By Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

Grand Canyon News Week of May 1, 2017

Interior department to review 4 national monuments in Arizona
Four sites in Arizona are among 27 across the country identified for review by the Interior Department for possible changes to their protections.

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By Carmen Duarte Arizona Daily Star

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Grand Canyon National Park Starts Hauling Water to North Rim as Pipeline Repairs Continue
Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim will open as scheduled May 15 with limited visitor services despite major storm-caused breaks in the only pipeline that supplies its water.

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Tourism to Grand Canyon National Park Creates $904 Million in Economic Benefits
“Grand Canyon welcomes visitors from across the country and around the world,” said Superintendent Chris Lehnertz.

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Wilton, New Canaan Siblings Hike Grand Canyon To Help Mom
Siblings Bernadette Hess and Colin Coogan are moving mountains this week by hiking the Grand Canyon to raise funds and awareness for the Norwalk-based Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.

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Rollin’ on the River: Grand Canyon students raft the San Juan (Photo Gallery)
Although graduation is just around the corner, middle schoolers at Grand Canyon School celebrated a milestone of their own: four eye-opening days on the San Juan River.

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Brooklyn woman diagnosed with rare cancer treks Grand Canyon
A Brooklyn woman diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer will hike the Grand Canyon to raise money for cancer research.

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