Searchers rescue family stranded in snow near Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon News Week of Dec 19th 2016

Searchers rescue family stranded in snow near Grand Canyon
Search crews have rescued a Pennsylvania family that got stranded in the snow on a forest road in northern Arizona while trying to reach the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, which is closed for winter.

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National park photo ops: When the Grand Canyon is at its grandest
Visitors to Grand Canyon National Park crowd onto one of the many viewpoints along Mather Point while the colors of sunrise begin to paint the sky.

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Grand Canyon National Park Celebrates Centennial Success
Grand Canyon National Park celebrates the significant accomplishments of the NPS centennial celebration and looks ahead to its own park centennial in 2019.

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Santa arrives in high style
Thanks to a little bit of holiday magic, Tusayan, Arizona transformed into the happiest place on Earth. Students from Kaibab Learning Center and Grand Canyon School were treated to a special visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn Dec. 15.

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Grand Canyon Deer Farm and Petting Zoo creates holiday magic
In October, the Grand Canyon Deer Farm and Petting Zoo, outside Williams, opened its doors to several new additions — Dasher and Blitzen, two reindeer bulls. Both eight-month-olds, Dasher and Blitzen arrived at their new home ready to make new friends and see new faces. They are joining their good friends,

Source:  www.williamsnews.com
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