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Rule Aims to Help Clear Air Around Grand Canyon

The largest coal-fired power plant in the West will produce one-third less energy by 2020 and could close in 2044 under a proposal that the federal government adopted to cut haze-causing emissions of nitrogen oxide at places like the Grand Canyon.

 

Illinois Scouts to give something back to Grand Canyon

"I've taken so much from the Grand Canyon — a lifetime of memories," said Zollner, now the troop's scoutmaster. "It was time to give something back." For nearly 30 years, Zollner has journeyed from Illinois to the Grand Canyon State. He has always ...

 

Dying at the Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is a safe place to visit. I'd trade the dangers of most highways for the security of a well-mapped hole in the Earth anytime. In the 1990s, the National Park Service reported that there were 43.5 million visitors to the Arizona ...

 

National Park Service calls development plans a threat to Grand Canyon

The Colorado River flows through the Grand Canyon, as seen from Mohave Point on the South Rim. The National Park Service says a proposed housing development would have dire consequences for the park's scarce water supply. (Mel Melcon / Los ...

 

Monsoon, lightning pose safety concerns at Grand Canyon; lightning, hiking safety

GRAND CANYON, Arizona — With monsoon season actively underway, visitors to Grand Canyon National Park and Northern Arizona are reminded that summer storms are often accompanied by dangerous lightning. The National Park Service considers ...

 

Grand Canyon Urges Visitors to Stay Away From Bats

Grand Canyon officials are encouraging visitors who came into contact with rabid bats at the national park to seek medical care. One bat crawled on a woman for 10 minutes in front of the Tusayan Museum on July 16, drawing an afternoon crowd.

 

Arizona's Grand Canyon

I have been putting off writing about the Grand Canyon for some time now, just due to the fact that the name speaks for itself. However, I think it is the right time due to such nice weather, and the fact that people may be looking for a nice getaway ...

 

Is a gondola attraction in the Grand Canyon's future?

Visitors to the Grand Canyon can already hover over part of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World thanks to Skywalk. If one developer and some members of the Navajo Nation have their way, tourists will someday be able to glide down the canyon's ...

 

Hiker dies in Grand Canyon

Officials say an Ohio man has died as he hiked out of the Grand Canyon after a commercial river trip, according to the Associated Press. The National Park Service said that attempts to resuscitate the 62-year-old man weren't successful Sunday morning.

 

Two Grand Canyon bats test positive for rabies

The bat landed on the woman on July 16 near the Desert View Visitors' Center and crawled on her shorts, shirt and leg for about 10 minutes as tourists took pictures, according to Kirby-Lynn Shedlowski, a spokeswoman for Grand Canyon National Park.

 

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