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Tuesday, June 28, 2016
View from the top: exploring the mental high of Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon Artist in Resident Robert Langham and wife, Katie, find themselves on the opposite end of the lens during Langham's two week residency on the North Rim. Loretta Yerian/WGCN
Grand Canyon Artist in Resident Robert Langham and wife, Katie, find themselves on the opposite end of the lens during Langham's two week residency on the North Rim. Loretta Yerian/WGCN
GRAND CANYON - NORTH RIM, Ariz. - In 1973, Texas photographer Robert Langham was a fit and healthy 20-year-old on his way to an Ansel Adams workshop in Yosemite. Along the way he stopped at the Grand Canyon and decided to hike it. A few hours later he had made it to Indian Garden and turned around - dragging himself the last few steps out of the Canyon.

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• ADOT shoulder widening north and south of Tusayan on schedule
• Grand Canyon National Park back to Level 1 water conservation measures
• North Rim bison classified as native wildlife, NPS seeking management strategies
• Mandatory water conservation continues at Grand Canyon National Park, primary pump at Indian Garden inoperable
• Grand Canyon National Park goes to Level 2 water conservation measures
• Bert Fire southeast of Valle slows after objectives completed
• Trans-canyon pipeline breaks, forcing water conservation measures at Grand Canyon

Opinions


• Letter to the editor: Tusayan looking to future as budget passes and election looms for fall 2016
• Around the Canyon: week of June 29
• Guest column: climate models help stakeholders make billion-dollar water decisions in Colorado basin
• Around the Canyon: week of June 22
• Around the Canyon: week of June 15
• Around the Canyon: week of June 1
• Letter to the editor: Grand Canyon School on track for success

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• North Rim Wildcat fire fully supressed
• Photo highlights: John Ivens Post No. 42 gives flag folding demonstration at KLC          
• Photo highlights: Grand Canyon Rotary on the Rim inducts new members
• Senior's give Grand Canyon School a makeover
• Grand Canyon Chamber and Visitor's Bureau planning 2016 calendar
• Tusayan opens new facilities at Sports Complex Center
• Tusayan to Grand Canyon shuttle available May 7

Features


• Chinook flight crews locked and loaded for fire season
• The quest for truth: new book asks if Noah's flood explains the Grand Canyon
• Grand Canyon in race with 19 National Park projects for 2 million in preservation funding
• North Rim Artists in Resident take Canyon art to New York City
• National Park Service: new study shows extent of light pollution across night skies
• Postal Service releases NPS centennial stamps
• Parade and live music on tap for town of Tusayan Fourth of July celebration

Sports


• British soccer camp helps Grand Canyon kids get skills
• Track and Field sends 11 competitors to state, ends season on a high note
• Grand Canyon half marathon runners brave the cold
• Grand Canyon Track and Field headed for State
• Phantoms one step closer to state
• Four Rollers bowling news, week of March 24, 2010
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Obituaries


• Obituary: Lynn Ailes
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• Obituary: John J. Jr. "Johnny" Moran
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GRAND CANYON, Ariz. - Water restrictions at Grand Canyon National Park (GCNP) have been scaled back to basic conservation measures after a break in the Trans-canyon Pipeline last week.
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