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Native Americans from five tribes come together to discuss Grand Canyon's indigenous history

Many tribes, one voice: "We are still here."

Grand Canyon was declared a national park in 1919, but indigenous peoples have called the area home for much longer.

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New proposal submitted for development near Grand Canyon

U.S. Forest Service receives second application for road easement access for controversial development

Three years after the U.S. Forest Service returned a bid to develop several hundred acres of land near the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, STILO developers and the town of Tusayan have submitted another application to the agency.

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Behavioral health services available at Grand Canyon

When people think of healthy living mental health often falls somewhere behind trying to maintain a nutritious diet, getting enough exercise and time management.

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Girls on the Run: After-school running program develops healthy habits

As soccer practice heats up and coaches call out instructions across the Grand Canyon School field, another group of young athletes is circling the track.

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I'm with the band: Grand Canyon students rock annual music festival

Bonfiglio Group works with aspiring young musicians at School of Rock

A fast-paced set, all the right dance moves and an excited group of young musicians means one thing at Grand Canyon School: School of Rock is back.

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Native American aide at Grand Canyon School helps students succeed

All of her life, Leona Begishi has been pulled in three directions.

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Tusayan tour provider John Tatham awarded 2019 Public Archaeology Award

John Tatham has been hiking and exploring the Arizona wilderness for decades, but it was his discovery and subsequent stewardship of a Native American antiquity site on the Kaibab National Forest that led to his recent recognition by Gov. Doug Ducey’s Archaeology Advisory Commission.

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Navajo artist Nate Begay tells traditional stories with paint

Old school stories, cutting edge style

Nate Begay has spent years developing his signature style, beginning as a graffiti artist and branching out into many different mediums, including photography and even tattooing.

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Working together: volleyball coaches focus on unity as Phantoms start season

With a big team excited to start the season, the Grand Canyon Phantoms volleyball team is hard at work for their first game Sept. 4.

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Hitting the field: Soccer team prepares for a month of tough opponents

The Grand Canyon soccer season is off to a fast start with one of the school's largest teams to date.

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