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Grand-Canyon, Arizona is located in Coconino County. Zip codes in Grand-Canyon, AZ include 86023.

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20 hrs ago | Grand Canyon News

79th annual Easter Sunrise Service this Sunday at Mather Point

Residents and visitors from all over the world meet at Mather Point for a recent Easter Sunrise Service.


Yesterday | Williams

The egg hunt is on in Williams

Williams Food Bank Director Guy Mikkelsen and the Easter Bunny hop around Williams to promote the annual Easter Eggstravaganza event that takes place Saturday.


Tuesday | Williams

Fire destroys travel trailers and shed in Pineaire

Photo/Ponderosa Fire Williams-Grand Canyon News PARKS, Ariz. - Two travel trailers and a shed were destroyed when a suspicious fire broke out on April 8 south of Parks.


Tuesday | Grand Canyon News

Fuelwood permits soon available in Cameron

Williams-Grand Canyon News CAMERON, Ariz. - People can soon buy fuelwood permits out of the Tusayan Ranger District Forest Service office in Cameron, located south of the Cameron Chapter House.


Mon Apr 14, 2014

National Parks Traveler

Grand Canyon Association Seeking Donations For Renovation Of Kolb Studio

A fund-raising campaign is under way to pay for restoration of the Kolb Studio building on the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park.


Sat Apr 12, 2014

Grand Canyon National Park selected #1 National Park by Mensa members

According to a recent poll of American Mensa members, Grand Canyon National Park is the smart choice for those wishing to visit a National Park during the upcoming National Park Week .


Tue Apr 08, 2014

Grand Canyon News

Federal officials look to manage bison herd at the North Rim of Grand Canyon

The bison were introduced to the area in 1906 as part of a ranching operation to crossbreed them with cattle.


Sun Apr 06, 2014


Feds looking for ways to manage destructive bison herd in Grand Canyon

Federal officials are trying to figure out how to control a herd of about 350 bison that is roaming the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and damaging vegetation and water sources there.


Sat Apr 05, 2014

Psychology Today

A Loss of Wonder

The great 19th Century American naturalist and explorer, John Muir-one of the first travellers to see the Arizona Grand Canyon-expresses his wonder when he writes: Well: I drove two old friends from the East-who had never seen the Canyon-the 80 or so miles from Sedona to the West Rim and they were-as is said-'blown away'.


Thu Apr 03, 2014


Grand Canyon south rim

The first white men to see the Grand Canyon was in September, 1540, Spanish conquistadors under the direction of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado.


The Westerner

Sierra Club Proposes New Grand Canyon Monument

NAZ Today's Kimberly Craft talks with Alycin Gitlin of the Sierra Club about her group's proposal to create Grand Canyon Watershed National Monument, protecting land north and south of Grand Canyon National Park.


Bellingham Herald

Discovery says Wallenda's next walk is in Chicago

This June 23, 2013 file photo released by Discovery shows Nik Wallenda walking across the Grand Canyon for Discovery Channel's "Skywire Live With Nik Wallenda" at Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona.


Wed Apr 02, 2014

KTVK Phoenix

Grand Canyon seeks ways to manage bison herds

The herds of bison roaming the northern reaches of the Grand Canyon are causing some headaches for park staff.


Market Wire Says "Go Here, Not There"

A The world is an amazing place filled with many must-see attractions. While checking well-known spots off your travel to-do list can be fun and rewarding, it's often even better to leave the crowds behind and find a lesser known but lovely alternative.


Tue Apr 01, 2014

Grand Canyon News

Grand Canyon Skywalk gets a spring cleaning

Technicians dangle from a series of ropes before polishing the underside glass at Grand Canyon Skywalk in Hualapai Reservation, Ariz.



Fire danger 'high' on Williams Ranger District

The Williams and Tusayan ranger districts, as well as the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, are now in the 'high fire danger' rating.


Sat Mar 29, 2014

Marshfield News-Herald

The week's odd news: Workers dangle from ropes to clean Skywalk glass

Technicians dangle from a series of ropes before polishing the underside glass at Grand Canyon Skywalk in Hualapai Reservation, Ariz.


Fri Mar 28, 2014


Town wants its name to reflect Grand Canyon ties

Most of the businesses in the tiny town outside the canyon's South Rim entrance cater to the tourists at the national park.


Thu Mar 27, 2014

Southern Utah News

Kayaker fatality on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park?

On Tuesday, March 18, at approximately 6:30 p.m., the Grand Canyon Regional Communications Center received a call via satellite phone reporting a fatality on the Colorado River.


Wed Mar 26, 2014

Government Executive

House GOP Wants to Make It Nearly Impossible for Obama to Create New National Monuments

The House will vote Wednesday night to assert its authority over the executive branch, likely passing a bill that would revamp a 108-year-old law that would make it harder for President Obama to declare national monuments on federal lands.


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