Grand Canyon becomes a national monument

Grand Canyon News Week of Jan 9th 2017

Snowbowl’s New Chairlift Offering Views, Speed
The opening celebration for the Grand Canyon Express lift, Arizona’s first six-person chairlift, was held on Saturday, Dec. 10.

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This Day In History: The Grand Canyon becomes a national monument
On Wednesday the Grand Canyon celebrates 109 years as a national monument.

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In Tusayan and Grand Canyon, wages rise, not worries
The controversy surrounding Arizona’s minimum wage increase isn’t going away any time soon, with groups and individuals on both sides of the aisle predicting both a boon for the local economy and a burden on business owners.

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Grand Canyon National Park to waive entrance fee in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Jan. 16
Grand Canyon National Park will join national park sites around the country in celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with free entrance to the park.

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Retiring travel writer picks five places you must see in your lifetime
So forget the books about 1,000 places you must see before you die. You need to see only five:

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