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Grand Canyon News Week of Feb 13th 2017

Tweet at Your Own Risk
If you deliberately tweet or post “alternative facts” about someone, they may have a strong case for libel.

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Bolingbroke man conquers Grand Canyon for late friend
Tim had no pulse and no respiration but through heroic efforts of fellow expedition members, he was revived and evacuated to a hospital in Flagstaff where he made a full recovery.

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Arizona: open roads and opportunities for African Americans
From their origins on the shores of the New World in the 15th century, the story of African Americans has been shaped by travels and struggles.

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The Five Best Arizona Hikes
If you’re ready for an outdoor adventure in the Grand Canyon state, consider one of the five below, based on recommendations from Trails.com and the Arizona Department of Transportation.

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National Parks Go Fee Free For Presidents Day
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, along with Grand Canyon and Zion National Parks will join national park sites around the country with free entry in honor of President’s Day on Monday.

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105 great things to love about Arizona
Our beautiful state celebrates its 105th birthday this year. Arizona is home to some of the most spectacular landscapes in the country — the Grand Canyon’s just the beginning.

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