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North Country HealthCare offers stress management workshop

Feeling stressed?

The American Institute of Stress (AIS) defines stress as a natural physical and mental reaction to life experiences, and it’s something everyone experiences from time to time.

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Preliminary report says no ongoing uranium exposure at Grand Canyon

Final report to be released in 90 days detailing exposure

According to a preliminary interagency safety review, Grand Canyon employees and visitors aren’t experiencing ongoing radiation exposure from uranium ore samples previously stored in the Museum Collection building.

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Tusayan visitor center rebranding after mutual partnership ends

After partnering with the National Geographic Society (NGS) for the past two decades, the Visitor Center and IMAX theater in Tusayan has been renamed the Grand Canyon Visitor Center after NGS declined to renew its license agreement with the property.

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No Home Rule: Tusayan calls for May budget override

Lack of paperwork voids Nov. 2018 election results

Tusayan could be looking at steep cuts to its annual budget next year after the Auditor General’s office found the town did not comply with state statutes prior to the Nov. 6, 2018 election.

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Grand Canyon celebrates 100 years as a crown jewel in America's park system

Grand Canyon National Park celebrated its centennial Feb. 26 with cake, chorus and visitors from around the world.

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Radiation exposure in Grand Canyon under investigation

The National Park Service is conducting an investigation into whether employees and visitors at Grand Canyon National Park were exposed to unsafe levels of radiation.

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Permanent ban on uranium mining near Grand Canyon in the works

Calling a measure to permanently ban uranium mining near the Grand Canyon just and overdue, Rep. Raul Grijalva (D – Tucson) stood before a full house Feb. 23 at Grand Canyon to announce the Grand Canyon Centennial Protection Act.

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Extended North Rim season could pump $14.2 million into regional economy

Season of change?

According to a recently-released report, communities surrounding the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park could see an economic impact of about $14 million per year to the region if the national park extends its open season by four weeks.

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Grand Canyon National Park investigating possible radiation exposure by tourists, employees

The National Park Service is conducting an investigation into whether employees and visitors at Grand Canyon National Park were exposed to unsafe levels of radiation after an employee raised the alarm Feb. 11.

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Grand Canyon National Park kicks off 100th anniversary Feb. 26 with free entry, visitor activities

A monumental celebration

Theodore Roosevelt, a New York City statesman who harbored a longstanding love affair with the American West, made his way to the Grand Canyon for the first time in 1903.

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