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Grand Canyon Project shares family history through stories and song in Ash Fork

Swaying lightly before a small crowd in the Ash Fork Route 66 Museum, Meagan Gipson strums her guitar as photos, mostly black and white, scroll slowly on a screen behind her.

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Lady Phantoms score pair of wins over Holbrook, St. Michaels; Phantoms split series

The Lady Phantoms’ younger players saw significant playing time in the team’s runaway win over the Holbrook Lady Roadrunners on the road Jan. 18.

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APS encourages residents to take apply for bill assistance during shutdown

Coconino County Community Services is stepping up to let Grand Canyon community members know there are services available to them, including electric bill help from Arizona Public Service (APS) and other utility assistance and rent assistance.

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Floodplain administration: County sets parameters for Tusayan floodplains

When it comes to building a safe development, water reigns supreme. Specifically, a lot of water, moving at high speeds, toward communities and infrastructure.

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Phantoms record pair of losses to Mogollon, Mayer

Lady Phantoms lose to high-scoring Mogollon, notch comeback win over Mayer

For a team decimated by injuries this season, the Phantoms were firmly within upset territory for the entire game against the top-ranked Mustangs Jan. 11.

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Lady Phantoms find adventure, experience in San Francisco tournament

Grand Canyon to California

When you want something, you set a goal and you go for it.

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Phantoms run over El Capitan, drop game to Ask Fork

After a West Coast Jamboree tournament, the Lady Phantoms won two in their return to northern Arizona.

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Grand Canyon Conservancy employees step up in rangers' absence

With no end in sight, employees of the Grand Canyon Conservancy have stepped up to try and fill the large shoes left by the rangers’ absence.

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Housing development near Grand Canyon halted for county violation

Affordable housing project in Tusayan on hold after discrepancy in flood plain

Mayor Craig Sanderson said the town received filing documents from the county floodplain administration and chose to voluntarily shut down the construction to work with the county directly instead of going through the court system.

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Visitors flock to Grand Canyon National Park in spite of limited services

Shutdown, not shut out

Michele Nguyen gazed out over the rim on a cold, clear, sunny day after Christmas.

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