department, the ...
- Online passes available for Grand Canyon National Park
During peak visiting season, lines at the Grand Canyon National Park entrance gate can become frustratingly long as visitors pay ...
- A new beginning for Bella's Place
Raising kids is hard work.
- Photo highlights: Kaibab Learning Center holds preschool graduation
Preschoolers say goodbye to Kaibab Learning Center May 31 at its annual graduation ceremony.
- Stubbornly steadfast: Mules have kept the Grand Canyon moving since the 1880s
Thousands of years ago, in what’s now Turkey, someone bred a horse with a donkey.
- Scout Moore highlights NPS's junior ranger program
Excitable, bespectacled and ever curious, Scout Moore aspires to be a junior ranger for the National Park Service.